Nicholas Black Elk Collection: Articles and Letters, 1885, 1888-1889, 1906-1909, 1911-1916, 1948, undated (ca. 1916-1922)

Series Format Folder Folder Title
1 PDF 1 Quebecen. Beatificationis Seu Declarationis Martyrii Servorum Dei Joannis de Brebeuf, Babris Lalemant, Antoni Daniel, Caroli Garnier, Nalis Chabanel, Isaaci Jogues, Renati Goupil, et Joannis de la Lande et Soiciorum e Societate Jesu. Positio Super Introductione Causae, 1916: 98-103, Kateri Tekakwitha petition, 135 Lakota men with Heliaka-sapa (Black Elk), 20 of 24, p. 103, St. Peter's Mission, Standing Rock Agency, Dakota Territory, Vicariate Apostolate of Dakota, undated (1885)
1 PDF 2 Iapi Oaye = Word Carrier, 14:2 (1885: Feb.): 1, Black Elk, undated; 17:3 (1888: March): 1, Black Elk, Manchester, England, undated; 18:12 (1889: Dec.): 1, Black Elk, Manchester, England, undated
1 PDF 3 Šinasapa Wocekiye Taeyanpaha = The Catholic Voice, 10:6 (1907: Jan.): 4, N.W. Black Elk, Holy Rosary Mission, Pine Ridge Agency, S.D., undated; 10:8 (1907: March): 2, Nick N. (sic) Black Elk, Manderson, S.Dak., undated; 10:11 (1907: June): 2, Nick W. Black Elk, Manderson, S.D., April 21, 1907; 11:5 (1907: Dec.): 4, Nick W. Black Elk, Manderson, S.D., Oct. 20, 1907; 12:7 (1908: Feb.): Supplement verso, St. Agnes Church, Manderson, S.D., Jan. 26, 1908;12:12 (1908: July): Supplement verso, 13:12 (1909: July): 3, 14:4 (1909: Nov.): 4, 16:6 (1912: Jan.): 4, 17:9 (1913: April): 4, 18:7 (1914: Feb.); Supplement verso, 18:7 (1914: Feb.): Supplement verso, Nick Blackelk, Manderson, S.D., Jan. 6, 1914, re: sinking of Titanic; 19:7 (1915: Feb.): 3, Nickolas Blackelk, Catechist, St. Paul's Church, Greenwood, S.D., undated; 19:10 (1915: May): 4, Nick Black-Elk, Ravinia, S.D., April 24, 1915; 20:9 (1916: April): 4, Nick Blackelk, Manderson, S.D., March 22, 1816 (sic); unidentified issue, Nick Black Elk, place unknown, date unknown (ca. 1916-1922)
1 PDF 4 Šinasapa Wocekiye Taeyanpaha = The Catholic Voice, articles by others, which note Nick Black Elk or Annie Black Elk: 9:12 (1906: July): 3, Mathias Schmidt, S.J., “Omniciye Tanka on Mnayanpi, Pine Ridge Agency, S. Dak.;” 11:2 (1907: Sept.): 4, Joe Horn Cloud, Untitled, Kyle, South Dakota; 11:4 (1907: Nov.): 4, Agnes Black Bear, “St. Mary Okolakiciye,” Manderson, South Dakota; 12:12 (1908: July): Supplement, Rev. Henry I. Westropp, S.J., Untitled, Pine Ridge, South Dakota; 15:8 (1911: March): 4, Joseph Red Willow, Untitled, Allen, South Dakota, November 1, 1910; 15:8 (1911: March): Supplement verso, John J. Mesteth, Jr., Untitled, Manderson, South Dakota, February 22, 1911; 15:9 (1911: April): 2, Rev. Henry I. Westropp, S.J., Untitled, Pine Ridge, South Dakota, April 29, 1911; 15:10 (1911: May): 3, Charles Kills-In-Sight, Untitled, Cut Meat, South Dakota, March 1911; 15:10 (1911: May): 2, Rev. Henry I. Westropp, S.J., “Omniciye Tanka Womnaye,” Pine Ridge, South Dakota, April 29, 1911
1 PDF 5 The Lakota Times, 1983: Nov. 2, Nick Black Elk, Manderson, S.D., March 4, 1948, to unidentified Trappist (Père Gall Schuon, O.C.S.O., Sourmont Abbey, Belgium)
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