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    38 Nooses: Lincoln, Little Crow and the Beginning of the Frontier's End Summary: Placing this seminal moment in our history in the larger context of the Civil War, this gripping true account revisits the little-known Dakota War of 1882 during which 38 Dakota warriors where hanged the morning after Christmas for defending their lands from white soldiers and settlers on the Minnesota frontier.

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    "38 Nooses" details the events surrounding the 1862 uprising of the Dakota Indians led by Little Crow within the larger context of the Civil War, the history of the Dakota people, and the subsequent United States-Indian wars. Check out "38 Nooses: Lincoln, Little Crow, and the Beginning of the Frontier's End" by Scott W. Berg today!

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