2 edition of Bear ceremonialism of the Kutenai Indians. found in the catalog.
Bear ceremonialism of the Kutenai Indians.
Claude E. Schaeffer
WSU:WSU Holland copy is photocopy.
|Series||Studies in Plains anthropology and history -- no. 4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
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Bear ceremonialism of the Kutenai Indians by Claude E. Schaeffer; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Kootenai Indians, Rites and ceremonies, Bears, Folklore. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs, 1 book United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs, 1 book Timothy R.
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The bear ceremony was an important one for some groups . Colville-Okanagan engaged in bear ceremonialism and ritual feasting.
They sang special songs as they skinned it, marked its head with charcoal and displayed it in a tree. Its feet, as well as the “gristle found under the bear’s tongue”, were returned to the woods . Frank Bird Linderman was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on Septemthe son of James Bird Linderman and Mary Ann Brannan Linderman.
He attended schools in Ohio and Chicago, including Oberlin College, before moving to Montana Territory in at the age of sixteen. Description: Materials from a wide range of indigenous cultures around the world are scattered throughout Series V of the A. Irving Hallowell Papers. Hallowell was interested in comparative ethnology on a number of topics including Bear Ceremonialism, textiles, artistic representations of Native people, basketry, kinship, pre-history, the development of language, family and.
The seemingly endless variety of images include humans, Bear ceremonialism of the Kutenai Indians. book of all kinds, weapons, masks, mazes, handprints, finger lines, geometric and abstract forms, tally marks, hoofprints, and the wavy lines and starbursts that humans universally associate with trancelike states.
Plains Indian Rock Art is the ultimate guide to the art form. The correspondence, in Series I, includes a letter from John Swanton discussing bear ceremonialism in Muscogee culture.
George Herzog's correspondence includes Penobscot and Maliseet scores of war dance songs. Blackfoot, Cheyenne, Fox (Meskwaki), Kutenai [Ktunaxa culture], Ojibwe, Penobscot, and Shawnee. American Indians" ( A sacred pack called Sagima'kwawa belonging to the Bear gens of the Fox Indians.
Chippewa customs, by Frances Densmore. xii + pp., 90 pls., 27 figs. Notes on the Buffalo-Head Dance of the Thunder gens of the Fox Indians, by Truman Michelson. v + 94 pp., 1 fig. Includes an unpublished manuscript concerning the Ktunaxa and a published manuscript entitled "Bear Ceremonialism of the Kutenai Indians", Schaeffer, Claude E., Department of Indian Affairs Kootenay Agency fonds.
For it more about. is these Indians that manv of us want to know to help us do this as no one (jualified as There is, in mv opinion, R(ihert M. Lowie, the author of this book. During his curatorial as.s)listory, he carried on ciation w ith an Museum of Natural a series of brilliant and painstaking studies of the Plains Indians; sub.
Animism, belief in innumerable spiritual beings concerned with human affairs and capable of helping or harming human interests. Animistic beliefs were first competently surveyed by Sir Edward Burnett Tylor in his work Primitive Culture (), to which is owed the continued currency of the term animism.
Anthropologist and ethnographer Frank Gouldsmith Speck was one of Franz Boas' early graduate students and from till his death in spent his career in a variety of positions at the University of Pennsylvania, including its Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Unlike most of his contemporaries, Speck chose to study the cultures of indigenous peoples of eastern Cited by: 1.
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Indians of the Siouan linguistic stock occupied the central portion of the continent. They were perminently plains Indians, ranging from Lake Michigan to the Rocky Mountains, and from the Arkansas to Saskatchewan.
"The term Siouan is the adjective denoting the "Sioux" Indians and cognate tribes. The word "Sioux" has been var4ously and vaguely Size: 2MB. To date we now have - over 2, pages of information - biographies/histories onwesterners from before - comprehensive histories of o tribes and bands In addition, our files are expanding into broader areas of world history and tribal peoples.
Our offices and research center are located with the Mountain Cree Band Offices in Mirror, Alberta, and. The Sechelt Indians had embraced wholeheartedly the Durieu system, and their village was considered a model to which other Indians (and more importantly, mis- sionaries) could aspire.
The weeklong ceremonies and festivities, in true Catholic fashion, were "elaborate and impressive" (Whitehead a: 94).FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY M. W. Stirling, Chief. The operations of the Bureau of American Ethnology during the fiscal year ended Jwere conducted in accordance with the act of Congress approved Apmaking appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government, which act contains the .RFV discussion: Non-heterosexual people, sexual minorities, especially of Aboriginal North American ethnicity.
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