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Video Presentations on Black Hawk War
- Origins of the Black Hawk War, by James Lewis, Ph.D.
- Overview of the Black Hawk War, by James Lewis, Ph.D., Independent Scholar.
- Abraham Lincoln's Militia Service in the Black Hawk War, by Gerald Prokopowicz, Ph.D., Lincoln Museum, Fort Wayne, IN.
The following videos are a production of Jeffrey Chown from the Northern Illinois University Department of Communication. Funding for the project was provided by: The Illinois Humanities Council, NIU Libraries, NIU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the NIU Foundation. The full video is entitled:Lincoln and Black Hawk.
- Black Hawk — "I am a Sauk"
- Lincoln and the Frontier, I
- Black Hawk and the Northwest
- Lincoln and the Frontier, II
- Lincoln and Native Americans
- Origins of the Black Hawk War, I
- Origins of the Black Hawk War, II
- Origins of the Black Hawk War, III
- Black Hawk Crosses the Mississippi, 1832
- The Militia Responds
- Stillman's Run
- Black Hawk's Flight
- Massacre at Bad Axe
- Black Hawk in Captivity
- Lincoln and the Black Hawk War
- Lincoln, the Black Hawk War, and Myth