REFERENCES FOR THE ‘TIMELINE HISTORY OF THE KAW NATION’ BOOKLET
- The Clan Book-Kanza Language Project (location on the Language web page)
- Shoemaker, Arthur, “The Road to Marble Halls”
- Kansas Historical Quarterly:
1932, volume 1, number 2
1934, volume 3, number 2
1936, volume 5, numbers 3-4
1937, volume 6, number 3
1938, volume 7, number 2
1947, volume 14, number 4
1950, volume 18, number 2
- Texas Western Press, 1982, “Santa Fe Trail”
- Unrau, William E., “The Kansa Indians,” University of Oklahoma Press, 1971
- Parks, Ron, Series of articles written about the Kaw People, located on the Kaw Nation website, “Kansas Subsistence, 1858-1873”
- Jack, Dan, “Collection of writings and research on the Kanza People,” located at the Kanza Museum Archives, Kaw City, Okla.
- Carrie De Voe, “Legends of the Kaw”
- Council Grove Republican, Kenneth W. McClintock, Feb. 8, 1940, “Indians Had the First Race Track”
- Inman, Henry, “The Ranch on the Ox Hide,” 1881
- Joliet, Louis (1646-1700), and Jacques Marquette (1637-1675), “People and Events”
- Thompson, Robert L., “The Kanza Indian Village in the Independence Creek Valley”
- Morehouse, George Pierson, “The Flood and The Creation of the Birds as told by the Kansa Tribe”
- Morehouse, George Pierson, “The Kansa: a Proud People”
- Masterson, V.V., “The Katy Railroad and the Last Frontier,” 1952, 1978, University of Oklahoma Press.
- Dorsey, Rev. J.O., Journals from Mission to Indian Country, Kansa, 1862, National Archives, Washington, D.C.
- Koplowitz, Bradford, “The Kaw Indians Census and Allotment,” Heritage Books Inc.
- George, Mrs. A.E., “Kaw City’s Interesting Past: The story of Kaw City”
- Dixon, Benjamin Y., “Furthering Their Own Demise: How Kansa Indians’ Death Customs Accelerated their Depopulation,” New York State University, College of Oneonta.
- Finney, Frank, “Old Osage Customs Die with the Last Pah-hue-skah”
- Time Line of Kaw Indians, 1650-2009, “Historical Society Kansas, Topeka, Kansas,” located at the Mission in Council Grove, Kan.
- The American Naturalist: 1886, volume XX, number 3
- Bailey, Garrick, and Gloria A. Young, “Kansa”
- Clark, Elmer, and Larry Eastas, Files on the full-blood conflict. Kanza Museum
- Cox, Pauline, Papers from Lucy Eades, reestablishment of the Kaw Nation after desolation.
Art, drawings and photographs
- Seymour, Samuel, “A War Dance in a Kanza Lodge,” 1819 artist’s sketch, located at Kansas Historical Society, Topeka, Kan.
- Pi-Sing (Photograph), Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, “Kanza Warrior, 1868”
- Washunga (Photograph), Chief of the Kaw, 1880, Washington, D.C.
- George Catlin Collection, 472 pieces of art, Smithsonian Institution, Kaw/Kanza, 1832
- All photos used in the timeline exhibit or booklet can be found in the Kanza Museum Archives.
- Charles Curtis original photos can be found at the Charles Curtis Home Museum in Topeka, Kan.
Dollar, Clyde D.
- 1977: “The High Plains Smallpox Epidemic of 1837-38,” Western History Quarterly, 8: 15-38
Dorsey, James O.
- 1885: “Mourning and War Customs of the Kansa,” American Naturalist, 19: 671-80
Niles National Register
- 1845: Nov. 1, “Fatal Malady of the Kaw Village,” 69-134
Morehouse, George P.
- 1904: “Along the Kaw Trail,” Transitions of the Kansas State Historical Society, 206-212
- 1908: “The Kansa: or Kaw and Their History,” Transitions of the Kansas State Historical Society, 10: 327-68
Thwaites, Reuben Auld
- 1969: (1905) Original Journal of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806, vol. 6, New York: Arno
Unrau, William E.
- 1971: The Kansa Indians: A History of the Wind People, 1673-1873, Norman, Okla.: University of Oklahoma Press.
- 1973: “The Depopulation of the Degiha Siouan Kansa Prior to Removal,” New Mexico Historical Preview, 48: 313-328
- 1958: “Kansa Village Location in the light of McCoy’s 1828 Journal,” Kansas Historical Quarterly, 26: 152-157
- Grant’s Peace Policy, Kanza Museum Archives.
- 1902: “The Old Kaw Indians Village,” Manhattan Republic, Early Kansas History, Jan. 16, 1902
Hand Book of American Indians, edited by Frederic Wolf Hodger
- 1960: “North of Mexico,” pp. 597-599
Powell, J.W., Bureau of Ethnology
- 1897: Fifteenth Annual Report, Washington, Government Printing Office.