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Ali, Saleem H.
1998 Environmental Planning for a Mining Venture on Native Land: A Briefing Paper for the Crow Tribe of Montana. (www.ksg.harvard.edu/hpaied/docs/98-11.pdf).
Anderson, Robert T.
1958 Notes on Northern Cheyenne Corn Ceremonialism. Mas­ter­key 32(2): 57–63. Los Angeles.
Alford, Daniel K.
1974 Linguistic Speculation on the Pre-History of the Cheyenne People. Papers of the Sixth Algonquian Conference, Ottawa: 10–26.
Boukal, Tomáš
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Cowdrey, Michael
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1930 The Southern Cheyenne. In: The North American Indian, Vol. 19. The Plimpton Press, Norwood
Densmore, Frances
1928 Uses of Plants by the Chippewa Indians. Forty-fourth An­nual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Se­cretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1926–1927: 275–397. United States Government Printing Office, Washington.
1936 Cheyenne and Arapaho Music. Southwest Museum Papers 10, Los Angeles.
Dorsey, George A.
1905 The Cheyenne II: The Sun Dance. Field Columbian An­thropological Series 9, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. Reprinted Rio Grande, Glorieta 1972.
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1987 Řeky osudu. In: Nicholas Hordern, Simon Dresner a Martin Hillman, Nový svět. Albatros, Prague.
Fire Crow, Joseph
2000 Cheyenne Nation. MC. Makoché Mu­sic/BMI, Bismarck.
Fisher, Louise, Wayne Leman, Leroy Pine Sr., and Marie San­che­z
2012 Cheyenne Dictionary. Chief Dull Knife College, Lame Deer (https://www.cdkc.edu/cheyennedictionary/index.htm).
Fowler, Loretta, a Regina Flannery
2001 Gros Ventre. In: Handbook of the North American Indian (gen. ed. William C. Sturtevant), Vol. 13 — Plains (ed. Raymond J. DeMallie), 677–94. Smithsonian Institution, Wa­shington.
Giglio, Virginia
1994 Southern Cheyenne Women’s Songs. University of Okla­ho­ma Press, Norman.
Gilmore, Melvin R.
1919 Uses of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri River Re­gion. Government Printing Office, Washington.
Glenmore, Josephine Stands in Timber, and Wayne Leman
1984 Cheyenne Topical Dictionary. Cheyenne Translation Pro­ject, Busby. Revised edition, 1986. Marginal annotations and corrections, 1991.
Goddard, Ives
1978 The Sutaio dialect of Cheyenne: A discussion of the evidence. Papers of the Ninth Algonquian Conference: 68–80. Carleton University, Ottawa.
Grinnell, George B.
1906 Cheyenne Stream Names. American Anthropologist 8: 15–22.
1907 Some Early Cheyenne Tales. The Journal of American Folk-Lore 20(78): 169–194.
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1919 A Buffalo Sweat Lodge. American Anthropologist 21: 361–75.
1921 Falling-Star. Journal of American Folklore 34(133): 308–15.
1923 The Cheyenne Indians. 2 díly. Yale University Press, New Haven.
1926 By Cheyenne Campfires. Yale University Press, New Ha­ven, Connectitut.
Hart, Jeffrey A.
1976 Montana Native Plants and Early Peoples. Montana Historical Society, Helena.
1981 The Ethnobotany of the Northern Cheyenne Indians of Montana. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 4(1): 1–55.
Hilger, M. Inez
1946 Notes on Cheyenne Child Life. American Anthropologist 48(1): 60–9.
Hirschfelder, Arlene, a Paulette Molin
1992 The Encyklopedia of Native American Religions. New York.
Hodges, Daniel H.
1980 Transcription and Analysis of Southern Cheyenne Songs. Dissertation, University of Oklahoma.  
Hoebel, E. Adamson
1960 The Cheyennes, Indians of the Great Plains. Holt, Rine­hart, and Winston, New York.
Holley, Linda A.
2001 Dangles or Tassels for a Tipi (www.tipis-tepees-teepees.com).
Homola, Otokar
Personal communication.
Hooper, Helen M.
1975 Traditional Foods of the Northern Cheyenne Indians. Dissertation, University of Delaware.
Johnson, Alfred E.
2001 Plains Woodland Tradition. In: Handbook of the North American Indian (gen. ed. William C. Sturtevant), Vol. 13 — Plains (ed. Raymond J. DeMallie), 159–72. Smithsonian Institution, Wa­shington.
Johnson, Clair
2006 Northern Cheyenne coal future „delicate issue“. Billings Gazette, 16th November 2006 (www.billingsgazette.net)
Johnston, Alex
1987 Plants and the Blackfoot. Lethbridge Historical Society, Lethbridge, Alberta.
Kindscher, Kelly
1992 Medicinal Wild Plants of the Prairie. University Press of Kansas, Lawrence.
Košťák, Marek
2003 Personal communication.
2005 Šajenské umění nejen bizoních dob. Poselství svě­ta v kruhu (jaro): appendix.
Košťák, Marek and Kamila
2002 Personal communication.
Kroeber, Alfred L.
1900 Cheyenne Tales. The Journal of American Folk-Lore 13(50): 161–90.
Language Research Department of the Northern Cheyenne
1976 English–Cheyenne Student Dictionary. Council for Indian Education, Billings.
Lau, Andy
2006 Laughter best medicine among N. Cheyenne. Voices of Central Pennsylvania, September 2006. In PDF format.
Leman, Wayne
1980 A Reference Grammar of the Cheyenne Language. Mu­seum of Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.
1980a Cheyenne Texts: An Introduction to Cheyenne Literature. Museum of Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.
1997 Webpage www.mcn.net/~wleman/humor.
Liberty, Margot (editor), a John Woodenlegs (commentary)
2006 A Northern Cheyenne Album: Photographs by Thomas B. Marquis. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.
Little Coyote, Bertha, and Virginia Giglio
1997 Leaving Everything Behind: The Songs and Memories of a Cheyenne Woman. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.
Little Chief, Daniel, and Albert S. Gatschet
1891 Crayon Pictures of Cheyenne Ceremonial Customs and Implements. Drawn by Wuxpais or Daniel Littlechief, son of the present headchief of the Cheyenne Indians of South Da­kota, at the Pine Ridge Agency. Explained by notes obtained from the same Indian by Albert S. Gatschet. Washington, February 1891. Manuscript 2016-a, Smithsonian Institution Na­tio­nal Anthropological Archives. 
Littlebear, Richard
1997 Some Rare and Radical Ideas For Keeping Indigenous Languages Alive (jan.ucc.nau.edu/~jar/RIL_1.html).
Marquis, Thomas B.
1978 The Cheyennes of Montana. Editation, introduction, and author's biography Thomas D. Weist. Reference Publication, Algonac (Michigan).
Marriott, Alice L.
1956 The Trade Guild of the Southern Cheyenne Women. Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 4 (April): 19–27.
Marshall, Dan
1996 Manoomin and the Ojibwe Surviving Together. Native Peoples 9(3): 56–61.
McLuhan, Teri C.
1994 The Way of the Earth: Encounters With Nature in Ancient and Contemporary Thought. New York.
Melmer, David
2006 Northern Cheyenne to vote on resource extraction. Indian Country Today, 30th October 2006 (www.indiancountry.com).
Meredith, Grace
1927 Girl Captives of the Cheyennes: A True Story of the Cap­ture and Rescue of Four Pioneer Girls, 1974. Gem Pub. Co., Los Ange­les.
Moerman, Daniel E.
1998 Native American Ethnobotany. Timber Press, Portland.
Moore, John H.
1974 A Study of Religious Symbolism among the Cheyenne In­dians. Dissertation, New York University. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
1979 The Utility of Cheyenne Cosmology. Papers of An­th­ro­po­lo­gy 20(2): 1–12.
1984 Cheyenne Names and Cosmology. American Ethnologist 11(2): 291–312.
1986 The Ornitology of Cheyenne Religionists. Plains Anthro­pologist 31: 177–92.
1987 The Cheyenne Nation: A Social and Demographic History. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
1996 The Cheyenne. Blackwell Publishers, Cambridge a Ox­ford.
2002 Personal correspondence, 3rd March 2002.
Moore, John H., Margot P. Liberty and Terry Straus
2001 Cheyenne. In: Handbook of the North American Indian (gen. ed. William C. Sturtevant), Vol. 13 — Plains (ed. Raymond J. DeMallie), 863–85. Smithsonian Institution, Wa­shington.
Nagy, Imre
1994 A Typology of Cheyenne Shield Designs. Plains Anthro­pologist, 39(147): 5–36.
1994a Cheyenne Shields and Their Cosmological Background. American Indian Art Magazine 19(3): 38–47, 104.
1997 Lame Bull, the Cheyenne Medicine Man. American Indian Art Magazine 23(1): 70–83.
2001 The Cosmic Turtle: A Unique Representation of Cheyenne Cosmological Beliefs. In: Studies in Ame­rican Indian Art (ed. Christian F. Feest), University of Washington Press, Seattle a London, 2001, pp. 86–95.
Northern Cheyenne Tribe
2002 The Northern Cheyenne Tribe and Its Reservation: A Re­port to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and the State of Montana Department of  Natural Resources and Con­ser­vation. In PDF format.
Parks, Douglas R.
2001 Synonymy. In: Cheyenne (Moore, Liberty and Strau­s), Handbook of the North American Indian (gen. ed. William C. Sturtevant), Vol. 13 — Plains (ed. Raymond J. DeMallie), 863–85. Smithsonian Institution, Wa­shington. 
Petersen, Karen D.
1964 Cheyenne Soldier Societes. Plains Anthropologist 9: 146–72.  
Petter, Rodolphe
1915 English-Cheyenne Dictionary. Mennonite Mission, Kettle Falls, Washington.
Powell, Peter J.
1958 Mahuts, the Sacred Arrows of the Cheyennes. Westerners Brand Book 15(5): 33–5, 37–40.
1969 Sweet Medicine: The Continuing Role of the Sacred Arrows, the Sun Dance, and the Sacred Buffalo Hat in Nor­thern Cheyenne History. University of Oklahoma Press, Nor­man.
1981 People of the Sacred Mountains: A History of the Nor­thern Cheyenne Chiefs and Warrior Societies, 1830–1879. Harper and Row, San Francisco.
Risingsun, Ted, and Wayne Leman
1999 Let’s Talk Cheyenne: An Audio Cassette Course of In­struction in Cheyenne Language. Wolf Moon Press, Frisco, Colorado.  
Schlesier, Karl H.
1987 The Wolves of Heaven: Cheyenne Shamanism, Ceremo­nies and Prehistoric Origins. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.
1994 Commentary: A History of Ethnic Groups in the Great Plains A.D. 150–1550. In: K. H. Schlesier (ed.), Plains In­di­ans, A.D. 500–1500, pp. 308–81. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.
Schukies, Renate
1993 Red Hat: Cheyenne Blue Sky Maker and Keeper of the Sacred Arrows. Lit Verlag, Münster and Hamburk.
Schwartz, Warren E.
1989 The Last Contrary: The Story of Wesley Whiteman (Black Bear). The Center for Western Studies, Augustana College, Sioux Falls.
Stands in Timber, John, a Margot Liberty
1967 Cheyenne Memories. Yale University Press, New Haven.
Stelle, Lenville J., and students of the Parkland College
2005 Inoca (Illinois, Illini) Ethnohistory Project: Eye Witness Description of  the Contact Generation, 16671700. Center for Social Research, Parkland College, Champaign.
Straus, Anne S.
1976 Being Human in the Cheyenne Way. Dissertation, University of Chicago.
1978 The Meaning of Death in Northern Cheyenne Culture. Plains Anthropologist 79(23): 1–6.
Tadič, Jana and Roman
2007 Tséhóné'o: Příruční šajenský herbář pro mírně pokročilé. Volvox Globator, Prague.
Tallbull, William
1989 We Are the Ancestors of Those Yet to Be Born: Northern Cheyenne History of the Battle of 100-In-The-Hand (the Fet­terman Battle). Fort Phil Kearny/Bozeman Trail Association.
1993 Plant Lore of the Northern Che­yenne Tribe: A Continuing Teaching Materials as Part of Cheyenne Oral Traditions. Northern Cheyenne Cultural Commission, Lame Deer.
Vězda, Antonín, Jiří Liška
1999 Katalog lišejníků České republiky. Botanický ústav Aka­demie věd České republiky.
Wedel, Waldo R., a George C. Frison
2001 Environment and Subsistence. In: Handbook of the North American Indian (gen. ed. William C. Sturtevant), Vol. 13 — Plains (ed. Raymond J. DeMallie), 44–60. Smithsonian Institution, Wa­shington.
Weist, Thomas D.
1978 Editation, Introduction, and Biography In: Thomas B. Marquis, The Che­yennes of Montana. Reference Publication, Algonac (Michigan).
Wissler, Clark
1920 North American Indians of the Plains. Handbook Series 1. American Museum of Natural History,  New York.