Human History

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Benson, B., Hampsten, E., and Sweney, K. (Eds.). (1988). Day in, day out: Women’s lives in North Dakota.  North Dakota: University of North Dakota.

Broadfoot, B. (1976). The pioneer years. 1895-1914: Memories of settlers who opened the west. Toronto: Doubleday.

Brokke, K. (2001). Fannie Mahood Heath’s story: Changing landscapes. Reports to the People of North Dakota, A 2001 Humanities Council Publication.

Brower, J. V. (1976). Jacob V. Brower field notebooks. [microform]. St. Paul, MN: Minnesota Historical Society.

Brown, R. (1974). Ft. Brandon story. Brandon, MB: Manitoba Tourism Unlimited.

Burroughs, R. D. (Ed.). (1995). The natural history of the Lewis and Clark expedition. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.

Burns, K. and Duncan, D. (1997). Lewis & Clark: The journey of the corps of discovery.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.

Carlson, B. (1995). Indian cooking cook book. Sioux City, IA: Quixote Press.

Catlin, G. (1989). North American Indians. New York: Penguin Books.

Chardon, F. A. (1932). Chardon's journal at Fort Clark, 1834-1839; descriptive of life on the upper Missouri; of a fur trader's experiences among the Mandans, Gros Ventres, and their neighbors; of the ravages of the small-pox epidemic of 1837. Pierre, SD: Department of History, State of South Dakota.

Coues, E. (Ed.). The manuscript journals of Alexander Henry (Fur trader of the Northwest Company) and David Thompson (Official geographer and explorer of the same Company) 1799-1814: Exploration and adventure among the Indians on the Red, Saskatchewan, Missouri, and Columbia rivers. New York: Francis P. Harper.

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Hamilton, C. (1974). In no time at all.  Iowa: Iowa State University Press.

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Howarth, D., and Keane, K. (1995). Wild medicines of the prairies. Saskatchewan: Root Woman and Dave Publishers.

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Hutchens, A. R. (1973). Indian herbalogy of North America: The definitive guide to native medcinal plants and their uses. Boston, MA: Shambhala Publications, Inc.

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Kuhnlein, H. V., and Turner, N. J.. (1991). Traditional plant foods of Canadian indigenous peoples: Nutrition, botany, and use. Philadelphia: Gordon & Breach.

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Madson, J. (1995). Where the sky began: Land of the tallgrass prairie. Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press.

Mails, Thomas E. (1995). The mystic warriors of the Plains:The culture, arts, crafts, and religion of the Plains Indians. New York: Barnes & Noble Books.

Mandelbaum, D. G. (1979). The plains Cree. Regina, SK: Canadian Plains Research Centre.

McFarling, L. (Ed.) (1955). Exploring the northern plains, 1804-1876. Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers.

Moerman, D. E. (1998). Native American ethnobotany. Oregon: Timber Press.

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Mulak, S. J. (1987). Brown feathers: Waterfowling tales and upland dreams.  Pennsylvania: Stackpole Books.

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Orvik, J. and Larson, D. (1998). The return of Lake Agassiz: The University of North Dakota and the flood of 1997. Grand Forks, ND: The University of North Dakota.

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Pritchett, J. P. (1942). The Red River Valley 1811-1849. A regional study. Toronto Press.

Ramsey, D. and Skroch, L. (1996). The raging Red; the 1950 Red River Valley flood. Grand Forks: Valley Heritage Press.

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Roesch Wagner, S. with Runnels, V., (Eds.). (1997). Daughters of dakota: Stories of friendship between settlers and the dakota indians.  Vol. 3.  South Dakota: Skycarrier Press.

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Rylance, D. and Smeall, J.F.S. (compiled by). (1979). Reference guide to North Dakota History and North Dakota literature. North Dakota: University of North Dakota, Chester Fritz Library.

Sayre, R., (Ed.). (2000). Take the next exit: New views of the Iowa landscape.  Iowa: Iowa State University Press.

Schneider, M. J. (1994). North Dakota Indians: An introduction. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendal/Hunt Publishing Company.

Sherman, W. and Thorson, P. (Eds.). (1988). Plains folk: North Dakota’s ethnic history. North Dakota: North Dakota Institute for Research Studies.

Smith, G. H. (1980). The explorations of the La Verendryes in the Northern Plains, 1738-43. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

St. Antoine, S.. (Ed.). (2001). Stories from where we live: The great North American prairie. Minnesota: Milkweed Editions.

Tabeau, P. A. (1939). Tabeau's narrative of Loisel's expedition to the upper Missouri. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

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Taylor, C. F. (1997). The Plains Indians. New York: Barnes & Noble Books.

Thomas, D. and K. Ronnefeldt. (Eds.). People of the First Man: Life among the Plains Indians in Their Final Days of Glory: The Firsthand Account of Prince Maximilian's Expedition up the Missouri river, 1833-34. New York: Dutton, 1976.

Tweeton, D.J. and Albers, E.C. (1996). The way it was: The North Dakota frontier experience. Fessenden, ND: Grass Roots Press.

Tyrrell, J. B. (Ed.) (1916) David Thompson's narrative of his explorations in western America, 1770-1857. Toronto: The Champlain Society.

Upgren Jr., H. T. (1988). Across the wheatgrass.  North Dakota: Windfeather Press.

Vennum, T. J. R. (1988). Wild rice and the Ojibway People. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press.

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