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Charles Alexander Eastman (Ohiyesa) (1858-1939)

Secondary bibliography on Charles Eastman

Biographical sketch  at the Native Authors site.
Bibliography  and information by Paul Reuben at his PAL site
Pictures and quotations from the National Library of Medicine site.
A slideshow with pictures at the commercial site World Wisdom includes pictures of Eastman and a biographical sketch.
Biographical sketch of Eastman's wife Elaine Goodale at The National Cyclopedia of American Biography

Image courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution.

Works Available Online

Note: The University of Virginia E-text Center now has free versions of  Eastman's works available for download  in PalmOS and Microsoft Reader format. 
Indian Boyhood (1902) (Virginia)
Red Hunters and the Animal People (1904)
The Madness of Bald Eagle (1905) (Virginia)
Old Indian Days (1907) (Virginia)
Wigwam Evenings (with Elaine Goodale Eastman) (1909)
The Soul of the Indian (1911) Google Books.
Indian Child Life (1913)
Indian Scout Talks (1914)
The Indian To-Day (1915) Google Books.
From the Deep Woods to Civilization(1916) Google Books.
Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains (1918)

Essays and Speeches (all from Google Books)

"Address to the Mohonk Conference" (1907) Google Books.
"The Sioux Mythology" Popular Science Monthly, 1895. Google Books.
"What Can the Out-Of-Doors Do for Our Children?" Education, 1920-21
Letter about Sitting Bull in Moorehead's The American Indian in the United States
"The Indian as a Citizen," Lippincott's, 1914
"The North American Indian" from Spiller's Papers on Inter-Racial Problems, 1911

Comments to D. Campbell.