to preserve the rich history of the Dakota and their relationship with early Minnesota settlers and Christian missionaries, and to explore contrasting cultural and religious viewpoints.
Corrine Monjeau Marz presents a look at the Minnesota Territory the last day before the U.S. Dakota War, Lincoln and the executions, and Flandreau’s Census and Annuity Accounting.Sponsored by Pond Dakota Heritage Society.
Brian Greene, an amateur historian and fifth-generation Dakota from the Spirit Lake Reservation in North Dakota, will speak about the life of Inkpaduta, son of Chief Black Eagle.Sponsored by Pond Dakota Heritage Society.
See VideoView the award-winning video, “The Pond House,” which traces the history of the house through its builder and his great-grandson, and focuses on their important relationship with the Dakota people.
Produced by filmmaker Barbara Britain.