Sitemap, Resources, & Credits

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Resources & Credits

Arndt, G. (2005). Ho-Chunk “Indian Pow-wows” of the Early Twentieth Century. In Ellis, C., Lassiter, L.E. and G. Dunham (Eds.), Powwow (46-67). Lincoln: University of Nebraska.

Curry, R. (1995). Dells Area Indian History: Volume III. Wisconsin Dells: Ross Curry.

Dilworth, L. (1996). Imagining Indians in the Southwest: Persistant Visions of a Primitive Past. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press.

Goc, M (Ed.). (1999). The Dells: An Illustrated History of Wisconsin Dells. Dells Country Historical Society: New Past Press, Inc.

Hoelscher, S. (2008). Picturing Indians: Photographic Encounters and Tourist Fantasies in H.H. Bennett’s Wisconsin Dells. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Howard, K. and D. Pardue. (1996) Inventing the Southwest: The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art. Flagstaff: Northland Publishing.

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Loew, P. (2001). Indian Nations of Wisconsin. Madison: Wisconsin Historical Society Press.

Rothman, H. (Ed.) (2001). The Culture of Tourism, the Tourism of Culture: Selling the Past to the Present in the American Southwest. New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.

Wrobel, D. and P. Long (Eds.). (2001). Seeing and Being Seen: Tourism in the American West. Kansas: University Press of Kansas.

Acknowledgements

Many thanks to everyone who contributed to the making of this exhibit by sharing their knowledge, stories, photographs, and other resources. Special thanks to the staff at the Indian Arts Research Center and the School for Advanced Research, the Ho-Chunk Nation, and of course my family for supporting me on this long endeavor.

Pinagigi.

Sponsored by Anne Ray Charitable Trust and BF Foundation

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