Published on March 9, 2011 by Alice
1827 was the so-called Winnebago War held in protest against assaults Euro-American settlers against Winnebago. Red Bird, and Wekau Chickhonsic occupied on 26.6.1827 the trading post of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, and Red Bird killed in a previously unplanned action shot and the dealer Gagnier Chickhonsic Lipcap the retailer in the melee. Wekau scalped eleven months of the child Gagnier, but survived the attack. The chiefs tried to move, neighboring Indians to revolt, but was hardly anyone’s reputation. In September 1828 Chickhonsic was convicted for the murder of Lipcap to death by hanging, but was made by the President of the United States, John Quincy Adams, a pardon, because this just in Washington received a delegation of Winnebago to negotiate. For Red Bird and his colleagues Wekau the pardon came too late as they had died in prison of disease.
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