- Austin, Mary. "Song Makers." In North American, 194:239-47 (August 1911). Songs of the Paiutes; no illustrations nor music.
- Austin, Mary. "Songs of the American Indian." In Harper, 143:77-80 (June 1921). Songs of the Southwest.
- "Amy Beach's Music on Native American Themes," review by Adrienne Fried Block in American Music 8:2 (sum 1990), pp.141-166.
- Best, Agnes. "A Study of Games and "Rhythms of the Indians of North America Which May be Correlated with Special Studies in the Second Grade." M.A. thesis, State University of Iowa, 1938.
- Florence Hudson Botsford, comp. and ed. Folk songs of many peoples, with English versions by American poets. New York: Womans Press, 1921-2, 2v. (OCLC 1021201); 1921-31, 3v. (OCLC 21514222). Vol. 2 contains 8 Native American songs.
- Brown, James Duff. Characteristic songs and dances of all nations, ed. with historical notes and a bibliography by James Duff Brown; the music arranged for the pianoforte by Alfred Moffat. London: Bailey & Ferguson, 1901, 1921, 286p. (OCLC 29110039). Includes a Cherokee Cradle Song and Dakota Indian Scalp Dance.
- Burdick, U.L. Last Battle of the Sioux Nation. Stevens Point, Wisc.: Worzalla, 1929.
- Buttree, Julia M. The Rhythm of the Redman. New York: Barnes, 1930. Art, dancing, and songs for many tribes.
- Cadman, Charles Wakefield. Idealization of Indian Music. In Musical Quarterly, 1:387-96 (July 1915). A defense of harmonization of unison Native American chants.
- Catlin, George. North American Indians. 2 vols. London: 1841. Vol. 2 describes the Sioux Dog Dance.
- Chief Standing Bear. My People the Sioux. Houghton Mifflin, 1928. Contains a biography of Chief Standing Bear, a source for Sioux dances.
- Curtis, Natalie. "American Indian Cradle Songs." In Musical Quarterly, 7:549-58 (October 1921). Nothing on dance.
- Curtis, Natalie. "Eagle Dance Drama." In Musical Quarterly, 6:175-8 (April 1920. Eagle dance of the Southwest, collected at San Ildefonso Pueblo.
- Curtis, Natalie. Indians' Book. New York: Harper, 1907. Illustrated.
- Densmore, Frances. American Indians and Their Music. New York: Woman's Press, 1926. Contains sections on dance.
- Densmore, Frances. Teton Sioux Music: U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 61. Smithsonian Institution. Instructions, music, and illustrations of Sioux music and dance.
- Densmore, Frances. "Rhythm of Sioux and Chippewa Music." In Art and Archeology, 9:59-67 (February 1920). Contains lyrics for Sioux Sun Dance.
- Densmore, Frances. "Study of Indian Music." In Musical Quarterly, 1:187-97 (April 1915).
- Dorsey, George A. Sun Dance of the Arapaho: Field Columbian Museum Anthropological Series No. 4. 228p. Illustrated.
- Espstein, Lena. "An Annotated Bibliography of the Dances of the Indians of the United States of America." M.A. project, New York University, 1936.
- Etude Magazine, 38: (October 1920). Issue devoted to American Indian music.
- Evans, Bessie, and Evans, Mary G. American Indian Dance Steps. New York: Barnes, 1931. Music, instructions, and illustrations for authentic dances.
- Fletcher, Alice. Indian Ceremonials and Sports. Boston: Burchard, 1915.
- Fletcher, Alice. Indian Story and Song. Boston: Small, Maynard, 1900.
- Gordon, Dorothy. Sing it Yourself. New York: Dutton, 1928. Contains 5 Native American songs.
- Grows, Pearl. "Sociological Aspects of the Crow Indian Dances." M.A. thesis, State University of Iowa, 1942.
- Horrigan, Olive K. Creative Activities in Physical Education. New York: Barnes, 1929. Chapter 8: American Indian Games and Dances.
- Judson, Katharine Berry. Myths and Legends of the Great Plains. Chicago: McClurg, 1913. No music or dance content.
- Kluckhohn, Hill, and Kluckhohn. Navaho Material Culture. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap, 1971.
- Max, McD. "Sun Dance." In Overland, 67:138-40 (February 1916). Description of the ceremony, last performed in 1890.
- Nevin, Arthur. "Two Summers with the Blackfeet Indians of Montana." In Musical Quarterly, 2:257-70 (April 1916). Description of Sun Dance.
- Packard, Gar and Maggy. Southwest 1880 with Ben Wittick, Pioneer Photographer of Indian and Frontier Life. Santa Fe, N.M.: Packard, 1970.
- Shafter, Mary Severance. American Indian and other folk dances for schools, pageants and playgrounds. Music arranged by Josephine Condon. New York: Barnes, 1927, 77p (OCLC 1488072). Includes South Dakota and North and Central California tribes.
- "Sun Dance Ceremonial." In Outlook, 97:65-6 (January 1914). Description, no music, no illustrations.
- Tait, W. McD. "Indian Dances." In Overland, 65:89-90 (January 1915). Brief descriptions of many dances.
- United States Bureau of American Ethnology. Study of the Siouan Cults: Eleventh Annual Report on the Dakotas. Contains description of the Sun Dance with context.
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