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1. Arthur T. Adams at the site of the Dustin Family Massacre, Dakota War of 1862, near Howard Lake, Minnesota

2. Battle scarred house, New Ulm, Minnesota

3. Broken monument, Beaver Creek Massacre, Dakota War of 1862, Henderson, Minnesota

4. Cabin near Lake Shetek, Dakota War of 1862, Murray County, Minnesota

5. Camp Crisp, between New Ulm and Mankato, Minnesota

6. Captured by the Indians: Reminiscences of Pioneer Life in Minnesota

7. Dakota Conflict Monument at Lake Shetek, Shetek, Minnesota

8. Dakota Native Americans and Dr. Thomas Williamson near the Upper Sioux Agency, Minnesota

9. Father Francis Pierz, Missionary

10. First Episcopal Church at the Lower Sioux Agency, Morton, Minnesota

11. Governor Swift home, St. Peter, Minnesota

12. Grave of James W. Lynd, Redwood Agency, Morton, Minnesota

13. Graves of the deceased from Battle of Acton, Dakota War of 1862, Ness Cemetery, near Litchfield, Minnesota

14. Group of refugees led by Stephen R. Riggs, Dakota War of 1862, Minnesota

15. Horse bones found at the Battle of Birch Coulee, Morton, Minnesota

16. Letter from Bradley Wheelock to his brother describing the 1862 Dakota Uprising, New Ulm, Minnesota

17. Letter from Lieutenant Thomas van Etten describing the Battle of Birch Coulee

18. Letter from Lieutenant Thomas van Etten, Quartermaster at Fort Ridgely, February 11, 1863

19. Martha Dieter's "A Pioneer Mother," Olmsted County, Minnesota

20. Monument at the site of Fort Ridgely, near Fairfax, Minnesota

21. Monument of Birch Coulee Battle, Morton, Minnesota

22. Monument to Camp Release, Dakota War of 1862, Minnesota

23. Mrs. A. T. Adams viewing the Acton Monument, Dakota War of 1862, Meeker County, Minnesota

24. Mrs. Lucy Hebbard, survivor of the Dakota War of 1862, Minnesota

25. Path leading to a potato hole, site of Yellow Medicine Agency, Minnesota