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hermin1: eaglestarwoman: Were Vern and Jockey born after 1940? if so, then that would explain why I couldn't find anything on them. Jan 6, 2015 15:41:17 GMT -5
hermin1: if you would like a family tree on the Traversies, just log into, World Connect project, and type the name into the search engine, and see what you get. Jan 6, 2015 15:43:07 GMT -5
johncase: Even after I registered I cannot post of the board. In a discussion someone asked about Mae Tuey (Iona Mae Tuey) I know where she is buried. Can you attaché this to that post. or contact the person interested. my email is Jan 6, 2015 17:42:35 GMT -5
hermin1: johncase, your name does not appear on thwe members lists. Are you sure you registered as a member and not a guest? Jan 8, 2015 16:15:56 GMT -5
hermin1: I will try to find the posting and post your message with your Email. Jan 8, 2015 16:16:28 GMT -5
hermin1: welcome to the website. Jan 8, 2015 16:16:39 GMT -5
hermin1: johncase: I sent Stephanie an email with your message and email.i also attached your info and email to the posting. Jan 8, 2015 16:27:12 GMT -5
hermin1: johncase: the email I sent to the person who asked about ms tuey was returned. I am so sorry. Jan 28, 2015 12:11:48 GMT -5
oyateasawin: That I know of Julia Williams was only married to Thomas Williams. However, I am finding out he was married and had a son before Julia. Feb 17, 2015 19:35:08 GMT -5
mjarivers: Looking for former students of Immaculate Conception Indian Mission School, Stephan South Dakota. Please email Feb 21, 2015 19:16:26 GMT -5
hermin1: mjarivers,isent you an email with what I could find for you. Welcome to our website. Feb 27, 2015 13:30:00 GMT -5
schleper: Hello. I am trying to find out information about the Shakopee Dynasty, and specifically the wives of the Chief Sakpe (ca 1750-1827), Chief Sakpe (ca 1794-1862) and Chief Sakpedan (1811-1865). Any help would be helpful. Thank you. -David Mar 9, 2015 20:25:26 GMT -5
hermin1: david: I only have a little information on the latter two shakpe's,at this time. but I will do a search and hopefully may find information on their families.i would recommend that you see what the innesota Historical society may have on them. Mar 10, 2015 1:53:24 GMT -5
hermin1: their website is Mar 10, 2015 1:53:42 GMT -5
hermin1: type in their name in the search box and see what you come up with. Mar 10, 2015 1:54:09 GMT -5
hermin1: David: ShakopeeI's wife was White buffalo woman. They had asextuplet male boys, and shakopeeI adopted the son-a biological twin- of Chief Osaawindib,an Ojibwa. Mar 11, 2015 12:21:02 GMT -5
hermin1: ShakopeeII's descendents whoidentified themselves with the Ojibwa rather thanDakota,are surname Shaugobay or Shagbinca.His son, Shakpedan(Dakota) or Zhaagobens(Ojibwa) Mar 11, 2015 12:24:38 GMT -5
hermin1: became Chief after Shakopee II died. Mar 11, 2015 12:25:10 GMT -5
hermin1: I have not been able to find out who the Second and third shakopees's wives were. Mar 11, 2015 12:25:34 GMT -5
hermin1: David: Shakopee III or Shakpedan, apparently had at least a son that was killed before the uprising, by whites, while he was hunting. Mar 12, 2015 23:50:00 GMT -5