A Biobibliography of Native American Writers, 1772-1924: A Supplement
The scope of this supplement to Vol. 2 in the series remains the same, covering works written in English by American Indians and Alaska natives from Colonial times to 1924 and including literary works of fiction, drama, and poetry; political essays and addresses; published letters; dialect pieces; historical works; myths and legends; and other genres. Contains the works of 1,192 writers, 250 included in the original volume and 942 new. Most bibliographic entries have been annotated; citations appear for sources on biographical entries; information is provided on the periodicals searched for the bibliography.
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1981 Biobibliography 52 Congress American Indian April Archives Division attended Carlisle Indian August born Boudinot Carlisle Arrow Carlisle Indian Industrial Carrier of Santee Charles Chemawa American Chemawa Indian School Cherokee Advocate Cherokee Nation Cheyenne Chickasaw Chippewa Choctaw Nation Chronicles of Oklahoma Concerns Crow December Describes Eastern Band Cherokee entered Hampton Institute Eskimo Executive Document 31 February George graduated from Carlisle Hampton Institute Haskell Institute Helper Indian Industrial School Indian Leader Indian Missionary Indian Territory James January John Joseph July June Legend Letter March married Mary Mission School Nebraska Normal Training School November October Oglala Boarding School Oglala Light Oklahoma Historical Society Oklahoma Magazine Oneida Osage Pima Potawatomi Pueblo Reports classroom activities Reprinted Sac and Fox Santee Normal Training Santee Sioux School in 1909 Senate Executive Document Seneca September Sherman Bulletin Sherman Institute South Dakota student at Carlisle student at Haskell Tahlequah Talks and Thoughts Tullahassee William Word Carrier Yankton Sioux