Years of research were necessary to tell the human side of the 1862 Sioux Uprising. Few understand the death of thirty-eight men on December 26, 1862, and fewer still know that one man received a last minute pardon from President Lincoln. The thirty-ninth man sentenced to die was named by Lincoln as Tatemina--Round Wind. The reason for his imprisonment and subsequent pardon are factual, my fictional story brings the human element to the front while honoring the facts from this time in Minnesota's history.

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