Category Archives: Scott W. Berg

Summer Author Appearances

This morning, a general-reader friend headed out of town asked me, “Are there any Dakota War books that are good reads? Like I could lost in the story reading in hammock at the cabin?” Last summer neither of my top … Continue reading

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38 Nooses

Last summer, I had the pleasure of visiting with Scott W. Berg when he was in town to visit family. I was also happy to snare him for an appearance at the Pond House on August 12, 2012, where Scott, … Continue reading

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Scott W. Berg Interview

I love historiography–the story of how history is made. And I love that in this year of 150th commemorative of the Dakota War of 1862, I live at a crossroads where history is being made. This interview with Scott W. … Continue reading

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