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Different books the Mendota people are mentioned in

We all should be proud of who we are. I know I’m proud of my Dakota blood. Our ancestors were very powerful                  people. I know that’s were I get my passion, strength and determination.

Enjoy reading some of these books if you have time.

  1. Different books the Mendota people are mentioned in: Mendota Dakota Stories of Land and Leadership by Michael Klein 2021. From Whole logs to no log by Edward J Lettermann Jan 1, 1969. Mary and I, Forty Years with the Sioux by Stephen Riggs Dec 20, 2019. Listen by Ellie King Around 1999?? Find this book. The Compassionate Rebel, by Burt Berlowe, Rebecca Janke Feb 1, 2002. Our Way or The Highway Inside The Minnehaha Free State (Ecology)) by Mary Losure  2002. Old Betsey The Life and Times of a Famous Dakota Woman and Her Family by Mark Diedrich May 1, 1995. Where the Water Gathers and the Rivers Meet by Paul C. Durand Jun 1, 1994. They chose Minnesota: A Survey of the State’s Ethnic Group by Michael Albert, Hyman Berman Jan 1, xx. Spirit Car Journey to a Dakota Past by Diane Wilson Aug 1, 2009. Dakota Soul Sisters by Lois Glewwe’s. The presentation will feature the stories of several woman, white and Dakota Jan 1, 2099.The Flandrau Papers: Treasure Trove for Mixed Blood Dakota Indian Genealogy by Minnesota Historical Society (Author), Charles E. Flandrau (Editor) Alan R.   Woolworth (Editor) June 1, 1997. Mni Sota Makoce The Land of the Dakota by Gwen Westerman, Bruce White Sep 1, 2012.
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