Short Stories

F. Short Stories

 

F1. Aguilar, George W. “Celilo Lives on Paper.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 108, no. 4 (2007): 606-13. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20615800.

Note: Includes brief mention of women from the Nez Perce reservation in Idaho on page 610.

Keywords: Fiction, Gender, Short Stories, Literature

 

F2. Haines, Francis. “Nellie Jane Earp.” In “‘Goldilocks on the Oregon Trail’” in The Stories We Tell: An Anthology of Oregon Folk Literature edited by Suzi Jones and Jarold Ramsey, 29-30. Corvallis, Oregon: Oregon State University Press, 1994. Originally published in Francis Haines, “Goldilocks on the Oregon Trail” in Idaho Yesterdays, number 9 pp. 26-30 (Boise, Idaho: Idaho Historical Society, 1966) F2007.2 Halfmoon, Alphonse F. “Celilo as I Knew It.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 108, no. 4 (2007): 658-67. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20615807.

Keyword: Fiction, Settlers, Short Stories, Literature

 

F3. Henry, Will. “Lapwai Winter.” In Winter Shadows: A Western Duo, 1-71. Waterville, Maine: Thorndike Press, 2003. Originally published in ed. S. Omar Baker, Frontiers West (Doublesday: 1959).

Keywords: Fiction, Culture, Short Stories, Literature

 

F4. Hernández-Avila, Inés. “Coyote Warnings.” Studies in American Indian Literatures, Series 2, 19, no. 4 (2007): 101-02. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20737391.

Keywords: Fiction, Legends, Religion, Short Stories, Literature, Oral Traditions

 

F5. Hernández-Avila, Inés. “In the Trace of Each Footstep: The Constant Song of SpiritMemory.” In Eating Fire, Tasting Blood: An Anthology of the American Indian Holocaust, edited by Marijo Moore, n.p. unknown city: Thunder’s Mouth Press, 2006.

Keywords: Creative Nonfiction, Culture, Short Stories, Literature

 

F6. Hilden, Patricia Penn. Foreword to The Nez Perces in the Indian Territory: Nimiipuu Survival, by J. Diane Pearson, ix-xi. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma, 2008.

Keywords: Creative Nonfiction, Culture, Short Stories, Literature

 

F7. Liberty, David Michael, and Mary Christina Wood. “Oregon Voices: It’s Never Too Late to Give Away a Horse.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 105, no. 1 (2004): 96-107. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20615394.

Keywords: Creative Nonfiction, C.E.S. Wood, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F8. Oatman, Judy K. “Rocks that Heal.” Lewiston, Idaho: Talking River Productions, Lewis-Clark State College: 2006.

Keywords: Fiction, Culture, Short Stories, Literature

 

F9. Penn, W. S. “Paving with Good Intentions.” In MFS Modern Fiction Studies, Volume 45, number 1 edited by Nancy J. Peterson, 235-72. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999.

Keywords: Creative Nonfiction, Culture, Short Stories, Literature

 

F10. Penn, W.S.; This Is the World [2000] 2000

This Is the World / W. S. Penn / Michigan State University Press, Lansing, Michigan

Location: University of Idaho Library, University of Idaho; Moscow, Idaho

Collation: 1 volume. Vol. 1: i. half title; ii. blank; iii. full title; iv. copyright; v. dedication; vi. blank; vii. ‘Contents;’ viii. blank; 1-212. text; 2 unpaginated blanks

Text Contents: “This Is the World,” “Toothpaste,” “Rosa,” “Neither,” “Cowboys and Indians,” “So Much Water, Underground,” “Tarantulas,” “Early Age and Late Disorder,” “Interlude,” “Fog,” “Storm Watch,” “In Dreams Begins Reality,” “Grab Hold,” “Star Lake, Long Ago,” “Talking Turkey, Not Goose”

Description: Short story collection by W. S. Penn, a part-Nez Perce author.

Reviews: “This Is the World.” Review of This Is the World, by W. S. Penn. Publishers Weekly, November 20, 2000. https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-87013-561-3

Keywords: Creative Nonfiction, Culture, Short Stories, Literature

 

F11. Penn, W. S. “In the Garden of the Gods.” In Here First: Autobiographical Essays by Native American Writers, edited by Arnold Krupat and Brian Swann, 276-96. New York: The Modern Library, 2000.

Keywords: Creative Nonfiction, Culture, Short Stories, Literature

 

F12/13. Piatote, Beth. “Life-Size Indian” and “Beading Lesson.” In Reckonings: Contemporary Short Fiction by Native American Women, ed. Hertha D. Sweet Wong, Lauren Stuart Muller, and Jana Sequoya Magdaleno, 265-78. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2008.

Note: Two stories cited together for ready availability of citation from the author. “Beading Lesson” reprinted as: (Piatote, Beth. “Beading Lesson” (Reprint). In Great Short Stories by Contemporary Native American Writers, 100-03. Dover Publications, 2014) and (Piatote, Beth. “Beading Lesson” (Reprint). In Indigenous Women and Work: Transnational Perspectives, ed. Carol Williams, 268-70 University of Illinois Press, 2012).

Keywords: Fiction, Culture, Short Stories, Literature

 

F14. Piatote, Beth. “The News of the Day.” In SAIL: Studies in American Indian Literatures vol. 21 no. 2, 71-74. 2009.

Keywords: Fiction, Culture, Short Stories, Literature

 

F15. Pinkham, Allen V. “Childhood Memories of Fishing at Celilo Falls.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 108, no. 4 (2007): 586-95. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20615798.

Keywords: Creative Nonfiction, Culture, Short Stories, Literature

 

F16. Schlick, Mary Dodds. “Beginnings, 1950-1956.” In Coming to Stay: A Columbia River Journey by Mary Dodds Schlick, 21-44. Portland, Oregon: Oregon Historical Society and Seattle, Washington: University of Washington Press, 2006.

Note: Several mentions of the Nez Perce in this chapter of creative nonfiction

Keywords: Creative Nonfiction, Short Stories, Literature

 

F17. Stafford, Kim R. “Heart of the Monster.” In Lochsa Road: A Pilgrim in the West, 1-10. Lewiston, Idaho: Confluence Press, 1991.

Note: Several mentions of the Nez Perce in this chapter.

Keywords: Fiction, Culture, Literature, Short Stories

 

F18. “The Joke Was on the Whites in Pendleton.” In The Stories We Tell: An Anthology of Oregon Folk Literature edited by Suzi Jones and Jarold Ramsey, 29-30. Corvallis, Oregon: Oregon State University Press, 1994. Originally published in the Oregonian, p. 1 (Portland, Oregon: 1837).

Keywords: Creative Nonfiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F19. Trahant, Mark M. untitled chapter. In Pictures of Our Nobler Selves: A History of Native American Contributions to News Media edited by Mark N. Trahant, 1-2. Nashville: The Freedom Forum First Amendment Center, 1996.

Note: Story on Hattie Kauffman, the first Native American woman to appear on the national nightly news

Keywords: Creative Nonfiction, Short Stories, Literature

 

F20. Williamson, Darcy. “‘A Perfect Torrent’— General Oliver Otis Howard.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 117-22. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Nez Perce War, General Howard, Short Stories, Literature

 

F21. Williamson, Darcy. “Bannock Attacks on the Snake.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 123-27. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F22. Williamson, Darcy. “Disaster on the Salmon, 1832.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 21-24. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F23. Williamson, Darcy. “Dworshak, Idaho’s White Elephant?.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 307-16. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F24. Williamson, Darcy. “Greer Ferry.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 41-44. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F25. Williamson, Darcy. “Lewis and Clark Turned Back.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 5-8. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Lewis and Clark, Short Stories, Literature

 

F26. Williamson, Darcy. “James Henoty’s Salmon Fishery.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 99-102. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F27. Williamson, Darcy. “Slaterville.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 45-48. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F28. Williamson, Darcy. “Taylor’s Ferry Tale.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 213-17. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F29. Williamson, Darcy. “The Abandonment of George Colgate.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 149-57. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F30. Williamson, Darcy. “The Colonel Wright.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 75-79. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F31. Williamson, Darcy. “‘The Snake River Is Very High’— Chief Joseph.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 111-16. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

F32. Williamson, Darcy. “The Wilson Price Hunt Party.” In River Tales of Idaho by Darcy Williamson, 11-15. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1997.

Keywords: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, 19th Century History, Short Stories, Literature

 

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