Northern Shoshone and Bannock
Traditional Culture
  Since Time Immemorial
Who's Who
Homelands
All My Relations
Pipe Ceremony and Peacemaking
Great Circle
Intertribal Relations
"How the Indian Averted Famine"
Naming Ceremonies
Agaidika Perspective on Sacajawea
Horses, Trade, & Travel
References Cited

  Contemporary Culture
  Sovereignty & Tribal Government
Arts & Artists
Annual Festival Dances
Language
Education
Recommended Websites

  Relationship with the U.S.
  Early Contact
Fur Trade
Naturalists in Shoshone Country
Missionaries and Emigrants
Making Treaties
Lemhi In Limbo
Lemhi Reservation and  Loss
Shrinking Reservation
References Cited

Lemhi Pass > Culture > References Cited

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Bridges, T. M. "How the Indian Averted Famine" ca. 1897, WSU Special Collections, Manuscripts, cage 1662.

Brown, Jennie Broughton. Fort Hall on the Oregon trail; a historical study. Caxton Printers, 1932.

Clark, Ella. Indian Legends from the Northern Rockies. University of Oklahoma Press: Norman and London, 1966.

Clark, W. P. The Indian Sign Language. L.P. Hamersly & Co., Philadelphia, 1885.

Cox, Ross. The Columbia River. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1957.

Dramer, Kim. Indians of North America: The Shoshone. Chelsea House Publishers, Philadelphia, 1997.

Driggs, Wilson. The White Indian Boy. World Book Company, 1919.

Dubin, Lois Sherr. North American Indian Jewelry and Adornment. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1999.

Ferris, Warren. Angus Life in the Rocky Mountains: A Diary of Wanderings on the sources of the Rivers Missouri, Columbia, and Colorado 1830-1835. Old West Publishing Company, Denver, 1983.

Fitzgerald, LaVerne Harriet. Black Feather. Caxton Printers, 1933.

Fremont, John C. Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842, and to Oregon and North California in the Years 1843-'44. Gales and Seaton, Printers., Washington, 1845.

Haines, Aubrey L. The Bannock Indian Trail. Yellowstone Library and Museum Association, 1964.

Hultkrantz, Ake. Shoshone Indians; The Shoshone in the Rocky Mtn. Area. Translated by Dr. Arne Magnus. Garland Publishing Inc., New York & London, 1974.

Josephy, Alvin, Editor. Iverson, Peter: "Taking Care of Earth and Sky" in America in 1492, Vintage Books, New York, 1992.

Lemhi County History Committee. "Centennial History of Lemhi County." Idaho, 1992.

Lowie, Robert Henry. The Northern Shoshone. New York, 1909.

Madsen, Brigham D. The Lemhi: Sacajawea's People. Caxton Printers, 1979.

Merkley, Anne. The Shoshone-Bannock and Old Fort Hall. Fort Hall Replica Committee, Pocatello, 1994.

Moulton, Gary E., ed. The Atlas of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Vol. 1, U. of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 1983.

Moulton, Gary E., ed. The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, Vol. 5. University of Nebraska Press, 1988.

Moulton, Gary E., ed. The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, Vol. 8. University of Nebraska Press, 1993.

Murphy, Robert F. and Yolanda. Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 11 - Great Basin, Warren L. Avezedo: Northern Shoshone Bannock. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1986.

Rees, John E. Madame Charbonneau. Lemhi County Historical Society, 1970.

Rees, John. Idaho State University Library, J. A. Harrington Collection, Manuscripts

Rees, John. Idaho State University Library, John Rees Collection, Manuscript.

Ross, Alexander and Kenneth A. Spaulding, Editor The Fur Hunters of the Far West. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1956.

Steward, Julian H. "Linguistic Distributions and Political Groups of the Great Basin Shoshoneans." in American Anthropologist, Vol. 39. The American Anthropological Association, 1937.

Trenholm, Virginia Cole, and Carley, Maurine. The Shoshonis, Sentinels of the Rockies. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1964.

Warhus, Mark. Another America. St. Martin's Press, New York, 1997.

Wilson, Jed. "Indian Beliefs, Medicines and Foods" in Centennial History of Lemhi County Vol. 1. Lemhi County History Committee, 1992.

Wood, W. Raymond and Thiessen, Thomas D. Early Fur Trade on the Northern Plains: Canadian Traders Among the Mandan and Hidatsa Indians, 1738-1818. University of Oklahoma Press, 1985.

 
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