This paper delves into the historiography of Indigenous women’s history and experiences on the Great Plains have been recorded. The main question when approaching this subject was, “what does a review of the historiography reveal about how historians have addressed Indigenous women’s history in the Great Plains?” The overwhelming consensus was that Indigenous women’s history of the Great Plains was minimal in regard to articles, however, there was a growth of autobiographies and other historiographical works throughout the same time period. This would lead to a directed look at how individual women in Indigenous Plains history had a larger impact in American history.
Roshone, Bobbie J.
"Silent Voices, Stolen Imagery, and Subjected Violence: Plains Native American Women in Historiography,"
Graduate Review: Vol. 2:
2, Article 7.
Available at: https://openspaces.unk.edu/grad-review/vol2/iss2/7