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A Clash of Cultures: Understanding the 1862 Dakota War Clash of Cultures: Understanding the 1862 Dakota War
Produced by Milt & Jamie Lee (for AMPERS)

On August 17, 1862 a group of four young Dakota men on a hunting expedition killed five settlers who lived along the Minnesota river in what is now southwest Minnesota…and a war began. This week marks the 50th anniversary of this historical conflict. A Clash of Cultures: The 1862 Dakota War is a production of ampers-Diverse Radio for Minnesota Communities. Join ampers stations across Minnesota for this 60 minute documentary and more.
Produced by Milt & Jamie Lee (for AMPERS)

On August 17, 1862 a group of four young Dakota men on a hunting expedition killed five settlers who lived along the Minnesota river in what is now southwest Minnesota…and a war began. This week marks the 50th anniversary of this historical conflict. A Clash of Cultures: The 1862 Dakota War is a production of ampers-Diverse Radio for Minnesota Communities. Join ampers stations across Minnesota for this 60 minute documentary and more.

Lots of cool shit this week, including an interview with Billy Payne of Little Feat; advance track by Mr. Dylan, new Ian Hunter, new Ry Cooder; plus lots of Leon Russell, Doug Sahm, our weekly installment of Flo & Eddie, Deke Dickerson, etc. etc. etc. etc.

Liberty Finch & DJ Izzy are back from their dream vacation in sunny southern California. This week the Pop Shop recognizes National Dog Day and the Great Minnesota Get-Together, and spins recent acquisitions to the Lincoln Terrace music library.

A Clash of Cultures: Understanding the 1862 Dakota War
Produced by Milt & Jamie Lee (for AMPERS)

On August 17, 1862 a group of four young Dakota men on a hunting expedition killed five settlers who lived along the Minnesota river in what is now southwest Minnesota…and a war began. This week marks the 50th anniversary of this historical conflict. A Clash of Cultures: The 1862 Dakota War is a production of ampers-Diverse Radio for Minnesota Communities. Join ampers stations across Minnesota for this 60 minute documentary and more.

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