Black Hills Mining Men’s Association. Mining and Metallurgy of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Gold Rush Books, 2015.
Clow, Richmond L. “Timber Users, Timber Savers: Homestake Mining Company and the First Regulated Timber Harvest.” Forest History Today (1998).
Grossman, Zoltán. “Cowboy and Indian Alliances in the Northern Plains.” Agricultural History 77(2) (Spring 2003), 355-389.
Henris, John R. “’No finer trout-streams in the world than these’: The Making of a Recreational Fishery in the Black Hills Forest Reserve.” South Dakota History 45(4) (Winter 2015), 275-304. Link to abstract, here.
Julin, Suzanne. A Marvelous Hundred Square Miles: Black Hills Tourism, 1880-1941. Pierre: South Dakota Historical Society Press, 2009.
Lee, Bob, Stan Lindstrom, and Wynn Lindstrom. Gold, Gals, Guns, Guts: A History of Deadwood, Lead, and Spearfish,1874-1976. Pierre: South Dakota State Historical Society Press, 1976.
Rapid City Journal and Scull Construction Service, Inc. Our Black Hills & Badlands: the Early Years and into the 1940s. ‘50s and ‘60s. (Black Hills (S.D. and Wyo.), Badlands (S.D. and Neb.), history, pictorial works). Canada: Pediment Publishing, 2016.
Historical Histories (with various associated prejudices of their day):
- Rosen, Peter. Pa-ha-sa-pah, or The Black Hills of South Dakota. 1895.
- Tallent, Annie. The Black Hills, or the Last Hunting Ground of the Dakotahs. 1899.