* Henry Roe Cloud
, the first Native American to graduate from Yale
Henry Roe Cloud (1884-1950), my Ho-Chunk grandfather, an activist, intellectual, and policymaker, was a cofounder of the Society of American Indians (SAI), the first Native American-led, pan-tribal national organization created in 1911.
"Henry Roe Cloud, a Winnebago Reformer: His Quest for American Indian Higher Education." Kansas History 11.3 (1988): 171-84.
"Pfister's The Yale Indian: The Education of Henry Roe Cloud." European Journal of American Studies.
"From Henry Roe Cloud to Henry Cloud." Settler Colonial Studies Journal 2.2 (2012): 117-37.
She married Henry Roe Cloud, a full-blood Winnebago, and served as the matron of a high school for Indian boys her husband established in Wichita, Kansas.
(68) At the Wisconsin conference, Elizabeth's first SAI gathering, she met her future husband, Henry Roe Cloud, one of the group's founding members.
Tetzloff, "'To Do Some Good Among the Indians': Henry Roe Cloud and Twentieth Century Native American Advocacy" (PhD diss., Purdue University, 1996), 43.
(76.) Elizabeth Roe Cloud Mission Worker Questionnaire, February 20,1934, Henry Roe Cloud Biographical Vertical Files, RG 414, Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, PA (hereafter PHS Cloud Papers).
It covers the illustrious careers of missionary and Winnebago pastors, elders, and teachers, including the celebrated Winnebago pastor Henry Roe Cloud
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Henry Roe Cloud wrote: "The economic changes necessarily carry with them the decadence [i.e., demise] of Indian religions" (Cloud, "Future" 529).
The Yale Indian: The Education of Henry Roe Cloud. Durham: Duke UP, 2009.