On this page I will put the references for some of the postings or quotations that I use. 

Anonymous, 1881.  The History of Iowa County, Iowa, Containing A history of the County, its Cities, Towns, &c.  Union Historical Company, Birdsall, Williams & Co.  Des Moines.

Anonymous, 1883.  History of Johnson County, Iowa, Containing a History of the County, and its Townships, Cities and Villages from 1836 to 1882.  Publisher? Iowa City, Iowa 1883.

Armstrong, Perry A.  1887.  The Sauks and the Black Hawk War, with Biographical Sketches, Etc.  H. W. Rokker, Printer and Binder, Springfield, Illinois.

Atwater, Caleb. 1831.  Remarks made of a Tour to Prairie Du Chien; Thence to Washington City in 1829.  Isaac N. Whiting, Columbus, Ohio.

Aurner, Charles Ray.  1912.  Leading events in Johnson County Iowa History.  Western Historical Press, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Bataille, Gretchen M,  Tavid Thayer Gradwohl, and Charles L.P. Silet. 2000.  The Worlds between Two Rivers Perspectives on American Indians in Iowa.  University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa.

Catlin, George.   1848.  Catlin’s Notes of Eight Years Travels and Residence in Europe, with the North American Indian Collection, Vol. II.  London:  Published by the Author at his Indian Collection, No. 6, Waterloo Place. 

Catlin, George, 1913North American Indians, Being Letters and Notes on thier manners, Customs, and conditions, Written during Eight Years’ Travel Amongst the Wildest Tribes of Indians in North America, 1832-1839.  Leary, Stuart and Company, Philadelphia.

Coues, Elliot.  1895.  The Expeditions of Zebulon Montgomery Pike, To Headwaters of the Mississippi River, Through Louisiana Territory, and in New Spain, During the Years 1805-6-7.  Francis P. Harper, New York.

Evarts, Jeremiah.  1829.  Essays on the Present Crisis in the Condition of The American Indians;  First Published in THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Under the Signature of William Penn.  Perkins & Marvin, Boston.

Fogel, Margaret and J. W. Hastings. 1972. Bioluminescence:  Mechanism and Control of Scintillon Activity.  Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA.  Vol 69, No. 3, pp 690-693, March 1972. 

Green, Michael D.  1996. “We Dance in Opposite Directions.  Mesquakie (Fox) Separatism from the Sac and Fox Tribe.  In Iowa History Reader, Iowa State University Press, Ames.

Gregg, Asa.  1878.  Personal Recollections of the Early Settlement of Wapsinonoc Township and the Murder of Atwood by the Indians.   Accessed from digital text at:

Grinnell, Josiah Bushnell.  1891.  Men and Events of Forty Years  Autobiographical Reminiscences of an active career from 1850 to 1890.  D. Lothrop Company, Boston.

Hagan, William T, 1958:  The Sac and Fox Indians.  University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.

Hansen, Marcus L., 1918.  Old Fort Snelling, 1819-1858.  The State Historical Society of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.

Hastings, J. Woodland, Wayne Schulz, and Liyun Liu.  2009.  Dinoflagellate Bioluminescence and its Circadian Rhythms.  2-5-09.  Accessed at on 10-12-11. 

Herring, Joseph B. 2006.  “Selling the ‘Noble Savage’ Myth:  George Catlin and the Iowa Indians in Europe, 1843-1845”.    Kansas History:  A Journal of the Central Plains 29 (Winter 2006-2007): 226-245.

Jackson, Donald.  1955.  Black Hawk an Autobiography  University of Illinois Press, Urbana and Chicago.  (The original was printed in 1833, dictated by Black Hawk and translated by Antoine LeClair, with help from John B. Patterson.)

Jones, William: 1912. “Notes on the Fox Indians”  The Iowa Journal of History and Politics   Volume X, 1912.  The State Historical Society of Iowa.

McKenney, Thomas L:  1872.  History of the Indian Tribes of North America With Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs.  (two volumes).  Philidelphia:  Published by D. Rice & Co., 508 Minor Street.

Meese, William A, 1904.  The Battle of Campbell’s Island.  Desauluiera printers, Moline, IL.

Morse, Rev. Jedidiah, D. D., 1822.  Report to the Secretary of War of the United States, on Indian Affairs, Comprising a Narrative of a Tour In the summer of 1820, under a commission from the President of the United States, for the purpose of ascertaining, for the use of the government, the actual state of the Indian tribes in our country.  S. Converse, New-Haven.

Parker, Helen Eliza Fitch (as H. F. P.), 1863.  Rambles after Land Shells.  The American Tract Society, Boston.

Parker, Leonard F., 1911.  History of Poweshiek County Iowa The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., Chicago.

Reynolds, John.  1855.  My Own Times, Embracing, also, The History of My Life.  B. H. Perryman and H. L. Davison, Belleville, Illinois. 

Scott, Winfield, 1864.  Memoirs of Lieut.-General Scott, LL.D., written by Himself.  New York:  Sheldon & Company, Publishers, 335 Broadway.

Shaw, John,   1888.  “Indian Chiefs and Pioneers of the Northwest.” Wisconsin Historical Collections, vol. 10 (Madison, 1888): 213-222.  Online facsimile at:;  Visited on: 4/28/2011

Springer, Arthur, 1912.  History of Louisa County, Iowa From Its Earliest Settlement to 1912.  The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, Chicago.

Stevens, Frank Everett, 1907. Wakefield’s History of the Black Hawk War A reprint of the First Editon by John A. Wakefield, Esquire, from the press of Calvin Goudy, Jacksonville, Illinois, 1834:  With Thirteen Photogravure Illustrations, and Preface and Notes.  Chicago:  The Caxton Club.

Swan, Lester A. and Charles S. Papp.  1972.   The Common Insects of North America.  Harper & Row Publishers, New York.


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