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As a complement to our
Ho-Chunk language information, here is our collection of indexed links
about the Ho-Chunk tribe and their society. Please note that Ho-Chunks and other
American Indians are living people with a present and a future as well as a past. Ho-Chunk history is interesting and
important, but the Ho-Chunk Indians are still here today, too, and we try to feature modern writers as well as traditional
folklore, contemporary art as well as museum pieces, and the life and struggles of today as well as the tragedies
of yesterday. Please contact us if you have a Ho-Chunk link to add.
Ho-Chunk Tribal and Community Websites
Official homepage of the Ho-Chunk tribe in Wisconsin.
Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska:
Official home page of the Winnebago tribe in Nebraska.
Ho-Chunk Casino Gaming:
Homepage of the six tribal casinos run by the Wisconsin Ho-Chunk tribe.
Maps of Ho-Chunk Lands
Wisconsin Indian Map Illinois Indian Map:
Tribal maps showing the original territory of the Ho-Chunk Indians and their neighbors.
Nebraska Indian Reservations:
Map showing the location of the Winnebago Indian reservation of Nebraska.
Ho-Chunk Lifestyle and Tradition
Article on Ho-Chunk history and culture.
Winnebago Indian Clothing Indian Apparel
Native American Hair:
Pictures of traditional Ho-Chunk clothing, jewelry, and hairstyles.
Ove rv iew of Ho-Chunk tribal history.
Nawkaw, Winnebago Chieftain Brave: horse Warrior: Nawkaw
Biographies and pictures of the 19th-century Winnebago principal chief Nawkaw.
Ho-Chunk Literature and Arts
Ho Chunk Authors Winnebago Authors:
Ho-Chunk writers, their lives and work.
Harry Whitehorse Art:
Woodcarving and other artwork for sale by a native Ho-Chunk artist.
Truman Lowe, Winnebago Artist Spare Parts: Truman Lowe:
Contemporary sculpture by a Nebraska Winnebago man.
Songs performed by a Hoc'ak musician.
Ho-Chunk Religion and Myth
Encyclopedia of Hotc‚k Mythology:
Online compendium of Hochunk myths and traditions.
Collection of Ho-Chunk Indian legends and folktales.
Folklore of the Winnebago Tribe:
Book of Winnebago Indian legends for sale.
An interesting book of biographical sketches of Winnebago leaders of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Mountain Wolf Woman:
Autobiography of a Winnebago woman.
Four Seasons of Corn:
Excellent children's book on the Winnebago Indians, following a contemporary Hochunk boy's life in photographs.
American Indian Books:
Evolving list of books about Winnebagos and American Indians in general.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Wikipedia: Winnebago Britannica: Ho-Chunk:
Encyclopedia articles about the Winnebago tribe.
Pueblo Winebago Los winnebago Historia y lengua Winnebago:
Information about the Ho-Chunk nation in Spanish.
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