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References & Footnotes

References

Anderson, Gary Clayton (1986). Little Crow. spokesman for the Sioux, Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul.

Anderson, Gary Clayton and Woolworth, Alan R. Ed.’s (1988). Through Dakota Eyes: Narrative Accounts of the Minnesota Indian War of 1862. Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul.

Beckwith, Paul. (1886). Notes on Customs of the Dakotas, Smithsonian Institution. 1889.

Carley, Kenneth (1976). The Sioux Uprising of 1862. The Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Carlson, Bob (1977). The interview with Grace Lambert, the North Dakota Oral History Project, North Dakota History, Journal of the Northern Plains. Vol. 44, No. 4, pp. 8–10.

Coleman, Nick and Camp, John (1987). The Great Dakota Conflict. Supp. St. Paul Pioneer Dispatch

(1972). EHANNA WOYAKAPI (History) Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe of the Lake Traverse Reservation, Sisseton, SD.

Gontran Laviolette (1991). The Dakota Sioux in Canada. DLM Publications, 235 Paddington Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Hamley, Jeffrey (1994). An Introduction to the Federal Indian Boarding School Movement, North Dakota History Journal of the Northern plains. NDSHS. Vol. 61, #2. Spring.

Hill, Lewis, Brower, Winchell, et. al. (1911). The Aborigines of Minnesota 1906–1911. Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Jacobson, Clair (1991). Whitestone Hill: the Indians and the battle. Pine Tree Publishing, La Crosse.

Lambert, Vern (1995). Paper on the history and philosophy of the Devils Lake Sioux Tribe. May 25.

(1991). Little Hoop Community College. History and Heritage. (1991). Bulletin of Little Hoop Community College. Ft. Totten, ND.

Meyer, Roy W. (1993). History of the Santee Sioux: United States Indian Policy on Trial. revised edition. University of Nebraska Press. Lincoln and London.

O’ Brien Sharon (1989). American Indian Tribal Governments. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.

Pfaller, Louis L., OSB, (1978). James McLaughlin. The Man with an Indian Heart. Vantage Press, New York.

Remele, Larry, (Ed.) (1977). Grace Lambert—Fort Totten Indian Reservation. North Dakota Historical Journal of the Northern Plains. Vol. 44, No. 4, Fall.

Powers, William (n.d.). Indians of the Northern Plains.

Remele, Larry, (Ed.) (1978). Fort Totten. Military post and Indian school. 1867–1959. North Dakota State Historical Society, Bismarck.

Riggs, Stephen (1893). Dakota Grammar. texts and Ethnography, reprint. 1973. Haines. (pp. 158–161)

Riggs, Stephen R. (1870–1880). The Dakota Mission. Minnesota Historical collections. Vol. III.

Schneider, Mary Jane (1990). North Dakota’s Indian heritage. North Dakota Centennial Heritage Series, the University of North Dakota Press, Grand Forks, ND.

Schneider, Mary Jane (1994). North Dakota Indians. An Introduction. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company, Dubuque, IA.

Skinner, A. (1919). A sketch of Eastern Dakota Ethnology. American Anthropologist. Vol. XXI.

The Dakota or Sioux. (1970). Leaflet No. 5 of the Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN.

Sevigny, Douglas M. (Planner) (1995). Investment Guide: The Devils Lake Sioux Tribe’s Reservation in the State of North Dakota.

Sevigny, Douglas M., (Planner) (1993). Devils Lake Sioux Tribe overall economic development program guide update.

The Dakota or Sioux. (1970). Leaflet No. 5 of the Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN.

De Noyer, Charles (1901). The History of Fort Totten. Report of the State Historical Society. The State Historical Society of North Dakota.

(1993). Report on service population and labor force. U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, April

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of Interior, (1992). Promotional brochure: Sullys Hill National Game Preserves.

United Tribes Technical College, (1975). Indian Country. Histories of the Five Northern Plains Tribes. American Indian Curriculum Development Project.

United Tribes Technical College and the North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission (1985). State of the Relationship “A Tribal Perspective,” A report prepared for the Forty-Ninth Legislative Assembly of North Dakota.

Footnotes

  1. Cross, Henry II, (1927). Illustrated catalogue of Indian portraits, T.E. Walker Art Galleries. Louis Garcia, (1994). Research. Box 232, Tokio, ND 58379 February 10.
  2. Anderson, (p. 29); “Discourse of Standing Buffalo,” recorded (in French) by Father Alexis Andre’ (1864) transcription in English, letters received, Northwest Department, National Archives Record Group 393.
  3. Anderson, Gary Clayton (1988). Little Crow: Spokesman for the Sioux, p. 101; Gabriel Renville, “A Sioux Narrative of the outbreak of 1962,” and of Sibley’s Expedition of 1863, Minnesota collections 10 ( 1905); pp. 595–613: Gabriel Renville, “Narrative,” undated, Joseph R. and Samuel J. Brown Papers, Division of Libraries and Archives, Minnesota Historical Society.
  4. Probate files—Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, Obituary notice (1921, October 20), Fargo Forum, page 16, Saturday. Louis Garcia Collection.
  5. Special Collection (n.d.) Dana Wright Papers, North Dakota State Historical Society. Word Carrier Newspaper. Loundsberry, Clement (n.d.) History of North Dakota, A Report by the Historical Society of North Dakota. James McLaughlin papers, Richardton ND. In 1867, Father Genin met Chief Ironheart at a conference with the Plains Ojibwa! Métis to make peace between them. In 1878, Agent McLaughlin appointed him leader of the Christian Indians on the Reservation.
  6. Diedrich, Mark (n.d.) Famous chiefs of the Eastern Sioux. Coyote Books. Interview with the Waanatan Family Probate file, Fort Totten Agency. James McLauglin Papers, Richardton Abbey, Richardton, ND. Woolworth, Alan (n.d.) Minnesota Historical Society correspondence.
  7. U.S. Court of Claims no. 22524, part 1, p. 191–208, Little fish. “Evidence for the Claimants.” The Sisseton and Wahpeton Bands of Dakota of Sioux Indians vs. the United States. 1901–07. in Anderson, Little Crow; Spokesman for the Sioux, p. 285.
    Loundsberry, Clement, (n.d.) History of North Dakota
    Anderson, Gary Clayton, (1988). Through Dakota Eyes. Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul. Libby Papers, ND State Historical Society, Bismarck. Interviews with Lewis Goodhouse
    Fort Totten Post Returns, National Archives, Record Group 75
  8. (1995). Interview: Evelyn Young. April 12.
  9. The Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe incorporated business codes into Articles II and Articles IX of its tribal code significant portions of the Uniform Commercial Code and model business corporations.
  10. In 1994 the Spirit Lake Sioux tribe brought suit against North Dakota Attorney General Nicholas Spaeth to Regulate utilities on the reservation. Early in 1995, the Tribe won the suit.
  11. (1995). Telephone Interview with Dan DuBoise. Box 198, Griswold, Manitoba ROM OSO, May 16.
  12. (1995). Interview with Elmer White, Tate Topa Elementary School, April 11.
  13. (1995). Interview with Peter Belgarde, Tribal chambers, April 12.

The Dakota or Sioux. (1970). Leaflet No. 5 of the Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN.

De Noyer, Charles (/901). The History of Fort Totten. Report of the State Historical Society. The State Historical Society of North Dakota.

_______ (1996). Report on service population and labor force. U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, March

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of Interior, (1992). Promotional brochure: Sullys Hill national game preserve.

United Tribes Technical College, (1975). Indian country, Histories of the five Northern Plains Tribes. American Indian Curriculum Development Project.

United Tribes Technical College and the North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission (1985). State of the relationship “A Tribal perspective,” A report prepared for the forty-ninth legislative assembly of North Dakota.