Monthly Archives: February 2013

Can I Really Tell the Stories of Dakota Women?

As a non-Dakota researcher, historian and author, I am very aware of the challenges I face when I attempt to share the personal stories, family histories and photographs of the Dakota women who were such an important part of the … Continue reading

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Tatidutawin – A True Dakota Soul Sister – Part I

The women I’ve talked about so far in Dakota Soul Sisters were white women who came to the Dakota mission, starting in 1835. I’ve offered their stories chronologically in terms of when they arrived in Minnesota. It was always my … Continue reading

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