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Online resources about the Winnebago
The Encyclopedia of Hotcak (Winnebago) Mythology
Author: Richard L. Dieterle
Description: A collection of stories, mythological, legendary, and historical, of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Indian Nation, together with articles on various mythological and legendary personages and sacred objects mentioned in the corpus of collected stories. Contains commentaries, comparative material, links to articles, links to stories arranged by topic, and links to thematic material. Each contribution is thoroughly footnoted.
GIS Implementation Experience in Wisconsin WinnebagoNation
Author: HE, PING, Ph.D
Description: Account of the implementation of GIS mapping by the Wisconsin Winnebago (Ho Chunk Nation).
Ho-Chunk are Proud of Ancestors at Gottschall
Author: Chloris A. Lowe, Jr., Former President, Ho-Chunk Nation
Description: Accounts of three sites providing evidence of the presence of the Ho-Chunk in Wisconsin for centuries.
(Originally published in the December issue of the “Ho-Chunk Nation.”)
Ho-Chunk Home Page
Author: Ho-Chunk Nation.
Description: Home page of the Ho-Chunk Nation provides information about tribal history, current issues, economic development, and a tribal directory.
Winnebago History by Lee Sultzman
Author: Lee Sultzman
Description: History of the Ho Chunk/Winnebago people by Lee Sultzman from the First Nations website.
Winnebago Legend: Boy Stolen by Thunderbird
Author: Glenn Welker
Description: Winnebago legend from Glenn Welker’s Indigenous People’s Literature website.
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