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You are not signed in. German Die Thematik dieses Berichts darf nicht auf die leichte Schulter genommen werden. German Alle Beteiligten werden sich gegenseitig auf die Schulter klopfen, weil sie hart daran gearbeitet haben.

German Es besteht natürlich das Risiko, dass man mir und anderen vorwirft, die Dinge auf die leichte Schulter zu nehmen. German Unterstellen zu wollen, dass Leute solche Aktionen auf die leichte Schulter nehmen, ist lächerlich.

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German Da oben ist eine Kamera, nur knapp über meiner linken Schulter. German Die Kommission kann die Kritik deshalb auf die leichte Schulter nehmen.

German Du bluffst, damit die Ärzte dir auf die Schulter klopfen. German Machen wir uns alle gemeinsam Schulter an Schulter an die Arbeit.

German Diese Entscheidung wurde nicht auf die leichte Schulter genommen. German Ich denke, wir können uns alle auf die Schulter klopfen.

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Persecuted to distraction by the North West people, their lot became a hard one. The story of their sufferings is one of the most heartrending in the history of this Northern region.

In their crops having been destroyed by grasshoppers, they sent to Prairie du Chien in the following spring for seed. Three Mackinac boats laden with wheat, oats and peas went to their relief, puisuant to a business agreement entered into with contractors at that trading post.

This was the first consignment of freight from Prairie du Chien to the Red River Settlement, a noteworthy fact. The boatmen retmned across the plains on foot and from Big Stone Lake by canoe.

It was some of these men, probably, that Kearny saw, as they would have been just about returning at this time. Historical and Personal," by H.

Started at 6 A. Peters on the Mississippi, not having seen the latter river since our leaving the Indian village, our course having been about N.

In early childhood he removed to Danville, Vt. He studied law at Delhi, N. Erastus Root and practiced with him At the outbreak of the war with England he raised a company in Delaware County, which was taken into the 25th U.

Infantry Regiment, with himself as captain, 25 April, He was promoted to major in the 9th Infantry, 15 Aug. He was transferred to the 2d Infantry, 17 May, After the war he obtained a leave of absence, and in the following year became a member of the Legislature in the State of New York.

His wife and daughter are said to have been the first white women to travel through the wilderness to this remote station.

The outfit consisted of 98 soldiers, 20 boatmen, with the requisite supplies, in 17 batteaux and other craft. They arrived 14 Aug.

Peter's Minnesota River, and forthwith threw up the cantonment which later became Fort Snelling see note 6. Before the permanent buildings were completed Leaven- 28 Journal of S.

In he com- manded a successful expedition against the Arickaree Indians miles above Council Bluff on the Missouri River.

For this service he was specially mentioned by the department commander and commended both by Secretary of War Calhoun and by President Monroe in his annual message.

On 25 July, , he completed ten years continuous service in the grade of brevet colonel, for which he received the brevet of brigadier general, as of said date, although actually the promotion was not given him until , owing to a long pending uncertainty in the War Depart- ment as to the proper interpretation of the law in its application to brevet grades.

He became colonel of the 3d Infantry, 16 Dec, , with station at Green Bay. Late in the summer of he brought his regiment down the Mississippi to St.

Louis and went into camp 19 Sept. Kearny, with a battalion of the 1st Infantry, had arrived there two months before, on the abandonment of old Cantonment Belle- fontaine, 10 July, The troops built temporary log cabins for the winter, and the post was given the name "Jefferson Barracks," 23 Oct.

See editorial note " The Beginning of Jefferson Barracks. In the spring of permanent stone buildings were begun, under the supervision of Gen.

Atkinson, but the 3d Infantry, under Col. Leavenworth, was diverted from the work to undertake a new mission. As soon as navigation opened, four companies of the regiment embarked in keel boats 17 April, and went up the Missouri for the purpose of establishing, near the mouth of the Little Platte, still another post.

On May 8, Col. Leavenworth wrote that he had chosen a site for it on the right bank of the Missouri, and had begun the erection of the new cantonment.

He did not know it was to be named for him and was to become the largest and most im- portant of all our army posts.

The city of Leavenworth, Kansas, grew up near the post and further commemorates his name. The honor of having so large a part in the establishment of three prominent military posts probably fell to no other officer before or since.

In Leaven- worth and his troops returned to Cantonment Jefferson, near St. Louis, where he became post commander. The command of the whole south- western frontier was given to him in , in which year he took charge of an expedition against hostile Pawnee and Comanche Indians.

While engaged on this duty he contracted a fever from which The Council Bluff— St. Bluffs — we were likewise cordially received by all the officers at the Post, who were a Httle astonished at the sight of us, we having been the First Whites that ever crossed at such a distance from the Missouri to the Missis- sippi river.

The object of the exploring party which I have accom- panied from the C. Peters , the one we have come is not, in the least, adapted for that purpose.

A very great portion of the country in the neighborhood of our route could be of no other object at anytime to our gov't in the acquisition he died, 21 July, , at a place called Cross Timbers, Indian Territory.

Four days after his death, but before the news of it reached the East, his promotion to the full grade of brigadier general was announced at Wash- ington, the ten years since the date of his brevet rank in that grade hav- ing been completed.

His death caused profound sorrow, not only in his regiment but throughout the army. A monument to his memory was erected by his regiment, the 3d Infantry.

His remains were taken East, but many years later were brought to Fort Leavenworth and there interred with befitting ceremony. In the truest sense Gen.

Leavenworth was a pioneer of the West. The better part of his life was spent on the frontier in the arduous service of helping to prepare a vast domain for set- tlement and civilization.

Diet, of the U. Davis, in the Journal of the U. Ass'n, viii, p Leavenworth, being a magistrate and authorized to exercise the functions appertaining thereto in the N.

The bridegroom, Piatt R. Green, was the regimental adjutant. He was born in New York State; entered the army 31 May, , as ensign in the 21st Infantry; promoted to 2d lieutenant, 1 Oct.

The bride was the daughter of Capt. George Gooding, of the 5th Infantry, who were stationed at the post and were among the first arrivals there.

Gooding is said to have been the first lady to visit the Falls of St. Gooding left the army in and became sutler at Prairie du Chien, continuing as such till After his death his widow married John W.

Lieu- tenant Green and his wife remained at the post several years. Their little son died and was buried there. Ann Ad- ams," Minn.

After breakfast, in company with Col. The view, as presented to me from the W. About 30 yards from the E.

The roaring of the water may be heard for a considerable 32 Journal of S. The distance of the Falls of St. Anthony from the mouth of St.

Peters, have as much appearance of a large Fall having been at that place, as those of Queenston have; and why is it not as probable? I have mentioned the above as a curiosity, leaving it for others to investigate the history of the Falls, I merely vouch- ing for the correctness of the appearance of them.

Returned to camp at sun down. Started at 9 A. The entrance to it is about ten feet wide, the height of it five feet. The arch within is near fifteen feet high, and about thirty-five broad.

The bottom of it consists of fine clear sand. About twenty-five feet from the entrance begins a lake, the water of which is transparent and extends to an unsearchable distance.

At a little distance from this drary sic cavern is a burying place of several bands of the Naudowessie Indians. The cave was also visited by Pike, in See Coues' Pike's Expedition, p.

Naudowessie was the ancient term applied to the Sioux Indians. The passengers in the boat, being desirous to proceed with as little delay as possible, we returned to it, not however with our curiosity gratified, as we had wished to penetrate 'till stopped by difficulties we could not overcome.

The name was borne by successive individuals through several generations. This chief was in the council of Sioux that treated with Pike in for the sale of the land at the mouth of the St.

Peter's as a site for the fort. Coues' Pike's Expedition, pp. He was in the War of , serving with the other Sioux chiefs already mentioned, at the attack on Fort Sandusky.

Major Forsyth, who accompanied Leavenworth on the trip up the Mississippi in to found the post at the mouth of the St.

Peter's, in a letter to Gov. Clark mentions visiting Little Crow's village "at a place called the Grand Marie, being 23 leagues above the Red Wing's village, and within five leagues of the mouth of the St.

Here I found in the Little Crow a steady, generous and independent In- dian; he acknowledged the sale of the land at the mouth of the St.

Peter's River to the United States, and said he had been looking every year since the sale for the troops to build a fort, and was now happy to see us all, as the Sioux would now have their Father with them.

Little Crow made a visit to Washington in Croix river about dusk, yards wide, flowing in on the E. Weighed anchor at 4 A. A picture of it engraved by Seymour appears in Keating 's Long's Expedi- tion, i, at p.

Tradition, of course, describes her as "a beauteous young Indian maiden. Carver in his Travels p. Long's party decided against it. Kearny's version of the origin of the name is probably right.

Pike's text , p. The name was borne by three chiefs in successive generations, and is derived from "wapa" a leaf and "sha" red , meaning "red leaf.

Wabasha II, his son, is the one mentioned above, a chief equally great, who grew in credit and renown with years.

He led the whole Sioux contingent in the War of His influence over the other chiefs probably gained for him this honor. And yet he professed not to be a warrior, believing that Indians could prosper only at peace with one another and with the whites.

He seems to have been induced to join the fortunes of the British against his inclination. After the war the Indians were left in a wretched condition, and in conse- quence were much downcast.

Cass preserved a touching speech of Wabasha's, made at Drummond's Island in , when Col. McDowell, the British commander, offered him some presents.

A few knives and blankets. Is this all you promised us at the beginning of the war? Where are those prom- ises you made us at Michilimackinac, and sent to our villages on the Mississippi?

You told us you would never let fall the hatchet until the Americans were driven beyond the mountains; that our British father would never make peace without consulting his red children.

Has that come to pass? We never knew of this peace. We are now told it was made by our great father beyond the water, without the knowledge of his war-chiefs; that it is our duty to obey his orders.

What is this to us? Will these paltry presents pay for the men we have lost? Will they make good your promises to us? For myself, I am an old man.

I have lived long, and always found the means of supporting myself, and I can so still. Two years later he was visited at his village by Maj.

Long, who says of him: He was seen in by Gen. Henry Whiting, who describes him as a small man with a patch over one eye, who nevertheless impressed everyone with respect, and whose profile was said to resemble that of the illustrious Conde.

His people treated him with reverence. Unlike all other speakers in council, he spoke sitting, considering, it was said, that he was called upon to stand only in the presence of his great father at Washington, or his representative at St.

It will be noticed above, in the text of the journal, that he seated himself before addressing Kearny's party. This was the year following the establishment of the military post at the mouth of the St.

Peter's above Wabasha's village. From the speech we gather that he had not yet become accustomed to the idea of having the Americans on the river above him, although he himself had been a party to the cession of the land to the United States some years before.

A few years later, however, he seems to have become reconciled, for Keating chronicles 38 Journal of S. Indian a brother-in-law of Col.

Leaving his village, we continued to "La Montague qui He is represented as being a wise and prudent man, a forcible and im- pressive orator.

Beltrami, the imaginative Italian traveler, who idealized all the Indians he saw, said Wabasha's "appearance was that of a great statesman, wanting nothing to complete the resemblance but an embroidered coat, a large portfolio under his arm, and spectacles.

Wabasha's village was on the site of the present Winona, Minn. For Wabasha III, his successor, see note 50, infra.

He took a prominent part in encouraging the Western tribes to take up arms against the Americans. Yet he was instrumental in saving many Americans from barbarous treatment at the hands of the savages.

In he was brought to St. Louis a prisoner, charged with alienating the Sioux from the United States, in complicity with Lord Selkirk.

He was soon afterward released and allowed to return to Canada. Started at 4 A. It cannot be termed an island, as it rises immediately from the brink of the water to a considerable height.

Both the Indians and the French call it the Mountain in the River. Although Coues speaks of Wabasha III as the son of the old chief, and says he resided at the village below Lake Pepin, we have the authority of Long, who met both the old chief and his designated successor, that the latter was a nephew.

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Da die Red-Line die rote Kurve die Ergebnisse aus Händen, die nicht bis zum Showdown gespielt wurden, anzeigt, könnte man annehmen, das dieser Spieler zu selten blufft oder zu häufig passt.

Eine tiefere Analyse zeigt jedoch schnell, wie leicht man hier falsch liegen kann. Since the red line shows the results in non-showdown pots we should assume that the player is bluffing too rarely or folding too often, right?

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The entry has been added to your favourites. Intermediates will usually manage this trail, but will likely walk through a significant number of little tech challenges.

There also used to be a route straight over the top here. If bikes start riding it again, you might notice another route heading uphill. Heading west as the trail gets more techy.

The slickrock becomes more technical, and much more fun. The side-slope becomes steeper on both the uphill and downhill sides as the trail contours a small shelf.

Despite the appearance, this is actually a fairly easy area to ride. As you come up to the top again, the route continues west on top of the now-narrow ridge.

You'll reach a spot with some drop-offs where the trail seems to disappear. This isn't the end! Watch for a narrow foot chute descending steeply on the left.

For me, the chute was unrideable -- my handlebars would not fit through the drop-off area in the chute. As you hit the bottom, veer right again.

Approaching the chute area. Follow a twisting course west through the rocks, aiming for the top of the next hill. As you begin climbing, there are some ledges and the trail becomes hard to follow.

Pick your way uphill -- probably on foot -- until you get above the rocks and find a singletrack in the sage brush. When you reach the singletrack, celebrate by circling around the cliffs over the golf course.

In , the passage up to the singletrack was a guessing game, and the circle route itself wasn't seeing as much traffic as in years past.

Rolling down from the circle. After completing the loop, backtrack. On the way, consider hitting one of the connecting trails up to the City Creek trail or try a bit of the Pioneer Park trail across the parkway.

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