I have been asked over the last months by several people about Kingsley´s articles, which are not easy to get. I have made a list of those articles I am aware of, I strongly recommend to get these, some are still available from the websites of Historical Societies, magazines or other publishers. Try abebooks etc., too.:
"Making the Oglala Hoop" part 1 & 2, English Westerners Society (1985)
"Lone Horn´s Peace: A New View of Sioux-Crow Relations", Nebraska History 66, no. 1 (Spring 1985)
"Teton Sioux Population History, 1655-1881", Nebraska History 75, no. 2 (Summer 1994)
"Crazy Horse and the End of the Sioux War", Nebraska History 79, no. 3 (Fall 1998)
"The Oglala Lakota and the Establishment of Fort Laramie", Museum of the Fur Trade Quaterly 36, no. 4 (Winter 2000)
"Spotted Tail and the Treaty of 1868", Nebraska History 83, no. 1 (Spring 2002)
"We Belong to the North: The Flights of the Northern Indians from the White River Agencies, 1877-78", Montana Magazine 55, no. 3 (Summer 2005)
"Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life", University of Oklahoma Press, (book, 2006)
"Omaha Rendezvous: Ethnogenesis and Warfare at a Plains Indian Trade Center", in: The People of the Buffalo (vol. 1), Tatanka Press (2007)
" Singing the Big Bellie Song: The Making of the Robe Trade Alliance with the Lakota", Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly 43 (2007)
"Sitting Bull and Lakota Leadership" and "Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse", (both in German language) in: Sitting Bull und seine Welt, Museum für Völkerkunde, Wien (2009)
You are correct -- they are not easy to get! I've searched for ""Making the Sichangu Hoop: Brule Tribal Organization", in: Generous Men, Tatanka Press (2010)" and only conclude that it's not available yet. Is that correct?
Post by kingsleybray on Aug 6, 2010 5:23:38 GMT -5
I can confirm that the Summer 2010 special Sitting Bull-themed issue of SOUTH DAKOTA HISTORY is now out, and includes my article 'Before Sitting Bull: Interpreting Hunkpapa Political History, 1750-1867', as well as Ephriam's paper on the Sitting Bull Surrender Ledger, plus a photographic essay by Frank H. Goodyear and an introductory piece on 'Sitting Bull, the Immortal' by Robert M. Utley.
I´ve got good news from Kingsley. New articles by him will be published in the Fall 2017 issue of Nebraska History magazine. It should be out by the end of August, according to the editor.
It's going to be devoted to two articles of Kingsley:
• 'The Oglala Lakota and the Atkinson-O'Fallon Treaty of 1825' • 'Lakota Statesmen and the Horse Creek Treaty of 1851'
It will include much new information foregrounding the role of native leaders and of men's associations like the Bull Headdress Wearers, the Miwatani, and the Kit-Fox societies. There will be a detailed analysis of the 1825 Oglala tribal camp circle. The cover will be a nice portrait of American Horse, whose preservation of Oglala traditional history is fundamental to the new discoveries that Kingsley has been privileged to access over the past couple of years -- material that is going to crucially deepen our knowledge of Lakota culture, society, and history, and the remarkable men and women that shaped it.