Image from Pipe Bag, Minneconjou Lakota ca. 1885

 

 

Lakota Dakota Bibliography
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Image from Pipe Bag, Minneconjou Lakota ca. 1885


Lakota Dakota Bibliography - Total Listing

 

________. "Black Elk's Vision: A Lakota Story." Kirkus Reviews 78, no. 8.

________. Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum and Archives, 1947 to Present. St. Francis, SD: Buechel Memorial Museum Archives. Report.

________. "Buechel Museum Preserves Lakota Culture." South Dakota High Liner, 26-27.

________. The Cowboy and the Coyote, Holy Rosary Mission Records, HRM Series 1, Box 2, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University, Milwaukee.

________. The Dakota Indian Economy. Brookings: South Dakota State University.

________, ed. Five Families Art Exhibition. na: The Heritage Center Inc., Red Cloud Indian School and University Art Gallery, University of South Dakota.

________. "Folklore of the North American Indian." The Library of Congress.

________. "Il Mucchio Selvaggio." no. Roma,: Ed. Lakota.

________. "Indian [William Bordeaux] Says Carved Rock in State Done by Members of Tribe: Says Theory That Hieroglyphics Were by Prehistoric Man Is False." Argus Leader? .

________. Indians and American Government. Vermillion: University of South Dakota.

________. Lakhótiya Wóglaka Po! - Speak Lakota! Level 2 Audio Cd. sound recording.

________. Lakhótiya Wóglaka Po!Speak Lakota! Level 1 Audio Cd. sound recording.

________. Last Refuge of the Red Man, the Church and Our Western Tribes. New York: Pamphlet, Office of the Secretary, Protestant Episcopal Church.

________. Memorial of the Sioux Indian Outbreak,1862 Fort Ridgeley State Park and Historical Society. Fairfax, MN: Fairfax Standard Print.

________. "Native Americans Want Artifacts Back." Library Journal 118, no. 7: 22.

________. Official Correspondence Pertaining to the War of the Outbreak, 1862-1865. Vol. 31. Pierre: South Dakota Historical Collections.

________. "The Pioneer among the Sioux, Rev. Thomas S Williamson, Md." Missionary Home News: 83-105.

________. Report of the Nebraska Indian Commission-January through June 1973.

________. Report of the Nebraska Indian Commission-June 30, 1973 through June 30, 1974.

________. "Tribal Law and Order Code." Rosebud, South Dakota: Rosebud Sioux Tribe.

________. Woope Itancan Na Woope Aoptetu Wakpa Waste Sioux Oyate South Dakota. Copy at the University of South Dakota Library

________. Yankton Sioux Peyote Songs. Sound recording. Taos, NM: Indian House p1976. IH 4371.

________. [Pamphlets on Indians of North America. Part 2], 1833.

________. Woahope Wikcemna Kin (Sheet): The Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer, in the Dakota Language. Boston, 1842.

________. Little Crow, Sioux Chief and Leader of Indian Massacre of 1862 in Minnesota. graphic. 1862.

________. "Report of the Sioux Commission, 1863." In Sioux Commission of 1863. Minneapolis: Office of the Sioux Commissioners, 1863.

________. Taopi and His Friends: Or the Indian's Wrongs and Rights. Philadelphia: Claxton, Remsen and Haffelfinger, 1869.

________. Book of Common Prayer in Yankton Dialect. Yankton Agency: D.T., 1870.

________. New York City - the Sioux Chief, Red Cloud, in the Great Hall of the Cooper Institute, Surrounded by the Indian Delegation of Braves and Squaws, Addressing a New York Audience on the Wrongs Done to His People. graphic. 1870.

________. Report of the Commission Appointed to Treat with the Sioux Indians for the Relinquishment of the Black Hills. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1875.

________. Report of the Special Commission Appointed to Investigate the Affairs of the Red Cloud Indian Agency. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1875.

________. Certain Concessions from the Sioux Indians. 2nd ed., 1876.

________. Common Sense View of the Sioux War. Waltham, MA: Hastings' Sentinel office print, 1877.

________. New York City - Our Indian Allies - Sioux Warriors Making Purchases on Broadway for Themselves and Squaws. graphic. 1877.

________. Our Great Indian War. The Miraculous Lives of Mustang Bill (Mr. Wm. Rhodes Decker) and Miss Marion Fannin. The Brave Indian Fighter among the Hostile Sioux. The Custer Expedition and Massacre. Philadelphia: Barclay & Co., 1877.

________. "Abbot Martin Visits Sitting Bull." Annals of the Catholic Indian Missions 2, January (1878): 7-10.

________. "Dakota Bibliography." Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society 3, 1870-1880 (1880): 37-42.

________. "Dakota Wowapi Wakan: The Holy Bible, in the Language of the Dakotas." New York: American Bible Society, 1887.

________. "Nordamerika." Die katholische Missionen 15 (1887): 19-22.

________. Major James M'laughlin, Sioux Indian Agent

Dakota - the Noted Sioux Chief "Rain-in-the-Face" ; Dakota - Council of Sioux Indians, Recently Held at Standing Rock Agency, to Consider the Land Question - Sitting Bull Addressing the Council. graphic ;. 1888.

________. U.S. Commissioners and Delegations of Sioux Chiefs Visiting Washington, October 13, 1888. graphic. 1888.

________. English and Dakota Service Book: Being Part of the Book of Common Prayer Set Forth for Use in the Missionary Jurisdiction of Niobrara: The Indian Commission of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1889.

________. Hançhanna Quaiçs Çhtayetu Cekiyapi Token Ptecena Eyapi Kte Cin, Qa Litany, Qa Nakun Dawid Tadowan Kin Etanhan, Tonana Kaçhnigapi, Qa Itancan Çhtayetu Wotapi Tawa Kin, Token Wicaqupi Kin, Qa Omniciye Kin En Hokçsiyopa Baptisma Wicaqupi Kin, Token Eyapi Kte Hecetu. London: Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge, 1889.

________. "Report Relative to the Proposed Division of the Great Sioux Reservation." Senate. 51st Congress. 1st Session. Executive Documents Nos. 51 and 52 (1890).

________. Reports Relative to the Proposed Division of the Great Sioux Reservation and Recommending Certain Legislation. 1st ed. Sioux Commission of 1889: Senate Document, 1890.

________. [Big Foot's Camp Three Weeks after the Wounded Knee Massacre (Dec. 29, 1890), with Bodies of Several Lakota Sioux People Wrapped in Blankets in the Foreground and U.S. Soldiers in the Background]. graphic. 1891.

________. "Masking the Frauds." Illustrated American 5, no. 544 (1891).

________. Report of the Brig, Gen'l L.W. Colby, Commanding the Nebraska National Guard in the Indian Campaign of 1890-1891, to the Adjutant General, N.N.G. Lincoln, 1891.

________. Wild Life on the Plains and the Horrors of Indian Warfare, by a Corps of Competent Authors and Artists. St. Louis: Excelsior, 1891.

________. Minnesota in the Civil and Indian Wars, 1861-1865, Edited by Board of Commissioners. St. Paul: Pioneer Press, 1892.

________. "Sitting Bull, Dakota Chief, 1837?-1890 Death." Publications of the Nebraska State Historical Society (1892): 36-37.

________. Report on Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed in the United States (except Alaska) at the Eleventh Census: 1890. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1894.

________. "Iapi Oaye." 1895-1925.

________. Chief Hollow Horn Bear--Sioux. graphic. 1898.

________. Katholik Wocekiye Wowapi: Prayers, Instructions, and Hymns in the Sioux Indian Language. Fort Totten, N. D.: Rev. Jerome Hunt, O.S.B., 1899.

________. Left to Right: Poor Elk, Shout for, Eagle Shirt. graphic. 1899.

________. Fool Bull. graphic. 1900.

________. Studio Portraits of Sioux Indians, 1901. graphic. 1901.

________. Sketches, Historical and Descriptive, of the Monuments and Tablets, Erected by the Minnesota Valley Historical Society in Renville and Redwood Counties, Minnesota. To Preserve the Sites of Certain Incidents and in Honor of the Devotion and Important Services of Some of the Characters, Whites, and Indians, Connected with the Indian Outbreak of 1862. Morton: Minnesota Valley Historical Society, 1902.

________. "A Little Indian Life." The Indian Sentinel (1902-1903): 14-23.

________. "Monsignor Stephan." The Indian Sentinel (1902-1903): 2-5.

________. Chief Red Shirt. graphic. 1904.

________. Chief Red Shirt. graphic. 1904.

________. "Independence Day." Rapid City Daily Journal, July 6, 1904.

________. "Long Drawn Out." Rapid City Daily Journal, July 7, 1904.

________. "Editorial: Bureau Undertakes Support of Immaculate Conception School." The Indian Sentinel, no. ---- (1904-1905): 30.

________. "St. Francis Mission, Rosebud Agency, South Dakota." Woodstock Letters 34 (1905): 106-107.

________. "Dakota." Bulletin of the U. S. Bureau of American Ethnology 30, no. 1 (1907): 376-380.

________. Pine Ridge Agency Indians. graphic. Hot Springs, S.D.: W.R. Cross' Studio, 1907.

________. Black Thunder, Sioux Indian, Head-and-Shoulders Portrait, Facing Slightly Left. graphic. 1908.

________. The Cigarette. graphic. 1908.

________. "Holy Rosary Mission School." The Indian Sentinel (1908): 27-32.

________. [Iron Shell, Lakota, Sioux Tribe, Half-Length Portrait, Facing Front in Traditional Clothing]. graphic. 1908.

________. Red Bird, Sioux Indian, Half-Length Portrait, Seated, Facing Left, Wearing Feathered Headdress. graphic. 1908.

________. "Wahpeton." U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology 30, no. 2 (1910): 891-893.

________. "The Great Catholic Sioux Congress." The Indian Sentinel (1911): 3-8.

________. Primitive Cooking. graphic. 1911.

________. Sioux Indian Dance House. graphic. 1911.

________. Walter Iron Shell. graphic. 1911.

________. "Sioux Proper Names." South Dakota Historical Collections 6 (1912): 275-278.

________. "Andrew Sockalexis." The Indian Sentinel (1913): 48.

________. "Hollow Horn Bear " The Calumet April (1913): 1.

________. Handbook of the Church's Mission to the Indians in Memory of William Hobart Hare, an Apostle to the Indians. Hartford, CT: Church Missions Publishing Company, 1914.

________. Sioux Indian Prayer and Hymn Book. Cincinnati, OH: The Jos. Berning Printing Co., 1914.

________. "Indians Trained as Catechists." The Calumet July (1916).

________. "The Sioux Congress." The Indian Sentinel 1, October (1916): 27-30.

________. "Contributed: Immaculate Conception Indian Mission." The Indian Sentinel 1, no. 4 (1917): 10.

________. "Successful Indian Congress." The Calumet October (1917): 1.

________. "Catholic Indians and the War." The Indian Sentinel 1, July (1918): 15-33.

________. English and Dakota Service Book from the Book of Common Prayer Authorized for Use in the Niobrara Deanery District of South Dakota: Dakota Qa Wasicun Woecon Wowapi: Wocekiye Wowapi Etanhan Icupi South Dakota Obaspe Niobrara Deanery En Unpi Kta Ityowinkiyapi. Philadelphia: The Bishop White Prayer Book Society, 1918.

________. Sioux Indian Prayer and Hymn Book. Cincinnati, OH: Press of the Jos. Berning Printing Co., 124-128 E. Eighth St., 1918.

________. "Benedictines, Master of Sioux." The Indian Sentinel 1, no. 12 (1919): 36.

________. "Catholic Sioux Congress." The Calumet October (1919): 1.

________. "Chronical Tree: Sioux Catechetical Picture." The Indian Sentinel 1, no. 12 (1919): 46.

________. "Editorial: Sioux, Conservation and Civilization." The Indian Sentinel 1, no. 12 (1919): 4.

________. First Complete Catholic Sioux Hymnal. Fort Yates, ND: Benedictine Missionaries, 1919.

________. "Various Names." The Indian Sentinel I, no. 12 (1919): 7.

________. "Westropp, Master of Language." The Indian Sentinel I, no. 12 (1919): 34.

________. The Blackrobe in the Land of the Wigwam: St. Francis Mission, St. Francis- South Dakota. Quincy, IL: Jost and Kiefer Printing Co., 1920.

________. "Constitution and by-Laws." In Rosebud General Council. Rosebud, 1920.

________. "Contributed: Queen of Hearts." The Indian Sentinel 2, no. 4 (1920): 180.

________. "Indians Meet at Convention." The Calumet October (1920).

________. "Legend of the Chipmunk." The Indian Sentinel 2, October (1920): 179.

________. "'Sici Makoche' a Portion of South Dakota Four Miles Square Where No Man Has Ever Set Foot and Lived to Tell the Mystery of the Dwelling Place of the Murder Bird." The Sunshine State 4, no. 2 (1920): 13.

________. "The Wonderful Rosebud Country." The Sunshine State 2, no. 12 (1920): 13.

________. "Catholic Indians: Peter Big Turkey." The Indian Sentinel 2, January (1921): 237-239.

________. "Contributed: Hydro-Electric Plant at Holy Rosary Mission." The Indian Sentinel II, no. 5 (1921): 232.

________. "Forty-Nine Years at the Indian Missions-Fr. Jerome Hunt " The Calumet July (1921): 1-2.

________. "Indian Legend: The Creation of the World." The Indian Sentinel 2, July (1921): 339.

________. "Marquette League Members Send…to Father Gerome " December (1921): 2-3.

________. "Peter Big Turkey." The Indian Sentinel 2, January (1921): 237-239.

________. "Golden Jubilee." The Indian Sentinel 2, October (1922): 564-565.

________. "The Jesuit Indian Missions of South Dakota." Jesuit Bulletin 1, September (1922): 4-8.

________. "Editorial: Indian Dances." The Indian Sentinel III, no. 2 (1923): 59.

________. "Editorial: Oblate Fathers' Welcome to Sisseton." The Indian Sentinel III, no. 2 (1923): 58.

________. "Editorial: Resident Missionaries for Lower Brule." The Indian Sentinel III, no. 2 (1923): 59.

________. "Indian Dances." The Indian Sentinel 3, April (1923): 58-59.

________. "Hot Springs- Health, Rest, Scenery: The Approach to Largest Nation Cave in North America- Healing in Warm Spring Waters- Scene of Famous Sioux-Cheyenne Battle- and Beauty Everywhere." The Sunshine State 5, no. 6 (1924): 16.

________. "Lower Brule Agency Closed: Affairs of Historic Indian Agency Transferred to Crow Creek- Scene of Last Grand Council of the Sioux." The Sunshine State and Progress Magazine 5, no. 7 (1924): 13.

________. "Our Indians." The Sunshine State and Progress Magazine 5, no. 9 (1924): 25.

________. "Some Sioux Traditions: Secret of Sacred Stone and Medicine Knoll Serpent in Hughes County Revealed." The Sunshine State 5, no. 1 (1924): 15.

________. "Spirit Mound." The Sunshine State and Progress Magazine 5, no. 7 (1924): 34.

________. "Advertisement: Life of St. Francis Xavier (in Sioux)." The Indian Sentinel V, no. 3 (1925): 144.

________. Calvin Coolidge with Members of the Sioux Indian Republican Club of the Rosebud Reservation. graphic. 1925.

________. "The Famous Pine Ridge Reservation: Home of the Oglala Sioux Not Only Picturesque and Romantic but a Land of Farm and Grazing Opportunity -- Something About Washabaugh, Washington, Shannon and Bennett Counties." The Sunshine State and Progress Magazine 6, no. 2 (1925): 49-50.

________. Great Nor., Lakota, N.D. '22. graphic. 1925.

________. "How Crazy Horse Was Taken: Old Documents Tell of Thrilling Deeds Performed by Men Who Risked Their Lives and Brought Peace to South Dakota." The Sunshine State and Progress Magazine 6, no. 3 (1925): 21.

________. Indian Tribes and Missions: A Handbook of General History of the North American Indians, Early Missionary Efforts and Missions of the Episcopal Church. Hartford, CT: Church Missions Publishing Company, 1925.

________. "Old Serpent Fort near Chamberlain: Built by Ancestors of Indians During Stone Age, Declare Archaeologists." The Sunshine State 6, no. 4 (1925): 19.

________. President Coolidge with Members of the Sioux Indian Republican Club of the Rosebud Reservation, on the White House Lawn. graphic. 1925.

________. "Corpus Christi Procession at Holy Rosary Mission." Jesuit Bulletin 3 (1926): 14.

________. Swift Bird, the Indians' Bishop. Hartford, CT: Church Missions Publishing Co., 1926.

________. Lakota Wocekiye Na Olwan Wowapi: Sioux Indian Prayer and Hymn Book. St. Louis, MO: Central Bureau of the Catholic Central Verein of America, 1927.

________. Sioux Indian Prayer and Hymn Book. St. Louis: Central Bureau of the Catholic Central Verein of America, 1927.

________. Sioux Prayer Book. St. Francis, SD: Jesuit Fathers at St. Francis Mission, 1927.

________, "Christmas at Sioux Chapels: Sioux Indian and Sanctuary Lamp" (accessed 4 XI).

________. "Golden Jubilee of St. Francis Mission " The Calumet July (1936): 1.

________. "Heritage of the F-Lazy-S." Jesuit Bulletin 15, March (1936): 4-5, 8.

________. "Pageant Grand Success." The Sioux Chieftan 3, June (1936): 3.

________. Indians of South Dakota. Brookings: South Dakota State Planning Board, 1937.

________. Sioux Indian Painting. Nice: C. Szwedzicki, 1938.

________. Nebraska Folklore Pamphlets: More Santee-Sioux Indian Legends. Vol. 23. Lincoln: Federal Writers' Project, 1939.

________. Nebraska Folklore Pamphlets: Santee-Sioux Indian Legends. Vol. 21. Lincoln: Federal Writers Project, 1939.

________. "All Aboard for a Visit to the Missions." The Calumet October (1940): 6-7.

________. "Ashton C. Shallenberger." Nebraska History: Sioux Memorial Issue. Ed. Addison E. Sheldon 21, no. 4 (1940): 275.

________. "Bishop Brady of Sioux Falls Dedicates Marquette League Chapel." The Calumet July (1940): 1.

________. "Four Visitors to New York." The Calumet October (1941): 9.

________. "Hocina Pesto 'Passes'." The Calumet October (1941): 6.

________. Universal Indian Sign Language of the Plains Indians of North America, Together with a Simplified Method of Study, a List of Words in Most General Use, a Codification of Pictographic Symbols of the Sioux and Ojibway, a Dictionary of Synonyms, a History of Sign Language, Chapters on Smoke Signaling, Use of Idioms, Etc., and Other Important Co-Related Matter. San Diego, CA: W. Tomkins, 1941.

________. "Three Sioux Boys Visit New York." The Calumet May (1942): 10.

________. "Christmas among the Sioux." November (1943): 12-13.

________. "Obituary: Wilbur Bordeaux." Argus Leader, January 11, 1943, 2 Column 6.

________. "A Missionary among the Sioux." Social Justice Review 37, November (1944): 245-246.

________. "Furlough Feast." The Calumet 32, no. 1 (1945): 10-11.

________. Charles Wimar 1828-1862, Painter of the Indian Frontier. St. Louis: City Art Museum of St. Louis, 1946.

________. Wakan Cekiye Odowan: Hymns in Dakota and English for Use in Niobrara Deanery. Sioux Falls, SD: Niobrara Deanery, 1946.

________. American Indian Songs and Dances. sound recording. New York: Disc, 1947.

________. "The Indian in Minnesota: A Report to Governor Luther W. Youngdahl of Minnesota by the Governor's Interracial Commission." St. Paul: Governor's Human Rights Commission, 1947.

________. The Niobrara Service Book. Philadelphia: The Bishop White Prayer Book Society, 1947.

________. "Race Relations in Minnesota: Reports of the Commission." In Governor's Human Rights Commission. St. Paul, 1948.

________. Wakan Cekiye Odowan Qa Okna Ahiyayapi Kta Ho Kin: Hymnal with Tunes and Chants According to the Use of the Episcopal Church in the Missions among the Dakotas of the Missionary District of South Dakota. Pierre, SD: State Publishing Co., 1951.

________. "Winter Counts." Wi-Iyohi 5, no. 1 (1951).

________. "The Dakota Indian Feast at the Big Bend." Museum News, W. H. Over Museum 13, no. 7 (1952): 3.

________. "The Indian in Minnesota: A Report to Governor C. Elmer Anderson of Minnesota by the Governor's Interracial Commission." In Governor's Human Rights Commission. St. Paul: Governor's Human Rights Commission, 1952.

________. Sisseton-Wahpeton Reservation, 1892-1952. Sisseton: Sisseton Courier, 1952.

________. Music of the Sioux and the Navajo. Sound Recording. n.p.: Folkways Records P 401 (3004), 1953.

________. Lakota Community Leader's Conference Report. South Dakota Tuberculosis and Health Association, 1955.

________. Program and Proceedings of the Conference on Indian Affairs, Held on the Campus of the University of South Dakota, July 7, 1955. Vermillion: University of South Dakota, Institute of Indian Studies, 1955.

________. Wounded Knee. Gordon: Gordon Publishing, 1955.

________. "An Oglala Ghost Story." Museum News 18, no. 1/2 (1956): 2.

________. Constitution and by-Laws, Approved October 16, 1946. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1957.

________. Report of the Interim Commission on Indian Affairs. St. Paul, 1957.

________. "Food, Clothing to Aid Indians." The Argus Leader, April 22, 1958, 4.

________. "Hassle over Aid to Starving Indians." The Argus Leader, November 30, 1958, 1A, 13A.

________. "Indian Says His People Are Hungry." The Argus Leader, December 7, 1958, 2A.

________. "Leader Says Crow Creek Food Ample." The Argus Leader, March 11, 1958.

________. "R.C. Woman Declares State Indians Starve to Death." The Argus Leader, March 9, 1958.

________. "S.D. Indians Not Starving, Asserts Welfare Director." The Argus Leader, March 6, 1958.

________. "South Dakota Indians Receive Food." The Argus Leader, December 2, 1958, 1A, 13A.

________. "Surplus Food Is Going to State Needy." The Argus Leader, March 13, 1958.

________. "Brule Children's Games." Museum News, W. H. Over Museum 20, no. 8 (1959): 1.

________. "Brule Death and Mourning Customs." Museum News, W. H. Over Museum 20, no. 6 (1959): 1-2.

________. Standing Rock Agency, Functions of Branches of Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1959.

________. "Sioux Technology and Customs." Museum News, W. H. Over Museum 21, no. 2 (1960): 1-4.

________. "Two Teton Dakota Winter Count Texts." North Dakota History 27 (1960): 67-79.

________. "Naming of Medicine Hat." Alberta Historical Review 9, no. 1 (1961): 7.

________. Report Submitted to the Legislature of the State of Minnesota. St. Paul, 1961.

________. "Champion of Better Life for Indians Dies." Sioux Falls Argus Leader, May 23, 1962, 2A Column 5.

________. Jurisdiction over Indian Country in South Dakota: Staff Report. Pierre: State Legislative Research Council, 1962.

________. Niobrara Wocekiye Wowapi: The Niobrara Service Book from the Book of Common Prayer of 1929: Niobrara Deanery, 1962.

________. "Messiah War on the Cheyenne River." Wi-Ty-Ohi Bulletin of the South Dakota Historical Society 16, no. 8 (1963).

________. St. Joseph Okolakiciye Ta Olowan. Marty, SD: School Print Shop, St. Paul's Indian Mission, 1964.

________. "Minnesota's Indian Citizens, Yesterday and Today." In Governor's Human Rights Commission. St. Paul, 1965.

________. Lakota Song Prayers. Eagle Butte, SD: All Saints Church, 1965 (?).

________. "Copper Artifacts from Prehistoric Archaeological Sites in the Dakotas." Science 154 (1966): 1171-1173.

________. "Daughters of Dakota: Bordeaux, Mrs. William J. (Dorine Smith)." In South Dakota Department of History Report and Historical Collections, Volume 33, 33, 1966.

________. "Health Services and Mental Health Administration." Suicide Among the American Indians (1967).

________. History of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Indian Reservation. Sisseton, 1967.

________. "Publisher's Preface." In A Pictographic History of the Oglala Sioux, vii-viii. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1967.

________. Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian: B. Klein, 1967.

________. "Baseline Data Study - Preliminary Findings." Pine Ridge Research Bulletin 1 (January) (1968): 2-8.

________. "The Hardin Winter Count." Museum News, W. H. Over Museum 29, no. 3/4 (1968).

________. "Indians of the Dakotas." Blue Cloud Quarterly 14, no. 2 (1968).

________. "Is the Lakota Language Being Lost?" Pine Ridge Research Bulletin 1 (January) (1968): 12-13.

________. "Pine Ridge Reservation Population by Districts, Communities and Village-Rural Distribution." Pine Ridge Research Bulletin 6, December (1968): 1-10.

________. "Why a Research Bulletin." Pine Ridge Research Bulletin 1 (January) (1968): 1-2.

________. Chippewa and Dakota Indians. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, 1969.

________. Dakota Odowan: Dakota Hymns Published by the American Missionary Association and the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions. Oradell, NJ: American Tract Society, 1969.

________. "Family Problems and Dependency." Pine Ridge Research Bulletin, no. 7 (1969): 299-308.

________. Report of Annual Conference on Indian Affairs. Vermillion: University of South Dakota, Institute of Indian Studies, 1969.

________. "Some Notes on Denominational Preferences among the Oglalas." Pine Ridge Research Bulletin 10 (1969): 1-6.

________. "Death at Wounded Knee." Time 101 (1970): 23.

________. "Pine Ridge Research Bulletins 1-10, Subject Index." Pine Ridge Research Bulletin 11 (1970): 74-79.

________. "Sioux Treaty of 1868." Indian Historian 3, no. 1 (1970): 13-17.

________. "Collections of Reminiscences by Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapaho Indians Who Fought at Little Big Horn." American Heritage 22, no. 4 (1971): 28-41.

________. "League of Women Voters of Minnesota." Indians in Minnesota (1971).

________. The Minnesota Story, American Indian Legends. Minnesota: Task Force on Minority Cultures, 1971.

________. "History without Writing." Weewish Tree 1-2 (1972): 15-16.

________. A Lakota and English Hymnal for Use in Sioux Communities. Pine Ridge, SD: Holy Rosary Mission, 1972.

________. Owecinhan Mass Wocekiye Tohan: The Order of the Mass According to the Roman Missal Revised by Decree of Vatican Council Ii. Pine Ridge, SD: Holy Rosary Mission, 1972.

________. "Behind a Modern-Day Indian Uprising: Sioux Militancy." U.S. News 74 (1973): 36.

________. "Behind the Second Battle of Wounded Knee." Time 101 (1973): 18.

________. Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum. St. Francis, SD: Little Sioux Press, 1973.

________. "Clean up Wounded Knee." National Review 25 (1973): 405-406.

________. "Dakota Geographic." Dakota Geographic Society, no. 1 (1973): 11.

________. "Dakota Images: Father Pierre Jean De Smet." South Dakota History 4, no. 1 (1973): 138.

________. "Dakota Images: Spotted Tail." South Dakota History 3, no. 3 (1973): 358.

________. "For Indians, by Indians." Newsweek1973, 71-72.

________. Good Words: Notable Books on the American Indian American Library Association. Chicago: Reference and Adult Services Division, 1973.

________. "Guerilla Theatre." Newsweek1973, 38.

________. "In the Wake of the Siege at Wounded Knee." U.S. News and World Report 74, no. 21 May (1973): 112-113.

________. "The Making of Indian History: Today." Weewish Tree 3 (1973): 16-17.

________. "Notes and Comment: Visit to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation." New Yorker 49 (1973): 29-30.

________. "Oglala Sun Dance Returns to the Black Hills." Akwesasne Notes 5, no. 4 (1973): 3.

________. "Raid at Wounded Knee: Sioux Protesters." Time 101 (1973): 21.

________. "Religion - Review of God Is Red." Choice March (1973): 109.

________. "Return to Wounded Knee: Sioux Militants Confrontation with Federal Authorities." Newsweek 81 (1973): 27.

________. "Siege of Wounded Knee." Newsweek 81 (1973): 22-23.

________. "St. Francis Indian Mission 1885 to 1972." In Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum. St. Francis, SD: Little Sioux Press, 1973.

________. "Sun Dance at Rosebud Revived after Sixty-Eight Years." Akwesasne Notes 5, no. 5 (1973): 10.

________. "Suspenseful Show of Red Power: Sioux Protest." Time 101 (1973): 16-18.

________. "Trap at Wounded Knee: Television Coverage of Sioux Protest." Time 101 (1973): 67.

________. "Twin Stalemates: Sioux Protest." Time 101 (1973): 32.

________. "Wounded Knee Fiasco." National Review 25 (1973): 352-353.

________. "Wounded Knee Just a Prelude?" U.S. News 74 (1973): 57.

________. Captivity Tales Popular Culture in America. New York: Arno Press, 1974.

________. Constitution and Bylaws: Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum. St. Francis, SD: St. Francis Mission, 1974.

________. "Dakota Images: Sitting Bull." South Dakota History 4, no. 2 (1974): 280.

________. "Deloria, Vine (Victor), Jr." In Current Biography, 102-105. New York: The H. W. Wilson Co., 1974.

________. Report of the Nebraska Indian Commission-June 30, 1973 through June 30, 1974. 1974.

________. Sioux Indians American Indian Ethnohistory: Plains Indians. New York: Garland Pub. Inc., 1974.

________. Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe of the Lake Traverse Reservation. Sisseton, 1974.

________. A Study of Selected Socio-Economic Characteristics of Ethnic Minorities Based on the 1970 Census. Washington, D.C.: Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1974.

________. Voices from Wounded Knee. Rooseveltown, NY: Akwesasne Notes, 1974.

________. "You Asked About: The Sioux." Weewish Tree 2, no. 6 (1974): 9-10.

________. "A Catalog of Dictionaries: English Language, American Indian and Foreign Languages." The Canadian Journal of Linguistics (1975): 235.

________. "Dakota Images: Hump." South Dakota History 6, no. 1 (1975): 130.

________. "Dakota Images: Spotted Tail." South Dakota History 5, no. 3 (1975): 342.

________. "Deloria, Vine (Victor) Jr. ." In Contemporary Authors, edited by Claire D Kinsman, 53-56, 146. Detroit, MI: Gale Research, 1975.

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