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Archaeology and Ethnohistory of the Omaha Indians: The Big Village Site (Studies in Anthropology of North American Indians)
by John M. O'Shea, John Ludwickson (Contributor)
(Hardcover - June 1992)

Betraying the Omaha Nation, 1790-1916
by Judith A. Boughter
(Hardcover)

Blessing for a Long Time: The Sacred Pole of the Omaha Tribe
by Robin Ridington, Dennis Hastings (Contributor)
(Hardcover)

A Doctor to Her People: Dr. Susan La Flesche Picotte (The Great Heartlanders Series)
by J. L. Wilkerson
Paperback from Acorn Books

The Middle Five: Indian Schoolboys of the Omaha Tribe
by Francis LA Flesche, David A. Baerreis
Paperback from Univ of Nebraska Pr
1978

Before Our Journey's Through
by Linda Knighton, Linde Knighton
Paperback from Xlibris Corporation

Imperfect Victories: The Legal Tenacity of the Omaha Tribe, 1945-1995 (Law in the American West, V. 6)
by Mark R. Scherer
Hardcover from Univ of Nebraska Pr

The End of the Dream & Other Stories
by John Gneisenau Neihardt, Jay Fultz
Hardcover from Univ of Nebraska Pr
1991

A Study of Omaha Indian Music
by Alice C. Fletcher, Francis La Flesche, Francis LA Flesche, John Comfort Fillmore, Helen Myers
Paperback from Univ of Nebraska Pr
1994

Susan La Flesche Picotte, M.D.: Omaha Indian Leader and Reformer
by Benson Tong, Dennis Hastings
Hardcover from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Txt)

The Omaha (Watts Library: Indians of the Americas)
by Madelyn Klein Anderson
Paperback from Franklin Watts, Incorporated

Dance Lodges of the Omaha People: Building From Memory (Native Americans)
by Mark Awakuni-Swetland
Hardcover from Garland Publishing

Two Crows Denies It: A History of Controversy in Omaha Sociology
by R. H. Barnes
(Hardcover - November 1984)

Blessing for a Long Time: The Sacred Pole of the Omaha Tribe
by Robin Ridington, Dennis Hastings
Hardcover from Univ of Nebraska Pr

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The Cegiha language [the speech of the Omaha and Ponka tribes of the Siouan linguistic family of North American Indians] (LC History-America-E)
by James Owen Dorsey
Library Binding from Reprint Services Corp
1890
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Omaha Secret Societies
by Reo Franklin Fortune
Hardcover from AMS Press
1969
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Mongrel: A Story of Logan Fontanelle of the Omaha Indians
by Anthony J. Barak, James J. Reisdorff
Paperback from South Platte Press
1988
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The Upstream People
by Michael L. Tate
Hardcover from Scarecrow Press
1991
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The Mongrel: A Story of Logan Fontenelle of the Omaha Indians
by D. Anthony, Ph.D. Barak, et al
Book Description: In the early 1800s, the outpost of Bellevue, Nebraska Territory was the home of the Omaha Indians as well as that of Logan Fontenelle, the half-breed son of the famous fur-trader Lucien Fontenelle. A famous writer visiting Bellevue in those days once referred to half-breed children like Logan as mongrels. It soon became evident that Logan was anything but a mongrel as he rose to hero and leader status among both Indians and whites. Constantly harassed and attacked by their enemies within the Sioux Nation, the Omaha Indians found a golden period of tribal esteem under Logan's guidance. At age 22, he accomplished what other tribes and leaders could not. Using his two-culture background, Logan forged a fierce fighting force among the Omaha and other plains Indians and confronted the common Sioux enemy. In doing so, he brought peace to the people of the Missouri River Valley. The Mongrel, as a dramatized account of Logan Fontenelle's life, is told against a historical backdrop of when Indian buffalo hunts, the Mormon migration and the fur trade were all part of the Nebraska experience.
(Paperback)

The Omaha Tribe
by Alice Cunningham Fletcher, Francis LA Flesche
(Paperback - April 1992)

Bright Eyes: The Story of Susette LA Flesche, an Omaha Indian.
by Dorothy Clarke. Wilson
Hardcover from McGraw-Hill
1974
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Susette La Flesche: Voice of the Omaha Indians
by Margaret Crary
Hardcover from E P Dutton
1973
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Ke-Ma-Ha: The Omaha Stories of Francis La Flesche
by Francis LA Flesche, James W. Parins, Daniel Littlefield
Hardcover from Univ of Nebraska Pr

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With Good Intentions: Quaker Work Among the Pawnees, Otos, and Omahas in the 1870s
by Clyde A., II Milner
Hardcover from Univ of Nebraska Pr
1982
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