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Kickapoo


Jesuiten Allen som var missionär bland Potawatomies gjorde en utflykt till Kickapoooandet i ett uppdrag att stänga ned missionen som en gång hade ebablerats där.
”As for the Kickapoo, they are a dideous nation in every way, especially with the respect to religion..


Kickapoo History - Sultzman

Biggs, William
Narrative of the captivity among the Kickapoo indians in Illinois 1788. - (Hearlmans historical series ; 37)

Hiram A.
A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Isaac Knight from Indian barbarity : giving an account of the cruel treatment he received from the savages while afflicted with the smallpox ; his escape and joyful return after enduring the hardships of an Indian prisoner, during two years and six months. - Evansville. 1829. - 34 s.


Kickapoo tales / edited by William Jones ; translated by Truman Michelson. - Leyden : Brill, 1915. - 142 s. - (Publications of the American Ethnological Society / edited by Pliny Earle Goddard ; 9)

Knight, Isaac, fl. 1839
A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Isaac Knight from Indian barbarity : giving an account of the cruel treatment he received from the savages while afflicted with the smallpox ; his escape and joyful return after enduring the hardships of an Indian prisoner, during two years and six months. - Evansville : Printed at the Journal Office, 1839. - 34 s.
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