The Devil’s West Bibliography

An ongoing and ever-growing list of reference materials used, in no particular order or Approved Format.  All material was used as a starting point, after which alternate realities twisted facts into plotted fiction.

 

FACING EAST FROM INDIAN COUNTRY, Daniel K. Richter

AMERICAN FRONTIERS, Gregory H. Nobles

THE AMERICANS: THE NATIONAL EXPERIENCE, Daniel J Boorstin

THE GREAT PEACE, Alain Beaulieu and Roland Viau (orig illus by Francis Back)

MYSTIC WARRIORS OF THE PLAINS, Thomas E Mails

THE MIDDLE GROUND, Indians, Empires and Republics in the Great Lakes Region, 1650-1815, Richard White

KEEPERS OF THE GAME, Indian-Animal Relationships and the Fur Trade, Cavin Martin

THE MYTHOLOGY OF NORTH AMERICA, John Bierhorst

THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN, Edward S. Curtis

LEWIS AND CLARK THROUGH INDIAN EYES, Alvin M Josephy, ed.

NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY, Judith Nies

NATIVE AMERICAN HUNTING AND FIGHTING SKILLS, Colin F. Taylor

WEST OF THE REVOLUTION: An Uncommon History of 1776, Claudio Saunt

THE SLANG DICTIONARY: or, The vulgar words, street phrases, and fast expressions of high and low society, John Camden Hotten

Tardieu, Jean-Pierre. “Cimarrón-Maroon-Marron: An Epistemological Note.” Outre-Mers: Revue d‘Histoire 94.350–351 (2006): 237–247.

CORNROWS, by Camille Yarbrough

 

websites

David Rumsey Map Collection

North American English Dialects

Indian Nations – Oklahoma Archive

Native Plant Information Network

Native Languages of the Americas

Buffalo Bill Center of the West – McCracken Research Library

Randall Made Knives

The Raging Pelican, Écoulement no.4

The Cartographer’s Guild

Route of the DeSoto Expedition, via the Encyclopedia of Arkansas

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