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1862 commemorative bandana
A bandana neckerchief with text reading "REMEMBER THE 38 / DECEMBER 26, 1862", circa 1997. The bandana features a four winds design encircled by 38 eagle feathers, each naming one of the thirty-eight Dakota Indians hanged at Mankato on December 26, 1862 following the 1862 U.S. - Dakota War. The bandana was designed by Clement Paul "Babe" Whipple of Omaha, Nebraska, possibly commemorating the dedication of the limestone buffalo carving at Reconciliation Park in Mankato, Minnesota.
Content Category: artifacts
21 inches length
21 inches width
Designed by: Whipple, Clement Paul
Designed in: Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, United States
Designed by: Dakota Indians
Mankato, Blue Earth County, Minnesota, United States
U.S.-Dakota War of 1862
Clothing. Unisex Clothing & Accessories
Use: Approximately 1997
|Holding Type||3D Objects|
2007.82.1 (Accession Number)