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"How the Indian Averted Famine"
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  Relationship with the U.S.
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Lemhi In Limbo
Lemhi Reservation and  Loss
Shrinking Reservation
References Cited

Lemhi Pass > Culture > US References Cited

Carter, Kate B. The Salmon River Mission. Utah Print Co., 1963.

Crowder, David L. Tendoy, Chief of the Lemhis. Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho, 1969.

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.

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.

Fremont, John C. Memoirs of my life. Belford, Clarke, & Company. 1887.

Hastings, Lansford W. The Emigrants' Guide to Oregon and California. Princeton University, 1932.

Hailey, John. History of Idaho. Syms-York Co., Boise, 1910. (Courtesy ISU Special Collections Dept).

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

Lemhi Shoshone official website: www.lemhi-shoshone.com

Lewis, S. William and Phillips, C. Paul. Journal of John Work. The Arthur H. Clark Company, Cleveland, 1923.

Lowe, Percival G. Five Years a Dragoon. Kansas City, Franklin Hudson Publishing, 1965.

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

Madsen, Brigham D. The Lemhi: Sacajawea's People. 1990. Caxton Printers, 1979.

Madsen, Brigham D. The Northern Shoshoni. Caxton Printers, Idaho, 1980.

Morgan, Dale. Rand McNally's Pioneer Atlas of the American West. Rand McNally & Company, 1956.

Owen, John. Journals and Letters of Major John Owen. Edited by Seymour Dunbar and Paul C. Phillips. 2 vols. Edward Eberstadt, New York, 1927.

Parker, Samuel, Rev. Journal of an Exploring Tour Beyond the Rocky Mountains in the Years 1835, '36, and '37. 3rd ed., Mack, Andrus, & Woodruff, Ithica, NY. 1842.

Partoll, Albert J. “The Blackfeet Indian Peace Council” Frontier & Midland, A Magazine of the West. H.G. Merriam, Vol. 17, #3, 1936-37.

Powell, J.W., director. The 18th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1896-1897. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C, 1899.

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

Shoup, George E. "Last Lemhi Buffalo Hunt." Lemhi County Historical Society, Manuscript Collection.

Stevens, Isaac I. Reports of Explorations and Surveys, 1853-56, Volume XI. Washington, 1861.

Stewart, Omer C. "The Shoshone Claims Cases", Irredeemable America. Imre Sutton, Editor. University of New Mexico, 1985.

Stuart, Granville. Diary & Sketchbook of a Journey to "America". Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 1963.

Stuart, Granville. Paul Phillips, Editor. The Montana Frontier 1852 -1864. Arthur H. Clark co., 1925. (Republished by University of Nebraska Press, 1989.)

Svingen, Orlan J. "Sacajawea's People: Who Are the Lemhi Shoshone and Where Is Their Home?" Washington State University

Townsend, J.K., Esq. Sporting Excursions in the Rocky Mountains. Vol. I. Henry Colburn, Publisher, London. 1840.

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

Whitwell, Nora. "Lemhi Territory As It Was" [as told by Nora Whitwell to D. E. Warren, Moscow, Idaho] From manuscript Collections at the Lemhi County Historical Society, Salmon, Idaho.

 

Background image courtesy Idaho State University Special Collections Dept., Collection #MC 12 1-21 (Hailey:1910).