A recent release of Native American Tribal Histories contains many documents about the Blackhawk War in 1832. Included among them are letters, a journal from the Rock River Subagency, and the report of a Frenchman operating as an American spy. On June 11, 1832, General Henry Atkinson wrote a letter to “Whirling Thunder, White Crow, and other chiefs and braves of the Winnebago Nation” describing their shared interests and the strategy he hoped they would employ against the Sauk. Brothers...
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