2 edition of Dakota Territory, 1861-1889 found in the catalog.
Dakota Territory, 1861-1889
Howard Roberts Lamar
|Series||Yale Western American paperbound -- YW12, Yale historical publications -- 64.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
eastern region of South Dakota in the last decade before statehood. This period has been neglected by recent scholars, in part because it was often assumed that the standard work, Howard Lamar's Dakota Territory, A Study of Frontier Politics, published in , had . 1 Howard R. Lamar, Dakota Territory, (New Haven, ). 2 David J. Weber, "A Southerner at Yale Views the West: A Roundtable on the Work of Howard Lamar," Western Historical Quarterly 36 (Summer ):
Finding the frontier to be not as self-sufficient or democratic as Turner had claimed, Lamar, in that first book, Dakota Territory, , emphasized the critical role of the federal government in the economic survival and political development of a western region. Sitting Bull was born in Dakota Territory.   In , Sitting Bull's great-grandson asserted from family oral tradition that Sitting Bull was born along the Yellowstone River, south of present-day Miles City, Montana.  He was named Jumping Badger at birth.  When Jumping Badger was fourteen years old he accompanied a group of Lakota warriors (which included his father and his uncle.
Dakota War of (2 C, 38 F) Delegates to the United States House of Representatives from Dakota Territory (2 C, 3 F) Media in category "Dakota Territory"Dissolved, abolished or demolished: The northern portion of the Louisiana Purchase became the Dakota Territory on 2 March , covering present-day North & South Dakota, most of present-day Montana, and about half of present-day Wyoming. Settlers stayed away due to the hostile Indian tribes until after the U.S. Civil War, at which time the Northern Pacific Railway began laying.
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Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. Daniel Boorstin's copy of Dakota Territory,a study of Frontier Politics by Howard Roberts Lamar. The 6 by 9 inch hardcover book is pages and in good condition. The dust jacket has some tears to the edges and the bottom half of the spine has been cut away.
Dakota Territory Microfilm After statehood the Dakota Territory records were divided and North and South Dakota each received half of the records.
Most of the records were microfilmed so both states would have them. Yale University Press, - Dakota Territory - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Dakota Territory, A 1861-1889 book of Frontier Politics, Volume 64 Dakota territory, a.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lamar, Howard Roberts. Dakota territory, Fargo: Institute for Regional Studies, NDSU, Title: Dakota Territory Microfilm. Dates: Record Series: Quantity: 86 microfilm rolls (#) Abstract: After statehood the Dakota Territory records were divided and North and South Dakota each received half of the records.
Most of the records were microfilmed so both states would have them. Dakota Territory records are from Dakota Territory Supreme Court, Legislature, Governor, the Secretary.
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Dakota territory, New Haven: Yale University Press,  (OCoLC) Dakota Territory (–) Lost Dakota, a small, remote exclave of Dakota Territory untilwhen it was transferred to Montana Territory Department of.
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Dakota Territory, Dakota Territory's at-large congressional district is an obsolete congressional district that encompassed the entire Dakota Territory prior to admission to the Union. The district elected a delegate to the United States Congress. South Dakota (Dakota Territory ) state, territorial, and colonial censuses: Exact Date: Population Schedules: Exist Exist Exist Exist Exist Exist for only the counties of Beadle, Brule, Pratt (now Jones), Presho (now Lyman), Campbell, and Charles Mix.
The collection contains reports of the Adjutant General of Dakota Territory, Special Orders Book from the Territorial Adjutant General’s office, loose copies of special orders, General Order Book from Territorial Adjutant General’s office, roster of Dakota Territory National Guard formilitia pay warrants issued to South Dakotans.
Dakota Territory was formed in It included all of North Dakota, all of South Dakota, most of Montana, and most of Wyoming. InDakota Territory was reduced to just North Dakota and South Dakota.
Twenty‐one years later, on November 2,North Dakota and South Dakota became states. Dakota Territory, – A Study of Frontier Politics. New Haven: Yale University Press, New Haven: Yale University Press, Leola Centennial Anniversary Book, – Pioneer Life, Dakota Territory, FM Record of Veterans Buried in Brookings County UAB75 Recollections and History of Lake Hendricks Township FB F56 A Short Historical Presentation on Some Early Settlement in Brookings Co.
Historic Preservation LibraryFile Size: 52KB. Dakota Territory A Study of Frontier Politics. New Haven: Yale University Press, Lansing, Mike. Insurgent Democracy: The Nonpartisan League in the North American West.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Larson, Carl F. "A History of the Automobile in North Dakota to " North Dakota History Vol. 54 No. 4 (Fall Catherine Stock is the author of Rural Radicals: Righteous Rage in the American is also the author of Main Street in Crisis: The Great Depression and the Old Middle Class on the Northern Plains, plus the introduction to Dakota Territory, A Study of Frontier Politics, by Howard Roberts Lamar.
She served as the College Marshal in The work The New Encyclopedia of the American West is a revised version of the book The Reader’s Encyclopedia of the American West, also edited by Lamar. His other books include Dakota Territory, A Study of Frontier Politics; The Far Southwest, ; and Texas Crossings: The Lone Star State and the Far West.
Twelve Quiet Men: An Historical Novel of the Vigilante Raids of in Montana and Dakota Territory by Little, Michael Edward and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Howard R.
Lamar, Dakota Territory, – (New Haven, ). This essay explores Lamar's turn toward the study of western history, explains the origins of his first book, Dakota Territory, and argues that Lamar s leadership can serve as a model to all western : Jon Lauck.Lamar, Howard R.
Dakota Territory, A Study of Frontier Politics (). Lounsberry, Clement A. Early history of North Dakota, () anexcellent history by the editor of the Bismarck Tribune; pp online edition Lysengen, Janet Daley and Rathke, Ann M., eds.