Indian law of life for a life inspired Gagnier massacre 102 years ago at Prairie du Chien | Newspaper Article/Clipping | Wisconsin Historical Society

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Indian law of life for a life inspired Gagnier massacre 102 years ago at Prairie du Chien

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Headline: Indian law of life for a life inspired Gagnier massacre 102 years ago at Prairie du Chien

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Article Date: 1930-6-29

Newspaper: La Crosse Tribune

City: Prairie du Chien

County: Crawford

State: WI

NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ARTICLE

Barbour, James 1775-1842

Cherrier, Mrs. Mary Gagnier

Gagnier, Registe -1827

Kahler, Frank

Lipcap, Solomon

McKenny, Col. Thomas

Red Bird, Chief

Scanlan, Dr. J. P.

Wekau,

Whistler, Major

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