The Menomini Indians of Wisconsin: A Study of Three Centuries of Cultural Contact and Change

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
This bibliography is more in the nature of a summary of the literature than a detailed list of all the reference documents in which Menomini materials are available. This is made possible largely through the labor of historians who have, over a period of years, assembled and published documents relating to the history of the Wisconsin area. In the text itself there are direct references to most of the records available in these collections which are important for the study, and for the rest there are index volumes that may be consulted.The order of setting out will be: first, anthropological references; second, historical records prior to the reservation period; third, post-reservation references other than those given in the first.
ANTHROPOLOGICAL REFERENCES
HOFFMAN W. J.
The Menomini Indians, in 14th Annual Report, Bureau of American Ethnology, 1892-93.
JENKS A. E.
The Wild Rice Gatherers of the Upper Lakes, in 19th An. Rep., Bur. Am. Eth., 1900.
HRDLIČKA A.
Tuberculosis among Certain Indian Tribes, Bulletin 42, Bur. Am. Eth., 1909.
MOONEY J., AND THOMAS C.
Menominee Tribe, in Handbook of American Indians, Bulletin 30, Bur Am. Eth., 1907.
BARRETT S. A.
The Dream Dance of the Chippewa and Menominee Indians, Bulletin, Public Museum, Milwaukee, vol. 1, 1911.
MICHELSON T.
Menominee Tales, in American Anthropologist, vol. 13, number 1, 1911.
SKINNER A.
War Customs of the Menomini, in Am. Anth., vol. 13, number 2, 1911.

A Comparative Sketch of the Menomini, in Am. Anth., vol. 13, number 4, 1911.

Social Life and Ceremonial Bundles of the Menomini Indians, Anth. Papers, American Museum of Natural History, vol. xiii, 1913.

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Table of contents

  • Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society i
  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • Abstract ix
  • Note on Terminology xi
  • Introductory 1
  • I. the Menomini and Their Neighbors 6
  • Ii. the Old Time Menomini 18
  • Iii. the Period of French Ascendancy 53
  • V. After Two Centuries of Change 102
  • Vi. White Pressure and Passing Lands 127
  • Vii. the First Reservation Experiments 148
  • Viii. Progress in Wardship 170
  • Ix. Ethnological and Museum Data 194
  • X. Recent Times 222
  • Xi a Review 244
  • Bibliography 249
  • Index 255
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