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"Standing Up to Colonial Power" book cover.jpg
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Hoocąk Research
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Books, Education, Lands, Law Policy and Justice
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Ramirez, Renya K. Standing Up to Colonial Power: The Lives of Henry Roe and Elizabeth Bender Cloud. University of Nebraska Press, 2018.
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Hoocąk Research
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Books, Education, Lands
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Kathleen Neils Conzen, "The Winnebago Urban System: Indian Policy and Townsite Promotion on the Upper Mississippi," in Rondo Cameron and Leo F. Schnore, eds., Cities and Markets: Studies in the Organization of Human Space (Lanham, Md., 1997), 269-310
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Hoocąk Research
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Books, Education
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Lucy Eldersveld Murphy, case study on Native people in the Great Lake region.
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Hoocąk Research
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Education
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Linda M. Waggoner, “Sibley’s Winnebago Prisoners: Deconstructing Race and Recovering Kinship in the Dakota War of 1862,” Great Plains Quarterly 33:1 (Winter 2013), 25-48.
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Hoocąk Research
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Education
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Libby Rose Tronnes, “Corn Moon Migrations: Ho-Chunk Belonging, Removal, and Return in the Early Nineteenth-Century Western Great Lakes,” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2017
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Hoocąk Research
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Education
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Janet D. Spector, “Winnebago Indians, 1634-1829: An Archaeological and Ethnohistoric Investigation,” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 1974
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Hoocąk Research
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Education
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Ruth A. Gudinas, “Wisconsin Winnebago Political Organization: Structure/Culture Incompatibility and Organizational Effectiveness,” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Chicago, 1974
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Hoocąk Research
Category
Education
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David Lee Smith, “The Events Leading up to the Permanent Split within the Winnebago Tribe, 1800-1816,” M.A. Thesis, University of California at Los Angeles, 1986.
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Hoocąk Research
Category
Education
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Nancy Oestreich Lurie, “The Winnebago Indians: A Study in Cultural Change,” Ph.D. Dissertation, Northwestern University, 1952.
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Hoocąk Research
Category
Education
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Hyman Lubman, “A History of the Nebraska Winnebago Indians with Special Emphasis on Education,” M.A. Thesis, University of Omaha, 1962.
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Hoocąk Research
Category
Education, History
Summary
William E. Lass, “The Removal from Minnesota of the Sioux and Winnebago Indians,” Minnesota History 38:8 (Dec. 1963), 353-364
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Hoocąk Research
Category
Education, History
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Colette A. Hyman, “Survival at Crow Creek, 1863-1866,” Minnesota History 61:4 (Winter, 2008-9), 148-161