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Definition of Mankato

  • a town in southern Minnesota

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In November, 1862, four hundred defeated Indian warriors, many of them leaders of their people, were confined in prison-pens at Mankato, Minnesota.
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In March, Mr. Pond visited Mankato again and spent two Sabbaths with the men in prison, establishing them in their new faith.
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And again the Mankato prison-pens witnessed a strange and wondrous scene.
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While these events were transpiring in the prison-pen at Mankato, a similar work of grace was also in progress in the prison camp at Fort Snelling, where fifteen hundred men, women and children, mainly the families of the Mankato prisoners, were confined under guard.
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Thus all that winter long, '62-3, there was in progress within the rude walls of those terrible prison-pens at Mankato, one of the most wonderful revivals since the day of Pentecost.
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Fifty years since the coming of the Pond brothers to Fort Snelling-twenty-one years since the organization of the church in the prison-pen at Mankato.
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Scarcely was the prison-camp, with nearly four hundred Dakota prisoners, three-fourths of them condemned to be hanged, established at Mankato, when Aunt Jane and her brother came to distribute paper and pencils and some books among them.
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He was converted at Mankato, Minnesota, in the prison-pen, and for thirty-two years, he was pastor of the Pilgrim Congregational church at Santee, Nebraska.
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While in the prison-pen at Mankato, he came into a new life "that thinketh no evil of his neighbor.
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In the spring of 1865, he was licensed to preach, by the presbytery of Dakota, at Mankato, Minnesota, and ordained in the following autumn.
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When we split up in St. Paul Howard, Woods, Jim and Clell Miller were to go to Red Wing to get their horses, while Chadwell, Pitts, Bob and myself were to go to St. Peter or Mankato, but Bob and Chadwell missed the train and they had me in a stew to know what had happened to them.
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Finally, a few days later, the boys joined us, having bought their horses at Mankato.
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Bob’s shattered elbow was requiring frequent attention, and that night we made only nine miles, and Monday, Monday night and Tuesday we spent in a deserted farm-house close to Mankato.
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No sooner, however, was he released than he made posthaste into Mankato to announce our presence, and in a few minutes another posse was looking for us.
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Suspecting, however, that he would do so, we were soon on the move, and that night we evaded the guard at the Blue Earth river bridge, and about midnight made our way through Mankato.
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I had talked with him about a bridge between two lakes near there, and accordingly when it became known that the robbers had passed Mankato Vought thought of this bridge, and it was guarded by him and others for two nights.
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Bob's shattered elbow was requiring frequent attention, and that night we made only nine miles, and Monday, Monday night and Tuesday we spent in a deserted farm-house close to Mankato.
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Miss Maude Van Buren, Mankato, Minn.
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Examples of Mankato

Example #1
While free on the prairies, these wild warriors had bitterly hated the missionaries with all the intensity of their savage natures.
Example #2
But now occurred the strangest phase of this wondrously strange story.
Example #3
Before his departure, he administered the Lord's supper, to these new converts.
Example #4
They huddle themselves together every morning and evening, read the scriptures, sing hymns, confess one to another and pray together.
Example #5
Three hundred embittered, defeated Indian warriors, manacled, fettered with balls and chains,-but clothed and in their right minds,-were sitting in groups upon the wintry grounds reverently observing the Lord's supper.