State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
The images were created for the publications written by the staff of the Indian Languages program of Mary College by artist David Ripley
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Song of the black bears -- Fish trap purification song -- Snare song -- Midahude songs -- Songs of buffalo dance: advance and return -- Mandan war song -- Song of Big Hawk -- Mandan love song -- Hidatsa love songs -- White buffalo dance -- Lord's prayer in Mandan
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Campus - John Vaughan Library
Contains various articles and documents on the subject of the Mandan Indians
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Portrait of two unidentified Mandan Indian men standing in front of a wooden building at Fort Berthold, North Dakota. The men wear bead and shell choker necklaces, shirts, armbands, blankets, and feathers in their hair. One man holds a long-stemmed pipe. Note from Michael Cowdrey in 1993: The man on the left is The Lance, who accompanied the delegation to Washington D.C. in 1874
Denver Public Library
Seated studio portrait of two unidentified Native American (Mandan) chiefs. The man on the left holds a bow; he wears strings of beads on either side of his face, necklaces, abalone shells, long hair extensions with painted stripes, a buckskin shirt, a blanket, and leggings. The man on the right holds a large fan of feathers, a pipe, and a beaded bag; he wears feathers in his hair, fur wrapped braids, a kerchief and medallion, a fringed buckskin shirt, and leggings
State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
Consists of notebooks and reports on the Hidatsa and Mandan Indians of the Fort Berthold Reservation, prepared for the American Museum of Natural History
State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
Entitled "La Verendrye Discovery of the Western Mountains in 1742 and 1743", "The Decorated Rock at Fort Ransom, North Dakota", and "The Mandan Indians and the Vikings.".
Denver Public Library
Reproduction of a book illustration; A large group of Native American (Mandan) men perform a bison dance with shields, spears, rifles and bison headdresses
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Notebooks, reports, and other papers, relating to the social life and customs of Hidatsa and Mandan Indians of Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, prepared for American Museum of Natural History
State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
Correspondence, drawings, maps, and manuscripts including, "My Red Brother," primarily dealing with the Mandan Indians, written by former archaeologist and curator of the State Historical Society of North Dakota