First edition. Limited to 100 copies. Stiff pictorial wrappers, 66pp. Illustrations, facsimiles. 3 maps, Index. An excellent, well-researched account of the betrayal and brutal massacre of numerous members of the Paul Kietzmann party as they tried to flee the uprising of the Sioux Indians in Renville County, Minnesota in August, 1862. As new. Signed by the author. thoroughly researched account of what happened to the settlers in the remote Lake Shetek area during the Sioux Uprising in Minnesota in 1862. The killing of many, the escape of a few, and the captivity of numerous women and children is recorded here. Also included is the story of the rescue of the captives several months later in South Dakota by friendly Indians. An interesting and rather obscure account. As new. Signed by the author.
Inventory Number: 41351