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Historic site of the Black Hawk battlefield at Wisconsin Heights, and pretty is the dale to which the Indians fled

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Historic site of the Black Hawk battlefield at Wisconsin Heights, and pretty is the dale to which the Indians fled | Newspaper Article/Clipping | Wisconsin Historical Society
ARTICLE DETAILS
Headline:Historic site of the Black Hawk battlefield at Wisconsin Heights, and pretty is the dale to which the Indians fled>
Main Heading:Wars
Sub Heading:Indian Wars
Article Date:1920-9-26
Newspaper:Madison Democrat
City:Wisconsin Heights
County:Sauk
State:WI
NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ARTICLE
Brandenburg, O D
Hawk, Chief Black Sparrow 1767-1838
Taylor, Alfred 1847-
Richards , George
Taylor, Richard
Hornung, Casper
Hornung, Martin
Hornung, George
Warren, T. M.
Hiney, Frank
Ballweg, Frank
RECORD LOCATION
Collection:Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection
Location:Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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