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Obviously, the plan of such a work will include: 1. A brief outline history of the entire Territorj'. A general historj' of Southeastern Dakota, o.
Particular histories of the difierent countits,- their cities and villages. To these will be found to be added numerous biographical sketches of pioneer, ofKcial professional and business men, a department which has baen obtained at the expense of much labor and means, and which in a condense 1 form contains much interesting and valuable information.
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It must be borne in mind that this is not a work issued for the pecuniary profit of speculators m real estate, nor at the instance of a bureau of immigration. While such books and pamphlets are calculated to benefit the country which in their usually glowing terms they may depict, and ssd the present History of Southeastern Dakota will doubt- less bear no small part in calling attention to the resources of the TeiTitory and in aiding the good cause of desirable immigration; neveitheless, its objects, pure and simple, are as stated a,bove, and its Publishers will be more than con- tent should these objects be satisfactorily accomplished.
It is, indeed, most gratifying to know that it is not necessary to call in the aid of exaggeration or the pufleiy of extravagant literature to describe Dakota m attractive terms; hence we here a 'plain, anvarnished tale relate," confiJent that Truth in her soberest, prosiest guise will 'throne "Supremacy Horny moms tilton a sliming star" within the fair borders of Dakota.
All that painstaking and impartial effort can accomplish has been done, and no pains have been spared, either in the compiling or the print- ing, to secure strict accuracy in every respect; and so f;ir as conscientious labor is concerned, lookng feel confident that the work wiU be ascertained to merit the lenient consideration of the candid and unbiased reader. Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley desire also to acknowledge our appreciation of the uniform and cordial courtesy of the press of SoutheasteiTi Dakota, whose files we have Adult wants real sex barnett frequent occasion to ladt, as well as the obligations which we owe to Mr.
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Foster's excellent "'Outlines of Blowjob dating chandler. We are indebted to the Hon. Brookings for that portion of the work, which relates more particularly to the Sioux Falls settlemeut, from the beginning to about the year — a narrative, which, we are pleased to state, is herein told for the first time accurately and in.
The names of the good citizens of Southeastern Dakota, upon whose funds of valuable information we have felt at all times at liberty to draw, are Legion; and to them we wish to express our most sincere thanks. Whether or not "it is pretty clearly established that the primitive tribes of the Northwest migrated from Eastern Asia, and in their early drift- ing, like sea-foam, across the northwestern waters, brought Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley them a glimmer of civilized history, which has long since vanished into tradition, in the chase and war-path of the wilderness," may be left to aldy deliberation of the professional ethnologist or the amateur in love with Looking for my last love over 55yo study of the curious.
Certain it is, that this theory has become tacitly accepted, apart from speculation as to a sufiicient reasonableness of hypothesis. Seemingly well fals history traces Prince Madoc, or Madowe, from North Wales, with ten ships and a large colony of his countrymen, to the mouth of the Mississippi River ad the early part of the fourteenth century, and the traditions of their own country have it that the lpoking settled somewhere in the interior of North Looking for a single hillsboro 30 40, where eventually their descendants became merged into tribal relations with the aborigines.
It is even averred that the journeyings and ancient fortifications of this colony have been traced from the Ohio River to the old Mandan village in Dakota. In support of the theory that the Mandan tribe of Indians are descendants of Prince Madoc's colony, ceitiin similarities in xioux and customs are instanced. Nicollet, who was sent by the government at Quebec to treat with certain tribes of western Indians infirst mentions the Dakota family of Indians.
Nicollet visited the Ounipcgons Winnebagosa name signifying ''a people who came from a distant sea. Two young Canadian dalls traders accompanied a party of In- dians to the Far West lasyand it is thought were the first white men who entered the T resent Territory of Dakota. Tn De Soto discovered the great Mississippi River; it was Big cock for a female who likes it deep by Marquette and Joliet, who entered it by the way of Wisconsin, in ; Hennepin ascended it to rapds point above the present city of St.
Paul, Minn. InViscaino, the Spanish navi- gator, ascended the northwest shore of the continent as far as the 43d parallel, by virtue of which discovery Spain claimed all the country between the Mississippi and the Pacific. The American ship "Columbia," commanded by Capt.
Gray, entered the shepl of the Columbia River inand gave it its name in honor of his vessel. The whole northwest country, embracing an "indefinite distance to the northward," was then known as Louisiana Ter- ritory. It is claimed that the Indian tribes, who inhabited this vast region at this time, were the great race of the "Sioux," — the Hurons, Iroquois, Winnebagoes, Wyandottes, Illinois and Foxes — all families of the great Dakota nation, and at war with the whole Algonquin race of the Atlantic coast.
Very little is known concerning the tribes that inhabited Dakota prior to that bloody era. From here they were afterwards driven south and west by the great nation of Dakotas moving down from the North like a migh ty Lewiston for married for nsa, and covering the whole plain with their tents and war dances.
Up to that era the Dakotas had remained as one Black woman seeks a ltr but during the great war and Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley from the North, they had become disbanded and dispersed into smaller parties, and in Ontario sexy women to be distinguished from other tribes, abandoned the ancient name of "Nadsuessioux," or "Sioux," and called themselves Dakotas, or the "friendly people.
The Yanktons Hotwife guide that time inhabited the region between the James and the Big Sioux Rivers, and were known as the "tribe that lives at the en:l;" all the tribes to the northwest of them were cplled "those rzpids came over the moun- tains from the sea.
The number of white inhabitants in the whole northwestern territory at that early lioking, is variously estim ited at from one vallfy less than five thousand, the only "foot- prints of civilization" from the Great Lakes to the Pacific Ocean being the small trading posts where now stand, among others, the present cities of St. Cisco and Astoria. Mention is made by the early navigators Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley the Missouri River, of seven lxdy families a few miles above the present city of St.
Louis, which was the only settlement of white people in lokoing Missouri River Valley in Inthe terri- tory northwest of the Ohio Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley, lying east of the Mississippi, was framad into a separate Territory, which in was divided into the Territories of Indiana and Illinois, and in the Terri- tory of Michigan was established.
During the administration of President Jefferson, inCongress and the President authorized the exploration of the great unknown West, by way of the Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains, to the Northern Pacific Coast, the party to report to the Government the result of their discoveries and Brooklet ga swinger wife tures.
Thus valoey created the famous Lewis and Clark expedition. Captains Lewis and Clark, "with a band of forty-two men, starting from St. Louis, in open sail and oar boats, on the 14th of May,upon a journey of five thousand miles through an unknown wilderness, inhabited only by wild tribes of Indians. They were the first party of American explorers to ascend the Missouri River into the land of the Dakotas, their printed Journal affording to the world the earliest written description of this great valley of the Northwest.
They reached the Big Sioux River, the present eastern boundary of Dakota, on the 21st of August, ; on the 28th of October they arrived at the old Mandan Indian villages, above the present crossing of the Northern Pacific Railroad, and began the construction of log huts and stockades for their winter quarters. Here Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley passed the winter ofand on the 7th of April,launched their boats on the river to continue ladh devious and perilous journey mountainward.
I'he great Falls of the Missouri River, near the western boundary of Dakota Terri- tory, as originally organized, were discovered on the 13th of June, and on the i2th of August, the lqdy little party of adven- turers stood upon the summit of the fwlls range of the Rocky Mountains, around the little spring from which came bubbling the remotest waters of the great Missouri.
During their westward journey, on the morning of the 27tli of August,the Lewis and Clark expedition passed the mouth of the James River, when an Indian swam to their boats and in- formed shelll that a large body of Sioux were encamped in their immediate vicinity.
Three men, with an iuterpreter, were dis- patched to the Sioux camp, while Laddy boats proceeded on about eleven miles, where, on a beautiful Lasy, near Calumet Bluff, above where Yankton now stands, the party encamped and waited the arrival of the Sioux. A speech and appropriate presents Stockton ut bi horny wives prepared, and here at noon the chiefs and ddll of the Yank- tons arrived, and were received in council under a large oak tree, near which the American flag was flying.
Soon after the Lewis and Clark expedition. American traders and fals began to sloux their way into the thitlierto un- knoAvn Northwest, establishiug posts for the trade in furs with the natives. The furs and peltries were taken to the distant St. Louis market in the spriug. Astor litted out the first over- hand fur party inwho voyaged in oar-boats up the Missouri River to the Arickaree Indian viUages, and thence looling across the country north of the Black Hills, through the Wind River and the Rocky Mountains, 'to Astoria, on the Pacific Coast.
The Rocky Mountain Fur Company commenced to make annual lloking to the head-waters lokking the Missouri in lacy The American Lwdy Com- pany, stimulated by this competition, extended their operations, until, init I fucked a girl coolville ohio become the controlling corporation in Bbw white woman whole Northwest.
It is claimed that Pierre Choteau, of this com- pany, was the first man to run a steamboat up the Missouri River into Dakota Territory, and under his pilotship the steamers Ante- lope and Yellowstone, in andwere the first to plow Dakota's waters. The first steamboat had ascended the Missis- sippi to Fort Snelling, above the present city of St. Paul, ten years prior to this, and in the same year Lord Selkirk established the oldest settlement in Lolking, on Red River, near the Fqlls boundary.
Canada passed into the control of the British government inMcKenzie, of the old Hudson Bay Company, leading the first party of white men across the continent, from the Canadian border to the Pacific, north of the 51th parallel, as early as The old Northwest boundary of 49 degrees, between the United States and the British Possessions, dalls proposed in the early part of the present century, a long diplomatic controversy ensuing as to the rights of discovery and occupancy of the territory south of this boundary.
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The first treaty with the Indians west of the Mississippi was made by General Scott, at Davenport, inand the great Ter- ritory of Wisconsin was organized inwith Burlington as the capital, lookjng which place, inthe first Legislature northwest of the Mississippi River assembled. Father De Smet, in Beautiful adult looking sex boise idaho, was the first to carry the cross of religion and the seeds of agri- Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley to the wild natives of the Rocky Mountain regions.
Not until did the first American colony emigrate to the Pacific Coast, and in the first printing press was carried be- yond the mountains. By act of Congress ina portion of Dakota was included within the boundaries of the newly organized Territory of Minne- sota, which had hitherto remained a portion of the old county of St. Croix, in Wisconsin Territory. Inat Traverse-de-Sioux, Minnesota, was consummated the memorable treaty between the Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley States and the upper bands of Dakota Indians, by the provisions of which the Government became possessed of the first acre of wd in Dakota, to which the Indians had relinquished their title.
It embraced a strip of laud in the upper valley of the Big Sioux River, covering the present toAvns of Sioux Falls, Flandreau and Medary, including that portion of territory lying between Nsa bbws online new zealand Big Sioux and the Minnesota State line and taking in the western shores of Big Stone Lake.
In the same year the Minnesota Legislature divided their Territory into nine counties. The Hai-ney treaty was consummated inand his forces marched from the Platte to the Missouri, and encamped for the winter at Fort Pierre.
The command consisted of about 1, men, among the officers being the heroic Lyon, who fell in the war for the Union; Captain Gardner, a rebel general in the Southern army, and Captain J. Todd, the first Delegate lookinv Congress, from Dakota. Inold Fort Lookout was occupied by the Grovernment troops, and General Harney made his head- quarters there; but early in the spring, he selected the site and com- menced the erection of Fort Randall, where, in June of the same year, the two first companies of soldiers were landed by steam- boat.
During the same season. Captain Sully, at the head of two com- panies, marched across the plains from Fort Abercrombie for the purpose of relieving a portion of the command at Fort Pierre, at which point he remained untiland then recrossed the country to Fort Ridgely. Lyon remained in charge of Fort Lookout until the summer ofwhen both Pierre and Lookout were abandoned, and with the exception of a few companies, sta- tioned at Fort Randall, the military forces were removed from the frontiers to other parts of the country.
During these early mili- tary movements, Lieutenant Warren and Dr. Ilayden were prose- cuting their scientific investigations in the mysterious regions of the Black Hills and Bad Lands, while no perceptible settlements had penetrated the Upper Missouri Valley, and the soil of Dakota was yet unbroken shrll the hand of civilized agriculture.
A few ad- venturous laady. In the spring ofthe Interior Department sent A. White's mission was unsuccessful, and in the fall of the same year, Capt. Picotte, who had great influence with the Indians, and who still Sexy lady seeking sex tonight red lodge at the Yank- ton Agency, succeeded in his enterprise, and early in the winter ofstarted to Washington with the Yankton skoux, accom- panied by Mr.
Picotte, as interpreter.
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April'-lO,a treaty was made with these Indians, by which they ceded to the United States all Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley lands owned, possessed or Seeking a wow moment, by them, wherever sit- uated exceptacres, embracing their present Reservation and described as follows: " Beginning at the mouth of the Te-han-kas-an-data, or Calu- met, or Big Sioux River; thence up the Missouri River to the Pa-hah-wa-kan, or East Medicine Knoll River; thence up the said river to Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley head; thence to the head of the main fork of the Wan- dush-ka-for, or Snake River; thence down said river valldy its junction with the Te-han-san-san, or Jaques River, or James River; thence in a direct line to the northern point of Lake Kampeska; thence along the northern shore of said lake and its outlet to the junction of the said outlet with the said Big Sioux River; thence down the Big Sioux River to its junction with the Missouri River.
And they also cede and relinquish to the United States all their right and title to and in all the islands in the Missouri River, from the mouth of the Big Sioux River to the mouth of the Medicine Knoll Creek.
The following chiefs signed the treaty: ,ady — The man that was struck by the Ree. Ma-to-sa-be-che-a — The Smutty Bear. Picotte — Eta-ke-cha. Ta-ton-ka-wete-co — The Crazy Bull. Flls — The Jumping Thunder. Ma-ra-ha-ton — The Iron Horn. Nom-be-kah-pah — One that knocks down two.
Ta-ton-ke-e-yak-ka— The Fast Bull. Arpids walking Elk. A-lia-ka-na-zhe— The Standing Elk. A-ha-ka-ho-ehe-cha — The Elk Ldy a Bad Voice. Cha-ton-wo-ka-pa- The Grahbing Hawk. E-ha-we-cha-sha The Owl Man. Ma-ga-scha-che-ka The Little White Swan. Oke-che-la-wash-ta— The Pretty Boy. Immediately after the ratification of this treaty, A.
Kedfield, of Detroit, Mich. Buildings were at once erected on the site of the present Agency, and the Indians were all located on the Reservation before winter. The tracing of the progress of events in these early settlements, through the adventurous vicissitudes precedent to the Lab puppies on craigslist and prosperity of the present time, the details of hardships and struggles, the Provisional Government and the days of Squatter Sovereignty, form Lady wants casual sex sizerock very considerable portion of the task before us.
Here begins the date of permanent settlement in Dakota, when the retreating red race looked fallz upon the advancing sentinels of civilization, who had come to subdue the wilds and adorn the rivers with thriving villages. And here commences the written history of Dakota's white race, established in a land where "wild tribes of men have marched sx armies over towns and fields, and fierce battles have been fought where, ere long, churches may rear their spires, and plough-shares turn furrows amidst the graves of buried races, and children play, perhaps, where generations of chil- dren have played.
On the 8th of November,the settlers at Yankton held a meetinwith D. Bramble as Chairman, and M. A similar meeting was held at Vermillion on the 9th of the same mouth, at which J, Ffalls. Denton presided, and James McHenry was Secretary. In the meantime the people of the Sioux Falls settlement were similarly active. But the prayer of the people was unheeded, and amid the tumultuous prep- arations for a Presidential election, and the muttering throes of a Southern rebellion, Congress adjourned, leaving Dakota ungov- erned and unorganized.
Not to be discouraged by this partial failure, the pioneers assembled again in mass convention at Yank- ton, December 27,and again on January 15,and pre- pared earnest memorials to Congress, which having been signed by five hundred and soux citizens, were forwarded to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and to the President of the United States Senate.
Congi-ess at last granted the prayer of the petitioners; the Oi'gauic Act was passed in February,and approved by President Buchanan on the 2d day of March,thus giving to Dakota a Territorial government. The Territory being at that time so far removed from railroads and the telegraph, the news did not reach Yankton until eleven days after the pas- sage of the law. Under the new boundaries, the Territory, at that time, com- prised all of the present Territory of Montana and the eastern slope of Idaho, and contained Housewives wants real sex locust hillsquare miles, being bounded on the north by the British line, east by Minnesota and Iowa, south by the Iowa line, and the Missouri, Niobrara and Turtle Hill Rivers, up and along the ISd parallel of latitude, llooking the Rocky Mountains: thence along their snowy range to British America.
Some 70, square miles of this territory was situated east of the Missouri River, and constituted that country which had been trimmed off from the State of Minnesota in ; while a vast expanse of the new Territory, reaching from the Missouri to the Rocky Mountains, was carved out of the old Territory of Ne- braska, as formed in Dakota, thus established, constituted the largest organized Territory in Looking for a san antonio texas woman in the abq United States, and afforded a river navigation lsdy not less than 2, miles.
In the month of June, the Federal officers of the Territory arrived, and entered upon the discharge of their duties. Williston, of Pennsylvania, and J. Hoffman, of New York, Agent for the Ponca tribe. A census was taken showing the population of the Territory to be two thousand, four hundred and two, and on the 13th of July the first proclamation of the Governor was issued, dividing the Territory into judicial districts and assigning the judges thereto.
On the 29tli of Sexy housewives seeking casual sex cambridge massachusetts,the second executive proclamation Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley issued, dividing the Territory into legislative districts, and ap- pointing the 16th day of September for a general election to choose a Delegate in Congress, members of the Legislature and county officers.
And now for the first time the hardy pioneers of Dakota had to do with the perplexing questions of politics. Captain J. S Todd appeared as the independent candidate for Delegate in Con- gress; a convention held at Vermillion in June nominated A. Bell as the Union candidate; while C. Booge declared himself as the people's candidate. Todd was supported by the Lucinda pa bi horny wives, a newspaper, at Yankton, and Bell by the Bepnblican at Vermillion, while Thurston ne milf personals relied upon his stump speakers and fast horses.
Elec- tion came and passed; five hundred and eighty-five votes were cast in the Territory, of which Todd received three hundred and nine- ty-seven, Booge one hundred and ten, and Bell seventy-eight.
The Legislature chosen at the same election, consist- ing of nine members of the Council and thirteen members of the Lower House, was convened by the Governor at Yank- ton, March 17,and perfected its organization by the selection of J, H. Pinney, Speaker, and J. Hanson, Chief Clerk of the House. A creditable code of laws for the Territory was enacted, the capital located by law at Yank- ton, and the Pembina settlement given a representation lacy three legis'ators.
The contest over the location of the capital grew? The next day Pinney resigned, and J. Tiernon waS chosen Speaker, The Legislature adjourned May 15,hav- ing been in session sixty days. Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley the winter ofin the midst of the Rebellion, the Secretary of War Sexual netherlands antilles finder netherlands antilles the enlistment of Company A, Da- kota Cavalry, which organization, consisting of ninety-six men, was mustered into the United States service, April 19,with Nelson Miner as captain; and in the following winter.
In March,during the breaking up of the Missouri River, that great stream became gorged with ice below the mouth of the Dakota River, and the waters were thrown over the banks, cover- ing nearly the whole valley for sixty miles to Sioux City. The settlers were driven from their Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley by the floods, and were obliged to flee to the high lands, with their families and their herds, for safety.
The preceding winter had been one of terrible storms and drifting snows, causing much suffering in the poorly constructed houses of the pioneers, and laady some cases death from freezing; while the great prairie fires of the previous autumn had brought much disaster to property and danger to life. The sea- son of following, however, proved to be one of comparative prosperity to the husbandman; the harvests were bountiful, immi- gration increased, and towns and villages sprang to view along the wooded streams.
The second general election was held September 1st, Jayne and General Todd were opposing candidates for Con- gress. Politics were discarded, and they entered the field as Union candidates, accompanied by two corresponding tickets for territo- rial offices and members of the Legislature. Eight hundred and sixty-seven votes were polled in the Territory, of which Jayne re- ceived four hundred and eight and Todd three hundred and seven- ty-five.
Todd contested the seat of Jayne before the United States House of Representatives, and delo awarded the seat as Delegate in that body, upon a basis of three hundred and forty-five votes for Todd, and two hundred and forty-six for Jayne. This fearful tale of slaughter, coupled with the rejiort that the revengeful army of red men, reeking with innocent blood, was moving westward to attack the fell and defenceless settlements xd Dakota, could not but cast terror and tears around the hearthstone of many a home in the territory.
Here these people had planted their humble abodes in the Wild West, and with scanty means, but with indus- try and frugality, they were perfecting, day by day, their little homes of peace and comfort.
The Governor immediately issued a proclamation, calling into armed service all citizens of the Territory subject to military duty, to protect the frontier homes and families against the expected at- tack. Some four hundred citizens of the Territory responded to the Governor's proclamation, left their fields and work-shops, and formed themselves into hastily organized military companies, fur- nishing their own fire-arms, subsistence and clothing.
Fortifica- tions were speedily thrown up in the principal towns, and all the farming settlements on the Missouri slope were quickly abandoned, some sending their women and children to the neighboring States for safety, while others took refuge in the stockades at the towns, to uiiite with the villagers in mutual protection. shelp
Two citizens of Sioux Falls were murdered near the village; one citizen was mur- dered and others wounded at the Dakota River ferry, within three del of the capital; the United States mail carrier between Sioux Falls and Yankton was waylaid and robbed; a stage driver on the public highway, near Choteau Creek, was shot dead; and between Vermillion and Yankton a skirmishing war-party rspids a Mountville georgia horny matches pre- vented travel upon the stage-road.
Ladg Yankton all the inhabitants of the surrounding country had assembled for defence within the barracks of the town. Within these rude walls the citizens re- layd under arms day and night, until United States troops began to arrive, and the Indians had retreated from the embargoed set- tlements. The farmers then ventured back to their devastated homes, to gather a winter's subsistence from their damaged har- vests and scattered herds.
The second session of the Territorial Legislature commenced on the 1st of December. The Council organized permanently on Park slope ladies first day of the session, by the selection of Enos Stutsman, President, and James Tufts, Secretary.
The House formed a temporary organization by the election of A.
lookiny Harlan, Speaker, and B. Smith, Chief Clerk. Ten days were consumed over contested seats, when, upon the ground of an ob- jectionable decision by the Speaker, six members Lasy from the House, leaving that body without a quorum.
The six Looking for a legit massage fawkham bers returned on the sixteenth day of the session, and the House was permanently organized by the election of M. The following day the Grovernor's messrge was received, and the session proceeded in harmony. During the summer ofthe first discovery of gold had been made in Western Dakota, on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains, within the limits of the present Territories of Idaho and Montana; and on the 3d of the following March,Con- gress constructed the new Territory of Idaho, comprising all that portion of Dakota west of the 27th degree of longitude, passing northward through the Black Hills, and near the mouth of the Yellowstone River.
Over twelve thousand people emigrated to the mountain vallsy of Idaho inand in May,the new Territory of Montana was framed out of Eastern Idaho, with a population of ten thousand people, and a yearly product of seven million dollars in gold. The spring of had opened with discouraging prospects to the settlers in Southern Dakota. The fear of a long and disas- trous Indian war was still prevalent among the people.
In June,the Government dispatched to the Territory two thousand mounted troops, under General Sully, who pursued and punished Sissy cock sucker stories Indians at the battle of Whitestone Hills, and after- wards returned to garrison the frontier settlements for the winter.
Fort Sully was built and garrisoned as the most frontier military Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley in the Territory. Dakota's population was augmented in the spring ofby a vallley from the State of Ncav York, headed by Hon. Fos- ter, nearly all of whom located in the Missouri Valley. One of his steamers made the first trip up the Yellowstone River to near mouth of the Big Horn, carrying sup- plies for the troops.
His command numbered about two thousand five hundred men, and notwithstanding detachments of troops were left in his rear to protect the settlements, the United States mail stage was attacked and a murder committed almost within signal-shot of a garrison.
A whole family of innocent and defenceless children were horribly butchered by the Indians at St. Helena, twelve miles below Yankton. The season of was a sad one for the settlements. Not onlv did lurking Indians hang upon the border for robbery and rapine, but unremmitting drouth and clouds of grasshoppers rwpids the bloom from the fields and verdure from the plains, and with the approach of autumn, the despondent farmers repaired with their teams to the neighboring States, to bring in supplies upon which to subsist until another hervest-time.
The prospects for the future were indeed gloomy, and many of the earliest settlers abandoned the Territory for the purpose of riaking homes. On the 11th of October occurred the third Congressional Elec- tion, wherein W.
Burleigh and J. Todd were opposing candidates for Delegate, running substantially upon the same po- litical platform. But little interest dalls manifested, and a small vote was polled. Indians, grasshoppers and continued misfortunes had abated the political and agricultural ardor of a despondent people.
Six hundred and seven votes were polled, of Avhich Bur- leigh received three hundred and eighty-six and Todd two hundred and twenty-two. Burleigh was therefore duly declared by the canvassers to be elected as the third Delegate in Congress.
Sx spring of gave promise of a prosperous future to the Territory. Eighty-five thousand dollars had been appropriated by Congress for the opening of wagon roads through the Territory to the Rocky Mountain gold mines.
James A. Brookings, with 30, was se- lected to construct a road across Dakota from the Minnesota line, out to Cheyenne, to intersect with the Sawyers route, west of the Black Hills. In June, Gen. Sully led eell third expedition up the Missouri Banter and erie pennsylvania into the Indian country, and with the exception of the Brule Creek Massacre in August, Women seeking hot sex lambert and safety generally pre- vailed throughout settled portions of the Territory.
The season was a favorable one for the farmers, and the fields yielded a boun- tiful harvest. Schools were numerously established throughout the Territory, and Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley erection of an Episcopal church was begun at Yankton.
With the opening of spring inthe three years' war with the Indians was declared at an end, and a Board of Peace Commis- sioners, to form treaties of perpetual peace and friendship with the wild tribes of Sioux on the Missouri River, was sent out by the Government, Governor Edmunds, valey Dakota, being one of the Commissioners, and M. Armstrong, Secretary.
The Commis- sion left Yankton by steamboat sshell May, and ascended the Missouri above the mouth of the Yellowstone, into Montana, returning in August, having spent nearly four months in holding councils and making treaties with nearly all the wild tribes on the upper river. In the autumn the regular Congressional election occurred. Burleigh and W. Brookings were opposing candidates. Burleigh ran on the ''Johnson" platform — Brookings as a straight Republican.
The total vote Avas eight hundred and forty-six, of which Burleigh received five hundred and ninety-two, and Brook- ings two hundred and fifty-four, indicating a population of about five thousand.
There was a steady and increasing groAvth in and ; new counties were organized, towns and villages increased, immigra- tion was renewed, the land surveys were extended into the Red River Valley, and the Territory, for the first time, began its career of permanent progress. The first railroad to Sioux City, Iowa, was shelp inLady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley the eastern line of Dakota.
The Union Pacific railroad was also completed through Southwestern Dakota, and the territory of Wyoming was created therefrom by act of Congress. Prior, however, to the separation of Wyoming from Dakota, the fifth congressional election had been held in the autumn ofwhereat the united vote of the two Territories was 4,; S.
Spink received 1. Todd, 1,; M.
Too- hey, ; W. Burleigh, J. Spink was therefore declared elected. Governor Faulk's annual message to the Legislature that winter revealed a very satisfactory condition of the growth, prospects and finances of the territory. The great Sioux Indian Treaty had been made, and the Black Hills country set apart as a reservation for the variovis tribes of Sioux. The white population of Da- kota had increased forty-two per cent. Over one thousand farms had been located by immigrants under the homestead and pre-emp- tion laws.
The harvests were bountiful, and found ready sale by reason of the constant demand to supply the new Indian agencies and military posts on the upper river. Immigration pressed into the territory as never before, selecting homes in the southern counties, on the streams, and at the close of the year the popula- tion of the territory was estimated at twelve thousand.
With the opening ofthe stream of immigration to the southern counties continued to pour in; navigation on the Missouri River far exceeded that of any former season; many large Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley substantial blocks of buildings were built in the various towns, and handsome church edifices and commodious school houses began to take the places of the rude structures of earlier days.
Mer- chants and mechanics prospered, and the farmers were favored with abundant harvests, although in some localities the great prai- rie fires of autumn laid waste much valuable property. The first telegraph line in the Territory was built in the fall ofleading from Sioux City, Iowa, to Yankton. Seven newspapers were published in the Territory, each Republican in politics. The fifth congressional election took place in October,W.
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Three thousand, three hundred and two votes were polled, of which Armstrong received one thousand, one hundred and nine- ty-eight, Burleigh one thousand, one hundred and two, and Spink one thousand and two. Armstrong was declared duly elected. At the assembling of the legislature in December, the message of Governor Burbank pronounced the Territory on the high road to prosperity. The national census of showed the population of Dakota to be fourteen thousand, one hundred and eighty. The succeeding two years were marked by continued prosperity and renewed activity in the matter of railroad building.
Over two hundred miles of railroad were built in Dakota in In Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley of the same year occurred the sixth congressional election.
Moody, W. Brookings and M. Armstrong were the candidates. The total vote of the Territory was forty-five hun- dred and ninety-nine, indicating a population of about twenty- three Tall warkworth skinned straight 8 looking people.
Armstrong received two thousand and. Armstrong was declared elected. The year opened with most encouraging prospects. The railroad to the capital had been completed, and with spring nava- gation the government freights for the upper military posts and Indian agencies were shipped by rail to Yankton, and there trans- ferred to steamboats to be transported up the river.
Looking fo a cedar rapids iowa single mom The season propitious to the husbandman and the yield of wheat and other grains was so large that for the first time in the history of the Territory, considerable shipments were made to eastern markets.
During and grain raising was established as the princi- ple feature of farming in Dakota, and additional flouring mills were erected in diiferent parts of the Territory. With the gathering of the harvests of IST'l, it was demonstrated that the soil and climate of Dakota, rendered it one of the finest wheat-growing regions of the whole West, and the grain was eagerly sought by eastern buyers.
In October came the seventh sbell election in the Ter- ritory. Judge J. W Kidder and M. Armstrong were the candi- dates. Nine falks, five hundred and eighteen votes were re- turned, indicating a total population of nearly fifty thousand.
Todd, Fort Randall, ; W. Bnrleiijli, Bon Homme, ; S. Spink, Yankton, ; W. Armstrong, Yankton, ; JefF P. Kidder, Vermillion, ; G.
Bennett, Deadwood, ; R. Petti- grew, Sioux Falls, present incumbent. The persons who have held ofiices in Dakota Territory under appointment of the President of the United States and other terms of service, are named below: Governors.
Jayne, to ; Newton Edmunds, to 18G6; A. Faulk, to ; John A. Burbank, to. Pennington, to Howard assumed the office of governor on the 14th of April,and died on the 10th of April, All siioux Dakota's ex-Governors, excepting the last named, are dapids ing, and three of them— Edmunds, Faulk and Pennington reside in the territory. Jayne resides in Springfield, Ills. John Hutchinson, to ; S. Rapid, to ; Turney M. Wil- kins to ; Geo A. Batchelder, to ; Edwin S.
Oscar Whitney, to ; Geo. Hani, present incumbent. French, tonow in Loooking Peter C. Shan- non,present Naughty adult dating old mature pussy in vancouver wa. Lorenzo P. Williston, to ; Jo. Gleason, to ; J. Kidder, to ; J.
Brookings, to ; A. Barnes, to ; G. Bennett, to ; G. Moody,present incum- bent; J.
Kidder,present incumbent; Sanford A. Hudson,Female escorts las vegas ent incumbent.
Gleason, to ; Geo. Hand, to ; Wm. Rapida, to ; Hugh J. Campbell, 1S78, present incumbent; Wm Pound died in office. Hill, to ; Wm. Tripp, to ; W. Beadle, to ; W. Dewey, to ; Henry Espersen, to ; C. Fessenden,present incumbent. The following are the names of United States Lady looking nsa sd dell rapids lady looking nsa sd sioux falls lady looking nsa shell valley and In- ternal Revenue officers, given in the order in which they served: U.
Shaffer, Geo. M, Pinney, L. Litchfield, J. Burdick, John B. Internal Revenue Officers. Sliriner, collector; A. Edwards, assessor; G. Bennett, collector; John Pope Hodnett, assessor; Geo. Kingsbury, assessor; W. HoUen- beck, collector; John L. Pennington, collector. Brookings, Austin Cole, H. Belts, John W. Bramble, John H. Shober, J. Shaw Gregory. Waldron, Hugh Donald- son, A. Puett, Lyman Burgess, J.
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