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Fort Robinson bibliography


Buecker, Thomas R. "The 1887 Expansion of Fort Robinson." Nebraska History 68(Summer 1987): 83-93.

________. "The Abandonment of Fort Robinson: The End of a Colorful Era." Nebraskaland 76(April 1989): 22-27.

________. "An Excellent Soldier and an Efficient Officer." Nebraskaland 67(June 1989): 12-17.

________. "The Best Time of My Life: The CCC at Fort Robinson 1933 -1935." Nebraskaland 71(July 1993): 42-47.

_________. "Can You Send Us Immediate Relief?: Army Expeditions to the Northern Black Hills, 1876-1878." South Dakota History 25(Summer 1995): 95-115.

________. "The Dismounting of the Fourth Cavalry at Fort Robinson, 1942." Rural Electric Nebraskan 43(February 1989): 12-14.

_______. "The Fort and the Railroad--Fort Robinson, Nebraska, on the C&NW." Northwestern Lines 23(Fall 1998): 23-32.

________. Fort Robinson and the American West, 1874-1898. Lincoln: Nebraska State Historical Society, 1999.

________. "The Fort Robinson War Dog Reception and Training Center, 1942-1946." Military History of the West 27(Spring 1997): 33-58.

________. "In the Old Army: Harry K. Hollenbach at Fort Robinson 1911-1913." Nebraska History 71(Spring 1990): 13-22.

________. "The Long Summer: Red Cloud Agency and Camp Robinson in 1876." Seventh Annual Symposium (Custer Battlefield Historical and Museum Association, 1993): 1-12.

________. "Marking History at Fort Robinson." Nebraskaland 73(March 1995): 42-47.

________. "Mules, Horses, and Dogs--Fort Robinson in World War II." Periodical, Journal of the Council on America's Military Past 16(April 1989): 34-49.

________. "Nazi Influence at the Fort Robinson Prisoner of War Camp During World War II." Nebraska History 73(Spring 1992): 32-41.

________. "One Soldier's Service: Caleb Benson in the Ninth and Tenth Cavalry, 1875-1908." Nebraska History 74(Summer 1993): 54-62.

________. "The Quartermaster Cache: Artifacts Found at the Fort Robinson Post Playhouse."

Nebraskaland 70(June 1992): 8-13.

________. "The Tenth Cavalry at Fort Robinson, 1902-1907." Military Images 12(May-June 1991): 6-10.

________. "War Dogs." Nebraskaland 66(December 1988): 34-37, 47-48.

________. "When the Olympics Came to Fort Robinson." Nebraskaland 68(October 1990): 16-21.

Grange, Roger T. "Fort Robinson, Outpost on the Plains." Nebraska History 39(September 1958): 191-241.

________. "Treating the Wounded at Fort Robinson." Nebraska History 45(September 1964): 273-294.

Loudon, Betty, ed. "Pioneer Pharmacist J. Walter Moyer's Notes on Crawford and Fort Robinson in the 1890s." Nebraska History 58(Spring 1977): 89-117.

Nelson, Vance E., ed. "Fort Robinson During the 1880s: An Omaha Newspaperman Visits the Post." Nebraska History 55(Summer 1974): 181-202.

Schubert, Frank N. "The Fort Robinson Y.M.C.A., 1902-1907: A Social Organization in a Black Regiment." Nebraska History 55(Summer 1974): 165-179.

________. Outpost of the Sioux Wars: A History of Fort Robinson. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1993.

________. "The Violent Word of Emanuel Stance, Fort Robinson, 1887." Nebraska History 55(Summer 1974): 203-19.

Stover, Earl F. "Chaplain Henry V. Plummer, His Ministry and His Court Martial." Nebraska History 56(Spring 1975): 1-30

Stewart, Miller J. "Fort Robinson, Nebraska: Army Remount Depot, 1919-1945." Nebraska History 70(Winter 1989): 274-82.

Twitchell, Phillip G. ed. "Camp Robinson Letters of Angeline Johnson, 1876-1879." Nebraska History 77(Summer 1996): 89-95.

Wright, Willard E., ed. "A Young Medical Officers Letter From Fort Robinson and Fort Leavenworth, 1906-1907." Nebraska History 37(June 1956): 135-43.


Allen, Charles W. "Red Cloud and the U. S. Flag." Nebraska History 22(January - March 1941): 77-88.

Buecker, Thomas R. "The Crazy Horse Surrender Ledger: A New Source for Red Cloud Agency History." Nebraska History 75(Summer 1994 ): 191-94.

________. "An Indian Department Marked Issue Blanket." Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly 32(Summer 1996): 7-11.

________. "The Long Summer: Red Cloud Agency and Camp Robinson in 1876." Seventh Annual Symposium (CBHMA, 1993): 1-12.

________. "Red Cloud Agency Traders, 1873-1877." Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly 30(Fall 1994): 4-14.

Hyde, George E. Red Cloud's Folk. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1937.

Olson, James C. Red Cloud and the Sioux Problem. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1965.


Anderson, Harry H. "Indian Peace-talkers and the Conclusion of the Sioux War of 1876." Nebraska History 44(December 1963): 233-54.

Brininstool, Earl A. "Chief Crazy Horse, His Career and Death." Nebraska History 12(January-March 1929): 4-42.

Buecker, Thomas R. "The Crazy Horse Surrender Ledger: A New Source for Red Cloud Agency History." Nebraska History 75(Summer 1994): 191-94.

________. "Crazy Horse: The Search for the Elusive (and Improbable) Photo of the Famous Oglala Chief." Greasy Grass 14(May 1998): 27-35.

DeLand, Charles E. "Crazy Horse's Surrender--His Death," in South Dakota Historical Collections (1934): 313-56.

Dickson, Ephriam D. "Crazy Horse: Who Really Wielded the Bayonet that Killed The Oglala Leader?" Greasy Grass 12(May 1996): 2-10.

Gilbert, James N. "The Death of Crazy Horse: A Contemporary Examination of the Homicidal Events of 5 September 1877." Journal of the West 32(January 1993): 5-21.

Hedren, Paul L. "The Crazy Horse Medal: An Enigma From the Great Sioux War." Nebraska History 75(Summer 1994): 195-99.

Hinman, Eleanor H. "Oglala Sources on the Life of Crazy Horse." Nebraska History 57(Spring 1976): 1-51.

Knight, Oliver. "War or Peace: The Anxious Wait for Crazy Horse." Nebraska History 54(Winter 1973): 521-44.

Lee, Maj. Gen. Jesse M. "The Capture and Death of an Indian Chieftain." Journal of the Military Service Institution of the United States 54(May-June 1914): 323-40.

Lemly, Capt. H. R. "The Passing of Crazy Horse." Journal of the Military Service Institution of the United States 54(May-June 1914): 317-22.

Mears, David T. "Campaigning Against Crazy Horse," in Proceedings and Collections of the Nebraska State Historical Society 15(1907): 68-78.

Paul, R. Eli. "An Early Reference to Crazy Horse." Nebraska History 75(Summer 1994): 189.

Robinson, Doane. "Crazy Horse's Story of Custer Battle," in South Dakota Historical Collections 6(1912): 224-28.

Turner, Frederick. "Searching for Crazy Horse." Men's Journal 7(June/July 1998): 113-16+.


Ambrose, Stephen E. Crazy Horse and Custer. Garden City, N.J.: Doubleday and Co., 1975.

Bordeaux, William J. Custer's Conqueror. Smith and Co., n.d.

Clark, Robert A., ed. The Killing of Chief Crazy Horse. Glendale, Calif.: The Arthur H. Clark Co., 1976.

Hardorff, Richard G. The Oglala Lakota Crazy Horse: A Preliminary Genealogical Study and An Annotated Listing of Primary Sources. Mattituck, N.Y.: J. M. Carroll and Co., 1985.

Howard, H. P. Crazy Horse. H. P. Howard, 1975.

Kadlecek, Edward and Mabel Kadlecek. To Kill an Eagle: Indian Views on the Last Days of Crazy Horse. Boulder, Colo.: Johnson Books, 1981.

Sandoz, Mari. Crazy Horse: The Strange Man of the Ogalalas. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1942.


Bourke, John G. "The Surrender of Crazy Horse," chap. in On the Border With Crook. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1891.

Byrne, P. E. "The Killing of Crazy Horse," appendix in Soldiers of the Plains. New York: Minton, Balcj and Co., 1926.

DeBarth, Joe. "Surrender and Death of Crazy Horse," chap. in Life and Adventures of Frank Grouard. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1958.

Eastman, Charles A. "Crazy Horse," chap. in Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 83-106.

Frazier, Ian. chap in Great Plains. New York: Farrar-Straus-Giroux, 1989. 93-119.

Hanson, James A. "The Superpatriot Crazy Horse," chap. in Famous Indians of Northwest Nebraska. James Hanson, Chadron, Nebr.: 1983.

"Crazy Horse" (Oglala Sioux)," chap. in Famous Indians: A Collection of Short Biographies. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Washington: GPO., 1966.

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