The Battle of Stony Lake was the third and last engagement of Henry Hastings Sibley's 1863 campaign against the Santee, Yankton, Yanktonai and Teton Sioux in Dakota Territory.
300-400 Native American warriors, women, and children were killed. A mere 40 men perished on the side of the US army.
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Map of the Operations Against the Sioux in North Dakota
An artist's depiction of the death of Sibley aide Lt. Beaver of the 7th Minnesota Infantry after the Battle of Stony Lake On July 29, 1863.