The Struggle for Self-Determination: History of the Menominee Indians since 1854

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UNPUBLISHED PRIMARY SOURCES

American Friends Service Committee Archives, Philadelphia

AFSC Community Relations Division, Native American Affairs, Regional Offices, Midwest (Chicago).

Beinicke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University Library

Felix S. Cohen Papers, 1916–92. WA MSS S-1325.

Community Archives of NAES College, Chicago

LaDonna Harris Papers.

Robert Rietz Collection. Fort Berthold Papers.

Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington DC

Freedom of Information Act Files: Alexian Brothers Novitiate.

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Edgar Bowen, personal communication with author, 29 January 2003.

Interviews with Menominee people, 1991–2000. The author interviewed Menominees, elders, and others knowledgeable of tribal history, both on the reservation and in Chicago. The author retains notes from all of these interviews but offers anonymity to the interviewees in this written study.

Green Bay Area Research Center, Cofrin Library—Special Collections, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Ada Deer Papers. MSS 120.

Menominee Enterprises, Inc. Records, 1954–76. Green Bay MSS 70.

Menominee Tribal News Records, ca. 1974–78. M87–395.

Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, Missouri

Oral History Interview with Oscar R. Ewing. Available at http://www. trumanlibrary.org/oralhist/ewing1.htm. Accessed 18 May 2004.

Illinois State Historical Society Library Manuscript Collections

Illinois Federation of Women’s Clubs Papers, Box 17.

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