CURTIS, Charles, 1860-1936

Library of Congress

Extended Bibliography

Chapman, Berlin B. “Charles Curtis and the Kaw Reservation.”Kansas Historical Quarterly 15 (November 1947): 337-51.

Duncan, De Witt Clinton. “An Open Letter from Too-Qua-Stee to Congressman Charles Curtis, 1898.” Chronicles of Oklahoma 47 (Autumn 1969): 298-311.

Ewy, Martin. “Charles Curtis of Kansas, Vice-President of the United States, 1929-1933.” Emporia State Research Studies 10 (December 1961): 5-58.

O’Brien, Patrick G. “Validity of Historical Characterizations: Capper and Curtis.” Southwestern Social Science Quarterly 48 (March 1968): 624-31.

Schlup, Leonard. “Charles Curtis: The Vice-President from Kansas.” Manuscripts 35 (Summer 1983): 183-201.

Seitz, Don Carlos. From Kaw Teepee to Capitol: The Life Story of Charles Curtis, Indian, Who Has Risen to High Estate. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1928.

Unrau, William E. “Charles Curtis: The Politics of Allottment.” In Indian Lives: Essays on Nineteenth-and Twentieth-Century Native American Leaders, edited by L.G. Moses and Raymond Wilson, pp. 113-38. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1985.

___. “The Mixed-Blood Connection: Charles Curtis and Kaw Detribalization.” In Kansas and the West: Bicentennial Essays in Honor of Nyle H. Miller, edited by Forrest R. Blackburn, et al., pp. 151-61. Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, 1976.

___. Mixed Bloods and Tribal Dissolution: Charles Curtis and the Quest for Indian Identity. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1989.