Resources and External Links

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The Hocąk Nation:

The Ho-Chunk Nation, People of the Big Voice

| An Abstract View of Ho-Chunk History | History of the Hocąk Nation | Language Overview | Hocąk Constitution | Tribal Enrolment (with Map), Enterprises, Community Contributions, Education, Environment | History, Sovereignty, Government, Tribal Statistics, Officials and Contacts | Hocąk Worak Newspaper |

Hoocąk Waaziija Haci Language Division

Ho-Chunk Indian Language (Hocąk, Hocąk, Winnebago)

The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska

| Brief Tribal History | Cultural Statement | Tribal Historian - David Lee Smith | Angel Decora Memorial Museum/Research Center | Oldest Memorial Celebration |

| Winnebago Tribal Council |

Little Priest Tribal College

"Winnebago History," Lee Sultzman

This is part of "First Nations History"

Bill Winneshiek

Indian Country: Ho-Chunk Mainpage

Yellow Thunder

The Dr. Josephine White Eagle Cultural Center

Haga Today


Angel DeCora, Hocąk Artist

| Angel DeCora and Indian Art | Wiki | Linda M. Waggoner's Website for Her Biography, Fire Light: The Life of Angel De Cora | Angel DeCora: An Autobiography | Sarah McAnulty, "Angel DeCora: American Artist and Educator" |

Hocąk Photo Collections

| Wisconsin Historical Society — Wisconsin Historical Images — Keyword, "Ho-Chunk" — 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 ... 56 | Photographs from the American Indians 1898 Photo Album (Omaha Public Library) — 1, 2, 3 | History of the American West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library (s.v., "Winnebago") | North American Indians: Stereographs from the Keystone-Mast Collection, Keyword search — "Winnebago" |

Native American Stories:

Children's Native American Stories and Indian Short Stories for Kids
Choctaw Legends and Stories
Indian Country Wisconsin
Indigenous Peoples' Literature
Innu History and Culture
McLaughlin, Marie L., Myths and Legends of the Sioux
Menominee Oral Tradition
Native American Animal Symbols
Native American Culture > Stories/Legends
Native American Legends, Folk Tales, and Stories [Blackfoot, Kiowa]
Native American Lore
Native American Starlore
Oban the Knowledge Keeper - Legends
Ojibway Oral Traditions
Rats and Mice in Native American Lore
Songs of the Pueblo Indians
Story of Big Bear, Cree Chief
Zitkala-Ṣa, Old Indian Legends [Dakota, primarily Iktomni]

Other Native American & Related Sites

A Highly Selective Webliography on Native American Studies
Alaska Natives Online

American Indian and Indigenous Education Links
American Indian Heritage Foundation
American Indian Movement
Birth Totems
Crazy Crow Trading Post's Native American Indian Internet Resources
Die Geschichte der Indianer Nordamerikas
Guide to American Indian Research in South Dakota (South Dakota State Historical Society)
Index of Native American Cultural Resources on the Internet
Indianer, die ultimative Site
Indians of California (T. Beckman, Harvey Mudd College)
Indians of the Great Basin (T. Beckman, Harvey Mudd College)
Lakota na Dakota Wowapi Oti Kin (Lakota Dakota Information Home Page)
National Congress of American Indians
Native American Autobiography
Native American Documents Project (California State Univ., San Marcos)
Native American Facts for Kids: Resources on American Indians for Children and Teachers
American Indian History & Culture (Smithsonian Institution)
Native American Indian Names
Native American Links
Native American Resources: General Resources
Native American Settlements and Peoples of the United States
Native American Sites and home of the American Indian Library Association Web Page
Native American Themes in Children's YA Books
Native Tech
Native Web (Syracuse University)
Nordamerikas Indianern
Stonee's Weblodge
Terrie's Native Americans

General Mythology Links:

The Encyclopedia Mythica
Folklore, Myth and Legend
The Magic Web — Mythology & Folklore
Myth and Legend
Mythology, Folklore, and a little bit of Religion
The Trickster
Trickster's Way

Native American Languages

First People's Language Resources
John Madsen's Linguistic Home Page
Native American Language Center
Words in English from Amerindian Languages

Image Collections

Gallery of American Indians: McKenney & Hall's History of the Indian Tribes of North America
George Catlin Art Collection (Smithsonian Institution)
North American Indians: Stereographs from the Keystone-Mast Collection

Rock Art

American Rock Art Research Association | Australian Rock Art Research Association (AURANET) | Colorado Rock Art Research Association | Gottschall Site | Eastern States Rock Art Research Associaton | The International Federation of Rock Art Organizations | The Nevada Rock Art Foundation | The Rock Art Foundation | Rock Art Interest Group | Rock Art Net | Rock Art Studies: A Bibliographic Data Base | SHUMLA School | Southern Nevada Rock Art Association | Trust for African Rock Art | Utah Rock Art Research Association | Western Rock Art Research |

See also, Hocąk Photo Collections above.

Her Own Words (Winnebago Women Songs and Stories). 5 DVDs.
The Native American Indians

Books in Print on the Hocągara:

Paul Radin, The Winnebago Tribe (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1990 [1923]).

University of Nebraska Press (Radin)

David Lee Smith, Folklore of the Winnebago Tribe (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997).

From, "Winnebago"

Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian ~ Paul Radin / Paperback / Published 1963 — see, Crashing Thunder

Folklore of the Winnebago Tribe ~ David Lee Smith, Robert J. Conley / Hardcover / Published 1997

Four Seasons of Corn : A Winnebago Tradition ~ Sally M. Hunter, et al / Library Binding / Published 1996

Kunu : Winnebago Boy Escapes (American Indian Children) ~ Kenneth Thomasma, Jack Brouwer (Illustrator) / Paperback / Published 1989

Mountain Wolf Woman, Sister of Crashing Thunder : The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian ~ Nancy O. Lurie(Editor), Ruth M. Underhill / Paperback / Published 1961

Reuben Snake, Your Humble Serpent: Indian visionary and Activist — Jay C. Fikes (Editor), et al / Hardcover / Published 1996

The Trickster : A Study in American Indian Mythology ~ Paul Radin, et al / Paperback / Published 1987

The Winnebago Tribe ~ Paul Radin / Paperback / Published 1990

Crashing Thunder : The Autobiography of an American Indian (An Ann Arbor Paperback) Paul Radin(Editor), Arnold Krupat / Paperback / Published 1999

Crashing Thunder — Paperback / Published 1983

Indians of the Upper Midwest : Winnebago Oratory, Ojibway Oratory, Dakota Oratory (Oratory Series) — Mark Diedrich(Editor) / Paperback / Published 1992

The Keeshin Farm Site and the Rock River Langford Tradition in Northern Illinois (Transportation Archaeological Research Reports, No. 7) Thomas E. Emerson / Hardcover / Published 1999

Kunu : Winnebago Boy Escapes (Amazing Indian Children) — Kenneth Thomasma, Jack Brouwer (Illustrator) / Turtleback / Published 1989

The Trickster : A Study in American Indian Mythology — Paul Radin / Hardcover / Published 1969 (Publisher Out Of Stock)

The Winnebago Mysteries — Moira Crone / Hardcover / Published 1982

Winnebago Oratory : Great Moments in the Recorded Speech of the Hochungra 1742-1887 — Mark Diedrich / Paperback / Published 1991

Mountain Wolf Woman, Sister of Crashing Thunder — Nancy Lurie

Winnebago Indians — J.A. Jones

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