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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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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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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
Red Bird, Chief
Gagnier, Registe -1827
Lipcap, Solomon
Wekau,
Whistler, Major
McKenny, Col. Thomas
Barbour, James 1775-1842
Kahler, Frank
Scanlan, Dr. J. P.
Cherrier, Mrs. Mary Gagnier
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Collection:Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection
Location:Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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