Nebraska Authors

Eunice Woodhull Stabler

Born 1885-11-18 Macy, NE (USA)

Died 1963-04-16
Wichita, KS (USA)

Pawhuska, OK (USA)
Pawhuska City Cemetery

Poet and historian Stabler is recognized as an important conservator of the Omaha tribe's culture and traditions. Susan La Fleshe Picotte was her mentor.

The Nebraska State Historical Society has the Eunice Woodhull Stabler papers which include correspondence, genealogies, and photographs as well as manuscript materials for her publications.

Places Lived

Northeastern Nebraska
Macy, NE
Walthill, NE
Rosalie, NE
Fulton, MO
Lawrence, KS
Wichita, KS

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Nonfiction
  • Poetry


Omaha Indian History; Native American Poets; Omaha Indian Language


Graduated from Genoa Government School
Attended Boyles Business College, Omaha, NE
Attended William Woods College, Fulton, MO



Places Worked

Attorney's Office
Walthill Enrollment Office with the Bureau of Indian Affairs Agency in Winnebago and Macy, NE



How Beautiful the Land of My Forefathers. 1943.
La-Ta-We-Sah (Woman of the Bird Clan). 1989.

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