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Winnebago War, 1827
Participants [1][2]
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History

The Winnebago War (also called the Winnebago Indian Disturbances of 1827) took place in Michigan Territory (now Wisconsin). The United States sent troops from Illinois and Michigan to the Prairie du Chien area where the Winnebago surrendered. [1][2]

Records

States:

Native Americans:

  • Winnebago

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 United States. National Archives Microfilm Publications. Pamphlet Describing M1505: Compiled Military Service Records of Michigan and Illinois Volunteers who Served During the Winnebago Indian Disturbances of 1827. Washington, National Archives Trust Fund Board, 1988.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Wisconsin Historical Society, Wisconsin soldiers who served in the Winnebago War (1827), (accessed 3 April 2012).



 

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