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University of Oklahoma Press, 1994. — 270 p. Medicine man and Sun Dance chief Thomas Yellowtail (1903-1993) is a pivotal figure in Crow tribal life. As a youth he lived in the presence of old warriors, hunters, and medicine men who knew the freedom and sacred ways of pre-reservation life. As the principal figure in the Crow-Shoshone Sun Dance religion, Yellowtail has preserved...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1994. — 270 p. Medicine man and Sun Dance chief Thomas Yellowtail (1903-1993) is a pivotal figure in Crow tribal life. As a youth he lived in the presence of old warriors, hunters, and medicine men who knew the freedom and sacred ways of pre-reservation life. As the principal figure in the Crow-Shoshone Sun Dance religion, Yellowtail has preserved...
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Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987. — 218 p. The author’s discussion of Crow tribal history and his vivid descriptions of current reservation life show how the Apsáalooke are adapting to a changing world. By examining pivotal social and religious institutions, including the clan-uncle and clan-aunt relationships, the acquisition and use of medicine, and the Sun Dance, the...
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Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987. — 218 p. The author’s discussion of Crow tribal history and his vivid descriptions of current reservation life show how the Apsáalooke are adapting to a changing world. By examining pivotal social and religious institutions, including the clan-uncle and clan-aunt relationships, the acquisition and use of medicine, and the Sun Dance, the...
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Chelsea House Publishers, 1989. — 126 p. Examines the culture, history, and changing fortunes of the Crow Indians. Contents: Indians of North America: Conflict and Survival - by Frank W. Porter III The Creation Tribal Origins The Children of Long-Beaked Bird The Arrival of the White Man The High Tide of Change Picture Essay - Shields of Power The Reservation Era The Crow Today...
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Caxton Press, 2010. — 319 p. Because a man's status in his tribe was based on deeds in combat, Crow history revolves around stories of intertribal warfare. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Sioux, Cheyenne, Blackfeet, and Shoshoni tribes applied constant pressure in attempts to take over Crow land in the Big Horn and Yellowstone regions of Montana and Wyoming. The...
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The Century Co., 1928. — 356 p. Thomas H. Leforge was "born an Ohio American" and chose to "die a Crow Indian American." His association with his adopted tribe spanned some of the most eventful years of its history - from the Indian Wars to the reservation period - and as interpreter, agency employee, chief of Crow scouts for the 1876 campaign (he was with Terry at the Little Big...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1956. — 350 p. First published in 1935, "The Crow Indians" offers a concise and accessible introduction to the nineteenth-century world of the Crow Indians. Drawing on interviews with Crow elders in the early twentieth century, Robert H. Lowie showcases many facets of Crow life, including ceremonies, religious beliefs, a rich storytelling...
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Binghamton: Vail-Ballou Press, 1967. — 282 p. — (With an Foreword by John C. Ewers). Two Leggings was one of the last Crow Warriors. From 1919 to 1923 he told his story of Crow life and wars to William Wildschut, an ethnologist with the Museum of the American Indian. This is the poignant story of the end of traditional Crow life and attitudes, which Two Leggings saw ending with...
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Binghamton: Vail-Ballou Press, 1967. — 282 p. — (With an Foreword by John C. Ewers). Two Leggings was one of the last Crow Warriors. From 1919 to 1923 he told his story of Crow life and wars to William Wildschut, an ethnologist with the Museum of the American Indian. This is the poignant story of the end of traditional Crow life and attitudes, which Two Leggings saw ending with...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2006. - 200 pages. ISBN-10: 0803293534 This curious, absorbing volume reads more like a textbook on ancient Crow foodways and less like a traditional cookbook or self-help guide, although it includes tasty recipes for American Indian dishes like Plum Bread and Cornmeal Flapjacks, as well as remedies for snakebite and less dramatic afflictions. The...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2001. — 215 p. "I became what the Crows call káalisbaapite - a ‘grandmother’s grandchild.’ That means that I was always with my Grandma, and I learned from her. I learned how to do things in the old ways." - Alma Hogan Snell "Grandmother's Grandchild" is the remarkable story of Alma Hogan Snell (1923–2008), a Crow woman brought up by her...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. — 368 p. About 1875 the Crows abandoned their own Sun Dance, but they continued to carry out other traditional rites despite opposition from missionaries and the federal government. In 1941, Crow Indians from Montana sought out leaders of the Sun Dance among the Wind River Shoshonis in Wyoming and under the direction of John Truhujo, made the...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. — 256 p. In "They Call Me Agnes", the narrator, Agnes Deernose, provides a warm, personal view of Crow Indian family life and culture. Fred Voget, anthropologist and adopted Crow, sets the stage for Agnes’s story, which he compiled from extensive interviews with Agnes and her friends. He describes the origins of the Crows and their culture...
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New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1959. — 55 p. The principal author, a businessman, collected extensively among the Crow between 1918 and 1927. Shortly after his death, this portion of his unpublished manuscript on Crow culture was adapted as part of a study of museum collections and archival materials pertaining to the Crow. Although touching on some...
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New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1959. — 55 p. The principal author, a businessman, collected extensively among the Crow between 1918 and 1927. Shortly after his death, this portion of his unpublished manuscript on Crow culture was adapted as part of a study of museum collections and archival materials pertaining to the Crow. Although touching on some...
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New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1959. — 55 p. The principal author, a businessman, collected extensively among the Crow between 1918 and 1927. Shortly after his death, this portion of his unpublished manuscript on Crow culture was adapted as part of a study of museum collections and archival materials pertaining to the Crow. Although touching on some...
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Edited by John C. Ewers. — New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1975. — 240 p. The principal author, a businessman, collected extensively among the Crow between 1918 and 1927. Shortly after his death, this portion of his unpublished manuscript on Crow culture was compiled and edited by John C. Ewers, who added the bracketed material and footnotes. The...
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Edited by John C. Ewers. — New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1975. — 240 p The principal author, a businessman, collected extensively among the Crow between 1918 and 1927. Shortly after his death, this portion of his unpublished manuscript on Crow culture was compiled and edited by John C. Ewers, who added the bracketed material and footnotes. The monograph...
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