18 Unique Stations from Border to Border
Documentary | A Clash of Cultures: Understanding the 1862 Dakota War.
Segments | Short pieces exploring the aspects, issues and the tragic aftermath of the Dakota War of 1862.
(Episode 12) In this episode we cast a light on the forced removal of the Dakota and Winnebago people from Minnesota in the spring of 1863.
(Episode 19) This Episode shines a light on the efforts of one legislator, Dean Urdahl, and reconciliation.
(Episode 20) This episode looks at why the Dakota war is so important in the history of the State of Minnesota.
(Episode 18) This episode looks at the question of erecting a monument to the hanging of the 38 men in Mankato, Should it be done at all?
(Episode 17) This episode brings into view the question of racism.
(Episode 16) This episode shines a light on the question of savagery and what exactly does it mean.
(Episode 8) In this episode we look at Gabriel Renvill, the leader of the Sisseton Band of the Dakota.
(Episode 11) Today’s episode shines a light on Abraham Lincoln and his role in the war.
(Episode 9) Today’s Episode looks at George E. H. Day and how the war might have been prevented.
(Episode 15) This episode shines a light on the changing face of history and the telling of the tales.