The Infamous Black Bird Southern Oregon History, Revised

The Takelma Indians of Southwestern Oregon
First Page through Section II
Sections II through IV
Sections V through VI
Sections VII through XI

Bibliograhy of Books, Articles, Letters, and Misc. Aids

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TRANSCRIBER'S NOTE: B.A.E is the Bureau of American Ethnology

Notes on the Takelma Indians of Southwestern Oregon, Edward Sapir, pub. in American Anthropologist, Vol. 9, No 2, Apr-June 1907.
Takelma Texts, by Edward Sapir, pub. by University of Pennsylvania; the Museum Anthropological Bulletins, Vol. II, Nov. 1, 1909.
Religious Ideas of the Takelma Indians of Southwestern Oregon, Edward Sapir, pub. in Journal of American Folklore, Vol. II, Jan.-March, 1907, No. LXXVI, B.A.E.
The Gentile System of the Siletz Tribe," J. O. Dorsey, pub. in Journal of American Folklore, 1890, III, No. 3.
Tribal Distribution in Southwestern Oregon, Leslie Spier, pub. in Oregon Historical Society Quarterly, Vol. 28.
Indian Linguistic Families, J. Powell, pub. in Seven Annual Report, B.A.E.
The Middle Columbia Salish, James Teir, pub. in Anthropology, Vol. 2, no. 4.
Indian Languages of the Pacific States and Territories, Abert S. Gatschet, pub. in Magazine of American History, March 1877, Vol. 1, no. 3, N.Y.
Early Indian Wars in Oregon, compiled by Frances Fuller Victor under auspices of Joint Resolution of Oregon House and Senate, 1894, Govt.
The Indian Tribes of North America, John R. Swanton, pub. Smithsonian Institution, B.A.E. 1953.
Handbook of American Indian Languages, Franz Boas, part 2, B.A.E. 1922.
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This page repeats citations that are on page A
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Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, ed. F. W. Hodge, pub. Smithsonian Institution, B.A.E. no. 30, 1912.
Water Monsters in Northern California, E. Dixon, pub. in Journal of American Folklore, Vol. XIX, no. 75.
Some Indian Foods, B. C. Morsbee, pub. in "our Changing World, World Pub. 1881.
Shasta and Athapascan Myths from Oregon, L. J. Frachtenberg, pub. in Anthropology, Vol. IV.
Indian Tribes, III, Schoolcraft, 1853.
The Golden Age of American Anthropology, Mead and Bunzel, N.Y. 1960.
The Magazine of American History, March 1877, Vol. 1, No. 3, N.Y.
Ancient Man in North America, H. M. Worthington, Denver (Colorado) Museum of Natural History.
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Man the Toolmaker, Oakley, pub. British Museum of Natural History.
Field Notes on Tillamook and Chinookan Dialects, F. Boas, 1890.
American Linguistics, Vol. 10, 1939.
Tillamook and Siletz Folkloristic Texts, F. Boas, 1900.
Miscellaneous Items on Tillamook, F. Boas, American Philosophical Society, Phila., Pa., 1890.
Indian Myths of the Northwest, C. Bagley, pub. Hanford, Seattle, 1930.
Looking Northwest, Comp. F. H. Cass, pub. Binfords and Mort, 1938.
Frontier Doctor, U. C. Coe, McMillan 1940.
Dictionary of Chinook Language, comp. and pub. by J. K. Gill, 1881.
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Oregon Trail Blazers, Fred Lockley, pub. Knickerbocker Press, 1929.
Wild Flowers of the Pacific Coast, L. L. Haskin, pub. Binfords and Mort, 1934.
Blue Waters, R. J. Helm, Binfords and Mort, 1938.
Captain Jack, Modoc Renegade, Doris P. Payne, Binfords and Mort, 1938.
Life Among the Modocs, C. H. (Joaquin) Miller, 1886.
Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest, Ella Clark, Univ. of California Press, 1953.
A History of Southwestern Oregon--(et al) compiled by G. W. Long and Harvey Wells, pub. by H. G. Walling, 1881.
Oregon Georgraphic Names, L. McArthur, pub. Binfords and Mort, 1928.
The Indians of Oregon, Geographic Distribution of Linguistic Families, J. M. Barry in Oregon Historical Quarterly, No. 28, 1927.
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Pictorial History of Southern Oregon, Jack Sutton, 1959.
Winema, J. M. Allen, Vantage Press, 1956.
Susan of Kerbyville, D. Stovall, N.Y. 1904.
The Great Northwest, O. O. Winther, pub. A. Knopf, N.Y.
Portland: Its History and Builders, J. Gaston, pub. S. J. Clark Col, 1911.
Myths and Legends of the Pacific Northwest, K. B. Judson, pub. A. C. McClurg, 1910.
The History of Oregon, Chas. H. Carey, pub. Pioneer Historic Publications Co., Chicago and Portland, 1922.
Indian History of the Northwest, J. A. Costello, pub. The Colvert Co., Seattle, 1895.
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Indian History of the Modoc War, by Jeff C. Riddle (son of Winema).
Wigwam and Warpath or The Royal Chief in Chains, A. B. Meacham, pub. J. P. Dole Co. Boston, 1875.
Reminiscences of a Pioner, Col. Wm. Thompson, S. Francsico, 1912.
History of the Columbia River Valley from the Dalles t the Sea, Fred Lockley, chaps on Bukman family list.
Recollections of My Boyhood, Jesse Applegate, Press of Review Pub. Co., Roseburg, 1914.
Overland in a Covered Wagon, C. H. (Joaquin) Miller, 1870.
Life of Col. J. C. Fremont, autobiog. pub. N.Y.
Oregon Trail Blazers, Fred Lockley, Knickerbocker Press, 1929.
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History of Los Angeles County, California, Thompson and West, pub. Oakland, 1880.
Cruising in the Cascades, G. O. Shields, 1889.
Emigrants' Guide to Oregon and Caliofrnia, Lansford W. Hastings, 1845.
Early Days in Old Oregon, pamphlet priv. printed by George Riddle, 1920.
Pilgrimage to Hell, G. W. France, priv.
The Rogue River Fruitgrower mag. June 1911 issue.
Editorials in Century Magazine, Jan. 1883.
Extenison Monitor mag. pub. by University or Oregon, Eugene, June 1925.
The Table Rock Sentinel Newspaper, beginning 1854 (microfilm at museum).
Editorials Harpers Magazine, June-Aug 1855.
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A History of the Rogue River Valley, a typewritten mss. by Alice Applegate Sargent, loaned by Medford Public Library.
Private Diaries loaned by Stella Taylor: a) Anderson, 1954-1958: a Diary of Hobart Taylor, Phoenix, Oregon, 1862. b) Diary of Rachail Taylor, then age 14-15, while crossing with "Preacher's Train" to Jacksonville, 1853.
Collected notes from childhood stories heard, by Stella Taylor Anderson, loaned Jan. 1955.
Personal correspondence of note:
1. Thomas F. McIlwraith, friend of Edward Sapir, Curator, Pres. Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. Toronto, Jan. 1964, Feb. 1964.
2. Frances Eyman, Asst., Univ. Museum, University of Pennsylvania, June 1963.
3. Eugene Y. Arima, Ethnology Section, National Museum of Canada, Ottowa, Jan, 1964.
4. G. Hess, Asst. Librarian, American Philosophical Society, Phila. Pa., Jan 1964.
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Visual Aids:
Crater Rock Museum, elmar Smith, and Rox Ann Gem Club, the collection of Indian artifacts.
Dorothy Todd, Ashland, Oregon, direction on-the-ground and search and authentication of villages listed.
Dr. Wilbur A. Davis, Asst Curator, Museum Natural History, Eugene, for 1963 documentation and dating of clay figurines from Snider Creek.
Various members of Southern Oregon Archaelogical Society for numerous reports of finds authenticating research materials.