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    Siege of New Ulm, August 19, 1862.

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      "The Siege of New Ulm, Minn.", a painting by Henry August Schwabe. It depicts fighting in New Ulm on August 19, during the Dakota War of 1862.

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      Siege of New Ulm, August 19, 1862.

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