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Any international shipping is paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc. Return me the prisoners, under a flag of truce, and I will talk to you like a man. I have sent your message to Governor Ramsey. You have not done as I wished in giving up the prisoners taken by your people. It would be better for you to do so.
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Families of the Sibley Historic Site. One of the most prominent figures in Minnesota in the nineteenth century was the fur trader, frontier politician, military leader, and public citizen, Henry Hastings Sibley.
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His father, Solomon Sibley, was the territorial congressman from Michigan and later chief justice of the Supreme Court of Michigan Territory. She managed family business affairs while her husband was away in Congress. By the age of eighteen, Henry Sibley had received a good education, including two years in the study of law. He loved outdoor adventure, hunting, shooting and fishing. The study of law became tedious to him and the adventuresome life of the West appealed to him. Sibley was in charge of its affairs, including control of the trade with the Dakota Indians, north of Lake Pepin and west to the headwaters of tributaries of the Missouri River, with headquarters at St.
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He learned the Dakota language and also spoke French in the fur trade. The Dakota called him " Wah - pe -ton hau-ska "—the "tall trader. The latter was turned into the family home after his marriage in to Sarah Jane Steele. She was a sister of Franklin Steele, the sutler at Fort Snelling.
Sarah Sibley became known for her hospitality. Henry and Sarah Sibley had at least nine children, of whom only four survived to adulthood. In , Sibley was commissioned a justice of the peace when Mendota was part of Clayton County, Iowa. Sibley contributed many articles to the Spirit of the Times, a New York magazine of sport. He often wrote on hunting, especially with the Dakota. For these articles he used the pseudonym "Hal, A Dacotah. In , Sibley was sent as a delegate to Congress from the part of the Territory of Wisconsin that remained after the rest of the territory became the State of Wisconsin.
Against much opposition, Sibley obtained the passage of an act on March 3, , organizing the Territory of Minnesota.
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