3 edition of History of the Spirit Lake massacre found in the catalog.
History of the Spirit Lake massacre
|Series||The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captives ;, v. 72|
|LC Classifications||E85 .G2 vol. 72, E83.857 .G2 vol. 72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 314 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||75007097|
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. History of the Spirit Lake Massacre. Author: Gardner-Sharp, Mrs. Abbie Title: History of the Spirit Lake Massacre Publication: Des Moines: Iowa Printing Co., Description: Edition - Revised. 8vo, deep maroon cloth gilt, very good, light wear and soil to binding (some minute abrasions to covers), contents very good and clean, light tanning. Seller Rating: % positive.
The Spirit Lake Massacre — First published in Subjects Indians of North America, Spirit Lake Massacre, Iowa, , Massacre, , Accessible book. 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 - $
In , amidst rising tensions between Native Americans and new settlers, year-old Abbie Gardner’s family was killed by men of the Dakota Indian nation. This tragedy became known as the Spirit Lake Massacre. Young Abbie was taken hostage by the Dakota band and released 84 days later. Decades after the massacre, in , Abbie returned to Arnolds Park and . 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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See Article History 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.
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This is a fascinating work and thoroughly recommended for anyone interested in. IN THE SPRING OFthe renegade Wahpekute Dakota Chief Inkpaduta and his band of warriors descended on the homesteads near Spirit Lake in northwestern Iowa and committed murder and mayhem.
The causes of the massacre are still debated. 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.
On March 8,Inkpadutah and his band began attacking the scattered cabins of settlers in the vicinity of Spirit Lake and Lake Okoboji. The bloodshed also spread to the nearby town of Springfield, Minnesota. Thirty-eight settlers were slain, including James and Mary Mattock and their five children.
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 /5(16).
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.
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I was bound and determined to get thru this page fictional tome based on the real life event of the Spirit Lake Massacre (March) where 40 people were attacked and killed by the Sioux in Iowa who also took four White woman captive/5. 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. 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.
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(Lorenzo Porter), History of the Spirit Lake Massacre. Fairfield, Wash.: Ye Galleon Press. 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.
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.
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 deprived of provisions, descended upton the settlement, killing the men and children, and capturing fourteen-year-old Abigail and three other : Lorenzo Porter Lee.