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File:Dakota War of 1862-stereo-right.jpg

Title: "People escaping from the Indian massacre of 1862 in Minnesota, at dinner on a prairie"

Right half of stereograph published by Whitney's Gallery, St. Paul, Minn.

Photographer thought to be Adrian J. Ebell per copy at Denver Public Library

Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

Digital ID: cph 3a13425

JPEG from TIFF image URL:

Card #: 2003688966

Call #: LOT 7138 [item] [P&P]

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This photo is actually Mixed Bloods who were rescued by non hostile Indians. The girl in the foreground wrapped in the striped blanket is Elise Robertson, the sister of Thomas Robertson a mixed blood who acted as a intermediary between the hostile and non hostile Indians and the whites.

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