The Dakota Conflict Trials: Bibiography and Links

U. S. Army, Military Commission, Sioux War Trials 1862; Trial Transcripts; File P1423, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota

Anderson, Gary & Woolworth, Alan, Through Dakota Eyes (Minn. Historical Society, 1988)
Carley, Kenneth, The Sioux Uprising of 1862 (Minn. Historical Society, 1976)
Fearing, Jerry, The Picture History of the Minnesota Sioux Uprising (St.Paul Pioneer Press, 1962)
Folwell, William, A History of Minnesota (Vol. ll)(Minn. Historical Society, 1924)
Gilman, Rhoda, The Story of Minnesota's Past (Minn. Historical Society, 1989)
Heard, Isaac, History of the Sioux Wars and the Massacres of 1862 and 1863 (1864)
Isch, John, Guilty as Charged: The 1862-1864 Military Commission Trials of the Dakota (2010)

Meyer, Roy, History of the Santee Sioux (Nebraska Press, 1967)
Nix, Jacob, The Sioux Uprising in Minnesota, 1862: Jacob Nix's Eyewitness History (First published in German in 1887,  republished Max Kade German-American Center in English in 1994)
Saterlee, Marion, A Detailed Accout of the Massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in 1862 (1923)
Schultz, Duane, Over the Earth I Came: The Great Sioux Uprising of 1862 (St. Maarten Press, 1993)
Westerman, Gwen and White, Bruce, Mni Sota Makoce: The Land of the Dakota (Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2012)

Whipple, Bishop Henry, Lights and Shadows of a Long Episcopate (MacMillan, 1902)
Wingerd, Mary, The Making of Minnesota (Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2010)

Legal Periodicals
Chomsky, Carol, The United States--Dakota War Trials: A Study in Military Injustice, 43 Stanford Law
    Review 13 (1990)

KTCA (Twin Cities Public Television), The Dakota Conflict (Narrated by Garrison Keillor)(1992)

This American Life, "Little War on the Prairie" (November 23, 2012)(radio documentary by John Biewen)
Growing up in Mankato, Minnesota, John Biewen says, nobody ever talked about the most important historical event ever to happen there: in 1862, it was the site of the largest mass execution in U.S. history. Thirty-eight Dakota Indians were hanged after a war with white settlers. John went back to Minnesota to figure out what really happened 150 years ago, and why Minnesotans didn’t talk about it much after.

Minnesota Historical Society

"Dakota Exile"