MMDC A TRIBAL 501C3 ORGANIZATION
“Preserving, Protecting and Promoting the Dakota Culture for Future Generations”
* IMPORTANT NOTICE

From: Perry Altendorfer, MMDTC Historian To: All Lineal Descendants, Signers and First Original Families relating to the 1830 Prairie du Chein Treaty.  We are currently updating our files, adding articles and documentation that involves families related to this treaty. Please see attached document:

M550 Part5 Johnsons and Jones Report 1856

OUR GOAL IS TO UNITE ALL MIXED BLOOD FAMILIES.

Please contact Perry with questions or comments. altendorferperry@gmail.com

“Makato Wokiksuye” Dakota Writers: Words Woven into Oceti Sakowin a literary reading will be presented on Tuesday, December 26 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

6th Annual

Makato Wokiksuye”

Dakota Writers: Words Woven into Oceti Sakowin

a literary reading

will be presented on Tuesday, December 26

from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

at the

All Nations Church, 1515 E. 23rd St., in Minneapolis

All ages, free, potluck

featured writers, musicians, and guest speaker include:

Rosetta Peters ~ Ron Leith ~ Alexa Yankton

Tom LeBlanc ~ “Tiwakan” ~ Lisa Yankton ~ Rolette Eastman

On the 155th Anniversary of the largest mass execution in the history of the United States, the hanging of the 38 Dakota men in Mankato for their role in the U.S. Dakota War, the words of contemporary Dakota writers are woven into Oceti Sakowin. We speak our words several generations after the Dakota War and the United States government’s expulsion of Dakota from Minnesota. We speak our words, even if we are often erased, misrepresented, or forgotten in mainstream media and culture. We are here. Please join us as we reflect, remember, and share.

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