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To learn more about Islam in Faribault, please browse these other exhibits:
Access Genealogy, “Wahpekute Indian Tribe History,” http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/siouan/wahpekutehist.htm. F. W. Frink, A Short
History of Faribault, (Faribault: Press of the Faribault Republican, 1902). Faribault Heritage Preservation Commission, “Timeline,” accessed 20 April, 2013,
Fox, Donald Whipple. "Chief Hushasha in Front of His Tipi While Imprisoned at Fort Snelling (Minnesota) in 1862." Beliefnet Community. February 9, 2009. http://community.beliefnet.com/hushasha40.
Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge, History of Rice and Steele Counties (Chicago: H.C. Cooper, Jr. and Co., 1910), 86. http://www.s-sm.org/about-us/our-history/
Kenneth Bjork, “The Alexander Faribault House,” Minnesota History 35.7 (1957): 321.
N. H. Winchell, The Aborigines of Minnesota, (St Paul:The Minnesota Historical Society, 1911).
Richard Clayton Peters, "Archbishop John Ireland's Faribault Plan and Stillwater Experiment and their implications for church/state relations" (January 1, 2000). Dissertations (1962 - 2010) Access via Proquest Digital Dissertations. Paper AAI9977739. http://epublications.marquette.edu/dissertations/AAI9977739
Richard J. Steimann, “The Wapacootas and the White Man: The Story of the Early Development of Faribault,” (paper written for an independent interim study at St John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota).
Rt. Rev. Henry Benjamin Whipple, Lights and Shadows of a Long Episcopate (New York: The MacMillan Press, 1912), 134.
Shannon Sleeth, “Wahpekute Dakota Sioux, Rice County Minnesota,” last modified October 2009, http://www.oocities.org/heartland/estates/5418/indian.html.