Bibliography

David F. Aberle, The Peyote Religion among the Navaho, 2nd ed. (University of Oklahoma Press, 1991 [1982]).

Edward F. Anderson, Peyote, the Divine Cactus, 2nd ed. (University of Arizona Press, 1996 [1980]).

Warren L. d’Azevedo, Straight with the Medicine: Narratives of Washoe Followers of the Tipi Way, 2nd ed. (Heyday Books, 2006 [1978]).

Garrett Epps, Peyote vs. the State: Religious Freedom on Trial (University of Oklahoma Press, 2009).

Jay C. Fikes, Reuben Snake, Your Humble Serpent: Indian Visionary and Activist (Clear Light Publishers, 1996).

Robert Hayward, The Thirteenth Step: One Man’s Odyssey of Recovery (Native Son Publishers, 2011).

Weston La Barre, The Peyote Cult, 5th ed., enlarged (University of Oklahoma Press, 1989 [1938]).

Carolyn N. Long, Religious Freedom and Indian Rights: The Case of Oregon vs. Smith (University Press of Kansas, 2000).

Thomas C. Maroukis, Peyote and the Yankton Sioux: The Life and Times of Sam Necklace (University of Oklahoma Press, 2004).

Thomas C. Maroukis, The Peyote Road: Religious Freedom and the Native American Church (University of Oklahoma Press, 2010).

Alice Marriott and Carol K. Rachlin, Peyote: An Account of the Origins and Growth of the Peyote Religion (Thomas Y. Crowell, 1971).

Vincenzo Petrullo, The Diabolic Root: A Study of Peyotism, the New Indian Religion, among the Delawares (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1934).

Edgar E. Siskin, Washo Shamans and Peyotists: Religious Conflict in an American Indian Tribe (University of Utah Press, 1983).

J. S. Slotkin, The Peyote Religion: A Study in Indian-White Relations (Free Press, 1956).

Huston Smith and Reuben Snake (eds.), One Nation Under God: The Triumph of the Native American Church (Clear Light Publishers, 1996).

Omer C. Stewart, Peyote Religion: A History (University of Oklahoma Press, 1987).

Omer C. Stewart and David F. Aberle, Peyotism in the West, University of Utah Anthropological Papers 108 (University of Utah Press, 1984).

Daniel C. Swan, Peyote Religious Art: Symbols of Faith and Belief (University Press of Mississippi, 1999).

Phillip M. White, Peyotism and the Native American Church: An Annotated Bibliography (Greenwood Press, 2000).


Peggy V. Beck, Anna Lee Walters, and Nia Francisco, The Sacred: Ways of Knowledge, Sources of Life (Navajo Community College Press, 1992).

Phil Cousineau (ed.), A Seat at the Table: Huston Smith in Conversation with Native Americans on Religious Freedom (University of California Press, 2006).

Raymond J. DeMallie and Douglas R. Parks (eds.), Sioux Indian Religion: Tradition and Innovation (University of Oklahoma Press, 1987).

Candace S. Greene, Silver Horn: Master Illustrator of the Kiowas (University of Oklahoma Press, 2002).

Hazel W. Hertzberg, The Search for an American Indian Identity: Modern Pan-Indian Movements (Syracuse University Press, 1971).

Carol L. Howell (ed.), Cannibalism Is an Acquired Taste, and Other Notes from Conversations with Anthropologist Omer C. Stewart (University Press of Colorado, 1998).

David E. Jones, Sanapia: Comanche Medicine Woman (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972).

Nancy Oestreich Lurie (ed.), Mountain Wolf Woman, Sister of Crashing Thunder: The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian (University of Michigan Press, 1961).

Paul Radin (ed.), Crashing Thunder: The Autobiography of an American Indian (D. Appleton and Co., 1926).

Paul B. Steinmetz, Pipe, Bible, and Peyote Among the Oglala Lakota: A Study in Religious Identity (University of Tennessee Press, 1990).

Christopher Vecsey (ed.), Handbook of American Indian Religious Freedom (Crossroad, 1991).


Peter T. Furst, Visions of a Huichol Shaman (University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 2003).

Barbara G. Myerhoff, Peyote Hunt: The Sacred Journey of the Huichol Indians (Cornell University Press, 1974).

Stacy B. Schaefer and Peter T. Furst (eds.), People of the Peyote: Huichol Indian History, Religion, and Survival (University of New Mexico Press, 1996).