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Anderson, Gary Clayton (1986). Little Crow. spokesman for the Sioux, Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul.

Anderson, Gary Clayton and Woolworth, Alan R. Ed.’s (1988). Through Dakota Eyes: Narrative Accounts of the Minnesota Indian War of 1862. Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul.

Beckwith, Paul. (1886). Notes on Customs of the Dakotas, Smithsonian Institution. 1889.

Carley, Kenneth (1976). The Sioux Uprising of 1862. The Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Carlson, Bob (1977). The interview with Grace Lambert, the North Dakota Oral History Project, North Dakota History, Journal of the Northern Plains. Vol. 44, No. 4, pp. 8–10.

Coleman, Nick and Camp, John (1987). The Great Dakota Conflict. Supp. St. Paul Pioneer Dispatch

(1972). EHANNA WOYAKAPI (History) Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe of the Lake Traverse Reservation, Sisseton, SD.

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Hamley, Jeffrey (1994). An Introduction to the Federal Indian Boarding School Movement, North Dakota History Journal of the Northern plains. NDSHS. Vol. 61, #2. Spring.

Hill, Lewis, Brower, Winchell, et. al. (1911). The Aborigines of Minnesota 1906–1911. Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

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Lambert, Vern (1995). Paper on the history and philosophy of the Devils Lake Sioux Tribe. May 25.

(1991). Little Hoop Community College. History and Heritage. (1991). Bulletin of Little Hoop Community College. Ft. Totten, ND.

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Remele, Larry, (Ed.) (1978). Fort Totten. Military post and Indian school. 1867–1959. North Dakota State Historical Society, Bismarck.

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Sevigny, Douglas M. (Planner) (1995). Investment Guide: The Devils Lake Sioux Tribe’s Reservation in the State of North Dakota.

Sevigny, Douglas M., (Planner) (1993). Devils Lake Sioux Tribe overall economic development program guide update.

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De Noyer, Charles (1901). The History of Fort Totten. Report of the State Historical Society. The State Historical Society of North Dakota.

(1993). Report on service population and labor force. U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, April

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of Interior, (1992). Promotional brochure: Sullys Hill National Game Preserves.

United Tribes Technical College, (1975). Indian Country. Histories of the Five Northern Plains Tribes. American Indian Curriculum Development Project.

United Tribes Technical College and the North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission (1985). State of the Relationship “A Tribal Perspective,” A report prepared for the Forty-Ninth Legislative Assembly of North Dakota.

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