Camping With the Sioux: Fieldwork Diary of Alice Cunningham Fletcher

 

Bibliography of Works by Alice Fletcher and Francis La Flesche

 

Alice Fletcher

"Feminine Idleness." Woman’s Journal 4 (Sept. 13, 1873): 291.

"Women’s Clubs." Woman’s Journal 9 (Oct. 19, 1878): 333.

"Among the Omahas." Woman’s Journal 13 (Feb. 11, 1882): 46-47.

"Extract from Miss Fletcher’s letter." Morning Star 3 (October 1882): 1,4.

"Indian Home Building." Publications of the Women’s National Indian Association. Paris, 1883.

"The Omahas." Morning Star 3 (April 1883).

"On Indian Education and Self-Support." Century Magazine 26 (1883): 312-15.

"Sun Dance of the Ogalalla Sioux." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 30 (1883): 580-84.

"Five Indian Ceremonies." 16th Annual Report of the Peabody Museum 3 (1884) 260-333.

"Observations on the Laws and Privileges of the Gens in Indian Society." (Abstract) Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 32 (1884): 395-96; also in Science 2 (1883): 367.

"Proofs of Indian Capacity for Citizenship." Second Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1884, pp. 5-6.

"Symbolic Earth Formations of the Winnebagoes." (Abstract) Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 32 (1884): 396-97; also in Science 2 (1883): 367-68.

"An Average Day in Camp among the Sioux." Science 6 (1885): 285-87.

"An Evening in Camp among the Omahas." Science 6 (1885): 88-90.

"Historical Sketch of the Omaha Tribe of Indians in Nebraska." Washington, D.C.: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1885.

"The Indian Bureau at the New Orleans Exposition." Report to the commissioner of Indian affairs, May 6, 1885. Carlisle, Penn.: Carlisle Indian School Print, 1885.

"Land and Education for the Indian." Southern Workman 14 (1885): 6.

"Lands in Severalty to Indians; Illustrated by Experiences with the Omaha Tribe." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 33 (1885): 654-65.

"A Letter from the World’s Industrial Exposition at New Orleans to the Various Indian Tribes Who are Interested in Education." Carlisle, Penn.: Indian School Print, 1885.

"The New Orleans Exposition." Southern Workman 14 (1885): 79.

"Observations upon Usage, Symbolism and Influence of the Sacred Pipes of Friendship among the Omahas." (Abstract) Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 33 (1885): 615-17.

"Between the Lines." Lend a Hand 1 (July 1886): 429-31

"Composite Portraits of American Indians." Science 7 (1886): 408-9.

"Economy of Justice." Lend a Hand 1 (July 1886): 528-30.

"The Problem of the Omahas." Southern Workman 15 (1886): 55.

"Tribute to H. H. Jackson." Third Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1885, p.71.

"Brave Words of Miss Fletcher to Our Students at Their Sunday Evening Service, Feb. 20th." Morning Star 7 (February 1887): 5.

"The Crowning Act." Morning Star 7 (March 1887): 1

"Letter from A.C. Fletcher from Winnebago Agency, Nebraska, Sept. 23, 1887." Fifth Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1887 pp.14-17.

"Letter from Miss Fletcher." Morning Star 7 (June 1887): 1-2.

"The Supernatural among the Omaha Tribe of Indians." Proceedings of the American Society of Psychical Research 1 (1887): 3-18.

"Glimpses of Child-Life among the Omaha Tribe of Indians." Journal of American Folk-Lore 1 (1888): 115-23.

"The Indian and the Prisoner." Southern Workman 17 (1888): 45.

Indian Education and Civilization. Special Report, U.S. Bureau of Education, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. 1888. 693 pp.

"Joseph La Flesche." Bancroft (Nebraska) Journal, September 1888.

"Letter from the Winnebago Agency." Sixth Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1888, pp.7, 78-79.

"Miss Fletcher’s Letter from Winnebago Agency." Red Man 8 (February 1888): 1-2; also in Southern Workman 18 (1999): 19.

"On the Preservation of Archaeologic Monuments." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 36 (1888): 317.

"Among the Nez Perces." Red Man 9 (September 1889): 1.

"Joseph La Flesche." Journal of American Folk-Lore 2 (1889): 11.

"Leaves from my Omaha Note-book." Journal of American Folk-Lore 2 (1889): 219-26.

"Letter from Miss Alice C. Fletcher." Seventh Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1889, pp. 13-15.

"Report of the Committee on the Preservation of Archaeologic Remains on the Public Lands." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 37 (1889): 35-37.

"Extracts from Letter from Alice C. Fletcher." Eighth Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1890, p.152.

"The Phonetic Alphabet of the Winnebago Indians." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 38 (1890): 354-57; also in Journal of American Folk-Lore 3 (1890): 299-301.

"The Indian Messiah." Journal of American Folk-Lore 4 (1891): 57-60.

"Why Indians Need Higher Education." Southern Workman 20 (1891): 140

"Experiences in Allotting Land." Tenth Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1892, p. 10.

"Hal-thu-ska Society of the Omaha Tribe." Journal of American Folk-Lore 5 (1892): 135-44.

"Nez Perce Country." (Abstract) Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 40 (1892): 357.

"The Preparation of the Indian for Citizenship." Lend a Hand 9 (1892): 190.

"How Indian Songs are Borrowed." American Anthropologist 6 (1893): 376.

"Music as Found in Certain North American Indian Tribes." Music Review 2 (August 1893): 534-38; also in Music 4 (1893): 457-67.

"Personal Studies of Indian Life: Politics and ‘Pipe-Dancing.’" Century Magazine 45 (1893): 441-45.

"A Study of Omaha Indian Music." Aided by Francis La Flesche and John C. Fillmore. Archaeological and Ethnological Papers, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 1 (1893): 237-87.

"The Wa-wan, or Pipe Dace of the Omahas." Music 4 (1893): 468.

"Indian Music." Music 6 (1894): 188-99.

"Indian Songs: Personal Studies of Indian Life." Century Magazine 47 (January 1894): 421-31.

"Love Songs among the Omaha Indians." Memoirs, International Congress of Anthropologists, ed. C.S. Wake. (Chicago: Schulte, 1894), 153-57.

"The Religion of the North American Indians." The World’s Congress of Religions, The Addresses and Papers and an Abstract of the Congress, ed. John W. Hanson (Chicago: W.B. Conkey, 1894), 541-45.

"Some Aspects of Indian Music and its Study." Archaeologist 2 (1894): 195-234.

"Hunting Customs of the Omahas." Century Magazine 47 (September 1895): 691-702.

"Indian Songs and Music." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 44 (1896): 281-84.

"Notes of Certain Beliefs Concerning the Will Power among the Siouan Tribes." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 44 (1896): 1-4.

Review of D.G. Brinton, "The Myths of the New World." Science 4 (1896): 798-99.

"Sacred Pole of the Omaha Tribe." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 44 (1896): 270-80; also in American Antiquarian 17 (1895): 257-68.

"Tribal Life among the Omahas." Century Magazine 51 (January 1896): 450-61.

"The Emblematic Use of the Tree in the Dakotan Group." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 45 (1897): 191-209.

"Notes on Certain Early Forms of Expressiveness" and "Ceremonial Hair Cutting among the Omahas." (Abstracts) Science 5 (1897): 215.

Review of Washington Matthews, "Navajo Legends." Science 6 (1897): 525-28.

"Flotsam and Jetsam from Aboriginal America." Southern Workman 28 (1898): 12-14.

"The Import of the Totem." Science 7 (1898): 296-304; also in Annual Report, Smithsonian Institution, 1897: 577-86, and in Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 46 (1898): 325-34.

"The Indian at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition." Southern Workman 27 (1898): 216-17.

"Indian Songs and Music." Journal of American Folklore 11 (1898): 85-104.

"The Significance of the Garment." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 47 (1898): 471-72.

The Significance of the scalp-lock: A study of Omaha Ritual." The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 27 (1898): 436-450.

"Indian Speech." Southern Workman 28 (1899): 426-28.

"The Indian Woman and Her Problem." Southern Workman 28 (1899): 172-76.

"A Pawnee Ritual Used When Changing a Man’s Name." American Anthropologist 1 (1899): 82-97.

"Frank Hamilton Cushing." American Anthropologist 2 (1900): 367-70.

"Giving Thanks: A Pawnee Ceremony." Journal of American Folk-Lore 13 (1900): 261-66.

"Indian Characteristics." Southern Workman 29 (1900): 202-5.

Indian Story and Song from America. Boston: Small, Maynard, 1900.

"The Old Man's Love Song: an Indian Story." Music 18 (1900): 137.

"The Osage Indians in France." American Anthropologist 2 (1900): 395-400.

"The Registration of Indian Families." Eighteenth Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1900, pp.73-76.

"The ‘Lazyman’ in Indian Folklore." Journal of American Folk-Lore 14 (1901): 100-104.

"Star Cult among the Pawnee." American Anthropologist 4 (1902): 730-36.

"Pawnee Star Lore." Journal of American Folk-Lore 16 (1903): 10-15.

"The Preparation of Indians for Citizenship." Twenty-first Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1903, pp. 67-70.

"The Significance of Dress." (Abstract) American Journal of Archaeology 7 (1903): 84-85.

The Hako: A Pawnee Ceremony. With James R. Murie. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 22nd Annual Report. Washington, D.C., 1904. 372 pp.

"Indian Names." Proceedings of the Congress of Indian Educators, St. Louis, June 25-July 1, 1904. Reprinted in Report of the Super. of Ind. Schools for 1904.

"Indian Traditions." Proceedings, National Educational Association 1904, 425-26.

"Adornment," "Buffalo," "Dreams," "Feasts and Fasting," "Land Tenure," "Music and Musical Instruments," "Oratory," "Poetry," "Property and Property Rights," "Totemism," "Wakondagi," et al. In F.W. Hodge, Handbook of the American Indians North of Mexico. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin no. 30. Washington, D.C., 1907, 1910.

"The Indians and Nature." American Anthropologist 9 (1907): 440-43.

"Remarks of Miss Alice C. Fletcher." Twenty-fifth Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1907, pp. 178-79.

Preface to The Nez Perces Since Lewis and Clark, by Kate McBeth. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1908.

"Dr. Spofford as a Member of the Literary Society." Ainsworth Rand Spofford: A Memorial Meeting at the Library of Congress, Nov. 12, 1908. New York: Webster, 1909, pp. 40-45.

"Standing Bear." Southern Workman 38 (1909): 75-78.

"Tribal Structure: A Study of the Omaha and Cognate Tribes." Putnam Anniversary Volume, ed. Franz Boas, 245-67. New York: Stechert, 1909.

The Omaha Tribe. With Francis La Flesche. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 27th Annual Report, 1905-1906 Washington, D.C., 1911. 672 pp.

"The Problems of Unity or Plurality and the Probable Place of Origin of the American Aborigines: Some Ethnological Aspects of the Problem." American Anthropologist 15 (1912), 37-39.

"Wakondagi." American Anthropologist 14 (1912), 106-8.

"Brief History of the International Congress of Americanists." American Anthropologist 15 (1913): 529-34.

"Review of F. Densmore, "Chippewa Music." Science 39 (1914): 393.

"The Child and the Tribe." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 1 (1915): 569-74.

Indian Games and Dance with Native Songs Arranged from American Indian Ceremonials and Sports. Boston: C.C. Birchard, 1915.

"The Study of Indian Music." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 1 (1915): 231-35.

"A Birthday Wish from Native America." Holmes Anniversary Volume. Washington, D.C.: James Wilson Bryan, 1916, pp.118-22.

"The Indian and Nature: The Basis of His Tribal Organization and Rites." Red Man 8 (1916): 185-88.

Introduction to E.L. Hewett, "The School of American Archaeology." Art and Archaeology 4 (1916): 319.

"Nature and the Indian Tribe." Art and Archaeology 4 (1916): 291.

"Prayers Voiced in Ancient America." Art and Archaeology 9 (1920): 73-75.

"A Study of Indian Music." American Anthropologist 36 (1934): 487-88.

 

Francis La Flesche

"The Sacred Pipes of Friendship." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 33 (1885): 613-15.

"Omaha Games." Journal of American Folk-Lore 1 (1888): 118-19.

"Death and Funeral Customs among the Omahas." Journal of American Folk-Lore 2 (1889): 3-11.

"The Omaha Buffalo Medicine-Men: An Account of Their Method of Practice." Journal of American Folk-Lore 3 (1890): 215-21.

"The Ceremonies of the Sacred Pole of the Omaha Tribe." Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 47 (1898): 480.

"An Indian Allotment." Independent 52 (1900): 2686-88.

"The Laughing Bird, the Wren." Southern Workman 29 (1900): 554-56.

The Middle Five: Indian Boys at School. 1900. Reprint. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1963.

"The Shell Society among the Omahas." (Abstract) Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 49 (1900): 315.

"The Story of a Vision." Southern Workman 30 (1901): 106-9.

"Who was the Medicine Man?" Annual Report, Fairmont Park Art Association 32 (1904): 3-13; also in Journal of American Folk-Lore 18 (1905): 269-75.

"The Past Life of the Plains Indians." Southern Workman 34 (1905): 587-94.

The Omaha Tribe. With Alice Fletcher. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 27th Annual Report, 1905-1906. Washington, 1911. 672 pp.

"Osage Marriage Customs." American Anthropologist 14 (1912): 127-30.

"Wakondagi." American Anthropologist 14 (1912): 106-8.

The Osage Tribe. Part One: "Rite of the Chiefs; Sayings of the Ancient Men." Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 36th Annual Report, 1914-15. Washington, D.C., 1921, pp.43-597.

"Protection of Indian Lands." 33rd Annual Lake Mohonk Conference of the Friends of the Indian, 1915, pp.70-72.

"Right and Left in Osage Ceremonies." Holmes Anniversary Volume. Washington, D.C.: James Wilson Bryan, 1916, pp.278-87. Reprinted in Rodney Needham, ed. Right and Left. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1973, pp.32-42.

"Omaha and Osage Traditions of Separation." Proceedings, International Congress of Americanists 19 (1917): 459-62.

The Osage Tribe. Part Two: "The Rite of Vigil." Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 39th Annual Report, 1917-18. Washington, D.C., 1925, pp.37-630.

"The Symbolic Man of the Osage Tribe." Art and Archaeology 9 (1920): 68-72.

"The Scientific Work of Miss Alice C. Fletcher." Science 57 (1923): 115-16.

"Omaha Bow and Arrow Makers." Proceedings, International Congress of Americanists 20 (1924): 111-16; also in Annual Report, Smithsonian Institution, 1926 (1927): 487-94.

The Osage Tribe. Part Three: "Two Versions of the Child-Naming Rite." Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 43rd Annual Report, 1925-26. Washington, D.C., 1928, pp.29-820.

The Osage Tribe. Part Four: "Rite of the Wa-xo’-be and Shrine Degree." Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 45th Annual Report, 1927-28. Washington, D.C., 1930, pp.529-833.

"The Omahas were skillful in bow and arrow making." American Indian 3 (1929): 14-16.

A Dictionary of the Osage Language. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin no. 109. Washington, D.C., 1932.

"War Ceremony and Peace Ceremony of the Osage Indians." Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin no. 101, Washington, D.C., 1939.

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From A Stranger in Her Native Land: Alice Fletcher and the American Indians by Joan Mark, by permission of the University of Nebraska Press. Copyright © 1988, University of Nebraska Press.