Black and white photograph of refugees of the U.S.–Dakota War of 1862 camping on the prairie, 1862.

Refugees of the U.S.–Dakota War of 1862 camping on the prairie

Refugees of the U.S.–Dakota War of 1862 camping on the prairie, 1862.

Black and white photograph of Charles Augustus Lindbergh with Tommy McGuire in the South Pacific, 1944.

Charles Augustus Lindbergh with Tommy McGuire in the South Pacific

Charles Augustus Lindbergh with Tommy McGuire in the South Pacific, 1944.

Black and white photograph of Second Lieutenant Charles Augustus Lindbergh in his U.S. Air Force uniform, March 14, 1925.

Second Lieutenant Charles Augustus Lindbergh

Second Lieutenant Charles Augustus Lindbergh in his U.S. Air Force uniform, March 14, 1925.

Younger Brothers After the Attempted Northfield Bank Robbery

Government Records Specialist Charlie Rodgers tells the story of what happened to the brothers after their capture.

Collage of black and white photographs of Minnesota citizens and James-Younger Gang members, 1876.

Collage of Minnesota citizens and James-Younger Gang members

Collage of Minnesota citizens and James-Younger Gang members, 1876. Top left to right: August Suborn (Oscar Sorbel), Joseph Lee Haywood, Sheriff Glispin, Bob Younger, Charlie Pitts (deceased), Jim Younger, Cole Younger , Clell Miller, and Bill Chadwell (center, deceased).

Black and white photograph of the six officials and volunteers, known as the “Madelia Seven,” who captured the Younger brothers outside Madelia on September 21, 1876.

“Madelia Seven” who captured the Younger Brothers

The six officials and volunteers, known as the “Madelia Seven,” who captured the Younger brothers outside Madelia on September 21, 1876. Left to right: George A. Bradford, James Glispin, W.W. Murphey, Charles A. Pomeroy, Benjamin M. Rice, S. J. Severson, Thomas L. Vought.

Black and white photograph of Jim Younger after being captured, September 1876. His face and shirt are bloody from a bullet wound in his jaw he received during the shoot out outside Madelia.  Photographed by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.

Jim Younger after being captured

Jim Younger after being captured, September 1876. His face and shirt are bloody from a bullet wound in his jaw he received during the shoot out outside Madelia. Photographed by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.

Black and white photograph of Bob Younger after being captured outside Madelia, September 1876.  Photographed by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.

Bob Younger after being captured

Bob Younger after being captured outside Madelia, September 1876. Photographed by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.

Black and white photograph of Cole Younger after being captured, September 1876. Younger’s face is swollen from a bullet wound he received during the shoot out outside Madelia. Photographed by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.

Cole Younger after being captured

Cole Younger after being captured, September 1876. Younger’s face is swollen from a bullet wound he received during the shoot out outside Madelia. Photographed by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.

Black and white photograph of the monument marking where the Younger brothers were captured, c.1930.

Monument marking where the Younger brothers were captured

Monument marking where the Younger brothers were captured, c.1930.

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