Andrist, Ralph K .
The Long Death
. Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. A compelling narrative explaining how the Plains Indians were subject to constant betrayal by the American government.
Chronicle of the Indian Wars: From Colonial Tines to Wounded Knee
. Konecky, 1966. A comprehensive account of four centuries of conflict between whites and North American natives.
Carlson, Paul, H.
The Plains Indians
. Texas A&M University Press, 1998. A clear narrative on the history of the Plains Indians stressing Indian voices and the Indian viewpoint.
Custer, George Armstrong.
My Life on the Plains
. University of Nebraska Press, Bison Books.1966. A personal account of General George Custer's experiences on the Great Plains.
Deloria, Vine, Jr.
Behind the Trail of Broken Treaties: An Indian Declaration of Independence
. Reprint, University of Texas Press, 1985. Offers legal and moral arguments for new and old tribal treaties.
Deloria, Vine, Jr.
Custer Died For Your Sins
. Avon Books, 1970. A comprehensive look at the Battle of Little Big Horn.
Guinn, Jack. "The Red Man's Struggle,"
The Denver Post
, 1966. This article discusses the happenings at the Fort Laramie Conference in 1851.
Josephy, Alvin M., Jr. and others, eds.
Fight For Red Power: The American Indians Freedom
, University of Nebraska Press, 1999. Documents on the emergence of Native American militancy.
Black Hills-White Justice
. New York: Harper Collins Publisher, 1991. A portrait of a militaristic American government and its shameful relationship with the Sioux.
Native American Renaissance
. New York: Harper Collins Publisher, 1993. An account of the conditions in the Indian Boarding Schools
Mayer, Frank and Charles B. Roth,
The Last of the Buffalo
. The Swallow Press, 1972. An in depth explanation of the importance and significance of the buffalo for the Sioux Indians.
Native American Testimony
. New York: Penguin Books, 1991. A collection of documents addressing Native American and white relations as told through Indian voices.
Smith, Paul Chaat and Robert Allen Warrior.
Like a Hurricane: The Indian Movement from Alcatraz to Wounded Knee
. New Press, 1966. A detailed account of the events and politics of the American Indian Movement of the 1960's and 1970's.
. University Press of Kansas, 1988. The story of the rise of the Native American horse culture, the gold rush, and the ensuing conflict between Native Americans and white settlers.