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In The Circle article titled its author Jon Lurie describes how Wyatt Thomas (Dakota) traveled to Mille Lacs County from Nebraska where he lives on a reservation as a member of the Santee Dakota Tribe.
"Thomas said that Minnesota, and Ogechie lake in particular, was, to him, home.
"The Mdewakanton, ' about a 2008 Wakan Wakpa ("Rum River") Canoe Expedition that provided a group of inner-city Dakota boys from Minneapolis and St.
Paul an opportunity to paddle the natural artery of their ancestors Le Moine La Pointe, director of the Healthy Nations Program at the Minneapolis American Indian Center, is quoted: (1.) "Their 165-mile paddle from Mille Lacs Lake to Minneapolis commemorated many important aspects of Dakota history and culture..." (2.)"The Rum, known for centuries as Wakan Wakpa (Holy River), is an important spiritual and cultural artery to the Dakota who, until 1745, lived at Mille Lacs (Mde Wakan) and considered it the center of their world." Another article about this topic is entitled .
By Thomas Ivan Dahlheimer The Sioux, or Dakota, consist of seven tribes in three major divisions: Wahpekute, Mdewakanton, Wahpeton, Sisseton (who together form the Santee or Eastern division, sometimes referred to as the Dakota), the Yankton and Yanktonai (who form the Middle division, sometimes referred to as the Nakota), and the Teton (who form the Western division, sometimes referred to as the Lakota). These people came to be known as the Mdewakanton, which translated means 'Water of the Great Spirit.'" The "Rum River" flows through Ogechie Lake.
The words Lakota and Dakota (Lakota/Dakota) are sometimes used as different pronunciations of the same tribal name for the seven Sioux tribes, which means "the allies." "In 1656, the Dakotas were living near in five villages numbering about 5,000 people. The Yankon and Yantonai left Mille Lacs at about this time." "From what was written on this subject by Hennepin, La Hontan, Le Sueur, and Charlevoix, and from the maps published under the superintendence of these authors, it is sufficiently clear that in the latter part of the 17th century the principal residence of the Isanyati Sioux [Mdewakanton, Wahpeton, Wahpekute, and Sisseton] was about the headwaters of Rum river, .... This lake is located one-eighth mile down river from Mille Lacs Lake, the source of this river.
The Ojibwe then, temporarily, took possession of the Dakota people's stolen Mille Lacs Lake homeland.
And it is where the Isanti/Santee Dakota genocide first began.A history of the Dakota people's expulsion from their sacred Wakan/"Mille Lacs" Lake homeland "You must .