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.
   Halva boken tomma sidor.

Winger, Otto
The Potawatomi indians. - Illionios : Elgin press, 1939. - 159 s. : ill.

Strong, William Duncan, 1899-1962
The Indian tribes of the Chicago region, with special reference to the Illinois and the Potawatomi. - Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1926. - 36 p. : ill. -(Fieldiana, Popular Series, Anthropology, no. 24)
   Illinois ; Miami ; Potawatomi.

Hulst, Cornelia Steketee. Mrs. 1865-
Indian sketches: Père Marquette and the last of the Pottawatomie chiefs. - New York : Longmans, Green and co, 1912. - 113 s. : ill.
  Om Marquette och de två Pottawatomie hövdingarna Pokagon I och Pokagon II.

Pokagon, Simon 1830-1899      Potawatomi. Wikipedia.
Pokagon, Simon

O-gî-mäw-kwě mit-i-gwä-kî (Queen of the woods) 
: Also brief sketch of the Algaic language / by Chief Pokagon. - Hartford, Mich. : C H Engle, 1899. - 255 p. : ill.
   Biography of the chief by the publisher.

Barce, Elmore 1872-1945
The Land of the Potawatomi.- Indiana : Fowler, 1919. - 115 s.

Introduction to Wisconsin Indians: Prehistory to Statehood. - Salem, Wisc. : Sheffield publishing company,1988. - 327 p. : ill.
  Works cited. - Index.

Caton, John Dean, 1812-1895
The last of the Illinois, and a sketch of the Pottawatomies. Read before the Chicago Historical Society, December 13, 1870. - Chicago : Fergus printing co. - 30 p.
  Illinois indianer ; Potawatomi. - Contains also his "Origin of the prairies" (p. [31]-55)