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Brown, Edward Osgood. "Parish Register at Michilimackinac." Magazine of Western History 11 (November 1889): 74-81; 11 (December 1889): 119-134.
The register and the clues it offers for the history of the people in the area.

"A Descendant of Waubojeeg: Genealogical Record." Family Trails 2 (Fall 1969): 39.
A genealogical chart from 1747 to 1931.

Ennes, Calvin. "Saganing Names." Family Trails 2 (Fall 1969): 32-38.
General index of names of the Saganing.

Handa, Karrie. "Genealogy: Robert Wheaton." Memory Lane Gazette (June 1992): 3.
Wheaton, a Chippewa, was born in 1937 in Taymouth Township.

"Indian Cemeteries: Saganing Indian Church and Cemetery, Pinconning Township." Chips and Ships (Bay County Genealogical Society) 9 (Spring 1978): 57-58.
Location of the cemetery and list of names on headstones. Most graves are unmarked.

"Indians Residing in Wayland Township, Allegan County, Michigan 1860 and 1870." Michigana 29 (September 1984): 108-109. Listing compiled from the United States Census.

"Mackinac Register." Wisconsin Historical Collections 18 (1908): 469-513.
1725-1821 Register of Marriages in the Parish of Michilimackinac.

"Mackinac Register." Wisconsin Historical Collections 19 (1910): 1-160.
1695 - 1821 Register of Baptisms at the Mission of St. Ignace de Michilimackinac; 1787 Register of Marriages; 1743-1806 Register of Interments; 1787-1821 Miscellaneous Notes in the Register.

Pilling, Arnold R. "Genealogy, Anthropology, and American Indian Family History." Family Trails 2 (Fall 1969): 1-23.
How to trace American Indian ancestry.

"The Pinery Indian Cemetery." Above the Bridge 9 (Fall 1993): 22-23.
A Chippewa Indian cemetery started about 1840.

Quimby, George I. "Some Notes on Kinship and Kinship Terminology Among the Potawatomi of the Huron." Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters 25 (1939): 553-566.

Data obtained from five informants in Calhoun County, Michigan.

"Riverton Indian Church Register: Baptisms." Family Trails 2 (Fall 1969): 26-37. A listing of people baptized in 1858.

Sawyer, Evelyn. "Searching the Indian Rolls." Michigana 44 (June 1998): 55-63.
The Griswold list and the Taggart list are transcribed here.

Seltzer, Donna Johnston. "The Johnston Family." Totem Pole 26 (January 1, 1951): 1-4.
A member of the John Johnston family tells of descendants.

"Sources for Indian Genealogy in Michigan." Family Trails 2 (Fall 1969): 24-25.
A basic listing of sources.

Mulder, James H. "Kent County Indian Deeds." Michigana​ 33 (Summer 1988): 43-46; 33 (September 1988): 88-93; 33 (December 1988): 145-150.
Compilation of all the Indian deeds recorded in Kent County.

Weslager, C. A. "Enrollment List of Chippewa and Delaware Munsies Living in Franklin County, Kansas, May 31, 1900." Kansas Historical Quarterly (Summer, 1974): 234-40. Note: uncataloged.

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