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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.