Bertrand N.O. Walker on Native American Authors

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Bertrand N.O. Walker
, 1870-1927


Bertrand N.O. Walker, also known as Hen-Toh, was born in Kansas. He worked in the Indian Service and taught in the federal Indian schools in Arizona and California. His writing interests focused on both poetry and on the transmission of Native folklore and traditions.


Online resources by or about Bertrand N.O. Walker:

Personal Sketch of Bertrand Nicholas Oliver Walker
Author: Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma
Type: authorbio
Description: Presents an autobiographical sketch first published in 1928 in “Chronicles of Oklahoma.”


Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma: Bertrand N.O. Walker
Author: Littlefield, Daniel O., Jr.
Type: authorbio
Description: Presents a thorough biography of Bertrand N.O. Walker.


Yon-Doo-Shah-We-Ah (Nubbins), A Modern Text and Facsimile Edition
Author: American Native Press Archives and Sequoyah Research Center
Type: etext
Description: An edited text of Walker’s volume of poetry entitle, Yon-Doo-Shah-We-Ah, edited and with an introduction by Cindy K. Beck.


Books by Bertrand N.O. Walker:

Walker, Bertrand N.O.. Tales of the Bark Lodges
Oklahoma City : Harlow Publishing Company, 1919.
Genre: Folklore
Language: English
Audience: Adult

Walker, Bertrand N.O.. Yon-doo-shah-we-ah (Nubbins)
Oklahoma City : Harlow Publishing Company, 1924.
Genre: Poetry
Language: English
Audience: Adult

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