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The Assassination of Hole in the Day

Free Download The Assassination of Hole in the Day - by Anton Treuer - The Assassination of Hole in the Day, The Assassination of Hole in the Day On June Hole in the Day Bagonegiizhig the Younger left Crow Wing Minnesota for Washington DC to fight the planned removal of the Mississippi Ojibwe to a reservation at White Earth Severa

  • Title: The Assassination of Hole in the Day
  • Author: Anton Treuer
  • ISBN: 9780873517799
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Hardcover

Free Download The Assassination of Hole in the Day - by Anton Treuer, The Assassination of Hole in the Day, Anton Treuer, The Assassination of Hole in the Day On June Hole in the Day Bagonegiizhig the Younger left Crow Wing Minnesota for Washington DC to fight the planned removal of the Mississippi Ojibwe to a reservation at White Earth Several miles from his home the self styled leader of all the Ojibwe was stopped by at least twelve Ojibwe men and fatally shot Hole in the Day s death was national new Free Download The Assassination of Hole in the Day - by Anton Treuer - The Assassination of Hole in the Day, The Assassination of Hole in the Day On June Hole in the Day Bagonegiizhig the Younger left Crow Wing Minnesota for Washington DC to fight the planned removal of the Mississippi Ojibwe to a reservation at White Earth Severa

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About "Anton Treuer"

  1. Anton Treuer

    Dr Anton Treuer pronounced troy er is Executive Director of the American Indian Resource Center at Bemidji State University He has a B.A from Princeton University, M.A and Ph.D from the University of Minnesota He is Editor of the Oshkaabewis pronounced o shkaah bay wis Native Journal, the only academic journal of the Ojibwe language and author of 9 books Dr Treuer has sat on many organizational boards, including the White Earth Land Recovery Project, Sanford MeritCare Health System, and the Minnesota State Arts Board Dr Treuer has received than 40 prestigious awards and fellowships from many organizations, including the American Philosophical Society, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Science Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the Bush Foundation, and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation.

887 Comments

  1. Great scholarship Very important book on Ojibwe history in Minnesota detailing 19th century relations with the government, settlers and conflicts with the Dakota Sioux You know it is a tragedy from the title but the search for truth is rewarding Never dull Second half of the book and the long epilogue are the most interesting portions I picked up this book when visiting Fort Snelling this past summer This might be a five star book if you are deeply interested in Ojibwe history or even broadly i [...]


  2. This book adds a critical perspective on events relating to the formation and early settlement of Minnesota that of the Ojibwe It has been missing from the historic record until now Treuer includes extensive citations and a Bibliography first sections I turned to The Chiefs Hole in the Day were incredibly influential during their reign, but they have not received as much scholarly study as other American Indian chiefs.I found the book an easy read, although a little repetitive This isn t a bad t [...]



  3. This is far than just a biography Not only is it a detailed depiction of Bagone giizhig s life and assassination, but also an elaborate painting of the culture he rose out of and the culture he changed It s about the history of Minnesota important history that we were never taught in school but should have been It s also a political piece of the rise and fall of both a powerful man and a nation It makes no concessions for the US s part in the near assassination of the Ojibwe people, of the corr [...]


  4. Having never learned any historical facts about the Ojibwe and or Dakota in Minnesota, this book is chock full of fascinating stories 15 years of research by author Anton Treuer shines through on every page Extremely well written A true page turner Minnesotans may want to rethink their admiration for Alexander Ramsey.


  5. Impressive amount of research and facts about Minnesota and the Ojibwe as well as the Dakota, US relations and However, even though a historian I found it at times confusing and difficult to keep everything straight, but then that is the way of history



  6. Fascinating story of the Ojibwe and one of their courageous leaders in the early days of Minnesota Extremely informational bibliography.


  7. Very thoroughly researched and well done book, on Ojibwe people of Minnesota and a biography on the Chief Hole in the Day Father Son The idea of agency, colonization, individualism, collectivism and the idea of great leaders fascinates me This individual did much for his people, but also considered himself and his family He politically knew when to push and pull away in treaty negotiations He knew how to communicate with his people, the USA government, settlers, and other native nations, such as [...]


  8. This book brought to life landmarks and historical names in ways I had not imagined before I enjoy history and thought I had a handle on my native state s history But, I certainly didn t know it from the angle Treuer could relate through the investigation of murder of Hole in the Day It was a fascinating, hard read that, at times, seemed to meander back and forth through historical facts Nonetheless, the history was too revealing to put down I cannot look at my state s history the same way, thro [...]


  9. Interesting history of 1800 s Ojibwa and Lakota, and the interaction with the white settlers moving here, Minnesota The history is academically researched and also based on a combination of oral Ojibwa history, and writings by the early white government and religious officials Therefor it s a little hard to read leisurely, and sometimes repeats itself It takes a lot of reading to get to the title of the book Maybe a better book for a study group or book club The author is Ojibwa, a college profe [...]


  10. What Anton Truer does in the the story of the Assassination of Hole in the Day is to carefully weave in a magical story of a bigger than life Ojibwe Leader based on real solid History Above all this is a History book, but it reads as smoothly as any novel The prose flows into story after story and brings life to a man now dead over a century This is time well spent.



  11. It started out ok but then got too involved to keep people straight I am sure my friends in Red Lake would like and understand it.



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