Tags » Dakota

Dakota du Sud: la vidéo finale / South Dakota: a video, eventually!

Près d’un an après avoir été en visite au Dakota du Sud aux Etats-Unis, je vous mets enfin un petite vidéo qui résume, en quelques minutes, le voyage. 49 more words


Clarification from Sarah's Niece Regarding "Playing Ball" with Dakota Meyer

The same reader who provided the previous information, has sent this clarification by Sarah’s Niece:

“MyAuntLivesOnEnsure5:43 PM

I think maybe I wasn’t exactly clear what “playing ball” meant. 236 more words

Hey Bristol! Tomorrow is Throwback Thursday!

Hey, it’s Wed. That means tomorrow is throw-back Thursday.  Ask yourself, what picture will Bristol post?  If she wants a lot of hits she’ll post a picture of herself with one of the men from her past, since the question of the day is who’s Sailor’s daddy? 298 more words

On the Sioux Trail: Mankato & Little Crow

U.S. – Dakota War of 1862, Part X

In December of 1862, 303 Dakota prisoners were convicted by military tribunal of murder and rape. More than 600 white people had been killed during the war, of which 70 were soldiers and 50 armed civilians. 567 more words


Sarah's Niece Reports DNA Results Confirm Dakota Is NOT the Father!

One of our readers has sent me this report from Sarah’s Niece:

“MyAuntLivesOnEnsure11:44 AM

DNA is back, 100%. Supposedly both lawyers have been sent copies of the results. 383 more words

On the Sioux Trail: Joseph R. Brown

U.S. – Dakota War of 1862, Part IX

Joseph R. Brown circa 1853

Joseph Renshaw Brown was a politician, trader, businessman and Indian Agent. Born in Pennsylvania in 1805, Brown would marry Susan Freniere, a member of the Sisseton tribe of the Dakota. 168 more words