Baker, F. C. Molluska of the Chicago area. Pt. 1-2. (Chicago Academy of Science. Bulletin 3). Includes Lake Co. Indiana.
Ball, T. H. Flora of Lake County. (In his Lake Co. Indiana: 1884, p. 158-171).
Ball, T. H. Brief sketch of life. (In Hulbert, H. S. and Ball, T. H. Creek war of 1813-1814, p. 15-16).
Ball, T. H. Lake county, Indiana 884. Series of Historical papers and an account of the semi-centennial celebration of Lake Co. Northwestern Indiana 1800-1900. Includes Lake and Porter counties, Indiana.
Ball, T. H. Lake County, Indiana from 1834 to 1872.
Barrett, E. Glass sands of Indiana: industries. (In Indiana Department of Geology and Natural Resources, 38th annual report, 1913, p. 41-59). Describes this sand in the dunes of Michigan City, with analysis, p. 49-53.
Bereman, Harold The marauding sand. (In World Today, v. 18, p. 588-593. June 1910).
Blatchley, W. S. A dune idyl. (In his Boulder reveries, p. 218-224.
Blatchley, W. S. The geology of Lake and Porter counties, Indiana. (In Indiana-Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources 22nd annual report, 1897, p. 25-104). Includes description of sand dunes, notes on flora of Lake and Porter counties.
Blatchley, W. S. The orthoptera of Indiana. (In Indiana-Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources, 26th annual report, 1901-02, p. 123-471). Includes collections made in sand dunes of Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties.
Brennan, G. A. James Whitcomb Riley Memorial Park. (In Journal of Education, v. 84, p. 432-3. Nov. 2, 1916).
Butler, A. W. The birds of Indiana: a descriptive catalog of the birds that have been observed within the state, with an account of their habits. (In Indiana-Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources, 22nd annual report, 1897, p. 514-1187). Includes Lake Co., Indiana.
Calkins, W. W. Lichen-flora of Chicago and vicinity. (Chicago Academy of Science, Bulletin 1). Includes Lake Co., Indiana.
Cooley, S. Save the dunes: rare beauty spot. (In Chicago Herald, May 1, 1916). Also issued separately.
Cowles, H. C. The beach-dune-sandhill series. (In his Plant societies of Chicago and vicinity, p. 56-85. Geographic Society of Chicago, Bulletin, no. 2).
Crook, A. R. Minerology of the Chicago area. (Chicago Academy of Sciences. Bulletin 5). Contains material on Lake Co., Indiana).
Dinwiddie, E. W. The fauna of Lake Co. (In Ball, T. H. Lake county, Ind. 1884, p. 150-157).
Dunes and dune vegetation. (In International encyclopedia, vol. 7, p. 329).
Higley, W. K. & Raddin, C. S. Flora of Cook Co., Ill., and part of Lake Co., Indiana. (Chicago Academy of Science, Bulletin, v. 2, no. 1). Includes flowers in the dune region near Miller.
How shall the dunes be got for a national park? (In Chicago Commerce V. 12, no. 27, p. 12, Nov. 3, 1916).
Leverett & Taylor The pleistocene of Indiana and Michigan and the history of the Great Lakes. (U. S. Geological survey. Monograph 53).
Leverett, F. Pleistocene features and deposits of the Chicago area. (Chicago Academy of Sciences, Bulletin 2). Includes Lake Co., Ind.
Mitchell, C. Save the sand dunes. (In Chicago-Health Dept. Clean living, Dec. 1916, p. 6).
Murphy, J. E. A sand-dune park for the nation. (In Popular Mechanics magazine, v. 27, no. 2, p. 227-230, Feb. 1917).
National dunes park agitation. Outlook, v. 114, p. 788. Dec. 13, 1916.
Pamphlet box and package library. (In Civics Dept. Chicago Public library).
Peat deposits in Porter and Lake Counties. (In Indiana-Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources, 31st annual report, 1906, p. 274-283). Includes deposits in dune region especially near Long Lake.
Reed, E. H. Dune country.
Reed, E. H. Voices of the dunes and other etchings.
Salisbury, R. D. & Alden, A. The dunes. (In their Geography of Chicago and its environs. 1899, p. 60-64. Geographic society of Chicago. Bulletin 1).
Saving the dunes; plan to establish a new national playground on the shores of Lake Michigan. Survey, v. 37, p. 263-4. Dec. 9, 1916).
Townsend, C. W. Sand dunes and salt marshes.
Woodruff, F. M. Birds of the Chicago area. (Chicago Academy of Sciences Bulletin 6). Includes Lake Co., Indiana.
Brice, W. A. Capture of Fort St. Joseph by La Balme. (In his History of Fort Wayne, p. 103-105).
Posted 29th June; last updated 9th July, 2001.