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Bibliography of the Mandan, Hidatsa, & Sahnish

Compiled & updated by Michael W.  Stevens

For The Fort Berthold Library, New Town, N.D.,

 

 

----. "12th Annual World Champion Hoop Dance Contest: Wells wins by one point". News From Indian Country 2/28/2002 V.XVI; N.4 p. 9B

----.  50 years in the saddle; looking back down the trail.  [Watford City, Published by 50 Years in the Saddle Club, 1963-

----. "American Indian college students to lead Macy's Thanksgiving Parade". Navajo Times 11/24/1999 V.XXXVIII; N.47 p. A6

----. "American Indian sculpture garden opens". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 10/23/2002 V.22; N.19 p. A1.

----.  Anthropologic miscellanea.  [S.l. : s.n., 1910?]

----. "Area residents arena directors for powwow". Wind River News 5/28/1998 V.21; N.22 p. 1.

----.  Arikara Indians of South Dakota. A brief history of the Arikara tribe, prepared by the Archeological Survey, Research and Records Section, Division of Community Service Programs, South Dakota Work Projects Administration.  Vermillion SD : University Museum, 1941.

----.  "At Little Bighorn Battlefield ..."  The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: Jun 29, 2003. p. A.02

----.  Before Lewis and Clark, Document Illustrating the History of the Missouri 1785-1804, 2 Vols., St. Louis:
St. Louis Historical Documents Foundation, 1952.

----.  "BIA Supports Three Affiliated Tribes' Dream of Joining Oil Refining Industry Through Grant Award"  US Newswire Sept 20, 2002 p1008263n1350

----.  "Bits & Bytes".  Community College Week April 16, 2001 v13 i18 p12

----. "Canadian wins title of world champion Hoop Dancer". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 2/21/2001 V.20; N.36 p. C1

----. "Casino comes up a winner for people's esteem, economy". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 5/11/1994 V. 13; N. 46 p. 5 Supplement

----.  "Diabetes-Control Program Targets High-Risk Indians".  Omaha World - Herald. Omaha, Neb.: Jul 22, 1991. p. 10

----.  Early fur trade on the Northern Plains : Canadian traders among the Mandan and Hidatsa Indians, 1738-1818 : the narratives of John Macdonell, David Thompson, François-Antoine Larocque, and Charles McKenzie / edited and with an introduction by W. Raymond Wood and Thomas D. Thiessen. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, c1985.

----. "Easter Powwow draws large crowd". Wind River News 4/13/1993 V.16; N.13 p. 5.

----. "Eight graduate from Kicking Horse". Char-Koosta News 5/1/2003 V.34; N.28 p. 2

----. "Few Carrying On Native Tradition Of Quillwork". Ojibwe News, The 4/17/1998 V.10; N.27 p. 2.

----.  "First Americans Mortgage Corporation President Addresses Housing Conference in North Dakota".  Business Editors. Business Wire. New York: Jun 10, 1999. p. 1

----.  "First Americans Signs Origination Agreement With Fort Berthold Housing Authority".  PR Newswire. New York: Jul 28, 1999. p. 1

----. "Focus on education brings clearer future". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 5/11/1994 V. 13; N. 46 p. 16 Supplement.

----. "Fort Berthold gardens fight diabetes". Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education 10/31/1999 V.XI: N.1 p. 34.

----.  "Four North Dakota Tribal Colleges Receive Grant From USDA".  Capitol Hill Press Releases.  05-06-1998

----. "From The Editor". Whispering Wind 12/31/2001 V.32; N.1 p. 2.

----.  "Garden has some 'old' vegetables"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Aug 3, 2003. p. 04

----.  Hidatsa : a new speakers text.  Bismarck, N.D. : Mary College, 19??.

----. "Humor is Focus of NSU's 28th Annual Indian Symposium". Cherokee Advocate 3/31/2000 V.XXIV; N.1 p. 13

----. "In A Place Called Elbowoods Elders Carry Memory Of What Was Lost". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 5/11/1994 V. 13; N. 46 p. 20 Supplement.

----.  Indian country : histories of five northern plains tribes / produced by the United Tribes of North Dakota Development Corporation, American Indian Curricula Development Program.  Bismarck, N.D. : The Corporation, c1975.

----. "Indian memorial still lacking". Wind River News 4/12/2001 V.24; N.15 p. 12.

----.  "Indians Displaced by Reservoirs Still Struggle From Disruption".  Omaha World - Herald. Omaha, Neb.: Jan 5, 1991. p. 44.s

----. "Kansas Museum Returning Remains To N.D. Tribe". Ojibwe News, The 4/11/1997 V.9; N.26 p. 2.

----.  Lewis and Clark journals : an American epic of discovery : the abridgment of the definitive Nebraska edition / Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and members of the Corps of Discovery ; edited and with an introduction by Gary E. Moulton.  Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c2003.

----. "Lincoln Journal Star Native American Reporter Wins Award". Native Voice, The 3/7/2003 V.2; N.4 p. 2C.

----.  Lucky Mound 4-H Amateur Hour Program (4/15/1952) [computer file].  Lucky Mound, ND. : 4-H, 1952.  Electronic resource: http://lib.fbcc.bia.edu/FortBerthold/LuckyMound4H.asp

----.  "Mandan elder seen as language's last hope"  Bismarck Tribune. Bismarck, ND: Sep 15, 2003. p. 11

----. "Mark Fox bids to head NIGA: Three Affiliated official serves as treasurer". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 3/7/2001 V.20; N.38 p. D2.

----.  "Marketplace pulse"  Star Tribune. Minneapolis, Minn.: Apr 9, 1986. p. 01.M

----. "Meet the IHS public health nurses". Fort Apache Scout 5/9/1997 V.36; N.2 p. 4

----.  "Minot bank agrees to order ending Indian loan bias"  Star Tribune. Minneapolis, Minn.: Sep 25, 1986. p. 09.B

----. "Museum opens door to past for children of future". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 5/11/1994 V. 13; N. 46 p. 9 Supplement.

----. "N.D. delegation hopes to boost Indian interest in politics". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 8/23/2000 V.20; N.10 p. D2.

----. "NAIHC appoints technical specialists". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 8/10/1994 V. 14; N. 7 p. A-6

----. "NAJA faces new challenges, opportunities". Medium Rare 4/30/1994 p. 3.

----. "Native American Cowboy Exhibition Opens at the National Museum of the American Indian in Lower Manhattan on May 17". Native Voice, The 3/7/2003 V.2; N.4 p. 3

----. "Native Americans discover Dolly Wood". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 5/24/1999 p. B2

----. "NCAI gathers in San Diego". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 11/20/2002 V.22; N.23 p. A1

----.  "North Dakota".  USA TODAY McLean, Va.: Sep 12, 1989. p. 08.A

----.  "Northrop Grumman Honored for Work With Native American Businesses".  PR Newswire. New York: Oct 1, 1999. p. 1

----. "On Campus". Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education 7/31/1998 V.IX; N.4 p. 30
 

----.  Opening to surface homestead entry of lands classified as containing coal formerly in the Fort Berthold Reservation, North Dakota [computer file] : authorized by act of August 3, 1914 (38 Stat., 681), proclamation, regulations and act.  [S.l. : s.n.], 1916.  Electronic version: http://lib.fbcc.bia.edu/FortBerthold/pdf/openingFBlands/OpeningFBLands.pdf --

----.  "Park Service Hires UNM Law Graduate".  Journal Staff and Wire Reports  Albuquerque Journal   09-22-2000  p.D3
 

----.  Pathways to plains prehistory : anthropological perspectives of plains natives and their pasts : papers in honor of Robert E. Bell / edited by Don G. Wyckoff and Jack L. Hofman.  Duncan, Okla. : Cross Timbers Press, c1982.

----.  "Prepared Testimony Of Mark Fox Vice Chairman Three Affilliated Tribes Of The Fort Berthold Reservation North Dakota Before The Senate Committee On Indian Affairs And Senate Committee On Energy And Natural Resources Subject - "General Accounting Office's Report On Trust Funds Management With The Department Of The Interior" Wednesday, JULY 14, 1999".  Federal News Service - Washington Package. Washington: Jul 14, 1999. p. 1

----.  "Professor gathered stories of the Mandan and Hidatsa"  Bismarck Tribune. Bismarck, ND: Sep 16, 2003. p. 2

----.  "Profile: Lyn Dockter-Pinnick, President, Fort Berthold Community College, New Town, ND".  Contemporary Women's Issues Database   11-01-1992

----. "Return of the Buffalo nation". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 5/11/1994 V. 13; N. 46 p. 5 Supplement

----.  The Ricaree Indian Fight [microform] : Letter from one of Ashley's men, dated Fort Kiowa, June 17, 1823, to a friend in Washington.  [n.p., 1823]


----. "Riders forging Aboriginal unity". Windspeaker 7/31/1994 V.12; N.9 p. R1.

----.  "Sacagawea Famed, Yet a Mystery; Interpreter's Role Central to Bicentennial Commemoration of Lewis and Clark"  The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: Dec 30, 2002. p. B.03

----. "'Sacred Beauty' quillwork on display". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 12/29/1997 p. A8.

----.  "Senate Committee To Vote To Ease Oil & Gas Development At Ft. Berthold Reservation".  Capitol Hill Press Releases 10-22-1997

----.  "Some claim Sacajawea was not Shoshone Hidatsa curator says expedition helper is part of tribe's history".  Idaho Statesman. Boise, Idaho: May 8, 1999. p. 12.a

----. "Stone carving at Heard Museum: Mandan/Hidatsa Artist demonstrates techniques Nov. 28-30". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 12/1/1997 p. A7.

----.  "Supreme Court Actions".  San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco, Calif.: Jun 17, 1986. p. 8

----.  "Tribal jails often overcrowded, understaffed, Justice study finds"  Star Tribune. Minneapolis, Minn.: Jul 10, 2000. p. 07.A

----. "Tribes consider Sacajawea spelling change". Wind River News 8/22/2002 V.25; N.34 p. 6.

----.  "Tribes seek settlement for land lost to a dam". (Arikara, Hidatsa and Mandan lands buried under Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota)  The New York Times March 1, 1988 v137 pA15(L) col 1 (13 col in)

----. "Two men present "Twentieth Century Warriors" on stage". Wind River News 1/9/1996 V.19; N.2 p. 2

----. "Umatilla contingent stayed busy at Monticello events". Confederated Umatilla Journal 2/28/2003 V. IX; Issue 2 p. 11.

----. "Unity Ride '96 From Wahpeton, to Grey Buffalo Horn Butte, Devil's Tower, Wyoming". Akwesasne Notes 3/31/1996 V.2; N.1 p. 51.

----. "Upper Missouri River Art". Whispering Wind 10/31/2000 V.31; N.2 p. 4

----.  "Whitman to seek top post"  The Bismarck Tribune. (1963, Sept. 9).

----.  "Whitman resigns, then reconsiders tribes directorship". (1972, October 28). The Bismarck Tribune.

----. "Wings of America; Teams soar at championships". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 3/19/2003 V.22; N.40 p. D1

Abel, Annie Heloise.   "A New Lewis and Clark Map." The Geographical Review. (1916). 1 (5), pp. 329-345.

 

----.    Chardon’s Journal of Fort Clark 1834-1839. Department of History, State of South Dakota: Pierre.

 

----.   "Mackay's Table of Distances." Mississippi Valley Historical Review. (1924) 10 (4), pp. 428-446.

----.   Tabean's Narrative of Loisel's Expedition to the Upper Missouri, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK. (1939).

Adams, Jim.  "NCAI maps strategy for new political landscape". Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 5/23/2001 V.20; N.49 p. A1

Ahler, Stanley A.  

  • Analysis of controlled surface artifact collections from the Sakakawea (32ME11) and Lower Hidatsa (32ME10) village sites / Stanley A. Ahler and Bruce F. Benz.  Grand Forks : Dept. of Anthropology and Archeology, University of North Dakota, 1980.
  • Archeological mitigation at Taylor Bluff Village (32ME366), Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site / edited by Stanley A. Ahler, with contributions by Stanley A. Ahler ... [et al.].  Grand Forks, N.D. : Dept. of Anthropology, University of North Dakota, [1988]
  • People of the willows : the prehistory and early history of the Hidatsa Indians / Stanley A. Ahler, Thomas D. Thiessen, Michael K. Trimble.  Grand Forks, N.D. : University of North Dakota, c1991.

Alexander, Ralph W., 1943-  The hybrid origin of the Arikara Indians of the Great Plains [microform] / by Ralph W. Alexander, Jr. --  Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University.  1971.

 Albert, A.M.,  Wescott, D.J.,  Sparks, C.S..   "Bilateral asymmetry of epiphyseal union as an indicator of stress in the Arikara".  American Journal of Physical Anthropology Annual 2001 p31

Allam, Hannah.   "Intern Program Tackles Problems"  The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: Jul 25, 1999. p. C.08

Ambler, Marjane.

  • "Governing underfunded tribal colleges". Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education 7/31/1996 V.VII; N.1 p. 38
  • "Making Room for Tradition: Tribal Colleges Blend the Wisdom of Traditional Healers With the Science of Western Medicine". Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education 1/31/1994 V.5; N.3 p. 17
  • "Taking care of our own: Training Indians to Heal Indians". Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education 1/31/1994 V.5; N.3 p. 10
  • "Women Leaders in Indian Education: More Women are Running Tribal Colleges. What Does This Mean for the Future of Native American Societies?" Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education 4/30/1992 V.III; N.4 p. 10

Ambry, Glenda. "Tribes and state clash over issues in North Dakota". Native Voice, The 5/9/2002 V.1; N.4 p. 1

Anna, Lawrence O.  Ground-water data for Billings, Golden Valley, and Slope Counties, North Dakota / by Lawrence O. Anna ; prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the North Dakota State Water Commission ... [et al.].  Bismarck, N.D. : [North Dakota Geological Survey], 1980.

Arickara Singers.  Arickara [sound recording]  Fay, Okla. : Indian Records, [1980?]  1 sound disc : 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in., Recorded at Whiteshield, North Dakota, February 2, 1972.

Associated Press. 

  • "Accord With Indians In Hands Of Bush".  Associated Press. St. Louis Post - Dispatch  St. Louis, Mo.: Oct 11, 1992. p. 5.A
  • "Congress OKs $240 Million For Indian Tribes Trust Fund".  By The Associated Press. Times - Picayune New Orleans, La.: Oct 9, 1992. p. A.12
  • "Tribe Officials Question Ancestry Of Sacajawea".  The Associated Press. The Oregonian. Portland, Or.: May 9, 1999. p. A.19
  • "Tribe weighs name change for famous guide".  Associated Press' Cincinnati Post   08-29-2002.  p.5A

Atkinson, Henry, and Benjamin O'Fallon. 1834. "Letter to James Barbour, St. Louis. 7 November, 1825." American State Papers: Indian Affairs, Vol. 2, No. 226, pp. 606-608. US Office of Indian Affairs: Washington.
 

Athearn, George W.  Forts of the Upper Missouri. University of Nebraska Press: Lincoln, 1967.
 

Baker, Fred.  "Health Care Facilities Needs Of Ft. Berthold Three Tribes: Mr. Fred Baker".  Congressional Testimony 06-11-2003.

Barbour, Ronald B.  "Third Unity Ride hosted by Joseph Bighead Cree Nation". Saskatchewan Sage 3/31/1999 V.3; N.6 p. 2

Bartimus, Tad.  "Colonization, Reservations, Modernization Awaited Frontier Indians".  Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles, Calif.: Sep 24, 1989. p. 2

Bean, John Victor, 1843-1919.  Papers, 1868-1919.  State Historical Society.

Bear, Keith.  

  • Earthlodge [sound recording] / Keith Bear.  Bismarck, ND : Makoche, c2000.
  • Echoes of the upper Missouri [sound recording] / Keith Bear.  Bismarck, ND : Meyer Creative Productions, 1994.
  • People of the willows [sound recording] / Keith Bear.  Bismarck, ND : Makoche, [1999].  Compact disc.

Beauregard, H.T., editor.  "Journal of Jean Baptiste Truteau among the Arikara Indians in 1795." Missouri Historical Society, Collections (1912).  4 (1), pp. 9- 48.
 

Beckwith, Martha Warren, 1871-1959.  Myths and hunting stories of the Mandan and Hidatsa Sioux / collected in translation by Martha Warren Beckwith.  New York : AMS Press, [1978], c1930.

Benton, Sherrole.

  • "Searching For A Free Press In Indian Country: Are Tribally Controlled Media Watchdogs or Lap Dogs?" Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education 7/31/1994 V.VI; N.1 p. 16.

Benton, Sherrole; Ambler, Marjane.  "Building dreams on the high ground".  Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education 10/31/1995 V.VII; N.2 p. 12.

Berman, Tressa Lynn.

  • Circle of Goods: Women, Work, and Welfare in a Reservation Community (Suny Series in Anthropological Studies of Contemporary Issues)  State University of New York Press, c. 2003.
     
  • "For the Taking: The Garrison Dam and the Tribal Taking Area". Cultural Survival Quarterly
    12(2). (1989). 
  • Women-centered kin networks in a reservation community : Fort Berthold, North Dakota / by Tressa Lynn Berman.  1994.

Berry, James J.  Arikara middlemen : the effects of trade on an Upper Missouri society / by James J. Berry.  Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University, 1978.

Best, Josiah Janney.  Typescript, 1889-ca. 1976.  State Historical Society of ND.

Best, M.D.  "Mandan Pottery". North Dakota History. Journal of the Northern Plains Vol. 43, Winter. No. 1 pp.38-39. (1976). 

Bhardwaj, Ajay.  

  • Demand and needs assessment study of alcohol and other drugs among Native American Indians living on reservations in North Dakota / [submitted to North Dakota Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services ; prepared by Ajay Bhardwaj, David Moore, Max D. Larsen].  Bismarck, ND : N.D. Dept. of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, [1998]
  • State substance abuse demand and needs assessment survey of Native Americans on Fort Berthold Reservation / [submitted to North Dakota Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services ; prepared by Ajay Bhardwaj, David Moore, Max D. Larsen].   Bismarck, ND : N.D. Dept. of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, [1998]

Bial, Raymond.  The Mandan.  New York : Benchmark Books, c2003.

Bird, Stephen.  Old man coyote races buffalo : a Mandan story, told by Stephen Bird. Illustrated by David J. Ripley.  Bismarck, N. D. : Mary College, [1977].

Bismarck Tribune.  

  • "Construction starts on detention center".  Bismarck Tribune. Bismarck, ND: Mar 22, 2003. p. 11
  • "Fort Berthold school problem studied here" . (1942, March 12). The Bismarck Tribune.
  • "Three Affiliated Tribes plans refinery".  Bismarck Tribune. Bismarck, ND: Mar 14, 2003. p. 6
  • "Walk to help raise awareness".  Bismarck Tribune. Bismarck, ND: Apr 23, 2003. p. 4

Bodmer, Karl, 1809-1893.  Karl Bodmer's America / introduction by William H. Goetzmann ; annotations by David C. Hunt and Marsha V. Gallagher ; artist's biography by William J. Orr.  [Lincoln] : Joslyn Art Museum & University of Nebraska Press, c1984.

Boller, Henry A. (1959). Among the Indians. Chicago.

Boller, Henry A., Edited by Ray H. Mattison. .

  • "Journal of a trip to, and residence in, Indian Country [1858]. North Dakota History, (1966b).  Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 260-315. Historical Society of North Dakota: Bismarck.
  • "The Letters of Henry A. Boller: Upper Missouri River Fur Trader." North Dakota History, (1966a).  Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 106-219. Historical Society of North Dakota: Bismarck.
     

Booher, Jane K.  

  • Francies Densmore Mandan and Hidatsa music recordings - 1912 -North Dakota Historical Society : Index / prepared Jane K. Booher, Mandan-Hidatsa Music Project, Fort Berthold Community College.  New Town, N.D. : Fort Berthold Community College, c1990.
  • Maa-baa-hi Mba-hac (We're going singing) : a traditional song collection of the Mandan and Hidatsa tribes. [Multimedia] / edited and adapted by Jane K. Booher ; illustrated by Alton White Bear.  New Town, N.D. : Fort Berthold Community College, c1992.
  • A Portrayal of Francis Densmore : by Jane Booher [videorecording] / produced by Michael W. Stevens for the Mandan-Hidatsa Music Project, Fort Berthold Community College ; project director: Jane Booher.  New Town, N.D. : Fort Berthold Community College : Mandan-Hidatsa Music Project, [1990].

Bowers, Alfred W.

  • Hidatsa social and ceremonial organization / by Alfred W. Bowers ; introduction by Douglas R. Parks.  Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 1992.
  • A history of the Mandan and Hidatsa [microform] / by Alfred William Bowers.  1948.
  • Mandan social and ceremonial organization / Alfred W. Bowers ; foreword by Roderick Sprague.  Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho Press, 1991.

Bowers, Norman A., 1949-  Hidatsa suprasegmentals : a phonological analysis of a Siouan Native North American language / Norman A. Bowers.  Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho Press, 1996.

Boyd, Matthew.  "Interdependence and power: complexity in hunter-gatherer/farmer exchanges". Plains Anthropologist August 1998 v43 n165 p311(9)

Braaten, Ann W. , Williams, Robyne C.   "Building cultural bridges: a Native American and university apparel textiles educational program".  Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Fall 1997 v89 n3 p53(4)

Brackenridge. Journal of a Voyage Up the River Missouri, Performed in Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, reprinted in Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Vol. 6,  ed. Reuben G. Thwaites, 32 vols. (1904).

Bradbury, John.  Travels in the Interior of American.  London: Sherwood, Neeley & Jones.  (1904).

Brooke, James .   "Controversy Over Memorial to Winners at Little Bighorn"  New York Times (Late Edition (East Coast)). New York, N.Y.: Aug 24, 1997. p. 1.18

Brower, Jacob Vradenberg, 1844-1905. 

  • Mandan / by J.V. Brower ; contribution by E.R. Steinbrueck.  St. Paul, Minn. : [Press of McGill-Warner Co., 1904.
  • Memoirs of Explorations in the Basin of the Mississippi, (1904).  Volume VIII. McGill-Warner Co.:St. Paul.
     

Bruner, Edward M.  A study of cultural change and persistence in a Mandan-Hidatsa Indian village [microform] / [by] Edward M. Bruner.  1954.  Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Chicago, 1954.

 

Brymer, Douglas.  “Journal of Lavendrye, 1738-39.” Pp. 2-29 IN Report on Canadian Archives 1890.   Canadian Archives: Ottowa, Canada.

Buettner, Michael

  • "President's idea led to epic trek ; Celebration of Lewis and Clark's journey begins where Jefferson's letter launched it"  Seattle Times. Seattle, Wash.: Jan 19, 2003. p. A.9
  • "Saturday event formally kicks off bicentennial commemoration"   Associated Press. Bismarck Tribune. Bismarck, ND: Jan 19, 2003. p. 1

Burland, C. A.  "American Indian Map Makers." Geographical Magazine (1947).  20 (7) 285-292.

Caldwell, Robert J.   "Justice and hope: a better future for Native Americans"  The San Diego Union - Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 17, 2002. p. G.1

Carlson, C. G. (Clarence Gustav).  

  • Geology of Billings, Golden Valley, and Slope counties, North Dakota / by Clarence G. Carlson ; prepared by the North Dakota Geological Survey, in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey ... [et al.].  [Grand Forks, N.D. : North Dakota Geological Survey], 1983.
  • Geology of McKenzie County, North Dakota / by Clarence G. Carlson ; prepared by the North Dakota Geological Survey in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey, [and] North Dakota State Water Commission, and the McKenzie County Water Management District.  [Grand Forks, N.D.] : North Dakota Geological Survey, 1985.

Canfield, Sarah E.  [1866-68] Edited by Ray A. Mattison. "An Army wife on the upper Missouri ([Diary, 1866-68]." North Dakota History, (1953).  Vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 191-220. Historical Society of North Dakota: Bismarck.
 

Case, Rev. and Mrs. Harold W.  100 years at Ft. Berthold : the history of Fort Berthold Indian Mission, 1876-1976 / compiled by Rev. and Mrs. Harold W. Case.  [Bismarck? N.D. : Bismarck tribune] c1977.

Cash, Joseph H., and Wolff Gerald W.  The Three Affiliated Tribes (Mandan, Arikara, and Hidatsa) / by Joseph H. Cash and Gerald W. Wolff.  Phoenix : Indian Tribal Series, c1974.

Cassidy, Frank.   Aboriginal Self-Determination.  Oolichan Books and The Institute for Research on Public Policy. (1991).

Catlin, George, 1796-1872.

  • Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Conditions of North American Indians.  Vols. 1 and II. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., (1973).
  • The North American Indians. Philadelphia, 1913.
  • O-kee-pa, a religious ceremony, and other customs of the Mandans. Edited, and with an introd., by John C. Ewers.  New Haven, Yale University Press, 1967.

Chardon, Francis A., d. 1848.  Chardon's journal at Fort Clark, 1834-1839 / edited with historical introduction and notes by Annie Heloise Abel ; introduction to the Bison Books edition by William R. Swagerty.  Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c1997.

Chazanoff, Daniel, 1923-. 

  • Music of the Crow (Apsaroke) Nation and their cousins the Hidatsa Nation : for the Native American flute or recorder / [compiled] by Daniel Chazanoff.  Brasstown, N.C. : Susato Press, c1999.
  • Music of the Mandan Nation : for the Native American flute or recorder / [compiled] by Daniel Chazanoff.  Brasstown, N.C. : Susato Press, c1999.

Chittendon, Brigadier General Hiram M.

  • The American Fur Trade of the Far West. Volumes 1-3. F. P. Harper: New York., 1902.
  • History of Steamboat Navigation on the Missouri River: Life and Adventures of Joseph La Barge. F. P. Harper: New York, 1903.
     

Chittendon, Hiram M. and A. T. Richardson, editors.  Life, Letters, and Travels of Father Pierre-Jean DeSmet S. J. 1801-1873. Volumes 1-4. F. P. Harper: New York, 1905.

Chomko, Stephen A. 

  • "Ethnohistory of the Knife-Heart Region, North Dakota." Office of the State Archaeologist, South Dakota, 1977.
  • "Papers in Northern Plains Prehistory and Ethnohistory - The Ethnohistorical Setting of the Upper Knife-Heart Region." South Dakota Archaeological Society, Sioux Falls, SD., 1986.
     

Chronister, Allen.

  • "An Arikara Shirt". Whispering Wind 12/31/2001 V.32; N.1 p. 24.
  • "Book Corner: Encyclopedia of Native American Costume". Whispering Wind 6/30/1999 V.30; N.2 p. 32.
  • "Early Grass Dancers Arikaras At Fort Berthold". Whispering Wind 8/31/2001 V.31; N.6 p. 22.
  • "Ft. Berthold Leaders". Whispering Wind 2/28/2003 V.33; N.1 p. 20.
  • "Glimpses: Lakota And Arikara". Whispering Wind 8/31/1997 V.29; N.1 p. 28.

Clokey, Richard M., 1936-  William H. Ashley : enterprise and politics in the trans-Mississippi West / by Richard M. Clokey.  Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, c1980.

Cohen, Edward B.  "Fort Berthold Reservation Mineral Rights Leasing : Edward B. Cohen".   Congressional Testimony   10-06-1997.

Collot, Victor.  A Journey in North America. Volumes 1 and 2. 1 Atlas. Arthur Bertrand: Paris, 1826.
 

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  • Board member manual : Fort Berthold / from the publishers of "Board & Administrator" newsletter.  Akron, Iowa : Aspen Publishers, Inc.,
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  • Fort Berthold Community College annual report / Fort Berthold Community College.  New Town, N.D. : Fort Berthold Community College, 19??c.
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  • Project discover - Vocational education / Written and compiled by Delores Wilkinson, technical assistant : Alice Rough, cover by Alton White Bear.  New Town, N.D. : Fort Berthold Community College, [198?].
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  • The Storyteller /by the students of the FBCC Native American Literature Class project.  New Town, N.D. : Fort Berthold Community College, 1994.

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Fox, Gregory L. 

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Gavin, Robert .  "Inheriting the Wind --- Indian Tribes Look to Tap Energy Source for Income; `Sweet Irony' on History"
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Gilmore, Melvin Randolph, 1868-1940.

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Hall, Tex.

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Hamilton, Candy.  "Celebration, reconciliation at the Little Bighorn". News From Indian Country 7/15/1995 V.IX; N.13 p. 10

Hammel,  Paul .  "A celebrated woman, by any name Spelling of Sacagawea is only one of the details from her life under dispute So many unknowns. . ".  Omaha World Herald 10-12-2003 4SS
 

Hanna, Paul S.  An analysis of the assimilation of white culture by Hidatsa Indians of North Dakota / Paul S. Hanna.  1953.

Hanson, Jeffery R. (Jeffery Raymond), 1949-, Hidatsa culture change, 1780-1845 : a cultural ecological approach / by Jeffery R. Hanson. Lincoln, Neb. : J & L Reprint Co., 1987, [1983].

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Harper, Karen (Karen S.)  River of sky / Karen Harper.  New York : Dutton, c1994. [fiction]

Harrod, Howard L.  Becoming and Remaining a People: Native American Religions of the Northern Plains.  Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona Press, 1995.

Hartle, Donald Dean, 1923-  The dance hall of the Santee Bottoms on the Fort Berthold Reservation, Garrison Reservoir, North Dakota / by Donald D. Hartle.  Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1963.

Hayden, Ferdinand V. 

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Haynes, John J.  The Forgotten People, A Wheaton and Co., Ltd., Exeter, English. (1987).

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  • "Tribes use the time to tell their tales Indians hope their voices and history continue the legacy of mutual discovery".  Omaha World Herald 10-12-2003  p.10ss
  • "A West already wild with trading Lewis and Clark entered a complex world with a mix of Indians, Europeans Cyber Corps".  Omaha World - Herald. Omaha, Neb.: Nov. 12, 2003 p. 6ss

Henry, Will, 1912-  Winter shadows : a western duo / Will Henry.  Waterville, Me. : Five Star, 2003. [fiction]

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Herman, Francis T.   Historical and cultural reconstruction of the Mandan and Arikara Indians as reported by the observations of early American travellers, 1770-1870 / by Francis T. Herman.  Thesis (M.S.)--Northern State College, 1972.

Hewitt, J. N. B., David R. Miller, and Edwin Thompson Denig.  The Assiniboine. University of Oklahoma: Norman, 2000.

Hight,   Kathryn S.  "Doomed to perish": George Catlin's depictions of the Mandan. (Mandan Indians of North America)       Art Journal Summer 1990 v49 n2 p119(6)

Hill, Edward E. The Office of Indian Affairs. Historical sketches 1824-1880. Clearwater Publishing: New York, 1974.
 

HKM Associates.  Nonpoint source assessment : Task II assessment of present conservation practices on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. Billings, MT : HKM Associates, [1981].

Hoffine, Lyla, 1897-

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Holder, Preston.   The Hoe and the Horse on the Plains, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln & London. (1970).

Hollow, Robert C. 

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Howard, James H.   Butterfly's Mandan winter count, 1833-1876 / James H. Howard.  Bloomington, Ind. : Indiana University, 1960.

Howling Wolf, Dan.  Grasshopper, ant, and mosquito go hunting / told by Dan Howling Wolf.  Bismarck, N.D. : Mary College ; c1977.

Humphrey, Kay.

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  • "Dakotah Wicohan Tipi serves Watertown area: Aids those removed from tribal government, services".  Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 2/7/2001 V.20; N.34 p. D1
  • "Efforts to preserve exposed burial sites fuel court action: Tribes-corps of engineers pursue permanent solution".  Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 11/1/2000 V.20; N.20 p. D1

Hunter, John A.  "Taking Up the Pen: New Voices Interns Speak their Minds". Circle, The 2/28/1996 V.17; N.2 p. 18

Hurt, Wesley Robert, 1917-  Report of the investigations of the Four Bear Site, 39DW2, Dewey County, South Dakota, 1958-1959, by Wesley R. Hurt, Jr. [and others].  Vermillion, W. H. Over Museum, State University of South Dakota, 1962.

Hurt, Wesley Robert and William E. Lass.  Frontier Photographers: Stanley J. Morrow's Dakota Years. Lincoln and Vermillion, 1956.
 

Hyde, George E.

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Hyeoma, Lee.  "Super dancers for Super Bowl". News From Indian Country 4/15/1996 V.X; N.7 p. B1.

Innis, Ben.  Bloody Knife: Custer's favorite scout / by Ben Innis ; edited by Richard E. Collin.  Bismarck, N.D. Smoky Water Press, 1994.

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  • "Battlefield is a reminder of the strength of the Native spirit".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Nov 3, 2002. p. 04
  • "BIA to meet with Rocky Mountain tribes".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Oct 20, 2002. p. 04
  • "Bureau of Indian Affairs' top boss resigns".   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Nov 22, 2002. p. 04
  • "Bush policy to support tribal colleges".   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Jul 4, 2002. p. 04
  • "Congress OKs BIA plan to merge, reorganize".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Dec 20, 2002. p. 03
  • "Cuts may doom commission"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Apr 6, 2003. p. 01.06
  • "Crazy Horse's name being misused, abused in Las Vegas"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Mar 2, 2003. p. 04
  • "Crow man recognized for helping preserve past".   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Oct 31, 2002. p. 06
  • "A different story of who Sacagawea may have been"  News Network. Bismarck Tribune. Bismarck, ND: Jun 8, 2003. p. 4
  • "The dilemma over sharing what's sacred"   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: May 11, 2003. p. 01.08
  • "'Education is your most powerful tool'".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Oct 1, 2002. p. 08
  • "Exhibit shows deep understanding of Native lands, people"   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Apr 8, 2003. p. 05
  • "Even in death, mother teaches love, strength to family, friends"   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Aug 10, 2003. p. 04
  • "Film festival highlights Native talent and growth in cinema".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Nov 11, 2002. p. 05
  • "Free flow of ideas necessary to gain understanding".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Oct 13, 2002. p. 04
  • "Giveaways central to Native culture, tradition".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Aug 18, 2002. p. 08
  • "Government grants tribes use of '.gov' Internet suffix".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Apr 27, 2002. p. 06
  • "High court hears cases involving tribal land".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Dec 3, 2002. p. 01.02
  • "The honeymooners".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Jan 14, 2003. p. 01
  • "House may not get to Native Omnibus Act".   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Nov 22, 2002. p. 04
  • `I just have a good time all the time'   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Sep 30, 2002. p. 07
  • "In Nevada case, a challenge to tribal sovereignty"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Feb 23, 2003. p. 04
  • "Interior Dept. reveals plan to remake BIA".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Dec 5, 2002. p. 03
  • "Interior's Norton to fight contempt ruling".   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Nov 20, 2002. p. 04
  • "Judge orders agency not to move Native trust records".   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Apr 19, 2002. p. 06
  • "Jurisdictional disputes are increasing tensions around Native lands."   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Feb 23, 2003. p. 01.04
  • "Kansas to return gas trucks to Winnebagos".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Jul 11, 2002. p. 02
  • "Land allotments proved devastating to Native land holdings".   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Sep 29, 2002. p. 06
  • "Land of confusion"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Sep 29, 2002. p. 01.06
  • "Let the Nebraska quarter designing process begin"   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Jul 1, 2003. p. 05
  • "A long line of broken promises."   Lincoln Journal Star.  Lincoln, Neb.: Sep 30, 2002. p. 07
  • "Magazine distorts tribal casinos".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Dec 15, 2002. p. 04
  • "Magazine's mission is offering hope"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Feb 24, 2003. p. 01
  • "McCaleb leaves BIA rudderless at a key juncture".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Nov 24, 2002. p. 03.10
  • "Military service a long-standing tradition for Natives".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Feb 16, 2003. p. 06
  • "Native conference to seek support on pressing issues".   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Nov 14, 2002. p. 05
  • "Native group prepared to guard sites".  Lincoln Journal Star.  Lincoln, Neb.: Dec 1, 2002. p. 01.02
  • "Native law experts weigh in on high court's dialogue".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Dec 8, 2002. p. 08
  • "Need to tell stories about Natives fuels pen".   Lincoln Journal Star.  Lincoln, Neb.: Jun 23, 2002. p. 06
  • "Power to enforce retraining orders often an obstacle in fight against domestic violence"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Feb 23, 2003. p. 04
  • "Psychologist lost all under the control of medicine man"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: May 11, 2003. p. 08
  • "Reservation church stands steadfast through life's circle"  Bismarck Tribune. Bismarck, ND: May 31, 2003. p. 1
  • "Ruling favors Apache tribe"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Mar 5, 2003. p. 08
  • "Secretary critical of Native trust fund reform manager".   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: May 2, 2002. p. 05
  • "Soldier's death helped better America for Natives"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Apr 20, 2003. p. 05
  • "'Special' label is misconception"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Jul 13, 2003. p. 04
  • "Small reservation church marks the end of an era"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: May 25, 2003. p. 04
  • "Some Indians Tracts Are So Tiny They Stump Computer".   Wisconsin State Journal.  Madison, Wis.: Sep 30, 2002. p. A.10
  • "Speaker: Natives overlooked by U.S.".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Oct 17, 2002. p. 03
  • "'They can't just send us a figure of how much we have'"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Oct 1, 2002. p. 09
  • "'They resurrected Ross Swimmer'".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Oct 1, 2002. p. 08
  • `They act like it's their money'.  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Sep 30, 2002. p. 07
  • "Tribal biases easily formed, but ultimately dismissed".   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Jun 30, 2002. p. 06
  • "Tribal checkpoint at issue". Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Jan 4, 2003. p. 01.02
  • "Tribes: Interior Department statements inaccurate, a fraud".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Oct 11, 2002. p. 04
  • "Two youths selected to lead national Native commission".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Nov 15, 2002. p. 08
  • "U.S. Out To Fix Its Mess On Indians' Land ; Lawsuit Pending; Billions Of Dollars Are Involved".  Wisconsin State Journal. Madison, Wis.: Sep 30, 2002. p. A.1
  • `We have to do a better job than our competition'   Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Sep 30, 2002. p. 06
  • 'We have to save for our futures'.  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Oct 1, 2002. p. 09
  • "Welcome to the other side, white America"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Mar 16, 2003. p. 05
  • "What has to CHANGE?"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Oct 1, 2002. p. 01.08
  • "Who's going to Pay?  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Sep 30, 2002. p. 01.06
  • "Winnebago Tribe gives BIA eviction notice".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Jan 10, 2003. p. 01
  • "Woman takes top spot in hoop dance contest"  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Feb 4, 2003. p. 08
  • "World leaders can take lesson from military camaraderie".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Sep 29, 2002. p. 04
  • "A worsening bureaucratic headache: Fractionated land".  Lincoln Journal Star. Lincoln, Neb.: Sep 29, 2002. p. 07.

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