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A memorial erected near the Wood Lake Battlefield is located where Col. Henry Sibley camped, actually near the shores of a Lone Tree Lake, drained now for agricultural purposes. Anne and Allard Stevens of Hanley Falls were among those visiting the site as part of a symposium marking the 144th anniversary of the battle in this undated photo.

A journey of understanding: Sesquicentennial tour of U.S - Dakota Conflict of 1862

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MORTON, Minn. -- There is heightened interest as Minnesota marks the 150th anniversary of the U.S. - Dakota Conflict of 1862.

Hundreds of monuments and markers are scattered throughout southwestern Minnesota and the Minnesota River Valley to remember the tragic conflict.

There are also historical sites that can help us understand why it happened, and how it still shapes our lives today.

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