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University Press of Colorado, 1997. — 432 p. Since the Battle of Summit Springs on July 11, 1869, a ledgerbook of over one hundred color drawings lay neglected in the archives of the Colorado Historical Society for nearly a century. The authors, working in close association with the Cheyenne nation, have produced an unprecedented look at the Dog Soldiers based on this...
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University Press of Colorado, 1997. — 432 p. Since the Battle of Summit Springs on July 11, 1869, a ledgerbook of over one hundred color drawings lay neglected in the archives of the Colorado Historical Society for nearly a century. The authors, working in close association with the Cheyenne nation, have produced an unprecedented look at the Dog Soldiers based on this...
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Univ. Of Oklahoma Press, 1963. — 496 p. For almost fifty years George Bird Grinnell’s great work The Fighting Cheyennes has stood unrevised and virtually unchallenged as the definitive account of the struggles of the Cheyenne Indians to preserve their way of life. Now Donald J. Berthrong has re-examined Grinnell’s findings and searched historical records unavailable to or not...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1971. — 309 p. Here are the еthnographic stories of the Cheyenne - stories of their heroes, their wars, their relationships with supernatural powers - as told to George Bird Grinnell during the winter months in Cheyenne tipis. "Of all the books written about Indians", - say Margaret Mead and Ruth L. Benzel in 'The Golden Age of American Anthropology",...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1972. — 406 p. "The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Their Ways of Life" is a classic ethnography, originally published in 1923, that grew out of George Bird Grinnell's long acquaintance with the Cheyennes. Volume I looks at the tribe's early history and migrations, customs, domestic life, social organization, hunting, amusements, and government....
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Yale University Press, 1923. — 430 p. "The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Their Ways of Life" is a classic ethnography, originally published in 1923, that grew out of George Bird Grinnell's long acquaintance with the Cheyennes. In Volume I he wrote about the tribe's early history and migrations, customs, domestic life, social organization, hunting, amusements, and government....
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Bloomington, World Wisdom Inc., 2008. — 293 p. "The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Lifeways" is a condensed version of a two volume book ("The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Ways of Life") written by the famed naturalist and anthropologist George Bird Grinnell, based on his account of his time spent among the last of the nomadic Cheyenne Indians. It is one of...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2017. — 400 p. Many stories that non-Natives tell about Native people emphasize human suffering, the inevitability of loss, and eventual extinction, whether physical or cultural. But the stories Northern Cheyennes tell about themselves emphasize survival, connectedness, and commitment to land and community. In writing "Webs of Kinship", anthropologist...
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Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960. — 104 p. This case study traces the Cheyenne Indians from their first contact with the French explorer LaSalle in 1680. The book then follows their exodus from Minnesota under pressure from the Sioux, Cel, and Ojibwa; their attempt to gain a foothold in eastern South Dakota and the middle Missouri River; and their final movement into the high...
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Chelsea House Publishers, 2006. — 130 p. — (Indians of North America, Heritage Edition). Like the Teton Sioux, the Cheyenne originally resided in Minnesota but settled in North and South Dakota in the 18th century. They eventually split into two divisions: Northern and Southern that were separated by the Arkansas River. As with many Plains Indians, the Sun Dance, which called for...
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Cobblehill Books, 1992. — 142 p. A look at the Southern Cheynenne as they live today chronicles their history and discusses their tribal structure and leadership, their traditions, their language, their encounter with prejudice, and more. Stan Hoig is Professor Emeritus of Journalism at the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond. His many books on the West and American Indians...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1968. — 432 p. George Bent, the son of William Bent, one of the founders of Bent's Fort on the Arkansas near present La Junta, Colorado, and Owl Woman, a Cheyenne, began exchanging letters in 1905 with George E. Hyde of Omaha concerning life at the fort, his experiences with his Cheyenne kinsmen, and the events which finally led to the military...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. — 188 p. Bertha Little Coyote was a pistol. She was predictably outspoken and courageous, and her opinions were, to many people's chagrin, piercingly correct in most situations. In this memoir she shows herself also as a deeply tender-hearted, expressive musician who was fiercely committed to people-especially Cheyenne people. She triumphed over...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1967. — 402 p. The Cheyenne Indians, in sharp contrast to other Plains tribes, are renowned for the clear sense of form and structure in their institutions. This cultural trait, together with the colorful background of the Cheyennes, attracted the unique collaboration of a legal theorist and an anthropologist, who, in this volume, provide a...
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Horse Creek Publications, 2003. — 224 p. In 1877, after the defeat of Custer at Little Bighorn, the U.S. Government removed the Northern Cheyenne from their traditional homelands to a reservation in Indian Territory (Oklahoma.) This is the story surrounding the breakout of the Northern Cheyenne from Darlington Reservation in 1878 and their bloody but futile attempt to return to...
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Crowell Publishing, 1977. — 238 p. The life of Mary Little Bear Inkanish (1877-1965), a southern Cheyenne craftswoman and beadworker was famous for her skills and for keeping her people's art alive through her own work and by teaching others the all-but-forgotten techniques of the past. Alice Lee Marriott (1910-1992) trained in ethnology at Oklahoma City University and at the...
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Englewood: Libraries Unlimited, Inc., 1998. — 131 p. Presenting a distinct historical perspective, these intriguing stories chronicle the history and culture of a people we call the Cheyenne (the Tse Tse Stus) - from creation accounts and the introduction of horses to the present. The stories are told as seen through the eyes of Old Nam Shim (which means grandfather) and a...
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Wiley-Blackwell, 1996. — 354 p. This book provides a history and ethnography of the Cheyenne people from their prehistoric origins north of the Great Lakes to their present life in the reservations in Oklahoma. It is based on archaeological material, historical and linguistic evidence and draws vividly on the oral traditions of the Cheyenne themselves. Contents: Preface. Cheyenne...
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Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1987. — 390 p. This book provides a history and ethnography of the Cheyenne people from their prehistoric origins north of the Great Lakes to their present life in the reservations in Oklahoma. It is based on archaeological material, historical and linguistic evidence and draws vividly on the oral traditions of the Cheyenne themselves....
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. — 994 p. "Sweet Medicine" is the most comprehensive record ever made of the ceremonies of the Northern Cheyennes. Volume One recounts tribal history against the background of the two great spiritual tragedies in Cheyenne life, the loss of the Sacred Arrows and the desecration of the Sacred Buffalo Hat. Volume Two records the contemporary Sacred...
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Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987. — 232 p. The Wolves of Heaven is a most unusual and challenging work. Published more than half a century after the classic Cheyenne studies of George Bird Grinnell and G. A. Dorsey, it is a singular reinterpretation of the Cheyennes’ world view, shamanism, and major cultural features. It is the product of the author’s blending of the...
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Edited by Stanley Vestal. — University of Oklahoma Press, 1934. — 156 p. This is a new edition of a well known work. The new matter added is a version of the migration legend of the Cheyenne. The entire text is presented as a narrative of John H. Seger, for fifty years in close contact with the Cheyenne and Arapahoe, personal and official. He founded and for many years conducted...
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Выходные данные неизвестны. Гриннел Джордж Берд (1849-1938). Историк, антрополог, писатель. Уроженец Бруклина, штат Нью-Йорк, получил образование зоолога в Йеле. Его близкие контакты с индейцами начались в 1872 году, когда он сопровождал пауни во время их последней племенной охоты на бизонов. В 1874 году Гриннел присоединился к экспедиции Джорджа Кастера в Черные Холмы. Также в...
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