References:

Books

  • John A. Eddy. "Medicine Wheels and Plains Indian Astonomy," in Native American AStronomy. ed. Anthony F. Aveni (Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1977) 147-169.
  • John A. Eddy. "Medicine Wheels and Plains Indians," in Astronomy of the Ancients, ed. Kenneth Brecher and Michael Feirtag Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1979) 1-24.
  • E.C. Krupp, Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations, (New York, NY: Harper & Row, 1983) 141-148.
  • Jamie Jobb, The Night Sky Book (Boston, MA: Little, Brown, 1977) 70-71.
  • Ray F. Williamson, Living the Sky. The Cosmos of the American Indian, (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1984) 191-217.

ARTICLES:

  • Anthony F. Aveni, "Native American Astronomy," Physics Today Issue 37 (June 1984) 24-32.
  • Von Del Chamberlain, "Prehistoric American Astronomy." Astronomy Issue 4 (July 1976) 10-19.
  • John A. Eddy, "Astronomical Alignment of the Big Horm Medicine Wheel," Science Issue 184 (June 1974) 1035-1043.
  • John A. Eddy, "Probing the Mystery of the Medicine Wheels," National Geographic Issue 137
  • O. Richard Norton, "Early Indian Sun-Watching Sites are Real," American West Issue 24 (August 1987) 63-70
  • East of my grandmother's house the sun rises out of the plain. Once in his life a man ought to concentrate his mind upon the remembered earth, I believe. He ought to give himself up to a particular landscape in his experience, to look at it from as many angles as he can, to wonder about it, to dwell upon it. He ought to imagine that he touches it with his hands at every season and listens to the sounds that are made upon it. He ought to imagine the creatures there and all the faintest motions of the wind. he ought to recollect the glare of noon and all the colors of the dawn and dusk.
  • - From The Way to Rainy Mountain by N. Scott Momaday