Books and Book Chapters
- Roufs, Timothy G., The Anishinabe of the Minnesota Chippewa
Tribe. Phoenix, Indian Tribal Series, 1975. Reprinted, Cass Lake, MN: Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, 2013.
- Roufs, Timothy G., "Social Structure and Community Development in a
Chippewa Village," Chapter in Anishinable: Six Studies of Modern Chippewa, J. Anthony Paredes,
(ed.), The University Presses of Florida,
1980, pp. 194-241.
- Roufs, Timothy G. "Prehistoric and Indian People of Northeastern
Minnesota," in Iron Range Country, Fred J.
Thompson (ed.) Eveleth, MN: The Iron Range Resources and
Rehabilitation Board, and the State of
Minnesota, pp. 6-15, 1979. (Reviewed by Barbara Landfield, Lake
Superior Port Cities, Vol. 1, No. 4, p. 39.)
- Roufs, Timothy G., "Early Indian Life in the Lake Superior Region,"
Chapter in Duluth: Sketches of the Past,
Ryck Lydecker, Lawrence J. Sommer and Arthur Larsen (eds.) Special
Volume of Duluth's Legacy Series,
Duluth, MN, 1976, pp. 42-69.
- Roufs, Timothy G., Educational and Occupational Aspirations in a
Changing Society: An Analysis of a Highland
Mexican Region. Center for Comparative Studies in Technological
Development and Social Change,
University of Minnesota, 1971.
- Roufs, Timothy G., J. Anthony Paredes and Gretel H. Pelto. "On
Continuity and Emergence in Indian Poverty
Culture," Current Anthropology: A World Journal of the Sciences of
Man, Vol. 14, No. 1-2 (February-April
1973), pp. 158-167.
- Roufs, Timothy G., "Some Aspects of the Production of Pulque," in Social and Cultural Aspects of Modernization
in Mexico, Frank C. Miller and Pettri J. Pelto (eds.), Department of
Anthropology, University of Minnesota,
1968, (originally presented at the annual meeting of the Central States
Anthropological Society in Detroit,
- Roufs, Timothy G., The Music of Contemporary Ojibway, Archives of
Traditional Music, Folklore Institutes,
Indiana University, 1966 and 1968-1969, Accession number 66-187-F,
North America, U.S., Chippewa. 1968
research and contributions made in collaboration with Dr. Michael
- Roufs, Timothy G. "Early Indian Life in the Lake Superior Region," Minnesota Archaeologist, Vol. 37, No. 4,
(November 1978) pp. 157-197. (Reprint of 1976 book chapter.)
- Roufs, Timothy G., "Nature and the Concept of Power Among Lake Superior
Ojibwa: Reflections of Paul Buffalo,"
16 pp., March 1978. Reprinted in two parts as "The Ojibwa Concept of
Power," Red River Valley Heritage
Press, Red River Valley Historical Society, Vol. 4 (1981): pp. 8
Films and Videos
- Roufs, Timothy G., Soltero, a twenty-five minute film on the
daily life of a Mexican Tlachiquero. Originally
presented at the annual meeting of the Central States Anthropological
Society in Detroit, Michigan, 1968.
- Roufs, Timothy G., Paul Buffalo, a one-hour videotape
production on life history research on the Leech Lake
Indian Reservation in Minnesota, Educational Media Center, University
of Minnesota, Duluth, 1972.
- Roufs, Timothy G., The Ibo, a one-hour videotape production on
the Ibo of Nigeria, Educational Media Center,
University of Minnesota, Duluth, 1975.
- American Indian Oral History Collection, Vol. I -- Kinship III. (Paul Buffalo discussion of traditional Ojibwa
divorce and remarriage.) Dr. Joseph H. Cash, General Editor. New
York: Clearwater Publishing Company,
Inc., 1981. American Indian Oral History Collection, Vol. II - Traditional
Foods. (Paul Buffalo, et al audiotape. Paul Buffalo
discusses wild rice.) Dr. Joseph H. Cash, General Editor. New York:
Clearwater Publishing Company, Inc.,
Published Notes and Book Reviews
- Roufs, Timothy G., "A Note on Myth in Method: Some further Observations
on Jane's `Continuity and
Emergency on Indian Poverty Culture'." Current Anthropology: A World
Journal of the Sciences of Man,
Vol. 15, No. 3, (September, 1974), pp. 307-310.
- Roufs, Timothy G., Review of The Ojibwa Dance Drum: Its History and
Construction by Thomas Vennum, Jr.,
and of The Drummaker, edited by Mike Herter and Thomas Vennum, Jr. Minnesota History, 49: 1: 36-37,
- Roufs, Timothy G. "Independent Inevitable Invention." Instructional
Development, Vol. 3, No. 5, pp. 3, 7, 1986.
- Roufs, Timothy G., Review of A Poison Stronger Than Love: The
Destruction of an Ojibwa Community by
Anastasia M. Shkilnyk. American Anthropologist, Vol. 88, No. 2,
(June 1986), pp. 469-470.
- Roufs, Timothy G., Review of Nanabozhoo, Giver of Life, by
Alethea K. Helbig. American Indian Quarterly, (in
- Review of Wild Rice and the Ojibwa People by Thomas Vennum, Jr.,
(St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society
Press, 1988). American Anthropologist, Vol. 91, No. 2 (June 1989),
pp. 491-492. (With George E. Ahlgren,
UMD Dept. of Biology.)
- Review of Tales of the Field: On Writing Ethnography by John Van
Maanen, (Chicago: University of Illinois
Press, 1988). American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 16, No. 2, (Spring
1992), pp. 304-305.
- Review of Anthropological Fieldwork: An Annotated Bibliography by
Pierre Bettez Gravel and Robert B. Marks
Ridinger (NY: Garland Reference Library of the Social Sciences, 1988). American Indian Quarterly (in press.)
Other Publications and Professional Editing Works
- Roufs, Timothy G., Selections from "A Photoethnographic Essay on Central
Highland Mexico," published as
cover of, and in Old Villages and a New Town: Industrialization in
Mexico. Frank C. Miller, Menlo Park,
California: Cummings Publishing Company, 1973.
Review editor, People of the Earth: An Introduction to World Prehistory,
Second Edition, by Brian M. Fagan,
Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1977.
- Roufs, Timothy G. (Ed.) A Self Study Document for the Department of
Sociology-Anthropology, College of Letters
and Science, University of Minnesota, Duluth, Duluth, MN 384 pp., 1978.
- Roufs, Timothy G., "Reminiscences of Paul Buffalo, Leech Lake Band of
the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, Parts
I - XXII." University of South Dakota Indian Oral History
Collections, Part II, No. 4, 1-243. Sanford, North
Carolina: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1979.
- Roufs, Timothy G. (Ed.) "General Guide for Writing Papers, Department of
of Minnesota, Duluth," 14 pp., 1980. Revised, 30 pp., 1983; 25 pages,
1985; 52 pages, 1986.
- Roufs, Timothy G., Working Bibliography of the
Chippewa/Ojibwa/Anishinabe and Selected Related Works,
Duluth, MN: Lake Superior Basin Studies Center, 177 pp., 1981. Second
Printing, Revised, December 1982.
Index, 1983. Supplement A, 1984. Supplement B, 1988.
- Carlson, Helen L., Fleischman, William A., and Roufs, Timothy G. (Eds.),
"Social Science Observation, Survey
and Historical Research for Elementary School Teachers," University of
Minnesota, Duluth, College of
Education, 88 pp., 1982.
- Review editor, The Emergence of Man, Fourth Edition, John E.
Pfeiffer, NY: Harper and Row, 1983, (50 pp. manuscript).
- Roufs, Timothy G., and Aitken, Larry P. (Eds.), Information
Relating to Chippewa Peoples from the Handbook
of American Indians North of Mexico, 1907-1910, Duluth, MN: Lake
Superior Basin Studies Center, 1984.
- Harbrace College Handbook, (11th Edition) (1990). John C.
Hodges, et al. San Diego: Harcourt, Brace,
Jovanovich, cf. p. viii. (Misc. contributions.)
- Ourselves Among Others: Cross Cultural Readings for Writers.
(1991). Carol J. Verburg (ed.) Boston: St. Martin's
Press, cf. p. v. (Misc. contributions.)
Research Currently in Progress
- Roufs, Timothy G. and Kaups, Matti E., "Finnish-Chippewa Viewpoints on a
Shared Immigration Experience."
Article length paper.
- Roufs, Timothy G., When Everybody Called Me "Forever-Flying Bird":
The Early Years of an Ojibwa Medicine
Doctor, 1898-1914. A historical biography of an Ojibwa
medicine doctor and former reservation
leader from the Leech Lake reservation, featuring the year-round traditional annual cycle in Paul Buffalo's Early Years. Vol. I of the Paul Buffalo Trilogy.
- Roufs, Timothy G., . A historical biography featuring stories, myths, and legends of Paul Buffalo's Anishinabe people. Vol. II of the Paul Buffalo Trilogy.
- Roufs, Timothy G.,. A historical biography featuring "the New White World" of Paul Buffalo's Anishinabe people. Vol. III of the Paul Buffalo Trilogy.
- Roufs, Timothy G., "Sickness and Health in Tribal Society: The Logic
and Practice of Anishinabe Wholistic
Medicine." 26 p. ms.