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Mending the wounds
As the site of the nation's largest mass execution, Mankato was largely avoided by Indians. But thanks to the annual powwow, the city has seen a spirit of reconciliation.
Powwow links man to past
Leonard Wabasha says annual Wacipi part of his own cultural rediscovery.
Dakota Conflict of 1862
At 10 a.m. on December 26, 1862, in Mankato, the group of 38 ascended a specially-erected timber gallows 24 feet square and 20 feet high...
Mdewakanton Association Purpose and History
The Mdewakanton Association provides an avenue for bridging the gap in Indian-White relations in the Mankato area.