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References on Idaho Native Americans

  1. Boag, P.G., 1993, "The Indians of this Place are Snakes in the Grass" The Overlander Perspective on Native Americans in Southern Idaho, 1836-1860: Idaho Yesterdays, v.37, no.3, p.16-26.

  2. Liljeblad, Sven, 1959, Indian People of Idaho, in S. Beal and M. Wells, eds., History of Idaho: Pocatello, Lewis Historical Publishing, p. 29-59.

  3. Liljeblad, Sven, 1960, The Indians of Idaho: Idaho Yesterdays, v. 4, no. 3, p. 22-28.

  4. Lohse, E.S., and Holmer, R.N., editors, 1990, Fort Hall and the Shoshone-Bannock: Pocatello, Idaho, The Idaho State University Press, 59 p.

  5. Madsen, B.D., 1980, The Northern Shoshoni: Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 259 p.

  6. Madsen, B.D., 1986, Chief Pocatello: The "White Plume": Salt Lake City, University of Utah Press, 142 p.

  7. Madsen, B.D., 1958, The Bannock of Idaho: Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers Ltd., 382 p.

  8. Merkley, Anne, 1994, Cultural Contrast and Material Change: The Wrensted-Garvey photographs of Northern Shoshone and Bannock Indians: M.A. Thesis, Department of Anthropology, Idaho State University, 296 p.

  9. Swanson, Earl, 1957, "Since time immemorial..." The Problem of Shoshone Chronology: Idaho Yesterdays, v. 1, no. 4, p. 21-26.

  10. Swanson, Earl H., 1972, Birch Creek: Human Ecology in the Cool Desert of the Northern Rocky Mountains, 9000 B.C.-A.D. 1850: Pocatello, Idaho, The Idaho State University Press.