Duke Addicks' Recent Published Works

Last updated on 7/11/06

Duke Addicks' Powerful Storytelling Presentations have fascinated hundreds of audiences of adults and older children.

Bagpipes used by Scottish fur traders and American Indian drums and flutes are often played by Duke as part of his storytelling.

Invite Duke to tell his stories at your group's next meeting, special event, festival, campfire or outing.

Contact him at
(651) 643-0622
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Duke's recent and upcoming programs open to the public

Special Program Themes

Eagle and Thunderbird Legends and Lore

Pig's Eye Parrant

Tales of the Fur Trade

About Duke Addicks


American Indian flute information

Recent Publications

Addicks, Duke.
"'The Dakota Hymn,' An Early Native American Flute Tune." Voice of the Wind, Volume 2, 2006, page 12.

Addicks, Duke.
Zeb Pike: The Unlikely Adventurer, Big River Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 1 (Winona, Open River Press, January-February 2006) 20-21.

Addicks, Duke and James Aird.
Zebulon Pike and Jame Aird: The Explorer and the "Scottish Gentleman", Ramsey County History, Vol. 40, No.2 (St. Paul, Ramsey County Historical Society, Summer 2005) 17-18.

Addicks, Duke.
Looking Down on the River: Where is the Highest Blufftop and the Highest Overlook on the Upper Mississippi?, Big River Magazine, Vol. 12, No. 3 (Winona, Open River Press, Summer Travel Issue Featuring the Grand Excursion, May-June 2004) 34-35, 47.

Height Table of Overlooks

Overlook table in PDF (requires free Acrobat Reader)