”(CNN) — On this week more than 150 years ago, dozens of Native American men were killed by the government in the largest mass execution in US history.
Dakota natives went to war against white settlers in Minnesota, which had just become a state four years prior.
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The uprising ended on December 26, when 38 Dakota natives were hanged in Mankato, Minnesota, in a mass execution. The remaining natives were forced to leave Minnesota -- at first being held at a camp and then being sent out of the state.