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Fate of Dakota after War of 1862 researched

January 25, 2013

NEW ULM — A Martin Luther College Professor Emeritus and author discussed the forced relocation of the Dakota and other tribes after the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 and compared how the U.....

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svensota

Jan-26-13 10:56 PM

Try, Ph.D.

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ulmerite

Jan-26-13 2:56 PM

Oteron, You mean Ph.d, don't you?

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mnsotn

Jan-26-13 9:01 AM

Why don't you lead a forum then, if all it takes is looking ignorant and quite stupid?

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oteron

Jan-26-13 12:18 AM

A doctorate does not make this man an expert, nor provide him with common sense. He is quite off the mark, and as a Phd. comes off ignorant and quite stupid.

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EaglesFan

Jan-25-13 2:13 PM

I love it when people that can't figure out the difference between "there" and "their" or where to place apostrophes call a professor with a doctorate a "dope."

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oteron

Jan-25-13 12:45 PM

Also, that militia group by mankato sat on the edges of the "winnebago" (hochunk) reservation south of mankato. They shot and killed natives who left the boundaries of their reservation.

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thatguy

Jan-25-13 11:07 AM

His research is very good then. The Canadian government is in process of take there land for oil sands and fracking. This guys a dope!

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oteron

Jan-25-13 9:30 AM

A bit of research on the current "idle no more" would change this speakers discussion on canada's treatment of Natives, both past and present. Just seach for "idle no more", which has expanded world wide within the past month. It's also offensive to say some of the boarding schools were "not that bad." Quite similar to saying, it wasn't a bad rape.

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