Winnemucca, Sarah (1841 – 1891)

(c.1841 – 17 Oct. 1891)

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Pertinent Archives:

Antioch College, Olive Kettering Library, Antiochiana (correspondence of the Peabody, Mann, and Hawthorne families concerning Winnemucca) (
Nevada Historical Society (thesis of Betty Lougaris Soldo on Winnemucca and other women) (

Legacy References:

Carpenter, Cari M. “Tiresias Speaks: Sarah Winnemucca’s Hybrid Selves and Genres.” Legacy 19.1 (2002):  71-80. [GW]  [LION]

Graulich, Melody. “Review of Noreen Grover Lape’s West of the Border: The Multicultural Literature of the Western American Frontiers.” Legacy 19.2 (2002):  260. [GW]  [LION]

Kilcup, Karen L. “Review of Siobhan Senier’s Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance: Helen Hunt Jackson, Sarah Winnemucca, and Victoria Howard.” Legacy 20.1 (2003):  216. [GW]  [LION]

Lukens, Margo. “Review of Zitkala-Sa’s Dreams and Thunder: Stories, Poems, and The Sun Dance Opera, Karen L. Kilcup’s Native American Women’s Writing 1800-1924, an Anthology, and Sally Zanjani’s Sarah Winnemucca.” Legacy 19.2 (2002):  265. [GW]  [LION]

Putzi, Jennifer. “Review of ed. Paula Bernat Bennett’s Nineteenth-Century American Women Poets: An Anthology and ed. Susan Cummins Miller’s A Sweet, Separate Intimacy: Women Writers of the American Frontier, 1800-1920.” Legacy 18.1 (2001):  109-10. [GW]  [LION]

Sale, Maggie Montesinos. “Reconceptualizing America.” Legacy 15.1 (1998):  29-34. [GW]  [LION]