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History of the Spirit Lake massacre!

Lee, L. P.

History of the Spirit Lake massacre!

8th March, 1857 : and of Miss Abigail Gardiner"s three month"s captivity among the Indians, according to her own account

by Lee, L. P.

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Published by L.P. Lee in New Britain, Ct .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gardner-Sharp, Abbie, -- 1843-1921,
  • Indian captivities,
  • Dakota Indians -- Wars,
  • Spirit Lake Massacre, Iowa, 1857

  • Edition Notes

    Statementas given to L.P. Lee
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 14890, Nineteenth century American literature and history
    ContributionsGardner-Sharp, Abbie, 1843-1921
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination47 p.
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14968050M

    This is the story of the Spirit Lake Massacre of , written by Thomas Teakle. The massacre came as the culminating episode of incidents intimately connected with .


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This book is a reproduction of that original, which has been scanned and cleaned by state-of-the-art publishing tools for better readability and enhanced appreciation.5/5(1). This early work on American history is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition.

It contains details on the Spirit Lake Massacre where a band of Santee Sioux attacked a white settlement in Iowa. This is a fascinating work and thoroughly recommended for anyone interested in American history.

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before. SPIRIT LAKE is a novel of Iowa in the 's, culminating in the Spirit Lake Massacre ofas seen both from the viewpoint of the Dakota Nation and that of the white pioneers.

The Spirit Lake Massacre (March 8–12, ) was an attack by a band of Santee Sioux on scattered Iowa frontier settlements during a severe s: Spirit Lake Massacre, (March 8–12, ), incident in northwestern Iowa, U.S., in which a band of Sioux Indians led by Inkpaduta killed more than 30 white people.

In five cabins had been built and occupied by whites near Okoboji lakes and Spirit Lake. After a severe winter, the Sioux attacked, killed 32 men, women, and children on the spot and abducted four women, of whom two were.

During the winter ofAbbie lobbied the Iowa Legislature for money to construct a monument to the victims (about 40 people were killed) of the Spirit Lake Massacre. On Jabout 5, people attended the dedication of a foot History of the Spirit Lake massacre! book.

Before the Spirit Lake Massacre A man named Henry Lott, cited as an "unscrupulous character" by an article in in the Sibley Gazette, had an encounter with Sintominaduta, Inkpaduta's brother, and blamed the Wahpekuti tribe for burning his cabin and killing his family, although that didn't actually occur.

Settlers went to the ransacked cabin to find Lott's family safe, except for his The research put into this book is insane. A cool albeit fictional narrative of those involved in the Spirit Lake Massacre, a subject I've been fascinated by since I was a kid.

It will take awhile to warm to this book but it's worth it/5. The Spirit Lake Massacre and the Northern and Southern Border Brigades History of The Iowa National Guard 1LT Stephen N.

Kallestad, CW2 David L. Snook and LTC (Ret) Michael J. Musel. History of the Spirit Lake Massacre and Captivity of Miss Abbie Gardner: Author: Abbie Gardner-Sharp: Edition: 6: Publisher: Mrs.

Abbie Gardner-Sharp, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. This recount of the tragic event of the Spirit Lake Massacre is packed with detailed recollections.

The author did an amazing job of using a fine tooth comb explaining the events as they happened. I did have to step away from the book for a breather. It was so detailed that sometimes it was hard to deal with. That's just how well it was wrote.4/5. Excerpt from History of the Spirit Lake Massacre: And Captivity of Miss.

Abbie Gardner It was with a great degree of embarrassment that I assented to the various invitations extended to me, to place upon record the recollections of my youth, and group the incidents for a history of that tragic event, generally known as the "Spirit Lake Massacre," which so far had gone unwritten, and, no /5(16).

History of the Spirit Lake Massacre and Captivity of Miss Abbie Gardner was first published induring the last, desperate years of indigenous and federal wars.

It became a patriotic bestseller. Onto one of her paintings, Gardner added the words “READ YOUR HISTORY.” They are a command, centered; a commercial, captioned. A scarce Iowa county history, important for its quite detailed account of Indian wars along the northwestern border of Iowa in the s.

A model of local history, with much relating to the Indian tribes of the region, white pioneers, an account of the Spirit Lake Massacre, Sully's expedition against the Indians, as well as on the eventual stability and development of Dickinson County. Excerpt from History of the Spirit Lake Massacre: And Captivity of Miss.

Abbie Gardner IT was with a great degree of embarrassment that I as sented to the various invitations extended to me, to place upon record the recollections of my youth, and group the incidents for a history of that tragic event, generally known as the Spirit Lake Massacre, which so far had gone unwritten, and, no /5(14).

History Of The Spirit Lake Massacre book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Inkpadutah was never captured. Rumors reported that he was seen again, in the Spirit Lake area, that he later participated in the New Ulm, Minnesota, massacre that killed white settlers, and later inparticipated in the Battle of the Little Bighorn against Gen.

George Custer. Spirit Lake was the last white-Indian conflict in Iowa. - Buy History of the Spirit Lake Massacre: And Captivity of Miss. Abbie Gardner (Classic Reprint) book online at best prices in India on Read History of the Spirit Lake Massacre: And Captivity of Miss.

Abbie Gardner (Classic Reprint) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s:   The Paperback of the History of Spirit Lake Massacre.

by Lorenzo Porter Lee at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Book Annex Author: Lorenzo Porter Lee. Sources Abigail Gardner Sharp's own History of the Spirit Lake Massacre and the Captivity of Miss Abbie Gardner () has gone through many editions.

In the Dickinson County Historical Society and Museum published a 12th edition. The one piece of basic biographical information that is missing is Abbie's exact date of birth.

The Spirit Lake Massacre came as the culminating episode in a long series of incidents intimately connected with the settlement of northern and western Iowa. For years previous to the Indians of the Siouan tribes had obstinately resisted white settlement and had succeeded in a marked degree in retarding the : Goemaere Press.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lee, L.P. (Lorenzo Porter), History of the Spirit Lake Massacre. Fairfield, Wash.: Ye Galleon Press, History of the Spirit Lake Massacre and Captivity of Miss Abbie Gardner: the Raid of the Santee Sioux Against the Iowa Frontier Settlements, by Gardner-Sharp, Abbie and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Buy History of the Spirit Lake massacre and captivity of Miss Abbie Gardner.

by Abbie Gardner-Sharp online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $24 - $ Reprint of the ed. published by Iowa Print.

Co., Des Moines under title: History of the Spirit Lake massacre and captivity of Miss Abbie Gardner. Description: iv, pages, 7 unnumbered leaves of plates: illustrations ; 23 cm.

Series Title: Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities, v. Responsibility. Lake Mas­sacre, an uprising that threatened the entire Canadian northwest.

In later years, William Bleasdell Cameron, one of the lone white survivors of the Frog Lake Massacre wrote a book about this uprising. It was called “On The Trail Of Big Bear”. Later this book.

History of Spirit Lake Massacre. - Lorenzo Porter Lee. As indicated by the title, this event caused quite a sensation. The Gardiner family had moved from Seneca, New York, to the lovely little settlement of Spirit Lake on the Iowa frontier.

Local Indians, apparently feeling. AUTHOR'S PREFACE It is probable that no event in the history of northwestern Iowa has aroused more popular interest than that of the Spirit Lake Massacre of March, Not alone in northwestern Iowa but also in the adjacent sections of Minnesota and South Dakota is the story of its events and associated incidents well known.

The Spirit Lake. The Spirit Lake Massacre — First published in Subjects Indians of North America, Spirit Lake Massacre, Iowa,Massacre,Accessible bookWritten:   The massacre of the white settlers in the region of Lake Okoboji and Spirit Lake in by a band of Indians under the leadership of Inkpaduta has come to be known as “The Spirit Lake Massacre”, although the tragedy was for the most part enacted on the borders of Lake Okoboji.

The Spirit Lake raid and massacre was the last Indian attack to take place in Iowa. This unique Leonaur book brings together two accounts of this famous incident in the history of the settlement of the western frontiers of the United States of America.

Herb Hake and Mr Hart discuss the Spirit Lake conflict from the settler perspective. Shows some Sioux Native American artifacts and footage of. Henry Lott and the Spirit Lake Massacre. Boone County, Iowa. The Henry Lott Family From the Boone Co History Book (Paragraph spacing has been used here that is not in the original text.

I've done this for ease of reading.) Winter ofHenry Lott, had taken a residence at the mouth of the Boone River, in what is now Webster Co, and.

‘I am the author of biographies of Wandering Spirit and Fine Day and the book Defending Frog Lake: An Analysis of the Frog Lake Massacre, 2 Aprilwhich has new information that fills out the Cree side of the story’ The Crees had reason to believe they might be attacked (documented in my book).

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Rowland Gardner --Clear lake --Grindstone war --On to Okoboji --Dickinson county settlement and adjacent settlements --Inkpa-du-ta and his band --Circumstances that led to the massacre --The massacre --The massacre continued --Discovery of the massacre --Attack on Springfield --Official account of the massacre --Burial of the dead --Spirit lake.

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Long considered one of the best of the captive narratives from the 19th century, Abbie Gardner's thrilling and graphic t Brand: BIG BYTE BOOKS. Spirit Lake is but one of many names in early American frontier history. The Spirit Lake massacre — the raid along the Little Sioux River in Iowa- the somewhat abortive Relief Expedition, and other aspects of this story are rooted in fact, in contemporary records, in files of the early settlements, and so on.

To all of this MacKinlay Kantor has brought the breath of life. History of the Spirit Lake Massacre! and of Miss Abigail Gardiner's Three Months' Captivity Among the Indians. According to Her Own Account. by Lorenzo Porter Lee and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Rowland Gardner --Clear Lake --Grindstone war --On to Okoboji --Dickinson County settlement and adjacent settlements --INK-PA --DU-TA and his band --Circumstances that lead to the massacre --The massacre --Discovery of the massacre --Attack on Springfield --Official account of the massacre --Burial of the dead --Spirit Lake Expedition --Return.

Excerpt from A History of Dickinson County, Iowa: Together With an Account of the Spirit Lake Massacre, and the Indian Troubles on the Northwestern Frontier There has for some time existed a feeling that a connected account of the Indian trouble on the northwestern border of Iowa should be given to the public, or rather that what facts are preserved should be so grouped tha.