Selected Resources

Aadland, Dan. Women and Warriors of the Plains: The Pioneer Photography of Julie E. Tuell. Macmillan, New York. 1996.

Anonymous. "Women's Work and Wages." Harper's New Monthly Magazine (September): pp. 546-553. 1868.

Anonymous. "Oregon Women Photographers Prior to 1930," a three-page typescript summary of a study undertaken by an unnamed volunteer, Archives, Oregon Historical Society, Portland, Oregon. 1970.

Apostol, Jane. "Saving Grace." Westways (October): pp. 23-24. 1976.

Baker, Tracey. "Nineteenth-Century Minnesota Women Photographers." Photography in the West. Sunflower University Press, Manhattan, Kansas. 1989.

Barnes, Catharine Weed. "Why Ladies should Be Admitted to Membership in Photographic Societies," The American Amateur Photographer 1(6), (December): pp. 223-224. 1889.

Barnes, Catharine Weed. "Photography From a Woman's Standpoint," Anthony's Photographic Bulletin 21(2), (January): pp. 39-42. 1890.

Boynton, Searles R. The Painter Lady: Grace Carpenter Hudson. Interface California Corporation, Eureka, California. 1978.

Buckland, Gail. Fox Talbot and the Invention of Photography. David R. Godine, Boston. 1980.

Dawson, Lillian W. (comp.) Jane Gay Photograph Collection Catalog. Idaho State Historical Society, Boise. 1980.

Dicker, Lavern Mau. "Laura Adams Armer California Photographer." California History 56 (Summer): pp. 128-139. 1977.

Jones, Laura. "Rediscovery." Canadian Women's Studies 2: pp. 4-7. 1980.

Kelly, Fanny. Narrative of My Captivity Among the Sioux Indians. Maclear & Company, Toronto. 1872.

Lewis, Dio. Our Girls. Harper & Brothers, New York. 1871.

McLuhan, T.C.. Dream Tracks: The Railroad and the American Indian 1890-1930. Harry N. Abrams, New York. 1985.

Palmquist, Peter E.. With Nature's Children: Emma B. Freeman (1880-1928), Camera and Brush. Interface California Corporation, Eureka. 1977.

Palmquist, Peter E.. "The Daguerreotype in San Francisco." History of Photography 4(3): pp. 207-238. 1980.

Palmquist, Peter E.. "The Roberts Collection of California Indian Photographs: A Brief Review," Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 5(1 and 2): pp. 3-32. 1983.

Palmquist, Peter E.. Shadowcatchers: A Directory of Women in California Photography Before 1901. Published by the author, Arcata, California. 1990.

Palmquist, Peter E.. "California Photographers: a Personal Account of Regionalism in Action." In Photographers: A Sourcebook for Historical Research. Carl Mautz Publishing, Brownsville, California: pp. 22-32. 1991a.

Palmquist, Peter E.. Shadowcatchers: A Directory of Women in California Photography 1900-1920. Published by the author, Arcata, California. 1991b.

Palmquist, Peter E.. Catharine Weed Barnes Ward: Pioneer Advocate for Women in Photography. Published by the author, Arcata, California. 1992a.

Palmquist, Peter E.. "Pioneer Women Photographers in Nineteenth-Century California." California History 51(1): pp. 110-126. 1992b.

Ring, Mildred. "Kodaking the Indians." Camera Craft (February): pp. 71-76. 1924.

Ritvo, Harriet. "E. Jane Gay and the Nez Perces." Harvard Magazine (March-April): pp. 50-51. 1980.

Robinson, Mary W. and H.F.. Lens Studies of Indians: A Collection of Pictures of Indians Made With the Camera by Mary W. and H.F. Robinson. Published by the authors, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 1914.

Sandweiss, Martha A.. Laura Gilpin: An Enduring Grace. Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas. 1986.

Schaaf, Larry J.. Sun Gardens: Victorian Photographs by Anna Atkins. Aperture, New York. 1985.

Schwarz, Judith. "E. Jane Gay." The Blatant Image: pp. 28-29. 1981.

Wright, Barton, Marnie Gaede and Marc Gaede. The Hopi Photographs - Kate Cory: 1905 - 1912. University of New Mexico: Albuquerque. 1986.



Preface

100 Years of California Photography by Women: 1850-1950

Women Photographers and the American Indian

Selected Resources


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