additional

Additional information Wapasha:

additionalMeans "red leaf" in the Dakota language. This was the name of several Sioux chiefs.

books

Books about Wapasha:

booksWapasha and the Rabbi by Howard S Selden (Jan 7, 2011)

booksWapasha and the Jew by Howard S. Selden (Sep 7, 2013)

booksA History of Wapasha's Prairie (1660-1853) First Called Keoxa, Later Winona, Minnesota by Myron A. Nilles (2005)

booksA History of Wapasha's Prairie (Later Winona, Minnesota). by Myron A. Nilles (1978)

booksA history of Wapasha's Prairie (later Winona, Minnesota), 1660-1853 by Myron A Nilles (1978)

booksA History of Wapasha's Prairie (Later Winona, Minnesota), 660 - 1853 by Myron A. Nilles (1978)

wiki

Wiki information Wapasha:

Wapasha I
Tribal chief, Deceased Person, Person

Wapasha was the name of a Mdewakanton Dakota chief. Wapasha was born in present-day Minnesota in 1718. During his youth he befriended the agents of King Louis XV of France and was a long-time friend to the French against the British. Wapasha and his...

Wapasha III
Tribal chief, Person

Wapasha was a Mdewakanton chief, also known as Joseph Wapasha. Chief Wa-pa-sha, signed the 1851 and 1858 treaties that ceded the southern half of what is now the state of Minnesota to the USA. These land sales began the removal of his band to the...