Meskwaki Bibliography

 

SELECTED SOURCES ON THE MESKWAKI

 

(Based on bibliographies compiled by Sara Behrman, Johnathan L. Buffalo, David Hudson, and others.)

 

Abele, Charles A. "The Grand Indian Council and Treaty at Prairie du Chien, 1825." Phd. dissertation, Loyola University, 1969.

Able, Annie H. "The History of Events Resulting in Indian Consolidation West of the Mississippi." Annual Report, 1906, vol. 1. Washington, D.C.: American Historical Association, 1908.

Ahmad, Iqbal Dr.  “The Dilemma of the Mesquakie Education.”  Midland Schools, Fall Issue (1971): 24-25, 26-37.

Aldrich, C. "The Acquisition of Iowa Lands from the Indians." Annals of Iowa 7 (1906): 283-290.

Allen, Arthur Francis, ed. Northwestern Iowa, Its History and Traditions 1804-1926. Chicago: 1927.

Allinson, MacBurnie. "Education and the Mesquakie." Phd. dissertation. Ames: Iowa State University, 1974.

Almquist, Rex B. "Educational History of the Iowa Sac and Fox, Present Problems in School and Community: Implications for Social Work." M.S. thesis. Iowa City: State University of Iowa, 1972.

American Antiquity Notes and News. 1960: 630; 1961: 586.

"Ames Stoddard, letter to Henry Dearborn, St. Louis, June 22, 1804" in Glimpses of the Past, vol. 2, pp. 114-115. St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society, 1933-1943.

Anderson, Carol.  “Mesquakie School Offers Unique Education.”  Times Republican, November 23, 1995.

Anderson, Duane C.  “Iowa Ethnohistory: A Review, Part 1.”  Annals of Iowa, 41 (1973): 1228-1241.

            “Iowa Ethnohistory: A Review, Part II.”  Annals of Iowa, 42 (1975): 41-59.

            Eastern Iowa Prehistory. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1981.

            “Mesquakie Chief Poweshiek’s Feathered Cape.”  Plains Anthropologist.  30 (1985): 161-164.

Anderson, Melville B., ed. Relation of the Discoveries and Voyages of Cavelier De La Salle from 1679-1681. Chicago: The Caxton Club, 1901.

Anderson, Ray. "New Form of Tribal Management Proposed by Indians on Sac and Fox Reservation." Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 17, 1936.

An Anthropological Report on the Sac, Fox and Iowa Indians. American Indian Ethnohistory: North Central and Northeastern Indians, vol. 1. New York: Garland, 1974.

Annuities Of the Sac and Fox Of the Mississippi. House Document 1st Sess. 57th Congress Document 34, 4322.

Arends, John.  “64th Mesquakie Pow-Wow; Part of a Way of Life.”  Digest, Iowa Development Commission, 1979.

Armstrong, Perry A. The Sauks and the Black Hawk War, with Biographical Sketches etc. Springfield, Ill.: Rokker, 1887.

"At Last Mesquakie Indians Have What Looks Like Promising Plan of Help from Whites Who Begin to Understand." Tama New Herald, June 18, 1953.

Atwater, Caleb. Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie du Chien, Thence to Washington City, in 1829. Columbus, Ohio: Jenkins and Glover, 1831.

         The Indians of the Northwest.  Columbus, 1850.

Audet, F. Emile. Les Premiers Establissements Francais au Pays des Illinois: La Guerre des Renards. Paris: Sorlot, 1938.

Auge, Thomas. "The Life and Times of Julien Dubuque." Palimpsest 57 (1976): 2-13.

Aumann, Francis R. "Dispossession of the Tribes." Palimpsest 50 (1969): 234-239.

          "Keokuk, the Watchful Fox." Palimpsest 46 (1965): 225-236.

          "Poweshiek." Palimpsest 8 (1927): 297-305.

          "Wapello." Palimpsest 9 (1928): 1-7.

Aydelotte, Ballinger. "The Great Indian Scare." In Past and Present of Jasper County, Iowa. Edited by James B. Weaver. Indianapolis: B. F.  Bower and Co., 1912.

Backman, Aaron. "A Glimpse at Colonel George Davenport's Trade with the Sauk, Mesquakie and Kickapoo." EN. 225 Native American Literature. April 27, 1979.

Bacqueville de la Potherie, Claude C. Le Roy. "History of Savage Peoples Who Are Allies of New France." In The Indian Tribes of the Upper Mississippi Valley and Region of the Great Lakes, pp. 11-136 and pp. 273-372. Edited by Emma H. Blair. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1911-1912.

Baker, Paul E. A. Study of the Presbyterian Mission among the Mesquakie Indians in Tama, Iowa. New York: Board of National Missions, 1960.

Balware, Jane. "Mesquakie Indian Mission: Tama, Iowa." The Women's Missionary Magazine. 12 (September 1958): 790-792.

Barlowe, Raleigh. "Appraisal of Sac and Fox and Iowa Indian Lands of Cession 262." University of Iowa, Iowa City. Manuscript.

Barrows, Willard.  “In the Neutral Ground.”  Palimpsest 3 (1922): 106-124.

Barry, Louise. The Beginnings of the West; Annals of the Kansas Gateway to the American West, 1540-1854. Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, 1972.

Bataille, Gretchen M.; Gradwohl, David M.; and Silet, Charles L. P.; eds. The Worlds between Two Rivers: Perspectives on American Indians in Iowa. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1978.

Beach, John. "Indian Agency in Wapello County." In History of Wapello County, Iowa, I, pp. 23-43. Edited by Harrison Waterman. Chicago: 1914.

         “Sac and Fox Indian Council of 1842." Annals of Iowa 12 (1920): 331-345.

Beals, Frank L.  Chief Black Hawk.  Chicago: Wheeler Publishing Co., 1943.

Beckwith, H. W. The Illinois and Indiana Indians. Fergus Historical Series, vol. 27. Chicago: 1884.

Beech, Mervy W.H.  The Sauk, Their Language and Folklore.  Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1911.

Behm, Jeffery A. "A Meskwaki Visit to the Bell Site in 1773." Fox Valley Archeology 28 (April 1999).

        "Archaeological Investigations at the Bell Site. The Grand Village of the Mesquaki. The Magazine of the Midwest Open Air Museums Coordinating Council 14 (1993): 26-35.

        "Changes in the Fox Socio-political Structure Following European Contact." Seminar paper for Anthropology 914-4, Ethnological Problems in North America: American Indian EthnoHistory, Fall, 1978, University of Wisconsin.

         "Excavations of 'Fox' village at Buttle des Morts. Confirm French Bombardement and Burnings." Voyageur 9 (1992): 40-45.

         "More on the Reconstructed Bell Type I Vessels from the Bell site." Fox Valley Archeology 19 (1992): 51-55.

     "Newspaper Accounts Describing the Discovery of Five Meskwaki Burials at the Bell Site (47-Wn-9) in July 1911." Fox Valley Archeology 28 (April 1999).          

        "Recent Excavations at the Bell Site (47-W-9), Winnebago County, Wisconsin."  Paper presented at the 36th Midwest Archaeological Conference, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1991.

"State Archeology Regional Center Number 7 Activities in 1991-1992." Fox Valley Archeology 20 (1992): 19-23.

"The Bell Site: Community Plan of the Grand Village of the Mesquaki." The Wisconsin Archeologist 79 (1998).

"The Bell Site: Native Americans and French Interaction in Wisconsin." In Maps of Encounter: The French in Seventeenth-Century Wisconsin, 1995.

The 1993 and 1993 Archaeological Survey and Evaluation of the Bellhaven Estates Property, Section 7, Town of Algoma, Winnebago County, Wisconsin." University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Archaeology Lab.  Reports of Investigations, No. 4  (1993).

         "Two Middle Historic Native American Pottery Vessels from the Bell Site. (47-Wn-9) Winnebago County, Wisconsin." Fox Valley Archeology 19 (1992): 10-22.

Behnke, Jennifer. "Description and Analysis of Bell Site Ceramics: The Peterson Collection." Fox Valley Archeology 26 (April 1997).

Beitz, Ruth S. "Old Fort Madison: Where We Fled from Indians." Iowan Magazine 10 (1961?): 32-35, 53.

Beltrami, J. C. A Pilgrimage in Europe and America. London: 1828.

Benesh, Dr. Richard L. Jr.  “A Comprehensive Socio-Economic Survey – Sac and Fox of the Mississippi In Iowa.”  Sac and Fox Tribal Council, 1977.

Bennett, Mary. An Iowa Album: A Photographic History, 1850-1920. Chapter I, Indians and the Land. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1990.

          "Meskwaki Code Talkers." Iowa Heritage Illustrated 84 (Winter 2003): 154-156.

Bennett, Mary, Johnathan L. Buffalo, and Dawn Suzanne Wanatee. Meskwaki History. Iowa City: State Historical Society of Iowa, 2004. (interactive CD-ROM)

Benning, Victoria.  “Impoverished Indians Lose Welfare After Bingo Payment.”  Des Moines Register, February 17, 1988.

Berg, Richard E. A Phase I Archaeological Reconnaissance of Fee Lands on the Sac and Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Tama County, Iowa. 2 vols. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Minneapolis, Minnesota.  Submitted to Sac and Fox Tribe, Meskwaki Housing Program, Tama, Iowa. Copy on file, Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa, Iowa City. 1998.

         A Phase I Archaeological Survey of Fee Lands of the Former Doash Everhart, Moore and Tesar Properties Proposed for Trust Acquisition for the Sac and Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Tama County, Iowa.  Bureau of Indian Affairs, Fort Snelling, Minnesota.  Submitted to Sac and Fox Tribe, Meskwaki Housing Program, Tama Iowa.  Copy on file, Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa, Iowa City.  2002.   

Berthrong, J. D. "John Beach and the Removal of the Sauk and Fox Indians from Iowa." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 54 (1956): 313-334.

Berube, Renee. "Analysis of Charcoal from Stockade Features from the Bell Site." Fox Valley Archeology 26 (April 1997).

Best, Agnes. "A Study of Games and Rhythms of the Indians of North America Which May Be Correlated With Social Studies In the Second Grade."  M.A. thesis. Iowa City: State University of Iowa, 1938.

A Bibliography of American Indian Materials. Tama, Iowa: Community School District of South Tama County, 1974.

Bicknell, A. D. "The Tama County Indians." Annals of Iowa 4 (1899): 196-208.

Biensen, Nina List. "Language Called Keg to Keeping Tribes Culture." Times-Republican. May 5, 1977.

Biggs, Uriah. "Sketches of the Sac and Fox Indians, and the Early Settlement of Wapello County." Annals of Iowa 3 (1865): 481-498, 529-537.

Bizzett, Irma J.  Mesquakie Tutoring Project.  U.N.A.S.A., Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa: 1988.

Bizzett, Irma J. and Judean Sullivan.  Mesquakie Indian Youth Tutoring Experience.  U.N.A.S.A., Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa: 1988.

Black Hawk. Life of Blackhawk. Translated by Antoine Le Claire and J. B. Patterson. Rock Island, Ill.: 1834; reprint edition, Iowa City: State Historical Society of Iowa, 1932.

Black Hawk War 1831-1832.  Vol. I and II, Collections of Illinois State Historical Library, Illinois State Historical Library: 1975. 

Blair, Emma Helen. The Indian Tribes of the Upper Mississippi Valley and Region of the Great Lakes. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1912.

Blake, Leonard W. and Cutler, Hugh C. "Plant Materials from the Bell Site, Wn9, Wisconsin." Wisconsin Archeologist 44 (1963): 70-71.

Blocker, R. E. A Long Road Home: The Removal from and return of the Mesquakie to Iowa, 1842-1867. Thesis. Iowa City: University of Iowa, 1992.

Bloom, Elizabeth. "Singers Soul of the Matter During Mesquakie Pow-Wow." Waterloo Courier. Aug 13, 1989.

Bloomfield, L. "Notes on the Fox Languages." International Journal of American Linguistics 3 (1925): 219-232.

         "Notes on the Fox Languages." International Journal of American Linguistics 4 (1927): 181-219.

Bodmer, Karl. "Watercolor of a Sauk and Mesquakie." Palimpsest 60 (1979): cover.

Bodoh, Brad W. "European Weapons from the Bell Site." Fox Valley Archeology 26 (April 1997).

         Meskwaki Flintlocks: Cultural Accommodation and Adaptation During The Early Fur Trade in the Western Great Lakes. University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Archaeology Lab. Reports of Investigations, No. 10, September 14, 2004.

         Meskwaki Flintlocks: Cultural Accommodation and Adaptation During the Early Fur Trade in the Western Great Lakes. M.A. thesis. Dekalb: Northern Illinois University, 2003.

Bond, Beverly W.  The Civilization of the Old Northwest.  New York: The Macmillan Co., 1934.

Bonney, Margaret Atherton. "Indians of Iowa." The Goldfinch 3 (1982): 1-16.

Bonvillian, Nancy. The Sac and Fox Indians of North America. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1995.

Borkowski, Kathryn. The 1712 Siege of Detroit, the French and Fox Indians. St Joseph Valley Record. Spring 1990. 1-5.

Boston, Massachusetts. Massachusetts Historical Society. Jacob Brown Papers, "Indians of Upper Mississippi." Manuscript.

Bowers, Leo. A History of the Sac and Fox Indians Until After the Opening of Their Reservation in Oklahoma. MA thesis. Oklahoma State University, 1940.

Boyd, G. D. R. "Sketches of History and Incidents Connected with the Settlement of Wapello County, from 1843-1859, Inclusive." Annals of Iowa 5 (1867): 940-947.

         "Sketches of History and Incidents Connected with the Settlement of Wapello County, from 1843-1859, Inclusive." Annals of Iowa 6 (1868): 184-191.

Breinich, Dan, Kathy Hoyt, Judy Hupfield, Susan Knauer, Vicki La Brie, Nancy Rowley, Louis Sharzer, Beverly Singleman, Janet Zupek. “The American, The Sauk and Fox Indian of Tama, Iowa.” Teaching the Educationally Disadvantaged. 7U: 133. December 15, 1970.

Briggs, John Ely. "The Council on the Iowa." Palimpsest 46 (1965): 237-250.

         "Implacable Foes." Palimpsest 8 (1927): 306-314.

         "Indian Affairs in 1845." Palimpsest 26 (1945): 225-238.

         “Indian Affairs.” Palimpsest 21 (1940): 261-277.

         "The Indian Cession of 1842." Palimpsest 9 (1928): 45-48.

         “No Sale." Palimpsest 22 (1941): 193-212.

         "The Sacs and Foxes." Palimpsest 50 (1969): 222-226.

         “When Iowa Was Young.” Palimpsest 6 (1925): 117-127.

Brigham, Johnson.  Iowa; Its History and Its Foremost Citizens.  Chicago: The S.J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1916.

Brigham, William. "The Arrowsmith Battlefield." Transactions of the McLean County, Historical Society 4 (33-43) 1936.

Bro, John. "A Report and Overview of the Meskwaki (Sac & Fox) Day School of Tama, Iowa." Underdevelopment, Development and Change 99:165, Professor Jeffrey Ehrenreich, University of Northern Iowa, Spring 1987.

Brown, Alison K. “Beads, Beats and Bands: The Mesquakie Collection of Mary Alicia Owen.” Journal of Missouri Folklore 18-19 (1996-97).

         "Collecting Material Folklore: Motivations and Methods in the Owen and Hasluck Collection." Folklore annual, 1989.

        "The Mary Alicia Owen Collection of Mesquakie Beadwork in Cambridge." Journal of Museum Ethnography 9 (1997).

Brown, Dorothy M. "Wisconsin Indians Corn Origin Myth." Wisconsin Archeologist 21 (1940): 19-27.

Brown, Duane.  “Report of the Career Goals and Enrichment Program Project of the Sac and Fox Indian Students.”  Assistant Professor Duane Brown, Department of Education, Iowa State University, Ames.  August 1967.

Brown, Joni. "Mesquakies Come Together for 74th annual Pow-Wow." Tama News-Herald, August 10, 1989.

          "Pow-Wow Dance Winners." Tama News-Herald, August 18, 1988.

          "Pow-Wow Winners." Toledo Chronicle, August 23, 1988.

Brown, R. F. "A Social History of the Mesquakie Indians, 1800-1963." M.A. thesis. Ames: Iowa State University, 1964.

Brown, Viola Gardner. "Civilizing the Blanket Indian." Four-Track News, July 1904.

Bruce, H. E. Potawatomie Ten Year Program Report. Washington, D.C.: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1944.

Buffalo, Johnathan Lantz. "Mesquakie Exodus." Paper, University of Iowa, 1977. Special Collections, State Historical Society of Iowa, Iowa City.

         "Mesquakie Family." Paper, University of Iowa, 1976. Special Collections, State Historical Society of Iowa, Iowa City.

         "Pow-Wow History." Discover Tama County. Tama News-Herald, August 11, 1988.

Bullifin, Raymond.  “The Mesquakie Indians of Iowa.”  Paper for Introduction to History, Dr. Sanseri, University of Northern Iowa, September 2, 1987.

Burford, C. C. "Sauk and Fox Indian Ceremonials Attract Large Audiences and Widespread Interest." Journal of the Illinois State Archaeology Society 5 (1947): 24-30.

Busby, Allie B. Two Summers among the Musquakies, Relating to the Early History of the Sac and Fox Tribe, Incidents of Their Noted Chiefs, Location of the Foxes, or Musquakies, in Iowa, with a. Full Account of Their Traditions, Rites and Ceremonies. Vinton, Iowa: Herald Book and Job Rooms, 1886.

Bushnell, David I., Jr. "Native Villages and Village Sites East of the Mississippi." Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 69. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1919.

         "Villages of the Algonquian, Siouan and Caddoan Tribes." Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 77: 37-41. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1922.

Byrd, John M. "Educational Policies of the Federal Government toward the Sac and Fox Indians of Iowa, 1928-1937, with Resulting Changes in Indian Educational Attitude: A Study in the Process of Assimilation." M.S. thesis. Iowa City: State University of Iowa, 1938.

Caldwell, Dorothy J. "The Big Neck Affair: Tragedy and Farce on the Missouri Frontier." Missouri Historical Review 64 (1970): 391-412.

Caldwell, Joseph R. History of Tama County, Iowa. Chicago: Lewis Publish­ing Company, 1910.

         "Trend and Tradition in the Prehistory of the Eastern United States." Memoir 88, American Anthropological Association, 1958.

Call, Ambrose, A.  “Indians Repelled in Kossuth.”  Annals of Iowa. 31 (1951): 81-90.

Callendar, Charles. A Preliminary Investigation of Fox Exogamy. MA thesis. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1955.

         "Central Algonquian Kinship Terminology." Manuscript. 1957.

         "Changes in Fox Culture between 1820 and 1955." University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology (Manuscript prepared for Tama Indian Program), 1956.

         "Fox Genealogies: Charts and Commentaries." Material in University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology, Chicago, 1955.

 

         “Fox” Handbook of North American Indians, Northeast Volume 15, volume Editor Bruce G. Trigger, Washington D.C. Smithsonian Institution, 1978.  pp. 636-647.

 

         Social Organization of the Central Algonkian Indians. Milwaukee Public Museum Publications in Anthropology, No. 7. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Public Museum, 1962.

Canfield, David.  “A Tama Indian’s Own Tribal Customs Help Keep Him Down.”  Des Moines Register.  March 4, 1968.

         “Federal Aid Makes Indian Housing Situation Hopeful.”  Des Moines Register.  March 5, 1968.

         “Iowa’s Troubled Indians.”  Des Moines Register.  March 3, 1968.

Carlson, Duaine.  “Indians Perform Dances For Dual Purpose.”  Rock Island Argus, September 4, 1982.

        “Rock Island Still Thought of by Ancestors of Black Hawk.”  Rock Island Argus, September 2, 1982.

Carlson, Victoria.  “Mesquakie Student Art.”  The Goldfinch 10 (1989): 7-10. 

Carman, J. N. and Pond, K. S. "The Replacement of the Indian Languages of Kansas by English." Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 58 (1955): 131-150.

Carver, Jonathan.  Three Years Travels.  Philadelphia, 1796.

         Travels through the Interior Parts of North America in the Years 1766, 1767 and 1768. London: By the Author, 1778; reprint edition, Minneapolis: Toss and Hart, 1956.

Catlin, George C. Manners, Customs and Conditions of the North American Indians. London: 1841.

         My Life among the Indians. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, n.d.

           North American Indians. London: 1844.

           "The Course of Empire.” Palimpsest  7 (1926):366-76.

Cha Ka Ta Ko Si. A Collection of Meskwaki Manuscripts. Iowa City: State Historical Society of Iowa, 1907.

Chamberlain, A. F. "Tales of the Mississaquas." Journal of American Folklore 2 (1889): 142-143.

Chapin, Earl V. “How the U.S. Humiliated Proud Chief Black Hawk.” Western Magazine, date unknown.

Chapman, Samuel D. History of Tama County, Iowa. Toledo, Iowa: Toledo Times Office, 1879.

Charlevoix, S. J. Pierre F. X. de. History and General Description of New France. 6 vols. Translated with notes by John G. Shea. New York: John G. Shea, 1866-72.

Chaussegros de Lery, Gaspard Joseph. "Carte du Pays des Sauvages Renards Depuis la Baye du Lac Michigan Jusques a Leur Dernier Village. Quebec, November 10, 1730." Reproduction of a manuscript map presented by J. F. Steward to the Ayer Collection, Newberry Library. (blueprint) .

Chicago, Illinois. Newberry Library. Ayer Collection. Indian Documents, vol. 3, 1834-1848. "Report in Relation to the Difficulties Which Took Place at the Payment of the Sac and Fox Annuities, 1848."

Chicago, Illinois. University of Chicago. Joseph Regenstein Library. Frederick Starr Papers.

"Chicago U. Studies Life and Problems of Iowa Indians." Des Moines Tribune, 19 February 1953, p. 6.

Christensen, Thomas Peter.  The Iowa Indians: A Brief History.  Iowa City: Athens Press, 1954.

Clark, Charles A.  “Indians of Iowa.”  Annals of Iowa, 6 (1903): 81-106.

Clark, Dan E. "Frontier Defense in Iowa 1850-1865." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 16 (1918): 315-386.

Cole, Cyrenus. History of the People of Iowa. Cedar Rapids: Torch Press, 1921.

         I Am a Man—The Indian Black Hawk. Iowa City: State Historical Society, 1938.

Colgrove, Kenneth W. "The Attitude of Congress toward the Pioneers of the West, 1820-1850, I. The Relations between the Pioneers and the Indians." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 9 (1911): 197-302.

Collection of Wisconsin State Historical Society. 1 (1854): 21-23.

Collins, James M. “A Meskwaki Mine in the Upper Mississippi River Lead District,” Paper presented at the 2004 Joint Meeting of the Midwest Archaeological Conference and the Southeastern Archaeological  Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, October 22, 2004.

Conard, Rebecca, and Leah D. Rogers. American Indians in Sac County: An Examination of Archival and Field Evidence.  PHR Associates, Lake View, Iowa.  Submitted to The Sac County Historic Preservation Commission and the Sac County Economic and Tourism Development. 1993.

Connelly, Karin. "Stately Grace in Mesquakie Work." Grinnell Herald-Register, March 9, 1989.

         “Mesquakie Artisans: Tradition and Change.” Exhibition information, Grinnell Community Art Gallery, January 26-February16, 1990.

Cook, Duane.  “Dancing As Their Forefathers Did.”  Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 10, 1975.

Cooper, Joseph N. "Some Early History." In Past and Present of Marshall County, Iowa, p. 72. Edited by William Battin and F. A. Moscrip. Indianapolis: B. F. Bowen, 1912.

Corkran, D.H. “Pemoussa.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography 2 (1969): 515-516.

Cortesi, Lawrence. “Showdown at Bad Axe.” Western Magazine, date unknown.

"Cosmogony of the Saukee and Musquawkee Indians." Chronicles of the North American Savages, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-5 (May-September 1835).

"Council with the Sac and Fox Indians in 1840." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 15 (1917): 429-436.

Craig, Frances. "Indians Stress Own Culture in Day Care Center." Des Moines Sunday Register. Home-Family Section E, November 26, 1972.

Crawford, Nelson Antrim. “The Golden Dawn of Time.”  The Midland (February 1917): 34-50.

Crichton, Robin. A Brave New World, film. Edinburgh Film & Video Production, 1999.

         Indian Summer, film for BBC. Edinburgh Film Productions, 1964.

         "People of the Blood. Field Notes of Research carried out amongst the Mesquakie Indians of the Tama Settlement," 1961.

Crock, Duane. "Dancing as their Forefathers did." Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 10, 1975.

Crump, Jayson.  “Nagle Requests $4.27 Million For Mesquakie School.” Tama News-Herald, April 27, 1989.

            “$50,000 Grant Awarded to Sac and Fox.” Toledo Chronicle, July 4, 1989.

Culin, Steward. "Games of the North American Indians" in 24th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1907.

Cummings, J. E. “The Burning of Sauk-E-Nuk: The Westernmost Battle of the Revolution.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, 20 (1927): 49-62.

Cummins, Albert Baird. A. B. Cummins Papers, Special Collections, State Historical Society of Iowa, Des Moines.

Cypret, Randy.  “Indian Pow Wow Preserves Culture." Dispatch, Moline, Illinois, September 9, 1982.

Dahlstrom, Amy. "An Analog to Tough Movement in Fox Syntax." Papers of the Twenty-fifth Algonquian Conference, 1994.

         "Owls and Cannibals Revisited: Traces of Winigigo Features in Meskwaki Text." Papers of the Thirty-Fourth Algonquian Conference, October 2002.

         "Sentence-Focus in Meskwaki," Papers of the Thirty-Fifth Algonquian Conference, October 2003.

         "Warrior Powers from an Underwater Spirit: Cultural and Linquistic Aspects of an Illustrated Meskwaki Text." Anthropological Linquistics 45 No. 1 (Spring 2003).

Danziger, Edmund J. Jr.  “The Office of Indian Affairs and the Problem of Civil War Indians at the Sac & Fox Reservation.”  Kansas Historical Quarterly  35 (1969).

Daubenmier, Judith M. "Meskwaki Remember Action Anthropology." Annals of Iowa 62 (2003): 427-464.

         The Meskwaki and Sol Tax: Reconsidering the Actors in Action Anthropology. Phd dissertation. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 2003.

Davenport, Iowa. Putnam Museum. Antoine LeClaire Collection. Document 915, Folder 80. "Letter to Governor Chambers by Fox Indians," 30 August 1841.

Davidson, Mary Ann. "An Autobiography and Reminiscence." Annals of Iowa 37 (1964): 241-261.

Davidson, J.N.  In Unnamed Wisconsin.  Milwaukee, 1895.

Davis, Garry W. and Thomas L. Markey.  Meskwaki Atowtake, Mesquakie Primer, An Elementary School Text of Mesquakie Language.  Sac & Fox of the Mississippi In Iowa. Ann Arbor: Karoma Publishers, Inc., 1983. 

Davis, Terry and Russell H. Lord.  “Tama's Sauk and Fox Indians,” paper.  Cultural Anthropology, Prof. Simmons, William Penn College.  May 8, 1970.

Dearborn, F. R. Problems of North American Indian. Iowa City: State University of Iowa, 1927.

Decree of Partition of the Half-Breed Tract. Special Collections, State Historical Society of Iowa, Iowa City.

Denig, Edwin Thompson. "Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri" in 46th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1930.

Deom. “Mesquakie Particpation.” Politics of the Budgetary Process; term Paper, January 12, 1975.

Des Moines, Iowa. State Historical Society of Iowa, State Archives, Des Moines. Miscellaneous Correspondence from the Governor's Office on Indian Affairs.

DeWelle, Jessie M. "The Mesquakie Indians at Tama." In Iowa Beautiful Land: A History of Iowa, 1950, pp. 214-216.

De Vore, Steven and others.  The Dubuque Lead Mining Sidtrict: The Archaeological Investigations and Management Concerns for the Frontier Lead Mining Industry, 1788-1865.  Paper presented at the 24th Annual Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Richmond, Virginia.  1991.

Dictionary Catalog of the Edward E. Ayer Collection of Americana and American Indians in the Newberry Library. S.v. "Fox Indians." Boston: G. K. Hall, 1961.

Dixon, R. B. "The Mythology of the Central and Eastern Algongins." Journal of American Folklore 22 (1909): l-9.

Dockstader, Frederick.  “Youngbear (ca. 1868-1933?)”  Great North American Indians.  Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. 1977.  pp. 350-351.

Dockstader, Frederick J. The American Indian in Graduate Studies: A. Bibliography of Theses and Dissertations. New York: Museum of the American Indian, 1957.

Documentary and Judicial Opinions in Relation to the title to the Sac and Fox Half Breed Reservation in the State of Iowa. Keokuk. Whig and Rebook Job Office. 1850.

Doe, John. "The Musquakas of Tama County." Annals of Iowa 8 (1870): 363-366.

Doershuk, John F.  Additional Phase I Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Facility Improvement Area Near 13TM366, Sac and Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa, Section 18, T83N-R15W, Tama County, Iowa.  Contract Completion Report 646.  Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa, Iowa City.  1999.

Donaldson, Thomas. "The George Catlin Indian Gallery in the U.S. National Museum" in Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1885.

Douglas, John M. The Indians in Wisconsin's History. Milwaukee Public Museum Popular Science Handbook Series, No. 6. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Public Museum, 1954.

Drake, Benjamin.  The Great Indian Chief of the West: The Life and Adventures of Black Hawk.  7th ed.  Cincinnati:  G. Conclin 1849.

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          “Values in Action: The Fox Project.” American Anthropological Meeting, University of Chicago, December 23, 1957.

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U.S. Senate 91st Congress, Indian Education Hearings, Fed. 18, 1969, pp. 4-27.

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Van Der Zee, Jacob. "Episodes in the Early History of the Des Moines Valley.” Iowa Journal of History and Politics 14 (1916): 311-347.

         "Forts in the Iowa Country." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 12 (1914): 163-204.

         "French Discovery and Exploration of the Eastern Iowa Country before 1763." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 12 (1914): 323-354.

         "French Expedition against the Sac and Fox Indians in the Iowa Country, 1734-1735." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 12 (1914): 245-261.

         "Fur Trade Operations in Eastern Iowa Country from 1800-1833." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 12 (1914): 479-567.  

 

         "Fur Trade Operations in the Eastern Iowa Country under Spanish Regime." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 12 (1914): 355-372.

 

         "Old Fort Madison: Early Wars on the Eastern Border of the Iowa Country." Iowa and War 7 (1918): 1-40.

         "Old Fort Madison: Some Source Materials." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 11 (1913): 517-545.

     "The Opening of the Des Moines Valley to Settlement." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 14 (1916): 479-558.

         “The French in Eastern Iowa.” Iowa Journal of History and Politics 12 (1914): 342-354.

         “The Half Breed Track.” Iowa Journal of Politics 13 (1913): 151-164.

     “French Expedition against the Sac and Fox Indians in the Iowa Country, 1734-1735.” Iowa Journal of History and Politics 12 (1914): 245-261.

VanStone, James W. "Mesquakie (Fox) material culture: the William Jones and Frederick Starr collections." Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Ill., 1998.

Vileta, Marie. “From Out of the Past.” Tama News-Herald. June 23, 1977; January 12, 1978; January 19, 1978; March 1, 1979; August 9, 1979; September 1979; June 18 1982; May 5 1983.

Vincent, John R. "Midwest Indians and Frontier Photography." Annals of Iowa 38 (1965): 26-35.

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Walton, Becky and Mary Orr, Blancle McKee, James Williams, Marge Wiley, Connie Williams, Richard Crain. Mesquakie Indians Red Earth People of Tama Iowa.” Paper, Cultural Anthropology, Prof. Hsieh, Judson College, June 15, 1970.

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Washington, D.C. National Archives. Office of Indian Affairs. Letters Received, Sac and Fox Agency. Roll 732. "George M. Broke to R. Jones," February 23, 1846.

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Weber, Alan and Bartell, Michael. Mesquakie. Ames: Iowa State University, 1976. Filmed at 1975 Mesquakie Pow Wow and includes photographs from the State Historical Society of Iowa.

Weber, Mike. “Beat Goes On For Pow Wow.” Waterloo Courier, August 13, 1982.

            “Tama Pow Wow.” Waterloo Courier, August 10, 1980.

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“Wife of Last Indian Chief Dies.” Grinnell Herald. July 28, 1925.

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Wiley, Debora. “Iowa Mesquakies Share Pow-Wow with the Public.” Des Moines Register, August 9, 1990.

Williams, George. "The Education of the Mesquakies in Terms of Their History, Customs and Traits. M.S. thesis. University of Idaho, 1939.

Williams, Ora. "The Battle of Adel." Annals of Iowa 31 (1952): 467-473.

Williams, William. "History of Webster County, Iowa." Annals of Iowa 7 (1869): 284-285.

“With Full Tribal Rites.” Ft. Madison Democrat. November 12, 1919.

Witten, Edward. "Indians Seek Community Control." The New Leader 53 (1970): 15-17.

Wittry, Warren L. "The Bell Site, WN9: An Early Historic Fox Village." Wisconsin Archeologist 44 (1963): l-58.

         "A Michigan Fox Hunt." Cranbrook Institute of Science News Letter 32 (1963): 74-77.  

 

Witosky, Alice. “Four Are Charged In Fracas At Tama Indian Settlement.” Marshalltown Times Republican. March 15, 1973.  

 

         “Mesquakies To Dedicate New Offices, Day Care Center.” Marshalltown Times Republican. September 16, 1978.  

 

          “Tooth Wagon Visits Indians.” Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 23, 1970.

 

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Yates, George. “A little spot in Iowa that Breathes of the Old Frontier.” Des Moines Sunday Register, August 29, 1920.

            Full page photos. Des Moines Register, August 29, 1920; September 14, 1924; and September 20, 1925.

Yeast, William E. "The Mesquakie Memorial Feast." Annals of Iowa 36 (1963): 591-598.

Young Bear, George. "Constitution is Adopted by the Mesquakie Tribe." Toledo Chronicle, November 18, 1937.

         "The Mesquakie Balk at Sending Pupils to Montour School." Toledo Chronicle, September 6, 1934.

Zielinski, John M. Indians. Kalona, Iowa: Photo-Art Gallery, 1972.

          Mesquakie and Proud of It. Kalona, Iowa: Photo-Art Gallery, 1976.

          "What Being an Indian Is Like." Des Moines Register Picture Magazine, April 17, 1975, pp. 4-7.

Zielinsky, John and Mary. “No Mere Ceremony Pow Wow Reunion Time.” Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 11, 1971.

Zielinski, Mary. "The Beat of the Tribal Drums Still Echoes at Tama." The Iowan 20 (1972): 10-16.

          “Artist Youngbear Re-Creates Heritage Many Thought Lost.” Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 14, 1976.

           “Mesquakie Culture Survives despite Outside Pressures.” Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 16, 1978.

 

Ziesberger, David and Senseman, Gottlob. "Diary of David Zeisberger and Gottlob Senseman, 1768-1769." Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 21 (1912): 42-104.

 

Ziskousky, Marge. “Mesquakie Symposium worth Trip to Iowa City.” Tama News-Herald, February 2, 1989.

 

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

A major portion of this bibliography was compiled in 1982 by Sara Behrman of the Office of the State Archaeologist, in conjunction with application to the National Endowment for the Humanities entitled "The Mesquakie Indians in 1845: Refugees During the Reservation Period." Sara Behrman would like to thank the staffs at the State Historical Society of Iowa Library, University of Iowa Libraries and the State Library of Iowa for their assistance. Thanks also for the efforts of Deb Zieglowsky, Betty Horner, and Robert Burchfield, all formerly on the Office of the State Archaeologist staff.

Additional entries came from the work of David Hudson who created a bibliography of pre-1952 imprints. Hudson and Patricia Dawson's extensive Bibliography on Iowa History and Culture was also useful. Johnathan L. Buffalo provided additional references to newspaper articles and other sources. The clippings file at the State Historical Society of Iowa's library in Iowa City contains numerous articles not listed here.

This revised version was prepared in 2004 by Mary Bennett, Philip Bergman, Robert Henning, Char Hixon, Molly Kotval, and Danielle Mahmens of the State Historical Society of Iowa and Dawn Suzanne Wanatee and Johnathan L. Buffalo as part of the Meskwaki History project sponsered by Humanities Iowa. Please contact the State Historical Society of Iowa if you have additions or corrections to offer.