HANES Y CYMRY YM MINNESOTA
HISTORY OF THE WELSH IN MINNESOTA

0894e Gwefan Cymru-Catalonia / Wales-Catalonia Website. The Welsh Settlement in Minnesota - latest additions to the online edition of the 1895 "History of the Welsh in Minnesota, Foreston and Lime Springs, Ia. Gathered by the Old Settlers. Edited by Revs. Thos. E. Hughes and David Edwards, and Messrs. Hugh G. Roberts and Thomas Hughes"

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0001 Y Tudalen Blaen / Home Page kimkat0001

....................2659e Y Porth Saesneg / English Gateway kimkat2659e

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............................................................1804e Y Cymry Alltud / The Welsh in exile kimkat1804e

..........................................................................................1927e Cyfeirddalen i Adran Gwladfar Glasbridd / Orientation page for the Welsh Blue Earth Settlement, Minnesota

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Gwefan Cymru-Catalonia
La Web de Galles i Catalunya
The Wales-Catalonia Website



INDEX (PROVISIONAL)

History of the Welsh in Minnesota,
Foreston and Lime Springs, Iowa,
gathered by the Old Settlers
Edited by the Reverends Thomas E. Hughes
and David Edwards, and Messrs. Hugh G. Roberts
and Thomas Hughes.
1895

 



 

(So far we have indexed pages 1-31, out of a total of 307)

This page has
(1) an Alphabetical index; following this is

(2) a Chronological Index e.g.

1829 - founding of Traverse de Sioux;
1852 - John C. Evans makes a claim in 1852 in New Canada township;
1853 - first log cabin built in South Bend; etc

The photos are not yet included on these web pages but soon, we hope

Alternatively, information in the book may be sought via Google, adding minnesota, kimkat to the item being searched for.

For example,
Sin Dafydd, minnesota, kimkat;
barley, minnesota, kimkat
Babcock's Landing, minnesota, kimkat


Adams, Rev. M. N. (1) - missionary at Traverse de Sioux Page 14 8002e

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Adams, Rev. M. N. (2) (Traverse de Sioux) - funeral of John Roberts, 1854 (Big Woods) Page 17 8002e

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American settlers, Judson Page 31 8002e

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Babcock's Landing - place on the Minnesota river Page 14 8002e

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Babcock's Landing (a little above the present city of St. Peter, on the Minnesota river) - water too low to sail upriver, 1853 Page 19 8002e

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Bangs, N. G. - election judge of Blue Earth precinct (1854) Page 22 8002e

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barley Page 6 8002e

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Barnard, Joshua Page 26 8002e

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basswood Page 6 8002e

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batch it together Page 31 8002e

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beaver skins Page 11 8002e

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bench Page 2 8002e

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Big Cottonwood (1) - river name Page 3 8002e

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Big Cottonwood (2) - mouth of the Big Cottonwood river Page 12 8002e

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Big Rock, Illinois - see William C. Williams, Edward Pierce Page 24 8002e

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Big Sioux river - military road - from Mendota to Big Sioux river (1854) Page 23 8002e

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Big Woods - (1) Page 3 8002e

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Big Woods - (2) Todd road in Big Woods cut by Captain Todd Page 15 8002e

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Big Woods - (3) 1854 - arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evans, parents of John C., Edward S., and Elizabeth Evans, arrived with their other two daughters, Maria and Liza. Page 17 8002e

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black walnut Page 6 8002e

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Blossburg Page 26 8002e

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Blue Earth (1) organized as a county - 6 August 1853 Page 19 8002e

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Blue Earth (2) - extent of the Welsh settlement in Blue Earth County Page 3 8002e

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Blue Earth river - German boatman Page 34 8002e

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Blue Earth river Page 2 8002e

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Board of County Commissioners Page 19 8002e

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Bowen, Evan - newly arrives from Pennsylvanis 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Bradford, Pa. - David Williams (Banker), arrives at South Bend, June 1855 Page 32 8002e

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bread - buying corn bread from a Winnebago Indian woman 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Bristol Grove - Welsh settlement Page 3 8002e

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brogue - Welsh brogue Page 36 8002e

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Bryant, Alden - allotted a one eighth share in South Bend plat (1854) Page 23 8002e

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Bryant, Alden - clerk to Captain Samuel Humbertson Page 19 8002e

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Bryn Llys - epithet of Thomas J. Jones (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Buck and Berry - an ox-team 1855 Page 36 8002e

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buffalo Page 10 8002e

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Business Men, Lake Crystal - photo Page 2b

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butternut Page 6 8002e

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Butternut Valley Page 3 8002e

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cabin of John A. Jones by Blue Earth river Page 34 8002e

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Cambria - bottom land known as the "Little Prairie" (Preri Bach) on the western edge of the present town of Cambria Page 31 8002e

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Cambria (Welsh village) Page 3 8002e

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Cambria creek (emptying into the Minnesota) Page 5 8002e

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Cannon river Page 3 8002e

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Canoe river Page 16 8002e

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Captain - see military titles Page 18 8002e

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Captain Todd Page 15 8002e

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Carver - rapids Page 23 8002e

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cave at South Bend, reputed to be full of valuables Page 11 8002e

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Caywood, H - owner of Eureka site 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Caywood's House, Eureka, 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Chief Friend's Village (photo) Page 32 8002e

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Chippewas Page 8 8002e

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claims - drawing lots Page 25 8002e

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claims - land occupied before surveyed by the government (1853) Page 17 8002e

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Clarion, a small boat plying on the Minnesota river (1853) Page 19 8002e

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clay (building clay) Page 2 8002e

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clay (used by Sioux as a pigment for decorating body) Page 2 8002e

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Cleveland Page 15 8002e

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climate Page 6 8002e

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Colonel - see military titles Page 18 8002e

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Congregational Church, South Bend. Photo Page 21 XXXX

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Shakopee - hostelry of 'Uncle Joe', Joseph Reynolds Page 22 8002e

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Corinthians 2, 5.1 Page 23 8002e

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Corn Page 6 8002e

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corn bread 1855 Page 36 8002e

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cottonwood -- Dakota word = waraju Page 5 8002e

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cottonwood Page 6 8002e

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cow - first cow west of the Blue Earth Page 19 8002e

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Creek - epithet of David Evans (1855) Page 27 8002e

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currants Page 6 8002e

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Custer (formerly Saratoga) Page 3 8002e

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Cyfaill (Welsh-language magazine) 1854 - Y Cyfaill = the friend Page 23 8002e

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D. C. Evans - house used for prayer meetings and Sunday school (1855) Page 26 8002e

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Dafydd - Sin Dafydd (English name: John E. Davies) Page Biographies 8002e

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dairying Page 6 8002e

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Dakota - clothes Page 7 8002e

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Dakota cemetery (destroyed by the early Welsh settlers) Page 10 8002e

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Dakota people - absent from the area since early 1860's Page 8 8002e

http://www.lakotaoyate.com/welcome.html

Lakota Oyate "To defend and preserve Lakota culture from exploitation."

The living conditions of the Lakota-Dakota-Nakota people at the present day

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Dakota tribes - food eaten Page 8 8002e

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Dakota tribes - hospitality Page 8 8002e

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Dakota tribes - moving camp Page 8 8002e

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Dakota tribes - starvation Page 8 8002e

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Dakota tribes - work done by women Page 8 8002e

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Dakota words - Merrah Tauka = Swan Lake Page 7 8002e

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Dakota words - minne = water Page 1 8002e

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Dakota words - minne = water, inneopa = two falls Page 5 8002e

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Dakota words - sotah = bleared / muddy / cloudy / sky-coloured Page 1 8002e

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Dakota words - waraju = cottonwood Page 5 8002e

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dance : scalp dance Page 8 8002e

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Davies, John E. - cabin in Cambria (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Davies, Rev. Richard - comes to South Bend from La Crosse (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Davies, Rev. Richard (La Crosse) - promotes the new settlement of South Bend in the press Page 22 8002e

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Davies, Richard (born 1820, Meifod, Sir Drefaldwyn) - La Crosse, Wisconsin (moved here in 1850) Page 17 8002e

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Davies, Richard (Rev). - pastor of the Union church, South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Davies, Thomas Y. - Humphrey Jones give lodging to Owen Roberts, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Davis, Daniel P. - buys claim on the upland prairie between the Cottonwood and Cambria creek Page 34 8002e

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Davis, David A. - builds second house in Cambria with Lewis Morris, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Davis, David A., locates a claim in Cambria, June 6 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Davis, David J. (Palmyra, Ohio) - locates a claim at the mouth of the Little Cottonwood, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Davis, David P. - buys claim on the upland prairie between the Cottonwood and Cambria creek Page 34 8002e

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Davis, David T. - deacon of Salem 1855 Page 35 8002e

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Davis, David T. arrives in Sept. 1855 from Big Rock, Ill., settles in Judson. Page 33 8002e

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Davis, David Y. - arrives in Judson from Pomeroy, Ohio - July 1855. Takes a claim between Cambria creek and the Cottonwood Page 33 8002e

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Davis, E. J. Page 36 8002e

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Davis, Evan J - arrives from Pomeroy, O, with family - October 1855 Page 35 8002e

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Davis, John E - Sunday school superintendent, Judson, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Davis, John E. - (Cottonwood settlement) visited by Rev. Jenkin Jenkins, October 1855 Page 34 8002e

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Davis, John E. - deacon of Salem 1855 Page 35 8002e

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Davis, John E. - first resident of Cambria, June, 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Davis, John E - wife of; Mankato, Minn. First white woman in town of Cambria, Minn (PHOTO) Page 32a 8002eXXXX

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Davis, John E. arrives in Judson, from Big Rock, Ill., 12 June 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Davis, Rev. Richard Page 34b 8002e

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Davis, Thomas - settles in Big Woods (1855) after coming from Pomeroy, Ohio Page 17 8002e

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Davis, Thomas Y. - brother of E.J. Davis Page 36 8002e

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Davis, Thomas Y. - looks after Judson in 1855 along with Humphrey Jones while other settlers collect families and goods Page 25 8002e

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Davis, Thomas Y. - love of reminiscing about the pioneer days Page 31 8002e

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Davis, Thomas Y; Pomeroy, O. - 1855 comes to Judson Page 24 8002e

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Davis, William. E - Sunday school secretary, Judson, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Dayton's Bluff - burial place of Enoch Mason (1852) Page 13 8002e

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deaons - Union church, South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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decapitated heads of Dakota's enemies Page 8 8002e

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Democrats - Mankato. Election. 11 October 1853 Page 20 8002e

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D'Eraque - guards Le Huillier fort 1700 Page 11 8002e

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Disgedydd (Welsh-language magazine) 1854 Y Dysgedydd = the teacher, the instructor Page 23 8002e

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Dodgeville (Wisconsin) - D.C. Evans moved here in 1843 Page 17 8002e

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Dodgeville, Wisconsin - Phillips, Thomas; Pugh, Thomas M. (1855) Page 26 8002e

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dogs - eaten by Dakotas Page 8 8002e

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dogs - watch dogs against Indians Page 29 8002e

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Drych (Welsh-language magazine) 1854 Y Drych = the mirro Page 23 8002e

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Edward S. Evans - journey with four others in 1853 from St. Paul to Kasota Page 16 8002e

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Edwards, Hugh - one of the settlers from Emmet, Wis. (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Elizabeth Evans (sister of John C. Evans and Edward S. Evans) journey with these and two others in 1853 from St. Paul to Kasota Page 16 8002e

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elm Page 6 8002e

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Emmet - colony arrives in South Bend from Emmet, Wis. (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Emmet Welshmen build three log cabins at South Bend, February 1855 Page 23 8002e

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Emmet, a Welsh settlement near Waukesha, Wis., (1855) Page 23 8002e

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English - broken English spoken by an Indian boy, 1855 Page 30 8002e

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Eureak, 1855 - Sioux camp a quarter of a mile distant Page 29 8002e

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Eureka - old name of Judson Page 28 8002e

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Eureka - Swedish blacksmith's hut, October 1855 Page 35 8002e

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Eureka - Thos. D. Williams, Griffith Williams, John Williams and Hannah Williams, the grown up children of D. J. Williams, together with Morris Lewis and David Evans, arrive June 1, 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Eureka townsite (abandoned) Page 2 8002e

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Evans (first name not stated) - settler of Welsh origin in St. Paul, 1851; drugstore owner Page 13 8002e

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Evans D.C. returns from Ohio. (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Evans, D. C. (1) - La Crosse, Wisconsin Page 17 8002e

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Evans, D. C. (2) - one of the six members of the South Bend townsite company Page 19 8002e

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Evans, D.C. - election judge of Blue Earth precinct (1854) Page 22 8002e

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Evans, David - 1855 - from Pennsylvania, at St. Paul en route for Eureka Page 31 8002e

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Evans, David - 1855 - pulls out of the expedition to South Bend, later returns Page 28 8002e

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Evans, David (Creek) - one of the settlers from Emmet, Wis. (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Evans, David locates a claim in Cambria, June 6 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Evans, David reaches Eureka, June 1 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Evans, David, sells claim at Cambria to William R. Lewis and moves away 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Evans, Edward - father of John C. Evans Page 14 8002e

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Evans, Edward S. - brother of John C. Evans Page 14 8002e

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Evans, Elizabeth - sister of John C. Evans Page 14 8002e

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Evans, Evans (Pant) Page 26 8002e

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Evans, Evan (Pant) - one of five deacons of the Union church, South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Evans, Evan (Pant) comes to South Bend from Waukesha, Wis. (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Evans, Evan D. - arrives from Blossburg, April 1855 Page 26 8002e

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Evans, Evan H - 1855 - pulls out of the expedition to South Bend, later returns Page 28 8002e

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Evans, Evan H - one of five deacons of the Union church, South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Evans, Evan H. - one of the settlers from Emmet, Wis. (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Evans, John C. - sails for Blue Earth (1853) Page 14 8002e

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Evans, John C. (makes claim in 1852 in New Canada township) Page 14 8002e

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Evans, John H. - nephew is Enoch Masoon Page 13 8002e

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Evans, Liza - sister of John C. Evans Page 14 8002e

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Evans, Margaret - sister of John C. Evans Page 14 8002e

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Evans, Maria - sister of John C. Evans Page 14 8002e

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Evans, Mary - sister of John C. Evans Page 14 8002e

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Evans, Rose - sister of John C. Evans Page 14 8002e

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Evans, Thomas - first baptism, South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Fachgen, yr wyt ti ynddi pan yn y ty yma (Boy, you are in it when in this house) 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Faribault - Cannon river Page 16 8002e

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Faribault - Evan H. Evans and David Evans decide to rejoin the expedition to South Bend Page 28 8002e

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Faribault - trail from here leading to St. Paul Page 16 8002e

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Faribault (1855) reconnoiter - party of Emmet colony inspects the country in Blue Earth Page 27 8002e

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farming - using only an ax and a grub-hoe Page 31 8002e

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farming Page 6 8002e

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Father of Waters. Page 27 8002e

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first church in South Bend (1855) (organized by Rev. Richard Davies) Page 28 8002e

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first death at South Bend settlement (1854) Page 23 8002e

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first prayer meeting west of Blue Earth - April 1855 Page 26 8002e

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first sermon west of the Blue Earth river (1854) Page 23 8002e

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First Welsh sermon in Blue Earth County - June 24, 1855 Page 28 8002e

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first Welsh sermon in Minnesota (May 27, 1855) Page 27 8002e

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Foreston - Welsh settlement Page 3 8002e

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Fort Snelling (1820) Page 8 8002e

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Fort Snelling Page 14 8002e

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Fox Indians Page 11 8002e

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Francis, John - one of a group from Ixonia, Wis. who move to South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Frazer claim 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Frenchman - house of a Frenchman seven miles from St. Paul Page 16 8002e

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freshets Page 2 8002e

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Friend - name of a Dakota chief Page 7 8002e

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Friend's Village (Dakota settlement at Judson) Page 9 8002e

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Ft. Snelling = Fort Snelling

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Galena, Illinois Page 24 8002e

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Gehenna Page 8 8002e

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General - see military titles Page 18 8002e

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German boatman on the Blue Earth river Page 34 8002e

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gooseberries Page 6 8002e

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grapes Page 6 8002e

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Griffith Jones - journey with four others in 1853 from St. Paul to Kasota. Page 16 8002e

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Harris, William, late of Cambria, Minn (PHOTO) Page 32a XXXX 8002e

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Herbert, Owen - Welshman who looks after D.C. Evans' interests at South Bend, 1853 Page 20 8002e

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Mankato. Election. 11 October 1853 Page 20 8002e

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Herbert, Owen (employee of Mr. D. C. Evans) Page 22 8002e

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Herbert, Owen (Prayer meeting) (1855) Page 26 8002e

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hickory Page 6 8002e

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Hill - an American from Judson hired with his ox-team Page 31 8002e

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hole in the hillside as a house - Cambria, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Home Landing (later Shakopee) Page 14 8002e

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Horeb - location Page 31 8002e

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Horeb Neighborhood, Cambria, Minn. PHOTO. View looking East from D.P. Davis' Hill} Page 34 XXXX 8002e

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Howells, Anthony; Palmyra, O. - 1855 comes to Judson Page 24 8002e

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Humbertson, Samuel - allotted a quarter share in South Bend plat (1854) Page 23 8002e

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Humbertson, Samuel (Captain) Page 19, 20 8002e

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Humphreys, William - settles in Big Woods (1855) Page 17 8002e

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illegal occupation of Dakota people's lands (1853) Page 18 8002e

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Indian Cemetery, Eureka (cited as a reference point in a panoramic photo of Eureka) Page 32 XXXX 8002e

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Indian stone pipes Page 29 8002e

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Indian trail Page 15 8002e

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Indian trail Page 16 8002e

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Indians - noise of their revelry Page 29 8002e

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Indians - veneration for dogs Page 29 8002e

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Indians - visiting cabins unbidden Page 29 8002e

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Inkdaputa War Page 5 8002e

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Ixonia, Wis (1855) - people from here move to South Bend Page 28 8002e

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Jackson County (1837) - destination of Richard Davies, Llanwyddelan (Sir Drefalwyn) in 1837 Page 18 8002e

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Jackson, Henry (1850) Page 12 8002e

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James, John - possible Welsh origins of Page 13 8002e

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James, John (1852) - platting of Mankato town site Page 13 8002e

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Jenkins, Jenkin Rev. - arrives i St. Paul, October 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Jenkins, Jenkin Rev. - composes a poem Page 33 8002e

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Jenkins, Rev. Jenkin (Shenkin Ddwywaith) (PHOTO) Page 34b 8002e

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Jenkins, William; Big Rock, Ill. - 1855 comes to Judson Page 24 8002e

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John C. Evans - journey with four others in 1853 from St. Paul to Kasota Page 16 8002e

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John Roberts - journey with four others in 1853 from St. Paul to Kasota Page 16 8002e

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Johnson P.K. (1850, 1852) - platting of Mankato town site Page 12 8002e

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Jones, David (1) (later of Le Sueur) - settler of Welsh origin in St. Paul, 1851 (from Sir Ddinbych / Denbighshire in North Wales) Page 13 8002e

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Jones, David (2) (namesake of the above) - settler of Welsh origin in St. Paul, 1851 Page 13 8002e

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Jones, David (3) - sails for Blue Earth (1853) Page 14 8002e

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Jones, David (4) - settles in Big Woods (1855) Page 17 8002e

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Jones, Evans - settles in Big Woods (1855) Page 17 8002e

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Jones, Griffith - settler of Welsh origin in St. Paul, 1850 (from Sir Ddinbych / Denbighshire in North Wales) Page 13 8002e

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Jones, Griffiths - 1854, leaves for Wisconsin Page 17 8002e

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Jones, Henry - in St. Paul, October 1855, goes to South Bend Page 33 8002e

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Jones, Henry - sells claim on the upland prairie between the Cottonwood and Cambria creek Page 34 8002e

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Jones, Humphrey - and Thomas Y. Davies give lodging to Owen Roberts, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Jones, Humphrey - builds his house on the site of his cabin Page 31 8002e

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Jones, Humphrey - Judson - Sunday school Page 33 8002e

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Jones, Humphrey - looks after Judson in 1855 along with Thomas Y Davis while other settlers collect families and goods Page 25 8002e

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Jones, Humphrey; Pomeroy, O. - 1855 comes to Judson Page 24 8002e

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Jones, Humphrey; Youngstown, O. - 1855 comes to Judson Page 24 8002e

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Jones, John (Maes Mawr) comes to South Bend from Waukesha, Wis. (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Jones, John (Oshkosh) - cabin by Rush Lake (South Bend township) Page 26 8002e

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Jones, John A. - (1855) comes back to South Bend with the colony fro Emmet, Wis. Page 27 8002e

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Jones, John A. - cabin by Blue Earth river Page 34 8002e

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Jones, John A. (1 February 1855) One of three adventurers from Emmet, Wis. who go to South Bend Page 23 8002e

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Jones, John A. (Prayer meeting) (1855) Page 26 8002e

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Jones, John L. - settler of Welsh origin in St. Paul, 1850 (from Sir Ddinbych / Denbighshire in North Wales) Page 13 8002e

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Jones, John, from near Oshkosh, Wis., (and his son-in-law, Griffith Jones). Arrive to view South Bend, the 24th of July, 1854; Page 22 8002e

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Jones, John, from near Oshkosh, Wis., settles on a claim near Rush Lake 17 August 1854 Page 22 8002e

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Jones, Rev. Richard G. Page 34c 8002e

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Jones, Rev. Richard W. Page 34c 8002e

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Jones, Thomas (Maes Mawr) Page 26 8002e

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Jones, Thomas (Maes-mawr) - seeks provisions for South Bend in St. Paul, October 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Jones, Thomas J. (Bryn Llys) - one of the settlers from Emmet, Wis. (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Joseph Reynolds, 'Uncle Joe'. Keeps hostelry at Shakopee Page 22 8002e

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Judson - Minneopa brook Page 5 8002e

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Judson township Page 3 8002e

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Judson townsite (abandoned) Page 2 8002e

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Kasota (1) - quarries Page 2 8002e

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Kasota (2) - journey by ox-drawn wagons from St. Paul to Kasota made by John C. Evans, Edward S. Evans, Elizabeth Evans (their sister), John Roberts and Griffith Jones in 1853 Page 16 8002e

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La Crosse (1) , Wisconsin - D.C. Evans and Richard Davies moved west from here in 1853 Page 17 8002e

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La Crosse (2) - Stoddard, Colonel T. B (1853) Page 18 8002e

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La Crosse (3) - J. C. Evan's returns briefly, 1853 Page 20 8002e

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Laidlaw - 1820 - sails with a party of Scots up the Minnesota river Page 12 8002e

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Lake Crystal (Business Men) - photo Page 2b XXXX 8002e

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Lake Crystal Page 3 8002e

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Lake Washington Page 15 8002e

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lakes - chain of five lakes south of South Bend and Judson Page 5 8002e

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Lamareaux, Thomas (nephew of his Captain Samuel Humbertson). One of the six members of the South Bend townsite company Page 19 8002e

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Le Huillier - fort. Origin of the name. Page 10 8002e

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Le Sueur prairie - site of Le Sueur or 'Big Woods' Welsh settlement Page 17 8002e

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Le Sueur river Page 3 8002e

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Lewis, David - (1855) comes back to South Bend with the colony fro Emmet, Wis. Page 27 8002e

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Lewis, David - Bible class (1855) Page 26 8002e

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Lewis, David J. . (1 February 1855) One of three adventurers from Emmet, Wis. who go to South Bend Page 23 8002e

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Lewis, Evan J. - (1 February 1855) One of three adventurers from Emmet, Wis. who go to South Bend Page 23 8002e

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Lewis, Evan J. - (1855) comes back to South Bend with the colony fro Emmet, Wis. Page 27 8002e

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Lewis, Evan J. - Bible class (1855) Page 26 8002e

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Lewis, Morris - 1855 - from Pennsylvania, at St. Paul en route for Eureka Page 31 8002e

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Lewis, Morris - builds second house in Cambria with David A. Davis, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Lewis, Morris - teaches Sunday school Bible class, Judson, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Rees, J. David (From Pomeroy, Ohio) - Sunday school superintendent, Judson, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Lewis, Morris locates a claim in Cambria, June 6 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Lewis, Morris reaches Eureka, June 1 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Lewis, William R., buys claim of David Evans at Cambria Page 32 8002e

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Lewis. Morris - 1855 - visit to the cabin of Thomas Y. Davis and Humphrey Jones in Eureka Page 29 8002e

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Lime Springs - Welsh settlement Page 3 8002e

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Little Cottonwood - claims located here by David J. Davis and David J. Williams who came from Palmyra, Ohio - 6 July 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Little Cottonwood (emptying into the Minnesota) Page 5 8002e

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Llanwyddelan (Sir Drefaldwyn) - birthplace of Richard Davies (1804 or 1805) Page 18 8002e

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log cabin - (2) construction Page 25 8002e

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log cabins - (1) three built in South Bend, February 1855 Page 23 8002e

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log raising for Rev. William Williams 1855 Page 36 8002e

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logs hauled - during the winter (1853-54) Mr. Evans had the logs hauled for his two-story house, which was built during the summer Page 22 8002e

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Long, Stephen H. - description of Sun Dance (1823) Page 8 8002e

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lots - drawing lots for claims Page 25 8002e

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lumber wagon 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Lyon - a son hired to take settlers to their claims in Judson (1855) Page 25 8002e

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Lyon, David (La Crosse) - comment on the Welsh wagon train (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Lyon, J. S. Builds saw mill (1854). "He dressed in a buckskin suit of semi-barbarous style..." Page 23 8002e

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Lyon, J.S. - one of the six members of the South Bend townsite company Page 19 8002e

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Lyon, John. Son of J. S. Lyon. Dies 9 September 1854, aged 21 Page 23 8002e

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Maes Mawr - epithet of Thomas Jones of Waukesha, Wis. Page 26 8002e

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Maes Mawr Page 28 8002e

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Maes-mawr - epithet of Thomas Jones - s provisions for South Bend in St. Paul, October 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Mankato - election (South Bend and Mankato) , 1854. D. C. Evans elected Page 23 8002e

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Mankato - impossible to buy bread 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Mankato - military road from Mendota to Big Sioux river built through the settlement (1854) Page 23 8002e

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Mann, John - Captain Samuel Humbertson's engineer Page 19 8002e

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maple Page 6 8002e

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maple sugar made by the Dakota Page 7 8002e

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Mascouten Indians Page 11 8002e

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Mason, Enoch - settler of Welsh origin in St. Paul, 1850 / dies 1852 Page 13 8002e

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Matthews, General - searches for land near St. Paul with D.C. Evans (1853). One of the six members of the South Bend townsite company Page 18, 19 8002e

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Matthews, L. - election judge of Blue Earth precinct (1854) Page 22 8002e

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Matthews, Lyman - allotted a quarter share in South Bend plat (1854) Page 23 8002e

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Medawakon band - treaty 1851 Page 18 8002e

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Meifod (Sir Drefaldwyn) - birthplace of Richard Davies Page 17 8002e

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Merrah Tauka = Swan Lake, Page 7 8002e

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Methodist Episcopal Church Page 26 8002e

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military road - from Mendota to Big Sioux river (1854) Page 23 8002e

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military titles (Colonel, General, Captain) Page 18 8002e

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Minneopa - mouth of the Minneopa Creek Page 12 8002e

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Minneopa creek - 1855 - colony from Emmet, Wis. settles here Page 28 8002e

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Minneopa creek - saw mill - built at South Bend by J. S. Lyon (1854) Page 23 8002e

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Minnesota - origin of the name Page 1 8002e

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Minnesota Register (newspaper) Page 13 8002e

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Morgan, Richard - farm, 1855 Page 34 8002e

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mosquitoes (1) Page 12 8002e

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mosquitoes (2) - appear 4 April 1854 Page 22 8002e

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mosquitoes Page 29 8002e

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Myrick, Nathan - trader at Traverse de Sioux, Page 14 8002e

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name origins - Big Bend Page 19 8002e

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name origins - Mankato Page 2 8002e

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name origins - Minneopa Page 5 8002e

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name origins - Minnesota Page 1 8002e

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name origins - St Pierre Page 10 8002e

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New Canada township - John C. Evans makes a claim in 1852 Page 14 8002e

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New Orleans - see Thomas, Thomas Page 13 8002e

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New Ulm Page 2 8002e

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Nicollet (naturalist) Page 3 8002e

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oak Page 6 8002e

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oak trees Page 31 8002e

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oats Page 6 8002e

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Ojibwes - see Chippewas

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Origin of the name 'South Bend' Page 19 8002e

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Ottawa Page 2 8002e

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Owens, John (Ty Coed) Page 36 8002e

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Owens, John P (Major) - from Cincinnati, O, founder of 'Minnesota Register' Page 13 8002e

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Palmyra (1) (Ohio) - D.C. Evans moved here in 1836 Page 17 8002e

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Palmyra (2) (Ohio) - D. C. Evan's father's illness, 1853 Page 19 8002e

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Pant - epithet of Evan Evans of Waukesha, Wis. Page 26 8002e

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Pant Page 28 8002e

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paper city - Eureka Page 28 8002e

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papooses Page 8 8002e

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partridges - source of meat Page 31 8002e

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Pembina - see Selkirk Colony Page 12 8002e

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Penicaut - chronicler of Le Sueur's expedition in 1700 Page 11 8002e

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Phillips, Thomas - comes to South Bend from Dodgeville, Wis. May 21 1855 Page 26 8002e

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Pierce, Edward; Big Rock, Ill. - 1855 comes to Judson Page 24 8002e

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pioneer life - a hundred-mile journey to St. Paul for provisions Page 30 8002e

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plat - shares in South Bend plat (1854) Page 23 8002e

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Pleasant Valley - translation of Dakota name for Blue Earth valley Page 7 8002e

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plums - wild plums Page 6 8002e

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Pomeroy, O. - see Jones, Humphrey; Davis, Thomas Y Page 24 8002e

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Pomeroy, Ohio - from here came J. David Rees, Judson, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Pont-y-pwl (South Wales) - home town of Thomas Thomas, who came to St. Paul in 1849 Page 13 8002e

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poplar Page 6 8002e

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poplar trees Page 31 8002e

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potatoes Page 6 8002e

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prairie chickens - source of meat Page 31 8002e

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Prairie du Chien Page 12 8002e

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prairie schooner (a wagon with a tented cover of sheeting) Page 19 8002e

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precinct - Blue Earth election precinct Page 22 8002e

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Preri Bach (= Little Prairie) Page 31 8002e

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Price, Rev. Robert D. Page 34b 8002e

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Price, Sophia Hannah - baptism, South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Price, William R. comes to South Bend from Cambria, Wis. (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Prie, William R - one of five deacons of the Union church, South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Pugh, John - seeks provisions for South Bend in St. Paul, October 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Pugh, John (Senior) - one of the settlers from Emmet, Wis. (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Pugh, Thomas M. - comes to South Bend from Dodgeville, Wis. May 21 1855 Page 26 8002e

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quarries (Kasota village) Page 2 8002e

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quarries Page 2 8002e

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Racine, Wisconsin - Richard Davies, Llanwyddelan (Sir Drefalwyn) moves here in 1852 from Jackson County, Ohio Page 18 8002e

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Ramsey county - poor land Page 14 8002e

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raspberries Page 6 8002e

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reconnoiter - party of Emmet colony inspects the country in Blue Earth (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Red Iron - Dakota 'chief' Page 7 8002e

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Reno, Capt - lays out the military road - from Mendota to Big Sioux river (1854) Page 23 8002e

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Republicans - Mankato. Election. 11 October 1853 Page 20 8002e

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rifles - lack of rifles for settlers to hunt with Page 31 8002e

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Riggs S. R. - establishes a mission at Traverse de Sioux, 1843 Page 14 8002e

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river: Cambria creek (emptying into the Minnesota) Page 5 8002e

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river: Cannon Page 3 8002e

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river: Le Sueur Page 3 8002e

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river: Little Cottonwood (emptying into the Minnesota) Page 5 8002e

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river: Straight Page 3 8002e

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Roberts, Griffith - one of the settlers from Emmet, Wis. (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Roberts, Henry Page 7 8002e

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Roberts, Hugh J - in St. Paul, October 1855, goes to South Bend Page 33 8002e

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Roberts, Hugh J. - sells claim on the upland prairie between the Cottonwood and Cambria creek Page 34 8002e

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Roberts, John - sails for Blue Earth (1853) Page 14 8002e

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Roberts, John - settler of Welsh origin in St. Paul, 1850 (from Sir Ddinbych / Denbighshire in North Wales) Page 13 8002e

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Roberts, John (Big Woods). Dies 1854 Page 17 8002e

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Roberts, Owen - 1855 - visit to the cabin of Thomas Y. Davis and Humphrey Jones in Eureka Page 29 8002e

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Roberts, Owen - arrives from Pomeroy, O, with family - October 1855 Page 35 8002e

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Pomeroy - origin of Evan J. Davis, Owen Roberts - arrive Eureka - October 1855 Page 35 8002e

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Roberts, Owen - arrives in Judson from Pomeroy, Ohio, takes a claim here- July 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Roberts, Rev. John - farm in Judson (1855) Page 25 8002e

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Roberts, Rev. John W. Page 34c 8002e

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Roberts, Rev. Wm. Page 34c 8002e

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Roberts, Rev. Wm. from Waukesha 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Roberts, William J- one of five deacons of the Union church, South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Roberts, William J. - one of the settlers from Emmet, Wis. (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Robertson, Colonel - wife Page 13 8002e

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Robertson, Colonel (1850) Page 12 8002e

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Rochester - on the route of the Welsh settlers from Emmet to South Bend (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Rock Bend (now St. Peter) Page 14 8002e

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Rush Lake, three miles southwest of South Bend village. Page 22 8002e

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Saint Anthony Falls Page 18 8002e

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Saint Peter - see Saint Pierre

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Saint Peter (St. Peter) - former name = Rock Bend Page 14 8002e

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Saint Pierre river - Le Sueur's name for the Minnesota. Origin of the name. Page 10 8002e

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Salem Congregational church - founding - October 1855 Page 35 8002e

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Watkins, John - religious services in the cabin of Page 35 8002e

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Salem Congregational Church, Cambria, Minn.(PHOTO) Page 32a XXXX 8002e

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salt - unobtainable by the early Welsh settlers Page 31 8002e

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San-tuhu-mah-na-du-tah, "Hater-of-the-white-race" Page 5 8002e

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Saratoga (later Tracy and Custer) Page 3 8002e

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Saratoga (Tracy / Custer) - Welsh settlement Page 3 8002e

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saw mill - built at South Bend by J. S. Lyon (1854) Page 23 8002e

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scalps Page 8 8002e

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Selkirk Colony (Pembina) - colony of Scots Page 12 8002e

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Shakopee - earlier name (Home Landing) Page 14 8002e

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Shakopee to South Bend - a trip on foot (1855) Page 26 8002e

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shallop (kind of sailboat) Page 11 8002e

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shanty - description of construction (Judson, June 1855) Page 32 8002e

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shanty - only building at South Bend (1855) Page 24 8002e

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shanty - squatter's shanty at Saint Anthony Falls Page 18 8002e

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shanty - William C. Williams, Judson, June, 1855 Page 32 8002e

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shanty built by some steamboat wood-choppers (two miles above the mouth of the Cottonwood) 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Sibley county - settlers in 1855 - David Jones, Evan Jones and Wm. Humphreys, Page 17 8002e

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Siencyn Ddwywaith - Reverend Jenkin Jenkins (PHOTO) Page 34b XXXX 8002e

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Sin Dafydd (English name: John E. Davies) Biographies 0850

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Sisseton band - treaty 1851 Page 18 8002e

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Sisseton band Page 7 8002e

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snakes - appear 4 April 1854 Page 22 8002e

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soil type Page 6 8002e

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sorghum Page 6 8002e

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South Bend - census by D.C. Evans (1854). Population : 26 Page 23 8002e

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South Bend - election (South Bend and Mankato) , 1854. D. C. Evans elected Page 23 8002e

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South Bend - military road from Mendota to Big Sioux river built through the settlement (1854) Page 23 8002e

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South Bend - Minneopa brook Page 5 8002e

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South Bend - origin of the name Page 19 8002e

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South Bend - shares in South Bend plat (1854) Page 23 8002e

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South Bend Cemetery Page 23 8002e

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South Bend township Page 3 8002e

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South Bend. Congregational Church. Photo Page 21 XXXX 8002e

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Spirit Lake Page 5 8002e

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St. = Saint Page 18 8002e

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St. Pierre - see Saint Pierre

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steamboat trip up the Minnesota river Page 14 8002e

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Stevens, Colonel - squatter by Saint Anthony Falls Page 18 8002e

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steward among the higher classes in England - John Owens (Ty Coed) Page 36 8002e

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Stoddard, Colonel T. B. of La Crosse (Wisconsin) (1853) Page 18 8002e

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Straight river Page 3 8002e

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strawberries Page 6 8002e

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sumac trees Page 31 8002e

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Sun Dance (1823) Page 8 8002e

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Sunday school superintendent - Edward Thomas (1855) Page 26 8002e

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Swan Lake (Merrah Tanka) Page 7 8002e

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Swedish blacksmith's hut by Eureka, October 1855 Page 35 8002e

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Swedish settlers, Judson Page 31 8002e

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Thomas, Edward - comes from Pomeroy 5 May 1855. Becomes Sunday school superintendent Page 26 8002e

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Thomas, Edward - one of five deacons of the Union church, South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Thomas, Edward, Sr. - clerk of the Union church, South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Thomas, James P. (late owner of a farm at South Bend with a cave in the side of a bluff) Page 11 8002e

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Thomas, Thomas (Pont-y-pwl, South Wales) - one of first settlers of St. Paul Page 13 8002e

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Thompson, A - allotted a one eighth share in South Bend plat (1854) Page 23 8002e

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Tiger - boat on the Minnesota river (1853) Page 14 8002e

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Todd road - road in Big Woods cut by Captain Todd Page 15 8002e

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town site company (to survey and plat a site later called Mankato) Page 13 8002e

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townsite company for South Bend Page 19 8002e

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Tracy (formerly Saratoga) Page 3 8002e

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Traverse de Sioux - 1855 - Lewis Morris and David Evans arrive by boat, having come from Pennsylvania Page 31 8002e

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Traverse de Sioux - founded 1829 Page 14 8002e

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Traverse de Sioux - meting the boat to collect provisions Page 31 8002e

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Traverse de Sioux - path from here to Lake Washington Page 15 8002e

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Traverse de Sioux (abandoned settlement, 1895) Page 2 8002e

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Traverse de Sioux. October 1855 - low water, impossible to go upriver Page 35 8002e

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treaties with Dakota Indians (1851) Page 18 8002e

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Turpin, D. T. - St. Paul surveyor who surveys the townsite of South Bend. Page 20 8002e

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Ty Coed - John Owens (Ty Coed) Page 36 8002e

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Undine Page 13 8002e

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Undine Region Page 3 8002e

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Union church (South Bend) Page 28 8002e

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village - abandoned Indian village between Traverse de Sioux and Lake Washington Page 15 8002e

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voting precincts - Mankato, Kasato Page 19 8002e

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wagon train - Welsh settlers from Emmet to South Bend (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Wanotau (Dakota warrior) Page 8 8002e

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Wapekuta band - treaty 1851 Page 18 8002e

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Wapeton band - treaty 1851 Page 18 8002e

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Watertown, Wis. - Welsh settlement of Emmet situated by here Page 27 8002e

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Watkins, John; Youngstown, O. - 1855 comes to Judson Page 24 8002e

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Waukesha - Rev. Wm. Roberts 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Weather - severe cold spell in first half of 1854 Page 20 8002e

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Welsh place names in the settlements - Preri Bach (= Little Prairie) Page 31 8002e

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Welsh place names in the settlements - see Llyn Tegid

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Welsh settlement - Blue Earth Page 3 8002e

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Welsh settlement - Bristol Grove Page 3 8002e

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Welsh settlement - Foreston Page 3 8002e

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Welsh settlement - intention to set up a Welsh settlement in rich farmland Page 18 8002e

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Welsh settlement - Lime Springs Page 3 8002e

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Welsh settlement - Saratoga (Tracy / Custer) Page 3 8002e

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Wesleyans - John Roberts Page 17 8002e

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wheat Page 6 8002e

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whiskey - abandoned whiskey barrels in an empty Indian village Page 15 8002e

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Wiiliams, Daniel L - brother of David J. Williams Page 36 8002e

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Williams (Broadford) - Evan Bowen's claim by the side 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Williams (Broadford) - house on Nicollet side of the river 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Williams (first name not stated) - settler of Welsh origin in St. Paul, 1851; 'in the employ of the Pioneer' Page 13 8002e

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Williams, Rev. William - log raising 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Williams, D.J. and his four grown-up children reach Eureka, June 1 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Williams, Daniel - possible Welsh origins of Page 13 8002e

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Williams, Daniel (1850, 1852) - platting of Mankato town site Page 12 8002e

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Williams, David (Banker), from Bradford, Pa., at South Bend, June 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Williams, David (Banker), from Bradford, Pa., buys claim in Nicollet county, by Eureka township, 9 June 1855 Page 32 8002e

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Williams, David J. - arrives at St. Paul from Bradford, Pa. 1855 Page 31 8002e

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Williams, David J. - hut by the mouth of the Little Cottonwood Page 34 8002e

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Williams, David J. (Palmyra, Ohio) - locates a claim at the mouth of the Little Cottonwood, 1855 Page 33 8002e

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Williams, Griffith, son of D. J. Williams Page 32 8002e

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Williams, Hannah, son of D. J. Williams Page 32 8002e

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Williams, Hugh R. arrives with his family from Wisconsin, 1855 Page 34 8002e

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Williams, Hugh R. comes to South Bend from Waukesha, Wis. (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Williams, John - one of a group from Ixonia, Wis. who move to South Bend (1855) Page 28 8002e

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Williams, John, son of D. J. Williams Page 32 8002e

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Williams, Rev. William Page 34b 8002e

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Williams, Rev. Wm. - Baptist minister from Big Rock, Ill., preaches the first Welsh sermon in Blue Earth county - June 24 1855 Page 28 8002e

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Williams, Robert R. - one of the settlers from Emmet, Wis. (1855) Page 27 8002e

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Williams, Thomas D., son of D. J. Williams Page 32 8002e

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Williams, William C. - farm at Judson Page 25 8002e

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Williams, William C.; Big Rock, Ill. - 1855 comes to Judson Page 24 8002e

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Williams, William Rev - buys claim in Judson, October 1855 Page 35 8002e

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Winnebago Agency - fifteen miles beyond Mankato 1855 Page 36 8002e

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Winnebago Indians - being moved (1855) to a new reservation, "located that spring three miles south of Mankato and South Bend, in the very heart of Blue Earth county" Page 27 8002e

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winter season in Blue Earth Page 6 8002e

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wolves - fear of; gradual disappearance (1855) Page 27 8002e

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wolves between Shakopee and South Bend (1855) Page 26 8002e

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Yankee - name of steamboat (1850) Page 12 8002e

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Youngstown, O - see Jones, Humphrey; Watkins, John Page 24 8002e

 

(2) Chronological index
1700 - Le Sueur seeks copper Page 10 8002e
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1820 - (1) killing of two white men by Sisseton Sioux Page 8 8002e

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1820 - (2) Scots sail up Minnesota river Page 12 8002e

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1823 - Long, Stephen H. Page 8 8002e

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1829 - founding of Traverse de Sioux Page 14 8002e

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1838 - Nicollet visits Page 3 8002e

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1843 - S. R. Riggs establishes a mission at Traverse de Sioux Page 14 8002e

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1849 - Thomas Thomas from Pont-y-pwl in St. Paul Page 13 8002e

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1850 - (1) first steamboat passes mouth of Blue Earth river Page 12 8002e

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1850 - (2) four Welshmen in St. Paul Page 13 8002e

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1851 - four Welshmen in St. Paul from from Sir Ddinb
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1852 - John C. Evans makes a claim in 1852 in New Canada township Page 14

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1853 - (1) Dakota people's lands thrown open for settlement Page 18 8002e

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1853 - (2) D.C. Evans and Richard Davies move out west from La Crosse, Wisconsin Page 18 8002e

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1853 - (3) D.C. Evans looks for lands for a Welsh settlement near Saint Paul Page 18 8002e


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1854 - (3) John Roberts dies at the "Big Woods" Welsh settlement a year after settling there (1854) Page 17 8002e

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1854 - (4) Griffith Jones abandons the "Big Woods" Welsh settlement and goes to Wisconsin Page 17 8002e

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1854 - (5) On the 6th of July, 1854, the election precinct of South Bend was created, comprising all the country west of the Blue Earth. Page 22 8002e

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1854 - (6) John Jones, from near Oshkosh, Wis., and his son-in-law, Griffith Jones arrive to view South Bend, the 24th of July, 1854; Page 22 8002e

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1854 - (7) saw mill - built at South Bend by J. S. Lyon Page 23 8002e

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1854 - (8) Jones, John, from near Oshkosh, Wis., settles on a claim near Rush Lake 17 August 1854 Page 22

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1855 - (1) About the first of February, 1855, three persons left Emmet, a Welsh settlement near Waukesha, Wis., for South Bend. Page 23 8002e

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1855 - (2) March 22, Mr. Evans goes to Palmyra Page 24 8002e

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1855 - (3) April 10th - group of eight Welshmen meets at Galena, Ill., and travels to the Minnesota valley Page 24 8002e

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1855 - (4) May - Williams, David J. - arrives at St. Paul from Bradford, Pa. Page 31 8002e

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1855 - (5) 21 06 1855 - forward party of Emmet colony reaches South Bend Page 27 8002e

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1855 - (6) July - Indian dance, camp by Eureka settlement Page 29 8002e

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