Poncaindianerna fördrivs avtalsstridigt från sitt land. Några kan återvända efter uppmärksammat ingripande. Standing Bear.

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Brown, Dee
Standing Bear blir en person.  - 22 s. : ill.
= Sid. 400-421 i: 
Brown, Dee
Begrav mitt hjärta vid Wounded Knee : Den illustrerade utgåvan : Erövringen av Vilda västern ur indianernas perspektiv. - Stockholm : Karneval, 2015.

Humphrey, Seth K.
The Removal of the Poncas. - 58 p  : ill.
= P 143-201 in:
Humphrey, Seth King, 1864-1932
The Indian dispossessed / by Seth King Humphrey. - Rev. ed. - New York : Young People’s Missionary Movement, 1905. - 358 p. : ill.

Howard, James H   - 1982   H
The Ponca tribe / By James H. Howard ; In collaboration wtih Peter Le Claire, tribal historian and other members of the tribe. - Washington : Smithsonian Insitution, 1965. - 191 s. ill. - (Bulletin / Smithstonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology ; 195)    Bibliografi.

Tibbles, Thomas Henry 1840-1928             

The Ponca chiefs : an Indian's attempt to appeal from the tomahawk to the courts : a full history of the robbery of the Ponca Tribe of Indians, with all the papers filed and evidence taken in the Standing Bear habeas corpus case, and full text of Judge Dundy's celebrated decision : with some suggestions towards a solution of the Indian question / by Zylyff ; with an introduction by Inshtatheamba (Bright Eyes) ; and dedication by Wendell Philips. - Boston : Lockwood, Brookes, 1880. - 174 s.
   Standing Bear, Ponca chief, medborgarrättskamp.
   Bright Eyes = Susette La Flesche

Dorsey, George A
The Ponca Sun Dance. - Chicago : Field Columbian Museum, 1905. - 88 s. Ill (Plates). - (Field Columbian Museum Publication ; 102) (Anthroplogical series ; Vol 7, no 2).

Dorsey, J Owen
The Degiha language. - Washington : Departement of the Interior, U S Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region, 1890. - 794 s. -(Contributions // North American Anthropology ; 7)
   Omaha, Ponka

Native Indian Lore / Donna Flood
  Antique photographs of the Poncas