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University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. — 300 p. Many Native American cultures have long treated women and men as equals. In "A Necessary Balance", Lillian A. Ackerman examines the balance of power and responsibility between men and women within each of the eleven Plateau Indian tribes who live today on the Colville Indian Reservation in north-central Washington State. Ackerman...
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Smithsonian Books, 1983. — 256 p. The bark canoes of the North American Indians, particularly those of birchbark, were among the most highly developed manually propelled primitive watercraft. They could be used to carry heavy loads in shallow streams but were light enough to be hauled long distances over land. Built with Stone Age tools from available materials, their design,...
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Smithsonian Institution Press, 1980. — 164 p. This study of early forms of saddles in Western North America features four distinct discussions: major horizons (wide-spread appearances of historical prototypes) within the sixteenth through nineteenth centuries; Mexican origins of form and associated activities; development among U.S. riders before the professional cowboy era...
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Smithsonian Institution Press, 1980. — 164 p. This study of early forms of saddles in Western North America features four distinct discussions: major horizons (wide-spread appearances of historical prototypes) within the sixteenth through nineteenth centuries; Mexican origins of form and associated activities; development among U.S. riders before the professional cowboy era...
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University Press of America, 1983. — 286 p. The Hidden Half is a collection of papers which are concerned with research and analyses on Plains Indian women. Covering a wide range of topics, this volume presents case studies which focus on particular aspects of the female condition in Plains Indian societies, mostly concentrated on tribal groups in the northern Plains region of the...
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New York: Open Road Integrated Media, Inc., 2015. — 438 p. This pioneering work, first published in 1986, documents the continuing vitality of American Indian traditions and the crucial role of women in those traditions.
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University of British Columbia Press, 2014. — 284 p. Ask any Canadian what "Métis" means, and they will likely say "mixed race". Canadians consider Métis mixed in ways that other indigenous people are not, and the census and courts have premised their recognition of Métis status on this race-based understanding. According to Andersen, Canada got it wrong. Our very preoccupation...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1984. — 408 p. In August 1862 the Dakota or Eastern Sioux, frustrated at being defrauded by the United States government and at losing their land and livelihood, resorted to armed conflict against the white settlers of southern Minnesota. Gary Clayton Anderson is the first historian to use an ethnohistorical approach to explain why, after more than...
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University of Alberta Press, 2018. — 400 p. In Keetsahnak / Our Murdered and Missing Indigenous Sisters , the tension between personal, political, and public action is brought home starkly as the contributors look at the roots of violence and how it diminishes life for all. Together, they create a model for anti-violence work from an Indigenous perspective. They acknowledge the...
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University of Regina Press, 2018. — 300 p. This groundbreaking anthology from territory that is now Saskatchewan, kisiskâciwan , includes rich oral narratives from Cree, Saulteaux, Nakoda, Dakota, Dene, and Metis cultures; early writings from Cree missionaries; speeches and letters by Treaty Chiefs; stories from elders; archival discoveries; and contemporary literary works in all...
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CHBeck, 2008. — 363 p. Книга представляет этнографический сборник песен и поэтических произведений североамериканских индейцев на английском языке с параллельным переводом на немецкий. Die zweisprachige Anthologie enthält Lieder und Gedichte der Indianer und bildet erstmals in deutscher Sprache einen Querschnitt über 500 Jahre ihrer Entwicklung. Einleitung Das...
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University of Alberta Press, 1988. — 114 p. Features important information about Dene community life in the 1960s during the crucial period immediately following the move from bush to town. Deals extensively with the traditional economy, the structure of Dene Kinship, its role in social organization, and the role of the drum dance in the social life of the community under...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2018. — 708 p. The Omaha Language and the Omaha Way provides a comprehensive textbook for students, scholars, and laypersons to learn to speak and understand the language of the Omaha Nation. Mark Awakuni-Swetland, Vida Woodhull Stabler, Aubrey Streit Krug, Loren Frerichs, and Rory Larson have collaborated with elder speakers, including Alberta Grant...
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University Press of Florida, 2013. — 198 p. Colloquially the term "powwow" refers to a meeting where important matters will be discussed. However, at the thousands of Native American intertribal dances that occur every year throughout the United States and Canada, a powwow means something else altogether. Sometimes lasting up to a week, these social gatherings are a sacred...
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Schiffer Publishing, 2010. — 224 p. This original study of Plains Indian cultures of the 19th century is presented through the use of period writings, paintings and early photography that relate how life was carried out. The author juxtaposes the sources with new research and modern color photography of specific replica items. Thereby, the past comes to life and today's readers...
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Schiffer Publishing, 2010. — 224 p. This original study of Plains Indian cultures of the 19th century is presented through the use of period writings, paintings and early photography that relate how life was carried out. The author juxtaposes the sources with new research and modern color photography of specific replica items. Thereby, the past comes to life and today's readers...
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Albuquerque, N.M.: University of New Mexico Press, 2010. — 192 p. The forty-nine traditional Osage narratives presented here, collected in Oklahoma between 1910 and 1923 for the Bureau of American Ethnology, have never before been assembled in one book. What makes these stories especially important is that they were collected in their original language, Osage, by a scholar who was...
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University of British Columbia Press, 1998. - 288 p. Throughout the world, the cowboy is an instantly recognized symbol of the North American West. Legends of Our Times breaks the stereotype of ’cowboys and Indians’ to show an almost unknown side of the West. It tells the story of some of the first cowboys -- Native peoples of the northern Plains and Plateau. Through stories,...
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Duke University Press, 2011. — 296 p. — ISBN-10 0822348519; ISBN-13 978-0822348511. In the United States, Native peoples must be able to demonstrably look and act like the Natives of U.S. national narrations in order to secure their legal rights and standing as Natives. How they choose to navigate these demands and the implications of their choices for Native social formations are...
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Southern Illinois University Press, 1972. — 392 p. A thorough anthropological study of a distinct religious cult of the Indian tribes of the Pacific Northwest. The book traces the Shaker cult’s development, its ceremonies, ritual elements, faiths, and doctrine.
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Edited by Janne L. Underriner — University of Washington Press, 2017. — 208 p. The Gift of Knowledge / Ttnuwit Atawish Nch'inch'imamí is a treasure trove of material for those interested in Native American culture. Author Virginia Beavert grew up in a traditional, Indian-speaking household. Both her parents and her maternal grandmother were shamans, and her childhood was populated...
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Golden press, 1954. — 108 p. Since its original publication in 1954, many thousands of both young and "not so young" enthusiasts have used "The Golden Book" as their first introduction to American Indian lore. War bonnets and dozens of other costumes, beadwork decoration, pouches, drums and tom-toms, peace pipes, and totem poles. This book shows you with many patterns and diagrams...
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Greenwood Press, 2005. — 248 p. This, the first, in-depth survey of Native American Indian foodways is an amazing chronicle of both human development over thousands of years and American history after the European invasion. It sheds light not only on this group and their history but on American food culture and history as well. For thousands of years an intimate relationship...
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Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2004. — 592 p. This Companion is comprised of 27 original contributions by leading scholars in the field and summarizes the state of anthropological knowledge of Indian peoples, as well as the history that got us to this point. Surveys the full range of American Indian anthropology: from ecological and political-economic questions to topics...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. — 384 p. Beginning with archaeological sites in northeast Iowa, Martha Royce Blaine traces Ioway history from ancient to modern times. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, French, Spanish, and English traders vied for the tribe’s favor and for permission to cross their lands. The Ioways fought in the French and Indian War in New York,...
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University of British Columbia Press, 1988. — 234 p. The Curtain Within explores the management of social roles and symbols to achieve various goals by people living in a modern Haida community. Moiety and lineage, social rank, the rules of entitlement to inherited property, and the mode of thought encoded in mythology still have force in Haida society. Political action did not...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2014. — 488 p. "Gifts from the Thunder Beings" examines North American Aboriginal peoples’ use of Indigenous and European distance weapons in big-game hunting and combat. Beyond the capabilities of European weapons, Aboriginal peoples’ ways of adapting and using this technology in combination with Indigenous weaponry contributed greatly to the...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2014. — 488 p. "Gifts from the Thunder Beings" examines North American Aboriginal peoples’ use of Indigenous and European distance weapons in big-game hunting and combat. Beyond the capabilities of European weapons, Aboriginal peoples’ ways of adapting and using this technology in combination with Indigenous weaponry contributed greatly to the...
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Roberts Rinehart Publishers, 1998. — 272 p. Dr. Marsha Bol has taken what she started in her previous book, North, South, East, West: American Indians and the Natural World, a step further. In this gathering of essays, songs, photographs and poems she documents Native Americans’ historical and contemporary interpretation of their place in the natural world. Most Indians have a...
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Chelsea House, 1996. — 106 p. The book discusses the religions of Native peoples of North America. lt presents and analyzes basic themes of Native concepts of spirit form and spiritual experience. It describes types of religious beliefs and ritual practices. And it examines the development of indigenous spiritual responses to the changes wrought by European/Anterican/Canadian...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1992. — 528 p. "Hidatsa Social and Ceremonial Organization", a study of an important horticultural Plains Indian tribe, synthesizes the rich material Alfred W. Bowers recorded in the early 1930s from the last generation of Hidatsas who lived in the historic village of Like-a-Fishhook. This documentary record of their nineteenth-century lifeways is...
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Oregon State University Press, 1999. — 313 p. Early explorers to the Pacific Northwest expected to encounter a land of dense forests. Instead, their writings reveal that they were often surprised to discover spacious meadows, prairies, & open spaces. Far from a pristine wilderness, much of the Northwest landscape was actively managed & shaped by the hands of its Native American...
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Columbia University Press, 2005. — 352 p. — (The Columbia Guides to American Indian History and Culture). Descriptions of Indian peoples of the Northeast date to the Norse sagas, centuries before permanent European settlement, and the region has been the setting for a long history of contact, conflict, and accommodation between natives and newcomers. The focus of an...
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Dover Publications, 1969. — 180 p. This exciting autobiography of Jim Whitewolf, a Kiowa Apache born in the second half of the 19th-century, offers an excellent inside-look at Indian culture. An ethnological classic, it details childhood, tribal customs, contact with whites, government attitudes toward tribe, and much more. Dr Charles S. Brant (1919 - 1991) is an american...
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New York: Benchmark Books, 2004. — 48 p. — (Hands-on history). — ISBN 0-7614-1602-1. Describes the culture and traditional crafts of the Southwest Indians as well as easy-to-follow instructions for making Indian crafts. Introduction. Ancient Pueblo people Pueblo homes. Rock painting. The Navajo. Navajo weaving. Secret code. Kneeldown bread. The Hopi and the Zuni. Hopi pottery....
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Dundurn, 2014. — 184 p. Bern Will Brown, noted northern author, artist, photographer, and respected community leader living in Colville Lake, Northwest Territories, provides new insights and perspectives on the Sahtu Dene, the people referred to as the "Hareskin" in Alexander Mackenzie’s 1793 journal. Having lived among them for over sixty years and as a speaker of their dialect,...
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Crossroad Publishing Company, 1984. — 160 p. The writings of Joseph Epes Brown are considered amongst the most important studies on the North American Indian undertaken in the 20th Century. His works have been translated into numerous languages and are re-igniting interest in American Indian religious tradition. In this collection of essays, the chief components of Indian...
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Oxford University Press, 2001. — 168 p. "Teaching Spirits" offers a thematic approach to Native American religious traditions. Through years of living with and learning about Native traditions across the continent, Joseph Epes Brown learned firsthand of the great diversity of the North American Indian cultures. Yet within this great multiplicity, he also noticed certain common...
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Routledge, 1997. — 148 p. "Two Spirit People" is the first-ever look at social science research exploration into the lives of American Indian lesbian women and gay men. Editor Lester B. Brown posits six gender styles in traditional American Indian culture: men and women, not-men and not-women (persons of one biological sex assuming the identity of the opposite sex in some form),...
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University of Illinois Press, 2009. — 185 p. — (Music in American Life). This unique anthology presents a wide variety of approaches to an ethnomusicology of Inuit and Native North American musical expression. Contributors include Native and non-Native scholars who provide erudite and illuminating perspectives on aboriginal culture, incorporating both traditional practices and...
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University of California Press, 2002. — 344 p. This colorful, richly textured account of spiritual training and practice within an American Indian social network emphasizes narrative over analysis. Thomas Buckley's foregrounding of Yurok narratives creates one major level of dialogue in an innovative ethnography that features dialogue as its central theoretical trope. Buckley...
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Piscataqua Press, 2015. — 272 p. For half a century Paul Bullock and his family have been committed to raising awareness about the Native people of New England. Paul, known as Whirling Thunder, grew up in Bristol, Rhode Island and is of part Wampanoag ancestry. He came into the powwow scene as a boy in the 1940s, performing from the time he was 11 years old. By the late 1960s,...
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Oxford University Press, 2013. — 256 p. Drawing on two years of ethnographic field research among the Navajos, this book explores a controversial Native American ritual and healthcare practice: ceremonial consumption of the psychedelic Peyote cactus in the context of an indigenous postcolonial healing movement called the Native American Church (NAC). The NAC arose in the...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. — 292 p. The largest known collection of ledger art ever acquired by one individual is Mark Lansburgh’s diverse assemblage of more than 140 drawings, now held by the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College and catalogued in this important book. The Cheyennes, Crows, Kiowas, Lakotas, and other Plains peoples created the genre known as ledger art...
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Britiish Columbia Ministry of Education, 2003. — 290 p. The Teacher's Guide was designed to support teachers using the student resource book, "B.C. First Nations Studies". The Guide consists of seventeen chapte. The Land, Living on the Land, and Sharing the Land and Resources. Each chapter includes a number of teaching strategies and activities, supplemented by video material,...
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University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. — 264 p. Commerce by a Frozen Sea is a cross-cultural study of a century of contact between North American native peoples and Europeans. During the eighteenth century, the natives of the Hudson Bay lowlands and their European trading partners were brought together by an increasingly popular trade in furs, destined for the hat and fur...
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Texas A&M University Press, 1998. — 272 p. For the Plains Indians, the period from 1750 to 1890, often referred to as the traditional period, was an evolutionary time. Horses and firearms, trade goods, shifting migration patterns, disease pandemics, and other events associated with extensive European contact led to a peak of Plains Indian influence and success in the early...
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Palgrave Macmillan US, 2012. — 278 p. This book radically rethinks the theoretical parameters through which we interpret both current and past ideas of captivity, adoption, and slavery among Native American societies in an interdisciplinary perspective. The book covers a period of over 800 years of North American history from Native American archaeological cultures to the...
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AltaMira Press, 1999. — 958 p. Duane Champagne has assembled a volume of top scholarship reflecting the complexity and diversity of Native American cultural life. Introductions to each topical section provide background and integrated analyses of the issues at hand. The informative and critical studies that follow offer experiences and perspectives from a variety of Native...
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University of Arizona Press, 2017. — 152 p. The Missouri River Basin is home to thousands of bird species that migrate across the Great Plains of North America each year, marking the seasonal cycle and filling the air with their song. In time immemorial, Native inhabitants of this vast region established alliances with birds that helped them to connect with the gods, to learn the...
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Oregon State University Press, 2013. — 296 p. Accomplishing NAGPRA reveals the day-to-day reality of implementing the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. The diverse contributors to this timely volume reflect the viewpoints of tribes, museums, federal agencies, attorneys, academics, and others invested in the landmark act. NAGPRA requires museums and...
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UBC Press, 2017. — 304 p. The Dene, a traditionally nomadic people, have no word for homelessness, a rare condition in the Canadian North prior to the 1990s. In No Home in a Homeland, Julia Christensen documents the rise of Indigenous homelessness and argues that this alarming trend will continue so long as policy makers continue to ignore northern perspectives and root causes,...
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University of Arizona Press, 1966. — 256 p. No Native American groups placed more emphasis on the horse in their lives than did the Navajo and Apache of the Southwest. They Sang for Horses , first published in 1966 and now considered a classic, remains the only comprehensive treatment of the profound mystical influence that the horse has exerted for more than three hundred years....
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University of Nebraska Press, 1982. — 443 p. In 1876 and 1877, Captain W. P. Clark commanded a detachment of Indian scouts - including Pawnees, Shoshones, Arapahoes, Cheyennes, Crows, and Sioux - who conversed in sign language. They made requests, relayed information, and told stories with their hands, communicating in a language indispensable for quick understanding between...
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Utah State University Press, 2003. — 415 p. This book is a joint project of the Utah Division of Indian Affairs and the Utah State Historical Society. It is distributed to the book trade by Utah State University Press. The valleys, mountains, and deserts of Utah have been home to native peoples for thousands of years. Like peoples around the word, Utah's native inhabitants...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1992. — 382 p. — ISBN 0-8032-6355-4 (v. 1), ISBN 0-8032-6357-0 (set). Volume 1 of this Bison Book edition takes up games of chance, involving guessing and throwing dice. Culin was able to show that the games of North American tribes were remarkably similar in method and purpose. He found that games using dice of various materials—wood, cane, bone,...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1992. — 516 p. — ISBN 0-8032-6356-2 (v. 2), ISBN 0-8032-6357-0 (set). Games figured prominently in the myths of North American Indian tribes, and also in their ceremonies for bringing rain and fertility and combating misfortune. In his classic study, originally published in 1907 as a report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Stewart Culin divided...
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Taschen, 1997. — 768 p. — ISBN 3-8228-8183-X. The North American Indian is a remarkable documentation of the lives of America's first inhabitants. Edward Sheriff Curtis (1868-1952) devoted his life to recording the traditional culture of the Native American Indians. Over the course of more than two decades, he published 20 legendary portfolios studying 80 Indian tribes from Mexico...
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Fulcrum Publishing, 2006. — 272 p. In his final work, the great and beloved Native American scholar Vine Deloria Jr. takes us into the realm of the spiritual and reveals through eyewitness accounts the immense power of medicine men. The World We Used To Live In, a fascinating collection of anecdotes from tribes across the country, explores everything from healing miracles and...
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Reprint — United States Government Printing Office, 1930. — 240 p. — (Edited with notes and biographical sketch by J. N. B. Hewitt). This manuscript is entitled "A Report to the Hon. Isaac I. Stevens, Governor of Washington Territory, on the Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri, by Edwin Thompson Denig." It has been edited and arranged with an introduction, notes, a biographical...
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Reprint edition. Edited with notes and biographical sketch by J. N. B. Hewitt. — United States Government Printing Office, 1930. — 240 p. This manuscript is entitled "A Report to the Hon. Isaac I. Stevens, Governor of Washington Territory, on the Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri, by Edwin Thompson Denig." It has been edited and arranged with an introduction, notes, a...
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Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2017. — (New Visions in Native American and Indigenous Studies Series). — 330 p.; 16 ills.; 4 maps. Ute Land Religion in the American West, 1879–2009 is a narrative of American religion and how it intersected with land in the American West. Prior to 1881, Utes lived on the largest reservation in North America—twelve million acres of...
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University of Texas Press, 2013. — 311 p. For thousands of years, Native Americans throughout the Eastern Woodlands and Great Plains used the physical act and visual language of tattooing to construct and reinforce the identity of individuals and their place within society and the cosmos. The act of tattooing served as a rite of passage and supplication, while the composition and...
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James J. Kery Ltd., 1978. - 230 p. Examines all aspects of textile artistry and techniques of the native peoples of North America, from prehistoric times to the present. First providing a historical review of Indian culture, the book then goes on to discuss looms, dyeing, weaving technology and aesthetics, and includes a chapter on the collection and preservation of these...
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Chelsea House Publications, 2008. — 124 p. Part of the 10-volume set Native America, this title tells the history and culture of Arctic peoples. It begins with a brief set introduction that discusses some of the broad history and themes found throughout Arctic peoples' culture, as well as explains the concept of culture areas to students.
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Chelsea House Publications, 2008. — 180 p. Northeast Indians, from the new 10-volume set Native America, tells the history and culture of the Northeast Indians. This book begins with a brief set introduction that discusses some of the broad history and themes found throughout the Northeast Indian culture, as well as explains the concept of culture areas to students. Narrative text...
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Chelsea House Publications, 2008. — 145 p. "Plateau Indians", from the new 10-volume set "Native America", tells the history and culture of the Plateau Indians. This book begins with a brief set introduction that discusses some of the broad history and themes found throughout the Plateau Indian culture, as well as explains the concept of culture areas to students. Narrative text...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. — 353 р. This collection of Wichita myths is largely the result of investigations begun in 1903, under a grant from the Carnegie Institution of Washington. In 1900 I began work of this nature for the Field Columbian Museum, and continued it interruptedly for three years. Throughout the three years I used as interpreter Burgess Hunt, a...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1977. — 132 p. Hernando de Soto encountered the Caddos in the sixteenth century, and survivors of Sieur de La Salle’s last voyage in the late seventeenth century gave the first full description of them. By 1903, when George A. Dorsey was investigating their customs and beliefs, the Caddos, numbering 530, were living on a reservation in Oklahoma....
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Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966. — 104 p. This case study is unusual. It was written by a man who knows Hano, the Tewa Indian community of which he writes, in a somewhat different way than most anthropologists know pueblo communities. He is accepted as a friend, as an insider, and speaks the language fluently. He never violates this friendship and acceptance in what he writes...
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Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1970. — 224 p. An authoritative treatment of the social, cultural, and ethnohistorical data on both the Eastern and Western Pueblos! The information contained in this case study is the result of the author's lifetime spent among the Pueblos. "I have lived in or visited every village small and large from the Hopi towns of lower and upper Moencopi in...
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Dover Publications, 1985. — 384 p. — ISBN 0486249018. Поразительные воспоминания свидетелей пленения белых людей индейцами, которые сумели выжили и рассказать об этом правду. Пятнадцать истинных событий, в которых было все: страдания и пытки, кровавая резня и неустанное преследование, удивительное спасение и принятие в индийские племена. Очаровательный исторический отчет в...
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Second Edition, Revised. — The University of Chicago Press, 1969. — xviii+632 p. — ISBN 0-226-16466-7. The art of reconstructing civilizations from the artifacts of daily life demands integrity and imagination. Indians of North America displays both in its description of the enormous variation of culture patterns among Indians from the Arctic to Panama at the high points of their...
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University of New Mexico Press, 1983. — 285 p. From their emergence in the New World centuries ago, through their evolution into contemporary Native Americans, the Apache, Navajo, and Pueblo peoples of the American southwest have endured the hardships of a desert land and hostilities with those who would usurp it and annihilate their culture. They now face the challenge of...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2005. — 314 p. This anthology examines the origins, meanings, and enduring power of the powwow. Held on and off reservations, in rural and urban settings, powwows are an important vehicle for Native peoples to gather regularly. Although sometimes a paradoxical combination of both tribal and intertribal identities, they are a medium by which many...
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Alfred A. Knopf, 1975. — 280 p. This book is an excellent example of detailed research of both documented print sources and personal interviews, photographs and sketches. Erdoes traces the history of the Pueblo Indians from prehistoric times to the mid-1970's and provides information about their unique lifestyle and how they have struggled to maintain it. His straightforward...
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Second revised edition — Crazy Crow Trading Post, 1998. — 50 p. The Modern Fancy Dancer and The Northern Traditional Dancer are valuable additions to the short list of books on powwow dances. Each book begins with a discussion of the origin of the respective dance and traces the history of the dances as they evolved into the styles of today. The sections on costume construction...
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Utah State University Press, 2001. — 256 p. This collection provides a benchmark that helps secure the position of collaboration between Native American and non-Native American scholars in the forefront of study of Native oral traditions. Seven sets of intercultural authors present Native American oral texts with commentary, exploring dimensions of perspective, discovery, and...
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Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. — 304 p. "Plains Indian History and Culture", an engaging collection of articles and essays, reflects John C. Ewers multifaceted approach to Indian history, an approach that combines his far-reaching interest in American history generally, his professional training in anthropology, and his many decades of experience as a field-worker...
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State University of New York Press, 2013. — 264 p. This interdisciplinary collection of essays, by both Natives and non-Natives, explores presentations and representations of indigenous bodies in historical and contemporary contexts. Recent decades have seen a wealth of scholarship on the body in a wide range of disciplines. Indigenous Bodies extends this scholarship in exciting...
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Könemann, 2000. — 478 p. The world of the buffalo hunters, the Pueblo people, the fishermen of the Pacific rainforests and many other cultural groups are resurrected in this book. Everyday life is portrayed - the totems, rituals, observances, shamans, holy clowns, hostilities, food gathering - in detail, and ethnologists explain the amazing diversity of culture. Christian F. Feest...
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Revised edition — World Wisdom, 2005. — 176 p. "The Spirit of Indian Women" provides a unique glimpse into a world that is almost inaccessible in our time. Through the combined power of photos, art, and the wisdom of traditional voices, modern readers can come to feel something of the timeless spirit of Indian women.
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Wisdom Tales, 2013. — 48 p. What was it like to grow up in the world of the pre-reservation Plains Indians before the coming of the white settlers? Prior to our modern era of television, video games, and computers how did American Indian children live, learn, and play? In this beautifully illustrated book, award-winning author, Michael Oren Fitzgerald, combines stunning...
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Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2013. — 264 p. For too many years, the academic discipline of history has ignored American Indians or lacked the kind of open-minded thinking necessary to truly understand them. Most historians remain oriented toward the American experience at the expense of the Native experience. As a result, both the status and the quality of Native...
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Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 2009. — (A Bur Oak Book.) — xiv, 145 p. : ill., maps. Many different Indian tribes have lived in Iowa, each existing as an independent nation with its own history, culture, language, and traditions. Some were residents before recorded time; some lived in Iowa for relatively short periods but played memorable roles in the state’s history;...
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Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990. — 180 p. — (Smithsonian Folklife Studies, Number 6). The Northern Paiute of western Nevada, particularly the Cattail-eater subgroup, had a number of uses for locally occurring marsh plants, particularly for food and technology. Common items manufactured from cattails, tules, and rushes include bags,mats, sandals, clothing, houses, duck decoys,...
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Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990. — 180 p. — (Smithsonian Folklife Studies, Number 6). The Northern Paiute of western Nevada, particularly the Cattail-eater subgroup, had a number of uses for locally occurring marsh plants, particularly for food and technology. Common items manufactured from cattails, tules, and rushes include bags,mats, sandals, clothing, houses, duck decoys,...
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Cornell University Press, 1987. — 336 p. This monograph is basically a study of the contemporary Gros Ventre at the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana. The focus in this work is on the cultural identity of the Gros Ventre and the different ways it has been and is now symbolized to these people. Also examined in this document is the evolution of Gros Ventre culture in terms of...
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Columbia University Press, 2005. — 312 p. — (The Columbia Guides to American Indian History and Culture) Plains Indians have long occupied a special place in the American imagination. Both the historical reality of such evocative figures and events as Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Sacajewea, and the Battle of Little Bighorn and the lived reality of Native Americans today are often...
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University of Washington Press, 2001. — 340 p. Anthropologist Rodney Frey culminates a decade of work with the Schitsu’umsh (the Coeur d’Alene Indians of Idaho) in this portrait of the unique bonds between a people and the landscape of their traditional homeland. The result of an intensive collaboration between investigator and Native people, the book includes many traditional...
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University of Calgary Press, 2002. — 269 p. "Many Faces of Gender" is an interdisciplinary volume that addresses the dearth in descriptions and analyses of gender roles and relationships in Native societies in North America's boreal reaches. This collection complements existing conceptual frameworks and develops new methodological and theoretical approaches that more fully...
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Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1980. — 372 p. The sixteenth volume in the School of American Research Advanced Seminar Series presents twelve essays on the ritual dramas of the Indians of New Mexico and Arizona. Anthropologists, ethnomusicologists, folklorists, linguists, dance ethnologists, and other students of Native American cultures will find new and challenging...
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Johnson Books, 1996. — 250 p. The first book ever to examine Indian gaming myths on a continental scale, Gambler Way reveals that not only was gamblingùin practice as well as in mythùcommon to nearly all of the indigenous peoples of North America, but also that the games and stories were universally part of the sacred lore and rituals of the tribes. Every area from the subarctic...
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University of California Press, 2011. — 376 p. When Spanish explorers and missionaries came onto Southern California's shores in 1769, they encountered the large towns and villages of the Chumash, a people who at that time were among the most advanced hunter-gatherer societies in the world. The Spanish were entertained and fed at lavish feasts hosted by chiefs who ruled over the...
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Cornell University Press, 2017. — 304 p. I Am Where I Come From presents the autobiographies of thirteen Native American undergraduates and graduates of Dartmouth College, ten of them current and recent students. Twenty years ago, Cornell University Press published First Person, First Peoples: Native American College Graduates Tell Their Life Stories , also about the experiences...
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Syracuse University Press, 2013. — 130 p. In 1634, the Dutch West India Company was anxious to know why the fur trade from New Netherland had been declining, so the company sent three employees far into Iroquois country to investigate. Harmen Meyndertsz van den Bogaert led the expedition from Fort Orange (present-day Albany, NY). His is the earliest known description of the...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2010. — 216 p. Mick Gidley provides an intimate and informative glimpse of photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868–1952) and his associates as they embarked on their epic quest to document through word and picture the traditional cultures of Native Americans in the western United States—cultures that Curtis believed were inevitably doomed. Curtis’s...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2006. — 213 p. The Two-Spirit man occupies a singular place in Native American culture, balancing the male and the female spirit even as he tries to blend gay and Native identity. The accompanying ambiguities of gender and culture come into vivid relief in the powerful and poignant Becoming Two-Spirit , the first book to take an in-depth look at...
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University of California Press, 2010. — 256 p. Every summer, thousands gather from around the world in the blistering heat of Nevada’s Black Rock Desert for the seven-day celebration of art, community, and fire known as Burning Man. Culminating in the spectacular incineration of a wooden effigy, this festival is grand-scale theater for self-expression, personal transformation,...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1991. — 125 p. A classic of ethnobotany, Uses of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri River Region has been enlarged for this Bison Book edition with thirty drawings, by Bellamy Parks Jansen, of plants discussed by Gilmore. The taxonomic glossary has been updated as well. Readers will find here, conveniently described, the uses that Plains Indians...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1992. — 125 p. The book is a record of the spiritual and warrior life of Bull Lodge (c. 1802-1886), war and religious leader, healer, and for a time, keeper of the Feathered Pipe, one of the two tribal objects of the Gros Ventres. The strength of the narrative is the rich detail of ritual description: fasting, sacrifices, vision experiences, the...
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Ed. by George P. Horse Capture. — Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1992. — 125 p. The book is a record of the spiritual life of Bull Lodge (born ca. 1802, died 1886), religious leader, healer, and for a time, keeper of the Feathered Pipe, one of the two tribal objects of the Gros Ventres. It makes absorbing reading. The strength of the narrative is the rich detail of...
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Hippocrene Books, 2000. — 190 p. Detailed descriptions of the wedding customs of the Hopi, Dakota, Navajo, Cherokee, Iroquois, Oglala and others include specific ways to incorporate aspects of these traditions through ceremony, dress, food, and jewelry into today's modern weddings.
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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015. — 348 p. This ground-breaking text explores the intersection between dominant modes of critical educational theory and the socio-political landscape of American Indian education. Grande asserts that, with few exceptions, the matters of Indigenous people and Indian education have been either largely ignored or indiscriminately absorbed within...
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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015. — 348 p. This ground-breaking text explores the intersection between dominant modes of critical educational theory and the socio-political landscape of American Indian education. Grande asserts that, with few exceptions, the matters of Indigenous people and Indian education have been either largely ignored or indiscriminately absorbed within...
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Univ. Of Minnesota Press, 2007. — 352 p. In Minnesota, the legacy of the American Indian people is reflected in many ways. Twenty-seven of the state’s counties have names of Indian origin. The cities of Wabasha, Red Wing, and Shakopee are named for important Mdewakanton Dakota tribal leaders. With more than fifty-four thousand Indians currently living in Minnesota, their...
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Forward Press, 2002. — 236 p. In this collection of essays, stories, and poems, Jim "Great Elk" Waters opens up his lodge to those drawn to the world that lies within. He recounts his own journey on this life's path and the many things that he has encountered there - from the beautiful to the mundane. With his guidance, the view from the medicine lodge can be one that looks to the...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2002. — 360 p. Plains Indians were artists as well as warriors, and Silver Horn (1860-1940), a Kiowa artist from the early reservation period, may well have been the most prolific Plains Indian artist of all time. Known also as Haungooah, his Kiowa name, Silver Horn was a man of remarkable skill and talent. Working in graphite, colored pencil, crayon,...
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Columbia University Press, 2010. — 320 p. — (The Columbia Guides to American Indian History and Culture). A major work on the history and culture of Southwest Indians, "The Columbia Guide to American Indians of the Southwest" tells a remarkable story of cultural continuity in the face of migration, displacement, violence, and loss. The Native peoples of the American Southwest are...
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Mackinac History Vol. II Leaflet No. 1, Mackinac Island State Park, 1972. - 12 pgs. The costumes of the Woodland Indians, unlike those of the Plains of more recent time, present endless conjecture. Artifacts are pitifully few and scattered and surviving examples are almost all without documentation. It is the purpose of this work to describe and illustrate the costumes of...
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Bristol, R.I.: Brown University, Fourth printing (revised), 1993. — PDF 256 pages, 355 illustrated catalog entries, 189 figures and 16 color plates. A superb and comprehensive study of the wide range of Plains Indian art from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Representing a period of fine craftsmanship, it examines male and female clothing from footwear to headgear,...
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Bristol, R.I.: Brown University, 1989. — 301 p. With 180 illustrated catalog entries and over 75 ethnographic photographs, Out of the North examines items made by Subarctic Algonquin, Athapaskan Indian and Metis women from natural materials, such as boots, moccasins, stockings, gloves, pockets, jackets, baby carriers, baskets, trays and drums, as well as traditional arts today....
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University of British Columbia Press, 2001. — 296 p. William Beynon was born in 1888 in Victoria to a Welsh father and a Tsimshian mother. He was an accomplished ethnographer and had a long career documenting the traditions of the Tsimshian, Nisga'a, and Gitksan. In 1945 he attended and actively participated in five days of potlatches and totem pole raisings at Gitksan village of...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1977. — 283 p. The personal narratives of Indians from various tribes reveal their ways of life as well as their attitudes toward nature and man.
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Foreword by Arthur Amiotte — University of Oklahoma Press, 2018. — 208 p. Over the course of his career, artist Paul Dyck (1917-2006) assembled more than 2,000 nineteenth-century artworks created by the buffalo-hunting peoples of the Great Plains. Only with its acquisition by the Plains Indian Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West has this legendary collection become...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1975. — 118 p. This book is intended as both a guide to the identification of typical Teton metal objects and when and how they were used, and a study in the transition of the Teton Sioux Indians from a stone age people in the eighteenth century to a nation almost totally dependent by 1880 on white man's goods obtained from traders and through other...
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University of Arizona Press, 2000. — 170 p. The Native American hunter had a true appreciation of where his food came from and developed a ritual relationship to animal life - an understanding and attitude almost completely lacking in modern culture. In this major overview of the relation between Indians and animals on the northern Great Plains, Howard Harrod recovers a sense of...
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University Press of Florida, 2019. — 210 p. Exploring museums and cultural centers in New England that hold important meanings for Native American communities today, this illuminating book offers a much-needed critique of collaborative efforts to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of the region. Siobhan Hart examines the narratives told by and about Native American...
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Chicago: World Book, Inc. in association with Two-Can Publishing Ltd., 1997. — 64 p. — (Make it Work!). — ISBN 0-7166-4601-3. Who were the first people to live in North America? What kinds of houses did the Native Americans build? What did they wear to keep warm in the frozen north, and cool in the south? How did they travel? What did they eat? And how did they entertain...
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Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, 1986. — 141 p. — (With an Introduction by Thomas Berry). Published in 1986, Meditations with Animals was the first bestiary ever compiled from Native Americans showing the guiding roles animals have played in their spiritual history. These stories and poems contain the rites and rituals of a variety of tribes, depicting a world unified by the belief...
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Éditions du Septentrion, 2014. — 504 p. Éros et tabou analyse les pratiques érotiques et les relations de genre au sein de diverses populations autochtones d'Amérique du Nord. Ces sociétés sont-elles plus ouvertes au principe de plaisir et aux pulsions sexuelles que les sociétés occidentales? L'ouvrage se penche particulièrement sur la tension existant parmi les Amérindiens et les...
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Vancouver: UBC Press. — 584 p. Early hunter/gatherer societies have traditionally been considered basically egalitarian in nature. This assumption, however, has been challenged by contemporary archaeological and anthropological research, which has demonstrated that many of these societies had complex social, economic, and political structures. This volume considers two British...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1994. — 173 p. The Dogrib Indians are one of the Dene people of Western Canadian Subarctic; they speak a language belonging to the widespread Athapaskan family, whose southern relatives include the Navajos and Apaches of the southwestern United States. This study draws on the author’s field studies from 1959 to 1974 to present an ethnographic...
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McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000. — 430 p. For fifty years anthropologist June Helm studied the culture and ethnohistory of the Dene, “The People,” the Athapaskan-speaking Indians of the Mackenzie River drainage of Canada's western subarctic. Now in this impressive collection she brings together previously published essays—with updated commentaries where...
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Edited by Gregory P. Fields — University of Nebraska Press, 2013. — 344 p. Joseph Hillaire (Lummi, 1894–1967) is recognized as one of the great Coast Salish artists, carvers, and tradition-bearers of the twentieth century. In A Totem Pole History , his daughter Pauline Hillaire, Scälla–Of the Killer Whale, who is herself a well-known cultural historian and conservator, tells the...
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University of Nevada Press, 2013. — 416 p. This is the compelling yet disturbing story of Corbett Mack (1892-1974), an opiate addict who was a member of the Nuumuu (Numa), or Northern Paiute. The Northern Paiute are best known as the people who produced Wovoka, the Ghost Dance prophet whose revitalistic teachings swept the Indian world in the 1890s. Mack is from the generation...
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Washington: Government Printing Office, 1907. — X, 972 p. — (Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 30). The Handbook contains a descriptive list of the stocks, confederacies, tribes, tribal divisions, and settlements north of Mexico, accompanied with the various names by which these have been known, together with biographies of Indians of note, sketches of...
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Washington: Government Printing Office, 1910. — 1221 p. — (Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology; Bulletin 30). The Handbook contains a descriptive list of the stocks, confederacies, tribes, tribal divisions, and settlements north of Mexico, accompanied with the various names by which these have been known, together with biographies of Indians of note, sketches...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2005. — 186 p. — ISBN 0—8032—5809—7. This book provides information essential to the understanding of the Plains Indians. The emphasis centers on two native modes of life on the Great Plains - hoe farming and hunting from horseback - with special reference to the effects of contact with the encroaching white culture.
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50th Anniversary Second Edition. — University of Washington Press, 2014. — 144 p. The 50th anniversary edition of this classic work on the art of Northwest Coast Indians now offers color illustrations for a new generation of readers along with reflections from contemporary Northwest Coast artists about the impact of this book. The masterworks of Northwest Coast Native artists are...
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Utah State University Press, 2006. — 222 p. In this new and updated edition - with a foreword by Lora Tom, chairwoman of the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah - Holt recounts the survival of a people against all odds. A compound of rapid white settlement of the most productive Southern Paiute homelands, especially their farmlands near tributaries of the Colorado River; conversion by and...
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National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, 2006. — 96 p. From the stereotypical images of Hollywood's cinematic Indians on horseback to the actual importance of horses to Native nations historically, the interactions between indigenous people and horses are indelibly embedded in American consciousness. A Song for the Horse Nation represents a tribute to and...
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The New Press, 1993. — 152 p. This is the first U.S. publication of an extraordinary collection of native American art, unknown to contemporary American audiences. For centuries, ornamental robes made of buffalo hide were painted by artists of the various Indian nations. Brought back to the French kings in the eighteenth century, the robes represented here are now housed in the...
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SIdestone Press, 2015. — 230 p. With tourism becoming the largest single sector of the global economy it cannot but impact traditional societies in many ways, both detrimental and beneficial. Nowhere is the history of the tourist encounter between Native peoples and Euro-Americans as long and as intensive as in North America. From the 1870s transcontinental railroads and shipping...
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Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2011. — 264 p. Since the 1970s, Aboriginal people have been more likely to live in Canadian cities than on reserves or in rural areas. Aboriginal rural-to-urban migration and the development of urban Aboriginal communities represent one of the most significant shifts in the histories and cultures of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. The essays in...
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Cambridge University Press, 1997. — 408 p. This history of the Crow Indians links their nineteenth-century nomadic life and their modern existence. The Crows not only withstood the dislocation and conquest visited on them after 1805, but acted in the midst of these events to construct a modern Indian community--a nation. Their efforts sustained the pride and strength reflected in...
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Edited, with an Introduction, by Christopher Vecsey. — Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1981. — xxvii, 330 p. Vecsey has collected in this volume fifteen of Hultkrantz's essays which, except for two of them, were previously published elsewhere between 1956 and 1980. The editor has grouped them into sections labeled 'Belief and Myth', 'Worship and Ritual', 'Ecology and...
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HarperCollins Publishers, 1988. — 144 p. An expert introduction to the beliefs, traditions, and practices of native North American religions- for the general reader and student alike. The religious life of Native Americans is a panorama featuring an immense diversity of beliefs, ceremonies, and ways of life. Native Religions of North America reflects this rich tradition as it...
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University of California Press, 1979. — 372 p. This book presents a comprehensive survey of the complex indigenous religions of the Americas, both North and South, as they were in the past and as they still exist in some societies. Dr. Âke Hultkrantz (1920-2006) was recognized as a major authority on Native American religions and shamanism. He was a professor of religion at the...
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Alaska Northwest Books, 1993. — 235 p. In his dramatic autobiography, Alaskan elder Sidney Huntington, half-white, half-Athabascan, recounts his adventures, tragedies, and ultimate success. This book is more than one man's incredible tale of hardship and success in Alaska. It is also a tribute to the Athapaskan traditions and spiritual beliefs that enable him and his ancestors to...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2000. — 334 p. Spirituality may be the most contentious and poorly understood dimension of Native American communities today. For generations the religious beliefs and practices of Native Americans have been the subject of public fascination and scholarly inquiry. Unfortunately, this ongoing interest has all too frequently been fueled by facile...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1996. — 320 p. In "The Dream Seekers", Lee Irwin demonstrates the central importance of visionary dreams as sources of empowerment and innovation in Plains Indian religion. Irwin draws on 350 visionary dreams from published and unpublished sources that span 150 years to describe the shared features of cosmology for twenty-three groups of Plains...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2013. — 304 p. In countless ways, the Yuchi (Euchee) people are unique among their fellow Oklahomans and Native peoples of North America. Inheritors of a language unrelated to any other, the Yuchi preserve a strong cultural identity. In part because they have not yet won federal recognition as a tribe, the Yuchi are largely unknown among their...
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Ottawa: Roger Duhamel, 1963. — 432 p. — (National Museum of Canada Bulletin 65, Anthropological Series No. 15). First published in 1932, The Indians of Canada remains the most comprehensive works available on Canada's Indians. Part one includes chapters on languages, economic conditions, food resources, hunting and fishing, dress and adornment, dwellings, travel and...
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Crazy Cow Trading Post, 2004. — 98 p. Covering the Northern, Central and Southern Plains, as well as the Plateau, this comprehensive craft guide shows how to recreate both the cloth and hide dresses of the 19th century, as well as the accessories worn with them. Using original texts and other period source material, the author discusses the historical background and tribal styles...
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Praeger Publishing, 2007. — 464 p. Most Americans know very little about Native America. For many, most of their knowledge comes from an amalgam of three sources - a barely remembered required history class in elementary school, Hollywood movies, and debates in the news media over casinos or sports mascots. This two-volume set deals with these issues as well as with more important...
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Firefly Books, 2011. — 256 p. Arts and Crafts of the Native American Tribes is an authoritative illustrated reference that has been carefully created to be a companion to Encyclopedia of Native Tribes of North America, not a competitive title. It examines in detail how Native American culture evolved and considers the regional similarities and differences of the arts and crafts...
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University of Texas Press, 2007. — 136 p. Biological warfare is a menacing twenty-first-century issue, but its origins extend to antiquity. While the recorded use of toxins in warfare in some ancient populations is rarely disputed (the use of arsenical smoke in China, which dates to at least 1000 BC, for example) the use of 'poison arrows' and other deadly substances by Native...
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New York: Vintage Books, 2015. — 544 p. Alvin Josephy Jr.’s groundbreaking, popular books and essays advocated for a fair and true historical assessment of Native Americans, and set the course for modern Native American studies. This collection, which includes magazine articles, speeches, a white paper, and introductions and chapters of books, gives a generous and reasoned view...
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University of Manitoba Press, 2016. — 130 p. In 1956, pioneering psychedelic researchers Abram Hoffer and Humphry Osmond were invited to join members of the Red Pheasant First Nation near North Battleford, Saskatchewan, to participate in a peyote ceremony hosted by the Native American Church. Inspired by their experience, they wrote a series of essays explaining and defending the...
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Berghahn Books, 2012. — 272 p. In Europe, Indian hobbyism, or Indianism, has developed out of a strong fascination with Native American life in the 18th and 19th centuries. "Indian hobbyists" dress in homemade replicas of clothing, craft museum-quality replicas of artifacts, meet in fields dotted with tepees and reenact aspects of North American Indian lifeworlds, using...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2006. — 516 p. In this volume some of the leading scholars working in Native North America explore contemporary perspectives on Native culture, history, and representation. Written in honor of the anthropologist Raymond D. Fogelson, the volume charts the currents of contemporary scholarship while offering an invigorating challenge to researchers in...
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Ottawa, ON: Environment Canada, 1992. — 244 p. — (Studies in Archaeology, Architecture and History Series). From the time the two groups first came into contact in the sixteenth century, Canada's native people saw design potential in a wide range of European trinkets. They took mundane objects such as glass beads, thimbles, spoons, mirrors and coins and transformed them into...
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Mineola, N.Y.: Dover Publications, 2005. — 272 p. This wonderful book is not just a recipe collection, but a passport to foraging and to surviving close to nature. It will tell you how to prepare familiar foods such as stuffed clams and corn chowder, as well as how to fix clover soup, purslane salad, fiddlehead stew, meadow mushroom pie, stewed wild rabbit with dumplings, etc....
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Routledge, 2015. — 132 p. In contemporary Indian Country, many of the people who identify as "American Indian" fall into the "urban Indian" category: away from traditional lands and communities, in cities and towns wherein the opportunities to live one's identity as Native can be restricted, and even more so for American Indian religious practice and activity. Tradition,...
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New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2005. — 160 p. Indian people settled in climates that ranged from the Arctic, where temperatures sometimes drop lower than 50 degrees below zero, to the Amazon Basin, where the weather is hot and rainy. American Indians adapted to these challenges by inventing houses and clothing that were uniquely suited to the climates where they lived, and they...
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New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2005. — 160 p. By the time European conquistadores and colonizers arrived in the Americas, starting in 1492, American Indians had already invented sophisticated hunting and fishing technology. They gathered hundreds of plants for food, fiber, and medicine, and first domesticated three-quarters of the food crops raised in the world today. Food,...
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New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2005. — 150 p. Science and Technology shows how American Indians developed science and created technology by observing the world around them. The people of Mesoamerica invented the zero, created accurate calendars, and developed writing systems. Native peoples used chemical processes to make chocolate and pottery, devised number systems, and...
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New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2005. - 150 p. Trade, Transportation, and Warfare examines the contributions American Indians have made to these areas, with an emphasis on geography, economics, and social studies. The main question that the book answers is how Indians of the Americas were connected with others inside and outside of their culture group. Fascinating coverage of...
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University of Utah Press, 2000. — 136 p. This ledger art is derived from Plains Indian biographic art. Because it recorded actual events important to the lives of individuals and groups, biographic art usually comprises naturalistic action scenes composed primarily of horses, humans, weapons, and teepees. The earliest surviving expressions of Northern Plains ledger art were drawn...
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University of Washington Press, 2001. — 344 p. The Plains region that stretches from northern Colorado to southern Alberta and from the Rockies to the western Dakotas is the land of the Cheyenne and the Blackfeet, the Crow and the Sioux. Its rolling grasslands and river valleys have nurtured human cultures for thousands of years. On cave walls, glacial boulders, and riverside...
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Milkweed Editions, 2013. — 306 p. As a botanist and professor of plant ecology, Robin Wall Kimmerer has spent a career learning how to ask questions of nature using the tools of science. As a Potawatomi woman, she learned from elders, family, and history that the Potawatomi, as well as a majority of other cultures indigenous to this land, consider plants and animals to be our...
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University Of Minnesota Press, 2013. — 272 p. — ISBN-10 0816689768; ISBN-13 978-0816689767. In The Inconvenient Indian , Thomas King offers a deeply knowing, darkly funny, unabashedly opinionated, and utterly unconventional account of Indian–White relations in North America since initial contact. Ranging freely across the centuries and the Canada–U.S. border, King debunks...
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University Of Minnesota Press, 2013. — 272 p. — ISBN-10 0816689768; ISBN-13 978-0816689767. In The Inconvenient Indian, Thomas King offers a deeply knowing, darkly funny, unabashedly opinionated, and utterly unconventional account of Indian–White relations in North America since initial contact. Ranging freely across the centuries and the Canada–U.S. border, King debunks...
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Roseway Publishing, 2018. — 128 p. Freeman Douglas Knockwood (1929 - 2018) is a highly respected Elder in Mi'kmaw Territory and one of Canada's premier addictions recovery counsellors. The story of his life is one of unimaginable colonial trauma, recovery and hope. At age 6, Knockwood was placed in the Shubenacadie Residential School, where he remained for a year and a half. Like...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1990. — 238 p. In the current surge of interest in the history and culture of the American Indian it has become obvious that detailed information about many aspects of Indian life is all but inaccessible to any but the most diligent researchers. In the matter of Indian dress there are, of course, the stereotypes worn by actors in motion pictures and...
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University of Alaska Press, 2018. — 210 p. The towns of Eagle, Circle, and Central are tucked away in the cold, rugged, and sparsely populated central-eastern interior of Alaska. These communities have fewer than three hundred residents in an area of more than 22,000 square miles. Yet they are closely linked by the Yukon River and by history itself. Through their Eyes is a glimpse...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2017. — 402 p. Directed by anthropologist Alexander Lesser in 1935, the Santa Fe Laboratory of Anthropology sponsored a field school in southwestern Oklahoma that focused on the neighboring Kiowas. During two months, graduate students compiled more than 1,300 pages of single-spaced field notes derived from cross-interviewing thirty-five Kiowas. These...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2018. — 342 p. Framed by theories of syncretism and revitalization, Religious Revitalization among the Kiowas examines changes in Kiowa belief and ritual in the final decades of the nineteenth century. During the height of the horse-and-bison culture, Kiowa beliefs were founded in the notion of daudau, a force permeating the universe that was...
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The University of North Carolina Press, 2013. — 232 p. From the late eighteenth century through the end of the Civil War, Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians bought, sold, and owned Africans and African Americans as slaves, a fact that persisted after the tribes' removal from the Deep South to Indian Territory. The tribes formulated racial and gender ideologies that justified this...
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Bristol, R.I.: Brown University, 1994. — 192 p. This volume focuses on the life of the Museum's founder, Rudolf Frederick Haffenreffer, and the processes whereby both his collections and what he called the King Philip Museum formed. With contributions by Barbara Hail, David Gregg and Ann McMullen.
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W. W. Norton & Company, 1999. — 320 p. The idea of the Native American living in perfect harmony with nature is one of the most cherished contemporary myths. But how truthful is this larger-than-life image? According to anthropologist Shepard Krech, the first humans in North America demonstrated all of the intelligence, self-interest, flexibility, and ability to make mistakes of...
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University of British Columbia Press, 1984. — 230 p. The papers in this book focus on several themes: the identification of Indian motives; the degree to which Indians were discriminating consumers and creative participants; and the extent of the native dependency on the trade. It spans the period from the seventeenth century up to and including the twentieth century. In one of...
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University of British Columbia Press, 2014. — 320 p. In September 2009, twenty-one members of the Haida Nation went to the Pitt Rivers Museum and the British Museum to work with several hundred heritage treasures. Featuring contributions from all the participants and a rich selection of illustrations, This Is Our Life details the remarkable story of the Haida Project - from the...
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Монография, первое издание 1925 г. Dover Publications; Reprint edition, 1976, 1111 pp, ISBN-13: 978-0486233680 The Indians of California, in their ethnographic present, offered the widest cultural range to be found in any area of the United States. In the north they approximated the cultures of the Northwest Coast; in the center they developed distinctive, elaborate cultures based...
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University of California Press, 1961. — 262 p. The life story of Ishi, the last Yahi Indian, lone survivor of an exterminated tribe, is unique in the annals of North American anthropology. For more than forty years, Theodora Kroeber's biography has captivated readers. Now recent advances in technology make it possible to return to print the 1976 deluxe edition, filled with plates...
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University of Arizona Press, 2009. — 364 p. Beliefs and feelings about language vary dramatically within and across Native American cultural groups and are an acknowledged part of the processes of language shift and language death. This volume samples the language ideologies of a wide range of Native American communities - from the Canadian Yukon to Guatemala - to show their...
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Routledge, 2017. — 220 p. Engaging Native American Publics considers the increasing influence of Indigenous groups as key audiences, collaborators, and authors with regards to their own linguistic documentation and representation. The chapters critically examine a variety of North American case studies to reflect on the forms and effects of new collaborations between language...
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Cornell University Press, 2012. - 256 p. The word "elegy" comes from the Ancient Greek elogos, meaning a mournful poem or song, in particular, a song of grief in response to loss. Because mourning and memorialization are so deeply embedded in the human condition, all human societies have developed means for lamenting the dead, and, in "That the People Might Live" Arnold Krupat...
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University Press of Colorado, 2011. — 360 p. Focusing on the enactment of identity in dance, Indigenous Dance and Dancing Indian is a cross-cultural, cross-ethnic, and cross-national comparison of indigenous dance practices. Considering four genres of dance in which indigenous people are represented--K'iche Maya traditional dance, powwow, folkloric dance, and dancing sports...
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Amsterdam et al.: Gordon and Breach Piblishers, 1991. — 525 p. — (Food and Nutrition in History and Anthropology. Vol. 8) The monography includes an overview of the nutrient value and use of plant foods by indigenous peoples in Canada, the descriptions and uses of plant foods as well as the comprehensive list of plant food species and nutrient values of traditional plant foods.
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Britannica Educational Publishing, 2012. — 130 p. The geographically distinct American territories of California, the Great Basin, and the Southwest have long sustained a variety of indigenous peoples, including the Miwok, Comanche, and Navajo, respectively. An examination of each of these culture areas yields rich histories filled with steadfast traditions and religious...
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Britannica Educational Publishing, 2012. — 143 p. The use of horses has perhaps most dramatically shaped the way of life for Native American tribes in the Plateau and Plains regions of North America, but the practices and traditions of both culture areas date back to a time long before Europeans ever touched American shores, introducing their animals and customs to the...
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Univ. of Manitoba Press, 2005 — 305 p. An epochal tragedy is taking place in our time with the totalitarian destruction of Aboriginal cultures. In the face of overwhelming odds, Aboriginal communities have shown remarkable resources for creative resistance. In the process, they are challenging the concept of democracy as it is practised in Canada. In "Like the Sound of a Drum",...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. — 344 p. Francis La Flesche (1857-1932), Omaha Indian and anthropologist with the Bureau of American Ethnology, published an enormous body of work on the religion of the Osage Indians, all gathered from the most knowledgeable Osage religious leaders of their day. Yet his writings have been largely overlooked because they were published...
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Texas A&M University Press, 1998. — 288 p. Historian David La Vere has culled from the Indian-Pioneer Histories housed in the Indian Archives of the Oklahoma Historical Society in Oklahoma City a wealth of vivid detail about life among the former Texas Indian peoples. The oral histories that make up this collection were gathered during the Great Depression by the Works Progress...
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Franklin Watts, 1996. — 64 p. — (A First Book). — ISBN 0-531-20226-7. Describes the life of the Indians who established villages in the area of Lake Huron where there were forests, rivers, and favorable conditions for growing crops.
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Third edition, revised. — Anchorage, Alaska: Greatland Graphics, 1993. — ISBN 0-936425-17-2. Where in Alaska can you find mummies? How could Aleut hunters capture whales while staying home sick in bed? Why were totem poles built? Who settled fights with a duel of singing? Why would an Inupiat woman offer a drink of water to a dead whale? You will be able to answer these and other...
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Westport, Connecticut—London: Greenwood Press, 1996. — 261 p. Лэнджер Дж. Говард. Афоризмы северо-американских индейцев (на англ. яз.) Contents: Introduction. American Indian Quotations. Anonymous Quotations, Prayers, and Proverbs. Author Index. Subject and Key Word Index. Tribe Index.
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Tuscaloosa, Alabama: The University of Alabama Press, 2008. — 245 pp. — ISBN 978-0-8173-1610-5. The chapters in this book are demonstrations of the multidisciplinary approach to the study of prehistory. Each is a study of a particular problem of missing knowledge and understanding, and the arena is the prehistory of the Native American societies of the Eastern Woodlands and...
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Tuscaloosa, Alabama: The University of Alabama Press, 2007. — 303 pp. — ISBN 978-0-8173-1568-9. Modern Westerners say the lights in the sky are stars, but culturally they are whatever we humans say they are. Some say they are Forces that determine human lives, some declare they are burning gaseous masses, and some see them as reminders of a gloried past by which elders can...
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Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. — 192 p. No one knows for certain just when the bow and arrow came into use in America, but they were in use from the far North to the tip of South America when Europeans first arrived. Over the hemisphere the equipment ranged from very poor to excellent, with the finest bows of all being made in the Northwest of North America. Some of...
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Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. — 192 p. No one knows for certain just when the bow and arrow came into use in America, but they were in use from the far North to the tip of South America when Europeans first arrived. Over the hemisphere the equipment ranged from very poor to excellent, with the finest bows of all being made in the Northwest of North America. Some of...
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Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1977. — 576 p. Many thousands of persons here and abroad have been introduced to authentic Indian dancing through the Laubin’s dance concerts, lectures, and seminars. Their admirers, as well as other dancers, anthropologists, historians, students of Indian culture, and Indians themselves, will welcome this informative and richly illustrated...
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2nd edition. — Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1989. — 384 p. When the first edition of this book was published in 1957, the art of making a tipi was almost lost, even among American Indians. Since that time a tremendous resurgence of interest in the Indian way of life has occurred, resurgence due in part, at least, to the Laubins' life-long efforts at preservation and...
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University of Alabama Press, 2009. — 273 p. The Indians of northeastern North America are known to us primarily through reports and descriptions written by European explorers, clergy, and settlers, and through archaeological evidence. An additional invaluable source of information is the interpretation of rock art images and their relationship to native peoples for recording...
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McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1954. — 248 p. First published in 1954, Robert H. Lowie's "Indians of the Plains" surveys in a lucid and concise fashion the history and culture of the Indian tribes between the Mississippi and the Rocky Mountains. The author visited various tribes from 1906 to 1931, observing them carefully, participating in their lifeways, studying their...
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McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1954. — 248 p. First published in 1954, Robert H. Lowie's "Indians of the Plains" surveys in a lucid and concise fashion the history and culture of the Indian tribes between the Mississippi and the Rocky Mountains. The author visited various tribes from 1906 to 1931, observing them carefully, participating in their lifeways, studying their...
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McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1954. — 248 p. First published in 1954, Robert H. Lowie's "Indians of the Plains" surveys in a lucid and concise fashion the history and culture of the Indian tribes between the Mississippi and the Rocky Mountains. The author visited various tribes from 1906 to 1931, observing them carefully, participating in their lifeways, studying their...
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Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, 1924. — 144 p. Ethnographycal material for Moapa and Shivwits Paiute; the Paviotso of Pyramid Lake, Fallon, and Lovelocks, Nevada; the Ute of Navaho Springs, of Ignacio, Colorado, and of Whiterocks, Utah; and the Wind River Shoshoni of Wyoming.
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Springer International Publishing, 2018. — 85 p. In 1916, Lucy Thompson, an indigenous woman from Northwestern California, published To the American Indian: Reminiscences of a Yurok Woman . The first book to be published by a member of the California Yurok tribe, it offers an autobiographical view of the intricacies of life in the tribe at the dawn of the twentieth century, as...
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Springer International Publishing, 2018. — 85 p. In 1916, Lucy Thompson, an indigenous woman from Northwestern California, published To the American Indian: Reminiscences of a Yurok Woman . The first book to be published by a member of the California Yurok tribe, it offers an autobiographical view of the intricacies of life in the tribe at the dawn of the twentieth century, as...
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Macdonald Educational, 1978. — 48 p. — (Surviving Peoples). — ISBN 0-382-06303-1. Indians have been living on the Plains of the US and Canada for thousands of years. This book describes their way of life, both past and present. It includes: - Horses and guns - The buffalo hunt - Tipis and tents - Bands and tribes - Secret warrior societies - The war-path and weapons - Children and...
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Kansas City: Prayer Efficacy Publishing, 2012. — 544 p. The first-ever study of North American Indian medicine powers to be published. Long ignored as merely superstition, senior anthropologist William Lyon utilizes the recent "greatest discovery in the history of physics" that challenges this assumption. The book covers not only the wide diversity of their medicine powers, but...
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University of British Columbia Press, 1989. — 96 p. This book is drawn from Haida Monumental Art, the most important work yet published on Haida culture. Chiefs of the Sea and Sky presents an overview of extensive research carried out by archeologist George MacDonald in the 1960s and 1970s to document the history of the Haida villages of the Queen Charlotte Islands. In this...
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Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. — 265 p. This transnational collection discusses the use of Native American imagery in twentieth and twenty-first-century European culture. With examples ranging from Irish oral myth, through the pop image of Indians promulgated in pornography, to the philosophical appropriations of Ernst Bloch or the European far right, contributors illustrate the legend...
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Anthem Press, 2018. — 354 p. “Decolonizing the Diet” challenges the common claim that native American communities were decimated after 1492 because they lived in “virgin soils” that were distinct from those in the Old World. Comparing the European transition from Paleolithic hunting and gathering with native American subsistence strategies before and after 1492, this book offers a...
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Marlowe & Company, 1993. — 544 p. This sweeping overview illuminates the Pueblo Indians, who have retained more of their traditional lifestyle than any other North American tribe. Here are the Hopi, the Zuni, the Laguna, the Acoma, and the numerous Rio Grande River Pueblos, including the spectacular Taos. Thomas E. Mails (1920-2001) is an artist, a Lutheran minister, and the...
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Prentice Hall; Routledge, 1973. — 384 p. During the years between 1750 and 1850, the Plains Indian nations achieved a way of life rich and sophisticated in its every dimension: religion, heritage, tradition, government, family life, social life, crafts, hunting skills and warfare. Along with these accomplishments came a profusion of splendid ceremonies, costumes and regalia...
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New York: Marlowe & Company, 2002. — 620 p. "The Mystic Warriors of the Plains" offers readers an extraordinarily detailed view of the daily activities of the peoples of the North American plains, including the Sioux, Cheyenne, Pawnee, Nez Perce, Comanche, and many others. Used by Kevin Costner as a resource text for the motion picture "Dances with Wolves", this is an...
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New York: Marlowe & Company, 2002. — 620 p. "The Mystic Warriors of the Plains" offers readers an extraordinarily detailed view of the daily activities of the peoples of the North American plains, including the Sioux, Cheyenne, Pawnee, Nez Perce, Comanche, and many others. Used by Kevin Costner as a resource text for the motion picture "Dances with Wolves", this is an...
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Praeger, 2006. — 152 p. "Daughters of Mother Earth" is nothing less than a new way of looking at history - or more correctly, the reestablishment of a very old way. It holds that for too long, elements unnatural to Native American ways of knowing have been imposed on the study of Native America. Euro-American discourse styles, emphasizing elite male privilege and conceptual...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1989. — 428 p. Called "Her Majesty" because of her resemblance to Queen Victoria and known as "the measuring woman" among the Indians whose land allotments she administered, Alice Fletcher (1838-1923) commanded respect from both friend and foe. She was the foremost woman anthropologist in the United States in the nineteenth century and instrumental in...
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University of California Press, 1982. — 240 p. A brilliant book which deals with the complex relationship between American Indians and animals, as it changed through time. Martin argues that an aboriginal ecosystem... was destroyed by 'European disease, Christianity and the fur trade,' and the symbiosis which had existed between hunters and their game turned into an adversary...
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Yale University Press, 1999. — 256 p. From Native Americans, Europeans learned about corn and beans, toboggans and canoes, and finding their way around an unfamiliar landscape. Yet the Europeans learned what they wished to learn-not necessarily what the natives actually meant by their stories and their lives-says Calvin Luther Martin in this unique and powerfully insightful...
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Princeton University Press, 2005. — 488 p. — ISBN 0-691-11345-9. The burnt-red badlands of Montana's Hell Creek are a vast graveyard of the Cretaceous dinosaurs that lived 68 million years ago. Those hills were, much later, also home to the Sioux, the Crows, and the Blackfeet, the first people to encounter the dinosaur fossils exposed by the elements. What did Native Americans...
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Princeton University Press, 2007. — 488 p. The burnt-red badlands of Montana's Hell Creek are a vast graveyard of the Cretaceous dinosaurs that lived 68 million years ago. Those hills were, much later, also home to the Sioux, the Crows, and the Blackfeet, the first people to encounter the dinosaur fossils exposed by the elements. What did Native Americans make of these stone...
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Vero Beach, Florida: Rourke Publications, 1992. — 31 p. — (Native American People). — ISBN 0-86625-394-7. Examines the history, culture, and present-day status of the Ottawa Indians, one of the Northeast Woodland tribes of the Great Lakes.
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Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1940. — 338 p. The author of an important book describing the Osage in Kansas and Oklahoma, Victor Tixier was born in the French village of Clermont-Ferrand on March 24, 1815. As a young man he studied medicine in Paris. When ill health interrupted his studies, he decided that travel might speed his recovery and determined to visit America. He...
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Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2004. — 400 p. Since "Native Peoples and Cultures of Canada" was first published in 1988, its two editions have sold some 30,000 copies, and it is widely used as the basic text in colleges and universities across the country. Now retitled, this comprehensive book still provides an overview of all the Aboriginal groups in Canada. Incorporating the...
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University of Texas Press, 2009. — 366 p. — ISBN10 0292718780. Examining the place names, geographical knowledge, and cultural associations of the Kiowa from the earliest recorded sources to the present, "Kiowa Ethnogeography" is the most in-depth study of its kind in the realm of Plains Indian tribal analysis. Linking geography to political and social changes, William Meadows...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2014. — 472 p. Warrior culture has long been an important facet of Plains Indian life. For Kiowa Indians, military societies have special significance. They serve not only to honor veterans and celebrate and publicize martial achievements but also to foster strong role models for younger tribal members. To this day, these societies serve to maintain...
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Austin: University of Texas Press, 1999. — 528 p. For many Plains Indians, being a warrior and veteran has long been the traditional pathway to male honor and status. Men and boys formed military societies to celebrate victories in war, to perform community service, and to prepare young men for their role as warriors and hunters. By preserving cultural forms contained in song,...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2016. — 198 p. In "People of the Saltwater", Charles R. Menzies explores the history of an ancient Tsimshian community, focusing on the people and their enduring place in the modern world. The Gitxaała Nation has called the rugged north coast of British Columbia home for millennia, proudly maintaining its territory and traditional way of life. "People...
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Smithsonian Institution Press, 2002. — 357 p. — (Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, №. 44) This collection of 31 essays and one bibliographic compilation is presented as a festschrift for William Curtis Sturtevant. Since 1956 a research anthropologist, and, since 1965, a museum curator, at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C, Sturtevant is one of the world's...
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University of Nebraska Press. 1998. — 213 p. Ten leading Native scholars examine the state of scholarly research and writing on Native Americans. Their distinctive perspectives and telling arguments lend clarity to the heated debate about the purpose and direction of Native American scholarship. All too frequently, Native Americans have little control over how they and their...
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University of Manitoba Press, 1996. — 228 p. "From diversity comes strength and wisdom": this was the guiding principle for selecting the articles in this collection. Because there is no single voice, identity, history, or cultural experience that represents the women of the First Nations, a realistic picture will have many facets. Accordingly, the authors in Women of the First...
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2009, p 356 - Analyze and synthesize sources identifying the Ohlone/Costanoan tribal groups that inhabited [federal] parklands in San Francisco and San Mateo Counties prior to Spanish colonization, and… document the cultural ties among these earlier native people and members of the present-day community of Ohlone/Costanoans
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Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 1994. — xxiv, 411 p. : ill., maps. Until now few people have been aware of the prevalence of belief in some form of rebirth or reincarnation among North American native peoples. This collection of essays by anthropologists and one psychiatrist examines this concept among native American societies, from near the time of contact until the...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1992. — 65 p. The Plains Indians have entered into American mythology as fierce nomadic warriors who cared more about personal honor than about the outcome of any larger conflict. This representation of them, so attractive because it supports the idea of nobility in defeat, is countered by Bernard Mishkin in his classic study. Mishkin examines the...
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University of Pittsburgh Press, 2014. — 248 p. In "Plateau Indian Ways with Words", Barbara Monroe makes visible the arts of persuasion of the Plateau Indians, whose ancestral grounds stretch from the Cascades to the Rockies, revealing a chain of cultural identification that predates the colonial period and continues to this day. Culling from hundreds of student writings from...
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Arsenal Pulp Press, 2007. — 170 p. The captivating story of Mary John (who passed away in 2004), a pioneering Carrier Native whose life on the Stoney Creek reserve in central BC is a capsule history of First Nations life from a unique woman's perspective. A mother of twelve, Mary endured much tragedy and heartbreak–the pangs of racism, poverty, and the deaths of six children–but...
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Second Edition — UBC Press, 2004. — 156 p. "The First Nations of British Columbia" provides an up-to-date, concise, and accessible overview of First Nations' peoples, cultures, and issues. This updated edition contains new information on plant management, wage labor, the Nisga's agreement, and the discovery in Northwestern B.C. of a frozen 600-year-old man. The appendices,...
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Duke University Press, 2001. — 240 p. In the early twentieth century, a group of elite East coast women turned to the American Southwest in search of an alternative to European-derived concepts of culture. In Culture in the Marketplace Molly H. Mullin provides a detailed narrative of the growing influence that this network of women had on the Native American art market - as well...
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DK Publishing, 2005. - 72 pages. Here is an original and exciting guide to the fascinating civilizations of North American Indians. Superb, full-color photographs offer a unique and revealing eyewitness view of this rich culture. See a necklace made of bear claws, a model of a Blackfeet teepee, a false face made from cornhusks, how fish were trapped in a basket, and a Cheyenne...
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DK Children Books, 1995. — 64 p. Discover the rich cultures of Native Americans - from the Pueblo-dwellers of the Southwest to the Intuit hunters of the frozen North. Here is an original and exciting new guide to the fascinating civilizations of North American Indians. Superb, full-color photographs offer a unique and revealing "eyewitness" view of this rich culture. See a...
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Ethnology, Vol. 19, No. 2 (Apr., 1980), pp. 129-149. Published by: University of Pittsburgh- Of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education, p 22. Ethnological material for Tenino Indians.
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Oxford University Press, 1990. — 432 p. For many people, Native American architecture calls to mind the wigwam, tipi, iglu, and pueblo. Yet the richly diverse building traditions of Native Americans encompass much more, including specific structures for sleeping, working, worshipping, meditating, playing, dancing, lounging, giving birth, decision-making, cleansing, storing and...
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Penguin Books, 2006. — 368 p. From the author of "How the World Moves". A revelatory new look at the hallowed, diverse, and threatened landscapes of the American Indian. For thousands of years, Native Americans have told stories about the powers of revered landscapes and sought spiritual direction at mysterious places in their homelands. In this important book, respected scholar...
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UBC Press, 2003. — 328 p. Based on three years of ethnographic research in the Yukon, this book examines contemporary efforts to restructure the relationship between aboriginal peoples and the state in Canada. Although it is widely held that land claims and co-management - two of the most visible and celebrated elements of this restructuring - will help reverse centuries of...
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Oxford University Press, 1997. — 320 p. Does activism matter? This book answers with a clear "yes." "American Indian Ethnic Renewal" traces the growth of the American Indian population over the past forty years, when the number of Native Americans grew from fewer than one-half million in 1950 to nearly 2 million in 1990. This quadrupling of the American Indian population cannot be...
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New World Library, 2016. — 192 p. The genius of the Native Americans has always been their profound spirituality and their deep understanding of the land and its ways. For three decades, author Kent Nerburn has lived and worked among the Native American people. "Voices in the Stones" is a unique collection of his encounters, experiences, and reflections during that time. He takes...
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Pacific Palisades, California: Goodyear Publishing Company, Inc., 1974. — 278 p. — (Goodyear Regional Anthropology Series). — ISBN 0-87620-624-0. A concise introduction to the varied aboriginal cultures of North American Indians. Professor Newcomb describes the basic characteristics of nine North American cultural systems—covering their origins and cultural development, biological...
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Time-Life Books, 1995. — 184 p. — (American Indians Series). Discusses the northernmost Indians and the mixed-race Metis. History, customs, mythology, and lore of the continent's first inhabitants are inter-woven in this rich new look at our Native American heritage. Lavishly illustrated with full-color photographs, paintings, drawings, and artifacts.
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National Museum of American Indian, 2018. — 272 p. How much do you really know about totem poles, tipis, and Tonto? There are hundreds of Native tribes in the Americas, and there may be thousands of misconceptions about Native customs, culture, and history. In this illustrated guide, experts from Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian debunk common myths and answer...
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State University of New York Press, 2010. — 187 p. Ever since first contact with Europeans, American Indian stories about how the world is have been regarded as interesting objects of study, but also as childish and savage, philosophically curious and ethically monstrous. Using the writings of early ethnographers and cultural anthropologists, early narratives told or written by...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2013. — 480 p. Coming Full Circle is an interdisciplinary exploration of the relationships between spirituality and health in several contemporary Coast Salish and Chinook communities in western Washington from 1805 to 2005. Suzanne Crawford O’Brien examines how these communities define what it means to be healthy, and how recent tribal...
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University of California Press, 1962. — 94 p. The situation on the American Plains, where a relatively recent lifeway was crystallizing around the horse and the buffalo in the years between 1600 and 1880, offers a useful natural laboratory in which a number of modern anthropological ideas can be tested. Ruth Underhill has provided a neat summary statement of the basic Plains...
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Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1971. — 94 p. It is surprising how little attention has been given to the subject of porcupine quill decoration in the study of American Indian arts; only a few articles have been devoted to this unique application of one of nature's more remarkable crafts resources. Rare indeed, are those who recognize that this is a singularly...
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Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1971. — 94 p. It is surprising how little attention has been given to the subject of porcupine quill decoration in the study of American Indian arts; only a few articles have been devoted to this unique application of one of nature's more remarkable crafts resources. Rare indeed, are those who recognize that this is a singularly...
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7th Edition — McGraw-Hill Mayfield, 2002. — 576 p. This Land Was Theirs examines the traditional and contemporary lifeways of twelve North American Indian tribes. Ranging from the Netsilik hunters who straddle the Arctic Circle to the Natchez farmers of the lower Mississippi River area, the tribes represent each culture area and various levels of socioeconomic complexity among...
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Continuum International Publishing Group, 2009. — 214 p. Native Americans and Canadians are largely romanticised or sidelined figures in modern society. Their spirituality has been appropriated on a relatively large scale by Europeans and non-Native Americans, with little concern for the diversity of Native American opinions. Suzanne Owen offers an insight into appropriation that...
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Weiser Books, 2005. — 352 p. One summer in the 1980s, theoretical physicist F. David Peat went to a Blackfoot Sun Dance ceremony. Having spent all of his life steeped in and influenced by linear Western science, he was entranced by the Native American worldview and, through dialogue circles between scientists and native elders, he began to explore it in greater depth. Blackfoot...
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Weiser Books, 2005. — 352 p. One summer in the 1980s, theoretical physicist F. David Peat went to a Blackfoot Sun Dance ceremony. Having spent all of his life steeped in and influenced by linear Western science, he was entranced by the Native American worldview and, through dialogue circles between scientists and native elders, he began to explore it in greater depth. Blackfoot...
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University of Washington Press, 1992. — 376 p. Co-curator Penney has written this catalog for an exhibition of Pohrt and Chandlers renowned collection of Woodlands, Great Lakes, Prairie, and Plains culture artistry. In a series of introductory essays, Penney shows how white-Indian contact influenced the production, use, and meaning of art in the 19th century, especially in...
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Columbia University Press, 2001. — 320 p. — (The Columbia Guides to American Indian History and Culture). Though they speak several different languages and organize themselves into many distinct tribes, the Native American peoples of the Southeast share a complex ancient culture and a tumultuous history. This volume examines and synthesizes their history through each of its...
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University of Texas Press, 1997. — 344 p. First published in 1992 and now updated with a new preface by the author and a foreword by Thomas R. Hester, "The Caddo Nation" investigates the early contacts between the Caddoan peoples of the present-day Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas region and Europeans, including the Spanish, French, and some Euro-Americans. Perttula's...
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Routledge, 2011. — 221 p. In this extraordinary book Josephine Peters, a respected northern California Indian elder and Native healer, shares her vast, lifelong cultural and plant knowledge. The book begins with Josephine's personal and tribal history and gathering ethics. Josephine then instructs the reader in medicinal and plant food preparations and offers an illustrated...
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Archon Books, 1995. — 218 p. Written works and paintings by observers of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara peoples of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries traditionally focused on the role of men. In Women of the Earth Lodges , Virginia Peters uses women's accounts, myths and creation stories, and anthropological and archaeological data to examine the influence and vitality of...
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University of Toronto Press, 2018. — 267 p. — (The Canada 150 Collection). — ISBN 10 080207717X, 13 978-0802077172. Inuit of northern Canada have a rich oral tradition in their ancient languages and a more recent tradition of written English. Penny Petrone traces the two paths that link the cultural past of arctic peoples with its expression in the present day. The book's first...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2011. — 376 p. Issues of identity figure prominently in Native North American communities, mediating their histories, traditions, culture, and status. This is certainly true of the Mi’kmaq people of Nova Scotia, whose lives on reserves create highly complex economic, social, political, and spiritual realities. This ethnography investigates identity...
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G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1969. — 264 p. The American Indian of the Northern Plains has impressed the world with his magnificent eagle feather warbonnet, his ability to ride bareback at breakneck speeds. In modern times he has had great influence on Indians in other parts of the country. Today, among most tribes, to be Indian is synonymous with being a Plains Indian. But it was not...
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G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1971. — 232 p. On the vast, wide-open spaces of the southern Great Plains nomad Indian tribes created a culture based on their needs and ways of life. Then the federal government, forever pushing the Indians hither and yonder, relocated various tribes to what was then called Indian Territory, now the state of Oklahoma. As author William K. Powers reveals in...
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ABC-Clio, 1998. — 895 p. — ISBN-13 978-087436836 This landmark two volume source ranks as one of the field's most comprehensive guides to Native American studies, offering historical, cultural, and modern reference, supporting a complete range of research. The history, culture, and present state of Native America is revealed, explored, and explained in this, the most comprehensive...
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Charles University in Prague, Karolinum Press, 2017. — 234 p. The collective monograph Identity, Tradition and Revitalization of American Indian Cultures focuses on revitalization of traditional culture and contemporary approach to native identity, culture and art of American Indians. It strives to describe various aspects of native identity from the anthropologic perspective and...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1970. — 572 p. This classic work on the Winnebago Indian tribe remains the single best authority on the subject. Based on Paul Radin's field work in 1908-13, The Winnebago Tribe was originally published as an annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1923. It is distinguished by a number of first-person accounts by Winnebago informants and...
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Natural Heritage/Natural History Inc., 2002. — 192 p. More than 400 rock paintings adorn the Canadian Shield from Quebec, across Ontario and as far west as Saskatchewan. The pictographs are the legacy of the Algonkian-speaking Cree and Ojibway, whose roots may extend to the beginnings of human occupancy in the region almost 10,000 years ago. Archaeologist Grace Rajnovich spent...
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Pasadena: Salem Press, 2000. — 718 p. Numerous American Indian tribes are surveyed from ancient times to the twentieth century in this reference collection. The coverage beings with overview essays on the ten major cultural/geographical areas: Arctic, California, Great Basin, Northeast, Northwest Coast, Plains, Plateau, Southeast, Southwest, and Subarctic. These are followed by...
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University of Iowa Press, 1992. — 320 p. Robin Ridington has been studying the Dunne-za, or Beaver Indians, of British Columbia, for more than twenty years. "Trail to Heaven" is as much his autobiography as it is ethnography. In the jargon of the new ethnography, it is a shared discourse, in which he translates the personal narratives and traditional stories of his Dunne-za...
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Oxford University Press, 2011. — 440 p. When Did Indians Become Straight? explores the complex relationship between contested U.S. notions of normality and shifting forms of Native American governance and self-representation. Examining a wide range of texts (including captivity narratives, fiction, government documents, and anthropological tracts), Mark Rifkin offers a cultural...
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Palgrave Macmillan, 2000. — 332 p. The term 'berdache' is a little-known, rarely discussed reference to Native American individuals who embodied both genders - what some might classify as 'the third sex.' Berdaches were known to combine male and female social roles with traits unique to their status as a third gender, defying and redefining traditional notions of...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1992. — 232 p. Among the aspects of Powhatan life that Helen Rountree describes in vivid detail are hunting and agriculture, territorial claims, warfare and treatment of prisoners, physical appearance and dress, construction of houses and towns, education of youths, initiation rites, family and social structure and customs, the nature of rulers,...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1989. — 257 p. Seekers after wisdom have always been drawn to American Indian ritual and symbol. This history of two nineteenth-century Dreamer-Prophets, Smohalla and Skolaskin, will interest those who seek a better understanding of the traditional Native American commitment to Mother Earth, visionary experiences drawn from ceremony, and the promise...
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New York: Oxford University Press, 2010. — 416 p. When Ishi, "the last wild Indian," came out of hiding in August 1911, he was quickly whisked away by train to San Francisco to meet Alfred Kroeber, one of the fathers of American anthropology. When Kroeber and Ishi came face to face, it was a momentous event, not only for each man but also for the cultures they represented. Each...
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University of Arizona Press, 2012. — 185 p. "Eating is not only a political act, it is also a cultural act that reaffirms one’s identity and worldview," Enrique Salmón writes in Eating the Landscape. Traversing a range of cultures, including the Tohono O’odham of the Sonoran Desert and the Rarámuri of the Sierra Tarahumara, the book is an illuminating journey through the...
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Westview Press, 1997. — 176 p. This guide to the Native Americans of the Southwest is a concise but comprehensive introduction that gives readers a sound anthropological and historical background to the area and fosters an appreciation of the Native American peoples who continue to make the Southwest their home. The authors offer individual sections on the main prehistoric and...
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Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1953. — pp. 397-484. — (Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin; Vol. 151. Anthropological Paper; No. 41). The purposes of this study of the Wind River Shoshone Sun Dance are to broaden existing knowledge of the past and present forms of the ceremony among these people, to trace its history, and to outline the social and...
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Johns Hopkins University Press, 2017. — 232 p. What did it mean, Rebecca K. Shrum asks, for people - long-accustomed to associating reflective surfaces with ritual and magic - to became as familiar with how they looked as they were with the appearance of other people? Fragmentary histories tantalize us with how early Americans - people of Native, European, and African descent -...
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University of Alabama Press, 2015. — 240 p. Contemporary indigenous peoples in North America confront a unique predicament. While they are reclaiming their historic status as sovereign nations, mainstream popular culture continues to depict them as cultural minorities similar to other ethnic Americans. These depictions of indigenous peoples as “Native Americans” complete the...
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Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2001. — 346 p. For the Ute Indians, who have occupied parts of the present-day Four Corners area of the United States since 1000 C.E., the traditional lifestyle was that of mobile hunter-gatherers, environmentally and seasonally sensitive to their world. Simmons carefully researched and here documents how their culture was severely...
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University Press of New England, 1986. — 343 p. Spanning three centuries, this collection traces the historical evolution of legends, folktales, and traditions of four major native American groups from their earliest encounters with European settlers to the present. The book is based on some 240 folklore texts gathered from early colonial writings, newspapers, magazines, diaries,...
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Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2011. — 202 p. Groundbreaking historical scholarship on the complex attitudes and expressions concerning gender and sexual roles in Native American culture. Prior to the arrival of Europeans in the New World, Native Americans across the continent had developed richly complex attitudes and forms of expression concerning gender and...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2009. — 374 p. This interdisciplinary and international collection of essays illuminates the importance and effects of Indigenous perspectives for museums. The contributors challenge and complicate the traditionally close colonialist connections between museums and nation-states and urge more activist and energized roles for museums in the decades...
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Crabtree Publishing Company, 2003. — 32 p. — (Native nations of North America series). — ISBN 0-7787-0372-X. This book introduces children to the traditional lifestyles of Native nations who lived in the western Great Lakes region, as well as the impact of colonization on Native peoples.
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University of California Press, 2008. — 304 p. This innovative cultural history examines wide-ranging issues of religion, politics, and identity through an analysis of the American Indian Ghost Dance movement and its significance for two little-studied tribes: the Shoshones and Bannocks. The Ghost Dance has become a metaphor for the death of American Indian culture, but as Gregory...
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Simon and Schuster, 2014. — 64 p. The hunting practices of Native Americans differed throughout North and South America. Some hunted with bows and arrows, others with spears and clubs, and still others with snares and traps. This book discusses the ways in which Native Americans hunted in different regions, the weapons they used, and the types of animals that were hunted. It also...
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Simon and Schuster, 2014. — 64 p. The tools and weapons used by Native American tribes were not just functional. Often, these tools and weapons were created during a special ceremony or ritual, so there was a spiritual significance to them as well. Shamans or medicine men would bless such items in the hope that they would serve their owners well. This book discusses the primary...
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W. W. Norton Company, 2005. — 368 p. Captured in the hills of northern California in 1911, Ishi, the last stone-age Indian in North America, was brought to San Francisco by the famous anthropologist Alfred Kroeber, and became a living museum display until his death five years later. Ishi's Brain is a first-person account by anthropologist Orin Starn, who sought to unravel the...
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State University of New York Press, 2013. — 212 p. Native Peoples of North America is intended to be an introductory text about the Native peoples of North America (primarily the United States and Canada) presented from an anthropological perspective. As such, the text is organized around anthropological concepts such as language, kinship, marriage and family life, political and...
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3rd Printing — Paulist Press, 1983. — 142 p. With more experience in the field than most academic scholars can ever hope to attain... Steltenkamp "deliberately eschews the scholarly format" ( American Indian Quarterly ). This style provides readers clearer access to real-life sentiments and behaviors which exist within Native America today. The author, whose doctoral degree is in...
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University of Utah Press, 2002. — 362 p. This volume constitutes one of the earliest and most comprehensive ethnographic reconnaissance of the Western Shoshoni and some of their Northern Paiute, Ute, and Southern Paiute neighbors of the Great Basin. At the same time, it tries to ascertain the types of Shoshonean sociopolitical groups and to discover their ecological and social...
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Vancouver, BC.: Douglas & McIntyre, 1982. — 181 p. : ill. First published in 1977 and unavailable for several years, Indian Fishing is more than a sterile account of the technology of fishing; it considers the momentous role of fish and fishing in the lives of the Northwest Coast peoples. A classic, thoroughly researched and informative text, it examines fishing techniques of the...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2009. - 384 p. A common stereotype about American Indians is that for centuries they lived in stataic harmony with nature in a pristine wilderness that remained unchanged until European colonization. Omer C. Stewart was one of the first anthropologists to recognize that Native Americans made significant impact across a wide range of environments....
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1993. — 454 p. In this definitive work - a product of more than half a century of research and close observation - the noted anthropologist Omer C. Stewart provides a sweeping reconstruction of the rise of peyotism and the Native American Church. Although it is commonly known that the modern peyote religion became formalized around 1880 in western...
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University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006. - 296 p. American Indian Rhetorics of Survivance presents an original critical and theoretical analysis of American Indian rhetorical practices in both canonical and previously overlooked texts: autobiographies, memoirs, prophecies, and oral storytelling traditions. Ernest Stromberg assembles essays from a range of academic disciplines that...
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Continuum, 2003. — 256 p. This volume contains insightful essays on significant spiritual moments in eight different Native American cultures: Absaroke/Crow, Creek/Muskogee, Lakota, Mescalero Apache, Navajo, Tlingit, Yup’ik, and Yurok.
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University of Nebraska Press, 2010. — 168 p. Eleanor Baxter, Alice Saunsoci, and Hawate (Wenona Caramony) are female elders of the Omaha Tribe in Macy, in the northeast corner of Nebraska. All three grew up on the Omaha reservation, moved away in later life, and held careers outside the reservation. Yet all returned to their community, bringing the skills they learned in the...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2009. — 208 p. Striking color images depict traditional lifeways and the pain of imprisonment During the 1870s, Cheyenne and Kiowa prisoners of war at Fort Marion, Florida, graphically recorded their responses to incarceration in drawings that conveyed both the present reality of imprisonment and nostalgic memories of home. Now a leading authority on...
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Salamander Books, 1998. — 128 p. This one-of-a-kind book reveals the lives of the North American Plains Indians through the most vital aspect of their art - the beautiful and functional objects made from deer and buffalo, the creatures that were essential to their lives. Presented in full image and exquisite detail, these items of clothing, furnishings, robes, blankets, and...
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Verlag für Amerikanistik, 1993. — 92 p. A careful analysis of the embellishment of ritual costumes, of patterns on shirts, leggings, and moccasins. Highly inspiring interpretations on the spiritual basis of arts and crafts of Native Americans. Colin F. Taylor , PhD (1937-2004), was a senior lecturer at Hastings College of Arts and Technology, England, and a writer, lecturer, and...
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Salamander Books Ltd., 2002. — 416 p. This comprehensive volume presents a detailed look, region by region, at the history and traditions of all the tribes of native North America. It's a stunning value for such a thorough survey of Native American lives and experiences, with sections on the development, technology, manufacture, and use of weapons and tools, plus fascinating...
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Salamander Books, 1994. — 256 p. A fascinating, heavily illustrated study of the life and customs of the Plains tribes. It covers the many different tribes - Blackfoot, Cheyenne, Sioux, Comanche, Crow - and discusses the cultural diversity among them: their world views, inter-tribal warfare, language, mythology, songs, and religions.
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Salamander Books, 1991. — 256 p. The Native American looks back at the way of life of the first Americans. Divided into nine cultural areas, it draw particular attention - through the medium of 38 superb artifact spreads - to the ways in which some of the early inhabitants adapted to living in widely varying environments, from the Arctic to the Southwest. Over 1000 tribal...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2017. — 224 p. "Salish Blankets" presents a new perspective on Salish weaving through technical and anthropological lenses. Worn as ceremonial robes, the blankets are complex objects said to preexist in the supernatural realm and made manifest in the natural world through ancestral guidance. The blankets are protective garments that at times of great...
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University of North Carolina Press, 2019. — 162 p. In this in-depth interdisciplinary study, Jenny Tone-Pah-Hote reveals how Kiowa people drew on the tribe's rich history of expressive culture to assert its identity at a time of profound challenge. Examining traditional forms such as beadwork, metalwork, painting, and dance, Tone-Pah-Hote argues that their creation and exchange...
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University of North Carolina Press, 2019. — 162 p. In this in-depth interdisciplinary study, Jenny Tone-Pah-Hote reveals how Kiowa people drew on the tribe's rich history of expressive culture to assert its identity at a time of profound challenge. Examining traditional forms such as beadwork, metalwork, painting, and dance, Tone-Pah-Hote argues that their creation and exchange...
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Michigan State University Press, 1998. — 326 p. A fascinating compilation of original sources recounting the history, culture, and societies of Native American groups of the Great Columbia Plateau. Edited and annotated by award-winning writer Clifford E. Trafzer, this is a magnificent collection of oral stories of the Yakama, Nez Perce, Whisram, Klickitat, as well as several other...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. — 400 p. The Shoshoni Indians have never, until now, found their biographer. This long-overdue volume at last brings their history into focus. Perhaps it is the nature of the Shoshonis - “a friend, always a friend” - which has caused them to be overlooked by historians. Washakie, their great chieftain of the nineteenth century, suffered...
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Smithsonian Institution Press, 1982. — 222 p. Much of our knowledge of the ethnology, material culture, and prehistory of the Plains of the United States can be linked with the careers and careful research of the Smithsonian's John C. Ewers and Waldo R. Wedel. Following their retirement, the Smithsonian chose to recognize their outstanding contributions to science by sponsoring...
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University of Chicago Press, 1972. — 312 p. Among the topics considered in this classic study are world origins and supernatural powers, attitudes toward the dead, the medicine man and shaman, hunting and gathering rituals, war and planting ceremonies, and newer religions, such as the Ghost Dance and the Peyote Religion. Ruth M. Underhill (1883-1884) is a graduate of Vassar...
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Bureau of Indian Affairs - Education Division, 1941. — 78 p. Explores the origins and customs of the Paiute Indians and life on their reservations, as it was in 1941. Ruth M. Underhill (1883-1884) is a graduate of Vassar College and holds the Ph.D. degree from Columbia University. An authority on the American Indian, about whom she has written many books and articles, she was for...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1971. — 244 p. began migrating from the eastern United States to what is now eastern Kansas, by way of the Missouri Valley. Settling in villages mostly along the Kansas River, they led a semi-sedentary life, raising corn and a few vegetables and hunting buffalo in the spring and fall. It was an idyllic existence-until bad, and then worse, things began...
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Harvard University Press, 2009. — xi, 202 pages. — ISBN 978-0-674-03349-8. Representations of Indian economic life have played an integral role in discourses about poverty, social policy, and cultural difference but have received surprisingly little attention. Daniel Usner dismantles ideological characterizations of Indian livelihood to reveal the intricacy of economic...
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Wilfrid Laurier University Pres. 2005. — 304 p. Since first contact, Natives and newcomers have been involved in an increasingly complex struggle over power and identity. Modern “Indian wars” are fought over land and treaty rights, artistic appropriation, and academic analysis, while Native communities struggle among themselves over membership, money, and cultural meaning. In...
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Island Press, 2002. - 336 p. A critical, research-based assessment of the role of native Americans in modifying the landscapes of pre-European America. Focused on the western seaboard, contributors examine the question of fire regimes, the single human impact which could have altered the environment at a broad landscape level.
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Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1998. — 104 p. — (Fieldiana, Anthropology, new series, № 30). The ethnographic collections of the Field Museum of Natural History contain assemblages of artifacts collected among the Mesquakie (Fox) Indians of Tama, Iowa, by William Jones in 1907 and by Frederick Starr prior to 1905. The artifacts in these collections are described and...
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Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1998. — 104 p. — (Fieldiana, Anthropology, new series, № 30). The ethnographic collections of the Field Museum of Natural History contain assemblages of artifacts collected among the Mesquakie (Fox) Indians of Tama, Iowa, by William Jones in 1907 and by Frederick Starr prior to 1905. The artifacts in these collections are described and...
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University of Idaho Press, 1990. — 216 p. Half a millennium has passed since the Columbian encounter and since then no aspect of culture has been of such mutual fascination to native and non-native Americans alike as their respective religious beliefs. Each has, at various times and places, succeeded through great effort in converting the other in some measure, effecting subtle...
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Syracuse University Press, 1980. — 208 p. These essays discuss the historical and contemporary relationships between Native Americans and the natural world. Topics include: environmental religions, Iroquois villages of the 18th century, Navajo natural resources, and subarctic Native Americans and wildlife.
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Illustrations by Bryn Barnard. — New York: Crown Publishers, 1996. — 128 p. — ISBN 0-517-59017-4. Each of the eight chapters of this outstanding introduction to Native American life opens with a dramatic double-page painting showing the dwelling of a different tribe: a Cherokee clay house, a Zuni adobe pueblo, a Sioux buffalo-hide tipi, an Iroquois longhouse, and more. These...
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Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1990. — 622 p. he purpose of this book, says the author, is to show the effect of Indian medicinal practices on white civilization. Actually it achieves far more. It discusses Indian theories of disease and methods of combating disease and even goes into the question of which diseases were indigenous and which were brought to the Indian by...
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Greenwood, 2007. — 424 p. This volume provides insight into the family life of Native Americans of the northeast quadrant of the North American continent and those living in the adjacent coastal and piedmont regions. These Native Americans were among the most familiar to Euro-colonials for more than two centuries. From the tribes of the northeast woodlands came "great hunters,...
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University of Toronto Press, 2005. — 420 p. The history of Aboriginal people in Canada taught in schools and depicted in the media tends to focus on Aboriginal displacement from native lands and the consequent social and cultural disruptions they have endured. Collectively, they are portrayed as passive victims of European colonization and government policy, and, even when well...
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University of Toronto Press, 2011. — 504 p. The acclaimed and accessible "Hidden in Plain Sight" series showcases the extraordinary contributions made by Aboriginal peoples to Canadian identity and culture. This collection features new accounts of Aboriginal peoples working hard to improve their lives and those of other Canadians, and serves as a powerful contrast to narratives...
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Michigan State University Press, 2015. — 348 p. Mediating Indianness investigates a wide range of media - including print, film, theatre, ritual dance, music, recorded interviews, photography, and treaty rhetoric - that have been used in exploitative, informative, educative, sustaining, protesting, or entertaining ways to negotiate Native American identities and images. The...
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Checkmark Books, 2006. — 368 p. A comprehensive reference work discussing more than 150 Indian tribes of all North America, as well as prehistoric peoples & civilizations. Organized alphabetically by tribe, the informative but accessible text summarizes the historical record -- locations, migrations, contacts with whites, wars, etc. Also covers Indian lifeways, including...
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3rd Edition — Facts on File, 2009. — 450 p. Carl Waldman chronicles the travel and experiences of Native Americans from the first voyage to North America onwards. This edition features more than 120 full-colour, detailed amps that cover important locations for American Indians, as well as highlighting their interactions with European colonists and other non-Native people.
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Wiley-Blackwell, 2003. — 346 p. This book brings together a diverse group of American Indian thinkers to discuss traditional and contemporary philosophies and philosophical issues. Covers American Indian thinking on issues concerning time, place, history, science, law, religion, nationhood, and art. Features newly commissioned essays by authors of American Indian descent. Includes...
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Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1979. — 254 p. — (Proceedings of the Joint International Symposium of Elders and Scholars, Edmonton, Alberta, September 15-17, 1977). An edited version of the proceedings of the Symposium of Elders and Scholars held at the University of Alberta, September 1977, including seminars with the elders of various Native peoples and papers delivered by...
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Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. — 215 p. This book investigates the phenomenological ways that dance choreographing and dance performance exemplify both Truth and meaning-making within Native American epistemology, from an analytic philosophical perspective. Given that within Native American communities dance is regarded both as an integral cultural conduit and “a doorway to a powerful...
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University Press of Mississippi, 1998. — 256 p. An indirect descendant of Weatherford, Wells set out on a mystical journey to find him and her own identity. If my path was true, she says, I would know that hope can be reborn from deepest despair, and that, in the rebirth, each of us can choose who and what we will be. Weatherford was born c. 1775 to membership in his grandmother's...
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Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press, 1967. — xiii, 117 p. illus., map. "A complete description of the arts that are rapidly disappearing as the old [Paiutes] die." —Pacific Historian. With over 24,000 copies in print, this bestselling book tells how the Paiutes survived in the harsh Nevada climate. Chronicling food-gathering methods, basket weaving, hunting, skinning, and working...
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Peter Lang Inc., 2014. — 184 p. This book provides an insider view of Haida language, history, and culture, and offers a perspective on Haida culture that comes not only from external research but also from intimate knowledge and experiences the author has had as a Haida Nation citizen. The book’s focus on language – past, present, and future – allows insight into the Haida...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1988. — 433 p. Richard White’s study of the collapse into "dependency" of three Native American subsistence economies represents the best kind of interdisciplinary effort. Here ideas and approaches from several fields - mainly anthropology, history, and ecology - are fruitfully combined in one inquiring mind closely focused on a related set of large,...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1988. — 433 p. Richard White’s study of the collapse into "dependency" of three Native American subsistence economies represents the best kind of interdisciplinary effort. Here ideas and approaches from several fields - mainly anthropology, history, and ecology - are fruitfully combined in one inquiring mind closely focused on a related set of large,...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2017. — 264 p. For thousands of years, American Indian cultures have recorded their truths in the narratives and metaphors of oral tradition. Stories, languages, and artifacts, such as glyphs and drawings, all carry Indigenous knowledge, directly contributing to American Indian rhetorical structures that have proven resistant - and sometimes...
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The William Harvey Miner Co., 1917. — 338 p. Corn occupied an important place in the lives of many Native communities that lived along the Upper Missouri River. In this landmark book, George F. Will and George E. Hyde introduce readers to some fifty varieties of native corn discovered in the Missouri Valley. Equally important, they provide an indispensable overview of Indian...
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The William Harvey Miner Co., 1917. — 338 p. Corn occupied an important place in the lives of many Native communities that lived along the Upper Missouri River. In this landmark book, George F. Will and George E. Hyde introduce readers to some fifty varieties of native corn discovered in the Missouri Valley. Equally important, they provide an indispensable overview of Indian...
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The University of Minnesota, 1917. — 128 p. Buffalo Bird Woman, a Hidatsa Indian born about 1839, was an expert gardener. Following centuries-old methods, she and the women of her family raised huge crops of corn, squash, beans, and sunflowers on the rich bottomlands of the Missouri River in what is now North Dakota. When she was young, her fields were near Like-a-fishhook, the...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2014. — 472 p. In 1916 anthropologist Gilbert L. Wilson worked closely with Buffalobird-woman, a highly respected Hidatsa born in 1839 on the Fort Berthold Reservation in western North Dakota, for a study of the Hidatsas’ uses of local plants. What resulted was a treasure trove of ethnobotanical information that was buried for more than...
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Fleming H. Revell Co., 2014. — 98 p. This vivid memoir for young readers, first published in 1914, offers a unique look at the Hidatsa people's early reservation years. In simple and appealing prose, Goodbird describes growing up and learning about traditional skills, religious beliefs, and history during a time of tumultuous change. Gilbert Livingston Wilson (1868–1930) was an...
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Lincoln: J & L Reprint Company, 1986. — 134 p.: illustrations. — (Reprints in Anthropology, Vol. 32.) Originally published in 1980, the author systematized all known data about a people - who where less popular than the Mandan and were their neighbors on the Upper Missouri River - the Hidatsa. The study treates different topics, such as the relationships between the three Hidatsa...
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Time-Life Books, 1999. — 192 p. In three chapters, stories of the vastly diverse peoples of the area now known as California and their interactions with Europeans and gold-diggers are told in admirable detail, often through first-person accounts. Rarely seen, superb archival photographs are abundant throughout, and there are full-color photo essays on the land, types of houses,...
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2000. — 118 p. — ISBN 0-395-84169-0. Before the white men came to America, woodlands stretched from the Atlantic shores to the Mississippi River, from Canada south to what is now Virginia. In the clearings of this deep forest and on the shores of lakes and rivers, the native people built their villages. The forest provided the people with food and...
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The University of North Carolina Press, 2014. — 352 p. Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian is the most ambitious photographic and ethnographic record of Native American cultures ever produced. Published between 1907 and 1930 as a series of twenty volumes and portfolios, the work contains more than two thousand photographs intended to document the traditional culture of...
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Duncan Baird Publishers, 1996. — 184 p. Combining both historical and present-day perspectives, this book provides a far-ranging and richly illustrated account of the spiritual traditions of the indigenous peoples of North America, from the Inuit of the Canadian north to the Pueblo Indians of the Southwestern desert. Beginning with an examination of the history of Native...
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