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MN Hist. Ch. 7 & 8
Chapter 7 & 8
|Ojibway woman that married John Sayer
|This man was a partner in the Northwest trading company.
|boss - What Sayer was
|workers - what Sayers men were.
|sticky sap for waterproofing patches for canoes
|daughter of Ojibway White Fischer, married John Johnston
|red river carts
|made entirely of wood and pulled by ox or pony
|A me'tis family with a difference, they were black slaves
|marriage between traders and Indians
|bark wigwams built near maple groves
|a young army officer sent by the US to find a good place to build a fort
|first Indian agent at Fort Snelling
|first Dakota to try farming
|The chief of the Dakota community of Kasopia.
|Colonel Josiah Snelling
|first commander of Fort Snelling
|Abigail Hunt Snelling
|the daughter,sister, wife and mother to army officers
|An officer with great interest in Indian ways , he was an artist
|Her mother was Dakota, and her father was the artist Seth Eastman
|Seth's wife, a warmhearted person
|Sayer was afraid of these people because he traded with their enemies.