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Captured Sioux Indians in fenced enclosure on Minnesota River below Fort Snelling.

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Titles Captured Sioux Indians in fenced enclosure on Minnesota River below Fort Snelling. (Supplied Title)
Quantity 1 photoprint
Format Content Category: photographs
Format: photoprint
Colorization: black and white
Emulsion: gelatin silver
Physical Support: glass
Measurements 8 x 10 inches
Creation Photographer: Upton, Benjamin Franklin
Subjects Indians. Dakota. Santee. Warfare. U.S.-Dakota War of 1862.
Dates Creation: (November 13)
Content: 1862 - 1863
Notes Published by Edward A. Bromley
MNHS has both the original positive lantern slide 9105 B and two copies of an original print E91.4S p53 original.

Holding Type Photographs
Identifiers E91.4S p53 Original (Locator Number)
9105 B (Negative Number)

User Comments

  • Patrick D. Hazard on October 14, 2011 11:07:16 AM
    Heh, FDR didn't invent the first concentration camp! 1862 did.
  • Patrick D. Hazard on October 14, 2011 11:07:47 AM
    Heh, FDR didn't invent the first concentration camp! 1862 did.

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