Lewis & Clark among the Indians
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by James P. Ronda


© 1984
University of Nebraska Press,
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Primary Sources  

      

Abel 
       Abel, Annie Heloise, ed. Tabeau's Narrative of Loisel's Expedition to the Upper Missouri.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1939.
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Catlin 
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Catlin 
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       Coues, Elliott, ed. History of the Expedition under the Command of Lewis and Clark.  4 vols. in 3. 1893. Reprint. New York: Dover Publications, 1964.
Coues 
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Denig 
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DeVoto 
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       Jackson, Donald, ed. The Journals of Zebulon Montgomery Pike with Letters and Related Documents.  2 vols. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1966.
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       ———, ed. Letters of the Lewis and Clark Expedition with Related Documents, 1783–1854.  2d ed. 2 vols. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1978.
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Moulton 
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Nasatir 
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Thwaites 
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Secondary Sources—Books  

      

Allen 
       Allen, John L. Passage through the Garden: Lewis and Clark and the Image of the American Northwest.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1975.
Appleman (LC) 
       Appleman, Roy E. Lewis and Clark: Historic Places Associated with Their Transcontinental Exploration.  Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, 1975.
Axtell 
       Axtell, James. The European and the Indian: Essays in the Ethnohistory of Colonial North America.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1981.
Bakeless 
       Bakeless, John. Lewis and Clark, Partners in Discovery.  New York: William Morrow, 1947.
Bass, Evans & Jantz 
       Bass, William M., David R. Evans, and Richard L. Jantz. The Leavenworth Site Cemetery: Archaeology and Physical Anthropology.  University of Kansas Publications in Anthropology, no. 2, 1971.
Bowers 
       Bowers, Alfred W. Hidatsa Social and Ceremonial Organization.  Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin no. 194, 1965.
Bowers 
       ——— Mandan Social and Ceremonial Organization.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1950.
Brebner 
       Brebner, John B. The Explorers of North America 1492–1806.  New York: Macmillan, 1933.
Chuinard 
       Chuinard, Eldon G. Only One Man Died: The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.  Glendale: Arthur H. Clark, 1979.
Cook 
       Cook, Warren L. Flood Tide of Empire: Spain and the Pacific Northwest, 1543–1819.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1973.
Criswell 
       Criswell, Elijah H. Lewis and Clark: Linguistic Pioneers.  Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1940.
Culin 
       Culin, Stewart. Games of the North American Indians.  Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Report no. 24, 1907.
Cutright 
       Cutright, Paul R. Lewis and Clark: Pioneering Naturalists.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1969.
Densmore 
       Densmore, Frances. Teton Sioux Music.  Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin no. 61, 1918.
De Voto 
       De Voto, Bernard. The Course of Empire.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1952.
Drucker 
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Edmunds 
       Edmunds, R. David. The Otoe-Missouria People.  Phoenix: Indian Tribal Series, 1976.
Eide 
       Eide, Ingvard. American Odyssey: The Journey of Lewis and Clark.  Chicago: Rand, McNally and Co., 1969.
Ewers 
       Ewers, John C. The Blackfeet: Raiders on the Northwestern Plains.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1958.
Ewers 
       ———. Teton Dakota Ethnology and History.  Berkeley, Calif.: National Park Service, Western Museum Laboratories, 1938.
Fahey 
       Fahey, John. The Flathead Indians.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1974.
Gilmore 
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Goetzmann 
       Goetzmann, William. Exploration and Empire: The Explorer and the Scientist in the Winning of the American West.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1966.
Gough 
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Gunther 
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Haines 
       Haines, Francis. The Nez Percés: Tribesmen of the Columbia Plateau.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1955.
Hanson 
       Hanson, James A. Metal Weapons, Tools, and Ornaments of the Teton Dekota Indians.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1975.
Holder 
       Holder, Preston. The Hoe and the Horse on the Plains: A Study of Cultural Development among North American Indians.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1970.
Horsman 
       Horsman, Reginald. Expansion and American Indian Policy, 1783–1812.  East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1967.
Howay 
       Howay, Frederic W. A List of Trading Vessels in the Maritime Fur Trade, 1785–1825.  Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1973.
Jablow 
       Jablow, Joseph. The Cheyenne in Plains Indian Trade Relations, 1795–1840.  Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1950.
Jackson (TJ) 
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Lehmer & Jones 
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Ray 
       ———. Lewis and Clark and the Nez Perce Indians.  Washington, D.C.: The Westerners, 1971.
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Royster 
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Ruby & Brown 
       ———. Indians of the Pacific Northwest: A History.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1981.
Sauter & Johnson 
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Sheehan 
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Space 
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Spier 
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Smith 
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Stewart 
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Strong 
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Wedel 
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Wedel 
       ———. Observations on Some Nineteenth Century Pottery Vessels from the Upper Missouri.  Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin no. 164, 1957.
Wheeler 
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Whitman 
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Wilson 
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Wishart 
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Wood 
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Wood & Hanson 
       ——— and Jeffrey R. Hanson. The Origins of the Hidatsa Indians: A Review of Ethno-historical and Traditional Data.  Lincoln: National Park Service, Midwest Archaeological Center, 1980.
Wood & Liberty 
       ——— and Margot Liberty, eds. Anthropology on the Great Plains.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1980.




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Allen 
       Allen, John L. "An Analysis of the Exploratory Process: The Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804–1806."  Geographical Review  62 (1972): 13–39.
Alwin 
       Alwin, John A. "Pelts, Provisions, and Perceptions: The Hudson's Bay Company Mandan Indian Trade, 1795–1815."  Montana, the Magazine of Western History  29 (1979): 16–27.
Anderson 
       Anderson, Irving W. "Probing the Riddle of the Bird Woman."  Montana, the Magazine of Western History  23 (1973): 2–17.
Berreman 
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Bruner 
       Bruner, Edward M. "Mandan."  In Perspectives in American Indian Culture Change. Edited by Edward H. Spicer, pp. 187–277. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1961.
Burland 
       Burland, C. A. "American Indian Map Makers."  Geographical Magazine  22 (1947): 285–92.
Calloway 
       Calloway, Colin G. "The Inter-tribal Balance of Power on the Great Plains, 1760–1850."  Journal of American Studies  16 (1982): 25–47.
Cressman 
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Cutright 
       Cutright, Paul R. "Lewis and Clark Indian Peace Medals."  Bulletin  of the Missouri Historical Society 24 (1968): 160–67.
Cutright 
       ———. "Lewis and Clark: Portraits and Potraitists."  Montana, the Magazine of Western History  19 (1969): 37–53.
Diller 
       Diller, Aubrey. "A New Map of the Missouri River drawn in 1795."  Imago Mundi  12 (1955): 175–80.
Ewers 
       Ewers, John C. "The Indian Trade of the Upper Missouri before Lewis and Clark."  Bulletin  of the Missouri Historical Society 10 (1954): 429–46.
Fisher 
       Fisher, Robin. "Cook and the Nootka."  In Captain James Cook and His Times. Edited by Robin Fisher and Hugh Johnston, pp. 81–98. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1979.
French 
       French, David. "Wasco-Wishram."  In Perspectives in American Indian Culture Change. Edited by Edward H. Spicer, pp. 337–430. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1961.
Friis 
       Friis, Herman R. "Cartographic and Geographic Activities of the Lewis and Clark Expedition."  Journal  of the Washington Academy of Sciences 44 (1954): 338–51.
Garth 
       Garth, Thomas R. "Early Nineteenth Century Tribal Relations in the Columbia Plateau."  Southwestern Journal of Anthropology  20 (1964): 43–57.
Grange 
       Grange, Roger T., Jr. "An Archaeological View of Pawnee Origins."  Nebraska History  60 (1979): 134–60.
Hyde 
       Hyde, George E. "The Mystery of the Arikaras."  North Dakota History  18 (1951): 187–218; 19 (1952): 25–58.
Jackson 
       Jackson, Donald. "Some Books Carried by Lewis and Clark."  Bulletin  of the Missouri Historical Society 16 (1959): 3–13.
Kehoe 
       Kehoe, Alice B. "The Function of Ceremonial Sexual Intercourse among the Northern Plains Indians."  Plains Anthropologist  15 (1970): 99–103.
King 
       King, J. C. H. "The Nootka of Vancouver Island"  In Cook's Voyages and the Peoples of the Pacific.  Edited by Hugh Cobbe, pp. 89–108. London: British Museum Publications, 1979.
Kunitz 
       Kunitz, Stephen. "Benjamin Rush on Savagism and Progress."  Ethnohistory  17 (1970): 31–40.
Lehmer 
       Lehmer, Donald J. "Epidemics among the Indians of the Upper Missouri."  In Selected Writings of Donald J. Lehmer. Edited by W. Raymond Wood, pp. 105–11. Lincoln, Nebr.: J & L Reprint Co., 1977.
Lewis 
       Lewis, G. Malcolm. "Indian Maps."  In Old Trails and New Directions: Papers of the Third North American Fur Trade Conference.  Edited by Carol M. Judd and Arthur J. Ray, pp. 9–23. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1980.
Lowie 
       Lowie, Robert H. "The Northern Shoshone."  American Museum of Natural History, Anthropological Papers  2, pt. 2 (1909): 169–306.
Lowie 
       ———. "Notes on Shoshonean Ethnography."  American Museum of Natural History, Anthropological Papers  22 (1924): 187–314.
Nasatir 
       Nasatir, A. P. "Jacques D'Eglise on the Upper Missouri, 1791–1795."  Mississippi Valley Historical Review  14 (1927): 47–71.
Nichols 
       Nichols, William. "Lewis and Clark Probe the Heart of Darkness."  American Scholar  49 (1979–80): 94–101.
Nute 
       Nute, Grace L. "Posts in the Minnesota Fur-Trading Area, 1660–1855."  Minnesota History  11 (1930): 353–85.
Olson 
       Olson, Ronald L. "Adze, Canoe, and House Types of the Northwest Coast."  University of Washington Publications in Anthropology  2 (1927): 1–38.
Parks 
       Parks, Douglas R. "Bands and Villages of the Arikara and Pawnee."  Nebraska History  60 (1979): 214–39.
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       Ray, Verne F. "The Chinook Indians in the Early 1800s."  In The Western Shore: Oregon Country Essays Honoring the American Revolution. Edited by Thomas Vaughan, pp. 121–50. Portland: Oregon Historical Society, 1976.
Ray 
       ———. "The Historical Position of the Lower Chinook in the Native Culture of the Northwest."  Pacific Northwest Quarterly  28 (1937): 363–72.
Ray 
       ———. "Lower Chinook Ethnographic Notes."  University of Washington Publications in Anthropology  7 (1938): 29–165.
Ray 
       ———. "Native Villages and Groupings of the Columbia Basin."  Pacific Northwest Quarterly  27 (1936): 99–152.
Ray 
       ———. "Tribal Distribution in Eastern Oregon and Adjacent Regions."  American Anthropologist  40 (1938): 384–415.
Ray & Lurie 
       ——— and Nancy O. Lurie. "The Contributions of Lewis and Clark to Ethnography."  Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences  44 (1954): 358–70.
Rees 
       Rees, John E. "The Shoshoni Contribution to Lewis and Clark."  Idaho Yesterdays  2 (1958): 2–13.
Saindon 
       Saindon, Bob. "The Lost Vocabularies of the Lewis and Clark Expedition."  We Proceeded On  3 (1977): 4–6.
Smith 
       Smith, G. Hubert. "Notes on Omaha Ethnohistory, 1763–1820."  Plains Anthropologist  18 (1973): 257–70.
Spier & Sapir 
       Spier, Leslie, and Edward Sapir. "Wishram Ethnography."  University of Washington Publications in Anthropology  3 (1930): 151–300.
Stewart 
       Stewart, Julian H. "Culture Element Distributions: 23 Northern and Gosiute Shoshoni."  Anthropological Records  8 (1943): 263–392.
Stewart 
       Stewart, Frank H. "Mandan and Hidatsa Villages in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries."  Plains Anthropologist  19 (1974): 287–302.
Stewart 
       Stewart, Omer. "The Shoshoni: Their History and Social Organization."  Idaho Yesterdays  9 (1965): 2–5, 28.
Turney-High 
       Turney-High, H. H. "The Flathead Indians of Montana."  Memoirs  of the American Anthropological Association 48 (1937): 1–161.
Wedel & Demallie 
       Wedel, Wildred M. and Raymond J. Demallie. "The Ethnohistorical Approach in Plains Area Studies."  In Anthropology on the Great Plains.  Edited by W. Raymond Wood and Margot Liberty, pp. 110–28. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1980.
White 
       White, Richard. "The Winning of the West: The Expansion of the Western Sioux in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. "  Journal of American History  65 (1978): 319–43.
Willoughby 
       Willoughby, Charles C. "A Few Ethnological Specimens Collected by Lewis and Clark."  American Anthropologist  7 (1905): 633–41.
Wood 
       Wood, W. Raymond. "Contrastive Features of Native North American Trade Systems."  University of Oregon Anthropological Papers  4 (1972): 153–69.
Wood 
       ———. "David Thompson at the Mandan-Hidatsa Villages, 1797–1798: The Original Journals."  Ethnohistory  24 (1977): 329–42.
Wood 
       ———. "The John Evans 1796–1797 Map of the Missouri River."  Great Plains Quarterly  1 (1981): 39–53.
Wood 
       ———. "Lewis and Clark and Middle Missouri Archaeology."  Quarterly Review of Archaeology  3 (1982): 3–5.
Wood 
       ———. "Northern Plains Village Cultures: Internal Stability and External Relationships."  Journal of Anthropological Research  30 (1974): 1–16.
Wood & Moulton 
       ——— and Gary E. Moulton. "Prince Maximilian and New Maps of the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers by William Clark."  Western Historical Quarterly  12 (1981): 372–86.




Dissertations and Unpublished Materials  

      

Kardas 
       Kardas, Susan. "`The People Bought This and the Clatsop Became Rich.' A View of Nineteenth Century Fur Trade Relationships on the Lower Columbia Between Chinookan Speakers, Whites, and Kanakas."  Ph.D. diss. Bryn Mawr College, 1971.
Wells 
       Wells, Robin W. Tribal Distribution Map Series, North America.  Toledo: University of Toledo Cartographic Services, n.d.
Wood 
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