Books published by or about Lindenwood University/College.
George C. Sibley
Seeking a Newer World: The Fort Osage Journals and Letters of George Sibley, 1808-1811 includes the writings and correspondence of George Sibley. It provides an eye-witness account of American expansion, relations between Native American tribes and with the United States Government in Missouri and beyond, the legacies of the Lewis and Clark expedition,, and the transformation of the Missouri Territory from a region where Native Americas early settlers, and fur traders all lived into a growing state.
National Education Association
Book produced by the National Education Association, Core Committee on International Relations. The book was based on papers presented at a conference held at Lindenwood College. Topics highlighted at the conference included: United States Foreign Policy, International Organizations, Nuclear Energy, Food and People, Human Rights, and the Teaching of International Understanding.
This book is a compilation of songs about Lindenwood up until 1928.
Lucinda de Leftwich Templin
A history book on the early years of Lindenwood University. The reader should be aware that a few factual errors have since been found in the text, but overall, the book is a good primer on Lindenwood history.