Death Spot of Little Crow
Chief Little Crow was the best known leader of the Sioux Uprising of 1862. A bounty was put on his head. On July 3, 1863, a farmer and his son accidentally came across Little Crow and his son (the latter two were reportedly picking raspberries). Both sides were armed, shots were exchanged, and Little Crow fell with a mortal wound to the stomach. The farmers were awarded $545.00.
In 1929, a plaque was bolted to a small rock next to the road than runs closest to Little Crow's death spot.