MICHAEL F. STELTENKAMP, S.J., PAPERS
MFS Series 3 Manuscripts, 1970-2008, undated (ca. 1970s-2000)

Biographical Note/Scope and Content

Series Box Folder Title
3 - - Steltenkamp, Michael F., S.J.
3 4 1 Class papers and essay exam under Joseph E. Brown, Indiana University, 1970-1971, undated (ca. 1970-1971)
3 4 2 Untitled, re: Nicholas Black Elk research notes, 1974-1976, 1988, undated (ca. 1974-1978); + comments by others
3 4 3 Native American Studies Mini-Course, 1975; mimeograph
3 4 4 Untitled notes re Nicholas Black Elk, undated (1970s?); 39 sheets from Indiana University spiral-bound notebook
3 4 5 “A Vision of the Sacred,” Bear & Company, The Little Magazine, 2(ca. 1982): 2:19-23
3 4 6 Untitled draft, undated (before 1987); forerunner of The Sacred Vision
3 4 7 The Sacred Vision: Native American Religion and Its Practice Today + marginalia by Steltenkamp, after 1987
3 4 8 Iroquois Point Archaeological Survey Report, Brimley, Michigan, 1991; + map, notes, and reference materials
3 - - Nicholas Black Elk: Medicine Man, Missionary, Mystic [manuscript], 2005; Microsoft Word 1997, 748 KB
3 - - Maps: Pine Ridge Reservation with principal communities, districts, and Holy Rosary Mission, South Dakota, and South Dakota Indian reservations, 2008; TIF files

MFS
Series 3

Series Box Folder Title
3 4 9 DeMallie, Raymond J., untitled class lecture re Oglala Lakota religious tradition, undated (1970s), 32 pp.; John G. Neihardt's Lakota Legacy, undated (before 2006), 33 pp.; “Black Elk in the Twenty-First Century,” Ethnohistory, 53(2006): 3:595-601; + marginalia by Steltenkamp
3 4 10 Foley, Thomas W., Say to your Sister, 'Thou Hast Obtained Mercy,' 1997, re: Kateri Tekakwitha and Josephine Crowfeather (a.k.a. Mother Mary Catherine Sacred White Buffalo), 1997, 8 pp.; How Frosted was Ironed, ca. 2000, re: Frosted (Lower Yaktonai Lakota) 19th medicine man, 7 pp.; 19th century; Hero of Wounded Knee, 2005, re: Rev. Francis M. Craft, 17 pp.
3 4 11 Holler, Clyde, “Lakota Religion and Tragedy: The Theology of Black Elk Speaks,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 52(1984): 1:19-45; + marginalia by Steltenkamp
3 4 12 Linden, George W. and Fred W. Robbins, Mystic Medicine: Black Elk’s First Cure, Dakota History Conference, 1982, + marginalia by Steltenkamp, mimeograph; Black Elk Speaks as a Failure Narrative, Dakota History Conference, 1983, mimeograph; Untitled, ca. 1983, mimeograph
3 4 13 Manhart, Rev. Paul M., S.J., Black Elk's Justice, 1979, mimeograph; Black Elk Speaks, Not a Life Story, 1979, mimeograph
3 4 14 Porter, William L., "The Quest for the Historical Black Elk (1863-1950),” The Catholic Daughters of the Americas Annual Lecture, 1997
3 4 15 Smerczynski, Kristin, Parallels of Wakan-Tanka and Catholicism, 2003; class paper under Steltenkamp, Wheeling Jesuit University
3 4 16 Steinmetz, Paul B., S.J., The Sacred Pipe among North American Indians as an Indian and Christian Phenomenon, 1975, mimeograph
3 4 17 Stolzman, William F., Cannunpa Kin: The Pipe, Cannunpa Kin na Tatanka, 1974, 15 pp.; The Pipe and the Buffalo on the Pipe: Supplement, undated (ca. 1974), 3 pp.; Wanikiya Na Cannunpa Kin Iciwanyankapi, The Comparison of Christ and the Pipe, undated (1970s), 14 pp.; Cannunpa Tooye Kin Enahan Wanikiya Tooye Kin: The Way of the Pipe and the Way of Christ, undated (ca. 1974), 5 pp.; Dakota Philosophy, undated (ca. 1974), 39 pp.; Pastoral Reflection on Lakota Spirituality, re: Funding proposal for Medicine Men and Clergy Dialogue, undated (ca. 1974), 4 pp.
3 4 18 Unknown Author (Native American). White Bison Found, undated (ca. 1970s-1980s), re: Christianity and Lakota traditions
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