Ho-Chunk Nation and Other Wisconsin Resources

Ho-Chunk Nation

  • Ho-Chunk Nation – https://ho-chunknation.com/
  • Ho-Chunk Nation papers, pamphlets, and other resources at the Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
  • Arndt, G.P. (2016). Ho-Chunk powwows and the politics of tradition. University of Nebraska Press.
  • Arndt, G.P. (2008). Ho-Chunk powwows: innovation and tradition in a changing world. Wisconsin Magazine of History 91(3). 28-41. Retrieved from https://content.wisconsinhistory.org/digital/collection/wmh/id/49587
  • Diedrich, C. (2001). Ho-Chunk chiefs: Winnebago leadership in an era of crisis. Coyote Books.
  • Diedrick, C. (2005). Ho-Chunk: The people of the big voice [film]. Eagle River, WI: Discover Mediaworks.
  • Jones, T., Schmudlach, M., Mason, M.D., Lonetree, A., & Greendeer, G.A. (2011). People of the big voice: Photographs of Ho-Chunk families by Charles Van Schaick, 1879–1942. Wisconsin Historical Society Press.
  • Lonetree, A. (2019). A heritage of resilience: Ho-Chunk family photographs in the visual archive. The Public Historian 41(1). 34-50.
  • “Madison musician connects with his heritage and father by archiving Ho-Chunk recordings.” Wisconsin Life. NPR. https://www.npr.org/podcasts/677784551/wisconsin-life
  • Mountain Wolf Woman. (1961). Mountain Wolf Woman, sister of Crashing Thunder; the autobiography of a Winnebago Indian. University of Michigan Press.
  • Ootek Productions & Wisconsin Public Television; written & produced by Dave Erickson. (2014?/1997). Ho Chunk Stories [film]. Lone Rock, WI: Ootek Productions.
  • Snyder, D.B. (2012). Ho-Chunk Nation tribal law profile. Tribal Law Journal 12(1). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/tlj/vol12/iss1/3
  • Wisconsin Public Television, produced by Mik Derks, directed by Kathy Bissen. (2015). Ho Chunk history [film]. Wisconsin Public Television.