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Winnebago = Ho Chunk (Siouxtalande folk)

Radin, Paul 1883-1959 
The Winnebago tribe. - 557 s : ill.
= Sid. 3-560 i: 37 th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology 1915-1916. - Washington, 1923.

Radin, Paul 1883-1959   Sw
The Social Organization of the Winnebago Indians : An Interpretation. - 40 s. -  (Bulletin // Canada Geological Survey Museum ; 10) (Anthroplogical series ; 5) SJ   

Radin, Paul, 1883-
The ritual and significance of the Winnebago medicine dance / Paul Radin.  - 61 s. : ill.
= Sid. 146-207 i: JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE, 1911.
  Diss. - The author's thesis (PH. D.)--Columbia university, 1911.

Radin, Paul, 
Winnebago culture as described by themselves: The orgin [sic] myth of the medicine rite: Three versions. The historical origins of the medicine rite. - Baltimore : Waverly Press, 1950. - (Special publications of Bollingen Foundation ; 2)
  Also issued as: Memoir of the International Journal of American Linguistics ; 3.1950.


Blowsnake, Sam
The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian / By Paul Radin. - University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology ; Vol 16, no 7 (pp. 381-473). - 1920.              

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