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Hoocąk Research
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-Communities, Cultural Practices, Education, Children's Stories, Lifeways, Literature
Summary
Hill, Elbert Ray. "Tales and Trials: Children's Stories and Cultural Alienation Among The Winnebago." Order No. 7412987, The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 1973.
Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
Education, History, Lands, Communities, Law Policy and Justice, Lifeways
Summary
Hinzo, Angel Mae. "Voicing Across Space: Subverting Colonial Structures in Ho-Chunk/Winnebago Tribal History." Order No. 10182874, University of California, Davis, 2016.
Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
-Communities, Arts and Crafts, Education
Summary
McAnulty, Sarah. “Angel DeCora: American Indian Artist and Educator.” Nebraska History 57 (1976): 142-199.
Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
Education, History, Interviews, Communities
Summary
North, Woesha Cloud. "Informal Education in Winnebago in Winnebago Tribal Society with Implications for Formal Education." The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 1978.
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Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
Books, Education, Lands, Law Policy and Justice
Summary
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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Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
Books, Education, Lands
Summary
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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Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
Books, Education
Summary
Lucy Eldersveld Murphy, case study on Native people in the Great Lake region.
Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
Education
Summary
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.
Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
Education
Summary
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
Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
Education
Summary
Janet D. Spector, “Winnebago Indians, 1634-1829: An Archaeological and Ethnohistoric Investigation,” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 1974
Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
Education
Summary
Ruth A. Gudinas, “Wisconsin Winnebago Political Organization: Structure/Culture Incompatibility and Organizational Effectiveness,” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Chicago, 1974
Community
Hoocąk Research
Category
Education
Summary
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.