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272 U.S. 351 Yankton Sioux Tribe of Indians v. No. 250 United States. Argued 7 October 1926. Decided 22 November 1926. http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/cgi-bin/getcase.pl?friend=nytimes&court=us&vol=272&invol=351 30 May 2006.
Adams, Jim. "Pipestone Embroils New NMAI Building in Sioux Theological Debate." Indian Country Today Media Network.com. August 8, 2004. http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2004/08/18/pipestone-embroils-new-nmai-building-sioux-theological-debate-93892.
Article VIII, 1858 Treaty With the Yankton Sioux, Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, vol. 2, ed. Charles Kappler (1904; repr., Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1972).]
Clyde Holler, “Black Elk’s Relationship to Christianity,” American Indian Quarterly, (Winter, 1984).
Corbett, William P. "Pipestone: The Origin and Development of a National Monument." In Minnesota History, 82-92. 1980.
Debra Fitzgerald, "The Sundance Begins," Pipestone County Star Online(Pipestone, MN), August 5, 2009, [Page #], accessed August 18, 2015, http://www.pipestonestar.com/Stories/Story.cfm?SID=22570.
Hal K. Rothman, and Daniel J. Holder, "Managing the Sacred and the Secular: An Administrative History of Pipestone National Monument" (Hal K. Rothman and Associates, 10 September 1992) http://www.cr.nps.gov/history/online_books/pipe/adhi.htm 17 May 2006.
Hilda Neihardt, Black Elk & Flaming Rainbow: Personal Memories of the Lakota Holy Man and John Neihardt. (University of Nebraska Press, 1999) :119.
"In Pipestone, an Era Ends." Midwest Weekends. June 11, 2012. http://midwestweekends.com/do_it_now/summer/pipestone_pageant.html.
James Fallows, "Blind into Baghdad," Atlantic Monthly, January/February 2004, 58; Ibid., 61; Thomas E. Ricks, Flasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq (New York: Penguin, 2006), 79-80.
Joseph Brown, The Sacred Pipe: Black Elk’s Account of the Seven Rites of the Oglala Sioux, (University of Oklahoma Press, 1953).
National Park Service, "Pipestone Indian School Superintendent's House," National Park Service: A National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary. Accessed July 11, 2015. http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/pipestone/sup.htm.
National Park Service, "Pipestone: History and Culture: People," National Park Service, accessed July 29, 2015, http://www.nps.gov/pipe/learn/historyculture/people.htm.
Owen, Suzanne. The Appropriation of Native American Spirituality. London: Continuum, 2008.
Paper, Jordan. “The Sacred Pipe: The Historical Context of Contemporary Pan-Indian Religion,”American Academy of Religion, (Winter, 1988): 646.
Ray Derby, “Field Notes from April 28th 2012,” Pipestone, Minnesota, (2012).
Sally Southwick, Building on a Borrowed Past: Place and Identity in Pipestone, Minnesota, (Ohio University Press, 2005): 66.
Theodore Nydahl, “The Pipestone Quarry and the Indians” Minnesota History," (December, 1950).
William Mesteht, As appearing in "Pipestone: An Unbroken Legacy. The National Parks Service," (2009).