Further Resources and Works Cited

To learn more about Pipestone and please browse the following resources:

National Park Service Site

History of the National Monument (written in 1980)

Sacred Pipe of the Lakota Sioux

To learn more about Native Traditions, please visit The Pluralism Project's webpage on Native Traditions.

Works Cited:

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).