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The Enduring Indians of Kansas: A Century and a Half of Acculturation. "Emigrant Indian Objections to Kansas Residence." Kansas History 4 (Winter 1981): 246-254.
A Bibliographical Guide to the History of Indian-White Relations in the United States. A superb collection, fully indexed, listing more than 9,700 items. Indian-White Relations in the United States: A Bibliography of Works Published 1975-1980. Supplement to 1977 edition, published by University of Chicago Press. Indians of Kansas: The Euro-American Invasion and Conquest of Indian Kansas.
"The Chippewa and Munsee Indians: Acculturation and Survival in Kansas, 1850s-1870." Kansas History 6 (Winter 1983/84): 212-220.
Written by a Delaware of the Alluwe territory, this article in addition to the history, describes the property holdings, including acreage, personal property, and the estimated worth of same. “The Emigrant Indian Tribes of Wyandotte County.” An address delivered before the Kansas City, Kansas High School on Tues, Nov.
A descriptive narrative concerning the Delaware tribes in early Kansas, as seen by European-American settlers, Washington Irving, and newspaper articles.
“Constitution of the Delaware Squatter Association embracing all the laws passed by the Different Squatter Meeting From June 10, to Dec.
A general overview of the Delawares in Kansas, but with more specifics relating to their movement to Oklahoma.
Descriptions of the various office holders, articles pertaining to the purpose of the Association and the rules set out to allow people to settle on the Delaware lands. Isaac Mc Coy, Baptist minister, Indian missionary, and author”.
These papers offer an excellent view into the need for the Delaware, and other tribes to have their own land and own way of life.
Mc Coy was one of the earliest proponents of moving the eastern tribes to the west, to avoid “contamination” by the European-American man.
An overview of the Delaware Indians history, including their movement west and many of the treaties which forced them west.
Although the census was taken in 1898, after the Delaware tribe’s movement to the Oklahoma Territory, the data demonstrates the diminishing numbers of Delawares, from previous census. Kansas City, Missouri: Franklin Hudson Publishing Co., 1904.
Interesting compilation of the Delaware folklore and how much of it, relates to English Biblical teachings, and folklore assoc.