Minneapolis Tribune. March 25, 1897
A fight was reported to have broken out on March 24, 1897, between a Red Lake warrior and an Ojibwe man named Bakoe, who was with a group from Canada visiting the village. The fight resulted in Bakoe being stabbed in the heart by the warrior, George Washington. The fight was the result of jealousy.
A collaborative effort of members of the Ojibwe and Metis communities