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Knife River > Culture > References Cited

Beckwith, Martha Warren. Myths and Hunting Stories of the Mandan and Hidatsa Sioux. pp 13-15. Poughkeepsie, New York, 1930.

Beckwith, Martha Warren. Mandan and Hidatsa Tales. pp 309-312. Poughkeepsie, New York, 1934.

Bowers, Alfred W. Hidatsa Social and Ceremonial Organization. from the Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 194. Washington, 1965. pp 370.

Bradbury, John. Travels in the Interior of America in the Years 1809, 1810, and 1811; Reprint University of Nebraska Press, 1986 pp 162-163.

Cash, Joseph. The Three Affiliated Tribes. Indian Tribal Series, 1974.

Catlin, Geo., Esq. Catlin's Indians. pp. 161-162. Hubbard Brothers, Philadelphia, 1891.

Cram, Geo. F. Dakota Map, 1884
Courtesy of South Dakota State Historical Society — State Archives.

DeMallie, Raymond J., volume editor. "Plains" volume 13, part 1 of 2 from Handbook of North American Indians. Washington, 2001.

Gilman, Carolyn; Schneider, Mary Jane. The way to Independence; Memories of a Hidatsa Indian Family, 1840-1920. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 1987.

Hayden, Dr. V. F. Contributions to the Ethnography and Philology of the Indian Tribes of the Missouri Valley C. Sherman & Son, Printers, 1862.

Holding Eagle, James. The Origin of Indian Corn in North America, from a hand-written manuscript, date unknown, State Historical Society of North Dakota. Adapted for ease of reading by Sally Thompson Ph.D.

Linden-Museum Stuttgart. "In the River of Time" exhibit. Special thanks to Dr. Sonja Schierle.

Meyer, Roy W. The Village Indians of the Upper Missouri: The Mandans, Hidatsas, and Arikaras. University of Nebraska Press, 1977.

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

Parks, Douglas R., A. Wesley Jones and Robert C. Hollow, Editors. Earth Lodge Tales from the Upper Missouri: Traditional Stories of the Arikara, Hidatsa, and Mandan. Mary College, 1978.

State Historical Society of North Dakota Collections, Volume II. Bismark, Tribune State Printers, 1908.

Will, G. F. and Spinden H. J. "The Mandans: A study of their culture, archaeology, and language" from Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archeaology and Ethnology, Cambridge, Mass., 1906.

Winans, W.P. Trappers and Furs. Washington State University Archives.

Wilson, Gilbert. Hidatsa Eagle Trapping. American Museum Press, New York. 1929.

Wood, W. Raymond. "Early Fur Trade on the Northern Plains" from The Fur Trade in North Dakota, Virginia L. Heidenreich, editor. Bismark, ND, 1990.

 
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