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A Cheyenne voice : the complete John Stands in Timber interviews, John Stands In Timber and Margot Liberty ; foreword by Raymond J. DeMallie ; map commentary by Michael N. Donahue

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A Cheyenne voice : the complete John Stands in Timber interviews
Title
A Cheyenne voice
Title remainder
the complete John Stands in Timber interviews
Statement of responsibility
John Stands In Timber and Margot Liberty ; foreword by Raymond J. DeMallie ; map commentary by Michael N. Donahue
Title variation
  • Complete John Stands in Timber interviews
  • John Stands in Timber interviews
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eng
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1882-1967
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Stands In Timber, John
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978.004/97353
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
E99.C53
LC item number
S715 2013
Literary form
non fiction
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Liberty, Margot
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The civilization of the American Indian series
Series volume
v. 270
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  • Cheyenne Indians
  • Cheyenne Indians
  • Stands In Timber, John
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A Cheyenne voice : the complete John Stands in Timber interviews, John Stands In Timber and Margot Liberty ; foreword by Raymond J. DeMallie ; map commentary by Michael N. Donahue
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  • "Contains the complete transcribed interviews conducted by anthropologist Margot Liberty with Northern Cheyenne elder John Stands in Timber. Recorded by Liberty in 1956-1959 when she was a schoolteacher on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in southwestern Montana."--Publisher description
  • Includes index
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text
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Contents
  • List of illustrations. List of maps. Foreward / Raymond J. DeMallie. Introduction; Acknowledgments ; A note on the maps / Margot Liberty. Maps with commentary / Michael N. Donahue. The John Stands in Timber interviews: Earlier generations ; Coups and scalping ; Ceremonial motions ; The creation ; The virgin birth of sweet medicine ; The hoop and arrow game ; The third miracle ; Continued - sweet medicine and the beautiful bird ; The buffalo ceremony with the red pipestone ; The antelope pit ceremony ; Sweet medicine's exile ; Sweet medicine's return ; Cattle killing and the military societies ; The medicine hat and the turner ; Peyote ; Instructions to my son ; Frank lightning material ; The swift fox society ; The wheel and yellow calf miracle ; The swift fox society, part 2 ; Marriage ; Girl suicide ; The wheel game ; The bear game ; Horse medicine ; The Apaches - medicine ; Peyote, part 2 ; The seven young men ; Eagles ; The messiah craze or ghost dance ; Superintendent Lohmiller ; A driving lesson ; Three fingers' school ; Foods ; Merger of groups ; Pipes ; Buffalo ceremony ; Horses ; The horse worship ceremony ; Women's football ; The Alderson trouble ; Visit to St. Elizabeth's in Washington ; A wounded man ; Visit to Arapahoes - partial war story ; A joke ;
  • Sweet medicine and eagle catching ; Suicide warriors ; Dog soldiers ; A war party against the Crows ; The red pipestone (second account, buffalo ceremony) ; George Bird Grinnell - the animal dance ; White man and the eyes ; Sweet medicine's last teachings and prophecy ; Homicides or murder ; The chiefs' medicine ; The killing of red robe ; Directional markers ; Epidemics ; Last sweet medicine prophecies ; The chiefs - organization with arrows ; Bear butte ; Death of Sitting Bull ; Sand creek ; Names ; My relatives - my brother ; A blacksmith ; Courtship with blanket ; A girl-catching story ; Blanket courtship ; War story with Shoshonis - war songs ; Little old man's war trip ; Peyote, part 3 ; Plenty crows' story ; Aspects of sun dance ; The messiah religion (ghost dance) ; Peyote, part 4 ; Frostbite and snow blindness ; The messiah craze (ghost dance) ; Ghost shirts ; Fasting in the hills ; Different ways of worship ; Minor ceremonies ; Peyote and other religions - the train wreck ; The Cheyenne train wreck ; The dull knife fight on Powder river ; Choosing the reservation ; Plenty coups ; Crow chiefs ; War bonnets ; Dances ; Eagles - animal dance ; Cursing ; Superintendents ; Being a councilman ; Swearing in leaders ; Reorganization of chiefs ; My long hair ; Interpreting for little wolf ;
  • Indian shows ; Indian politics ; Telling history ; The creation, part 2 ; Politics in Washington ; A crow story ; 1878 outbreak ; Custer smokes with the Cheyennes ; Washita battle ; Trader moncure ; Other sun dances ; Sun dance differences ; The 1897 Indian scare ; The head chief story ; Custer soldier suicides ; Pipestone - the buffalo ceremony ; High wolf ; A Mexican captive ; A battle with the Utes ; A tepee fire ; Dancers in Europe ; The arrow worship ; The Bear Creek sheep killing ; The 1897 Indian scare ; Surrender groups ; A Custer son? ; Homicides - red robe and black coyote ; The A. C. Stenner story ; Problems with politics ; The pine ridge group ; Religious teachings ; Holy bird's story ; Catching eagles and buffalo ; The pipestone - the big race - the two young men ; Suhtai - Cheyenne merger ; Arrow renewal - north/south differences ; The modern chiefs ; Mrs. Gallatin and the rodeo ; Head chief's death ; Mrs. Gallatin and the rodeo, continued ; A crow story, part 2 ; The name stands in timber ; Visits to the crows ; Fake medicine men ; White bull or ice's miracle ; Two suicide warriors ; A Shoshoni war story ; An escape from jail ; A hanging ; Liquor ; Crazy Horse drawing ; A 1941 sun dance ; The round red plaet ; Young bird's scare ;
  • Sources of stories - cold medicine ; Opinion of peyote ; Capture of Crow villages ; My early times ; Participation in ceremonies ; A social dance (the beaver dance) ; Cheyenne prisoners - the Alderson house ; My mother's death ; Little chief - my brother Edward Tall Bull ; Teeth's last dance ; The Piegan raid ; The Cheyennes' last horse raid ; A scalped Crow ; An 1898 visit ; Giving away wives and property ; Marriage customs ; The sacred medicine hat ; An enemy raid ; Added material on Piegans ; War party calls - owls ; Ghosts ; The chiefs' medicine ; Teachings of the chiefs ; The tribe has turned bad ; Territorial boundaries ; White man and the eyes (second version) ; Origin of military and chiefs ; Organization of crazy dogs ; John stands in timber introductory note ; Sweet medicine and his prophecy (second account) ; Elk River ; A Mandan story - little coyote's account ; The capture of Crow children ; The arrows against enemies ; Groups and divisions ; Whiskey traders ; Choice of reservation ; Whiskey ; Fights with Crows ; Ages during battles ; Treaties: the friendship treaty, 1825 ; Fights with the HoHe ; The first gun ; The Oregon trail movie, 1930 ; Pictures in Huffman books ; Wagon trains ; Mistreatment of prisoners ; Battles with emigrant trains ; Epidemics, part 2 ;
  • The Fort Laramie treaty ; Battle butte ; The northern Cheyenne ; Bozeman trail treaties - gold ; The medicine lodge council ; The Fetterman fight, part 2 ; Guns versus bows ; Big Crow ; Sioux and Cheyenne ; Custer at the Washita and with the arrows ; Black horse's account ; The Beecher island fight ; Little wolf and other chiefs ; The modern code of laws ; Food shortage ; Spring of 1876 ; Before the Custer fight - wolf tooth and big foot ; Custer's attack ; Custer's halt ; The suicide warriors ; Wolf tooth's story ; The Reno fight - beaver heart's story ; Plenty Crows' relatives ; The famous War Horse ; After the battle ; Hunting in the Bighorns - the sheep eaters ; Custer - hanging wolf's story ; Yellow nose and the flag ; Wooden legs ; Paper money ; The parade at Lodge Grass ; Cheyenne casualties ; Leaders and chiefs ; Indians not surprised by Custer ; The Reno attack ; The suicide boys ; The early Cheyenne approach ; Custer's body ; Captured artifacts ; Burial of Cheyennes ; Various treaties ; Dances, part 2 ; Races ; Burials and ghosts ; Races and hand games ; Various treaties, part 2 ; The Grattan fight ; Other early fights with the army ; An Arizona visit ; The Washita ; The Custer and crook fights ; The famous War Horse, part 2 ; Custer battle and rosebud Cheyennes ; The Rosebud fight ;
  • Birth date ; Little wolf story ; Eagle chief ; Brave wolf ; Divisions ; The sun dance ; The sun dance books and the trader moncure ; The clown or contrary lodge ; Medicine plants ; A Mexican restaurant ; Indian doctoring and the 1918 influenza ; Different beliefs ; The rosebud fight, part 2 ; A plowing lesson ; New vegetables ; Poisoned baking powder ; A baseball game ; Custer married to a Cheyenne? ; The rosebud fight, part 3 ; Beginning of rosebud fight ; Limpy's story ; Young two moons ; Little hawk's and other stories ; Beaver heart ; War bonnets and other stories ; Beaver heart ; War bonnets and battle medicine ; White elk ; Rosebud monument dedication ; Conical hill ; After the rosebud fight ; Custer's attack, part 2 ; Custer's halt, part 2 ; The suicide boys, part 2 ; J. W. Vaughn research ; The parade before the battle ; Yellow nose and the flag, part 2 ; After the rosebud fight, part 2 ; Women participants ; Scalp dances ; Cheyenne groups ; After the Custer fight ; The fight at Battle Butter (sweet woman captured) ; Delegates to Washington ; The lost delegate ; The chief and the spring - the dining car ; The Black Hills claim ; Battle butte: the capture of the women ; Using the turner (the medicine hat) ; Suicide vows ; War songs and ways ;
  • Other suicide warriors ; The heart mountain battle ; The Omaha dance ; Women's songs - bullet proof's story ; A dog's death ; Names, part 2 ; Multiple marriages ; The eagle chief fight ; A riding accident ; Surrender groups, part 2 ; Red cherries' story ; At Fort Keogh ; War signals ; Scouts for miles ; Bullet proof ; Nez Perce battle ; Surrender of the Nez Perce ; The scouts at Fort Keogh ; The story of buffalo horns ; Stealing the hand car ; Lieutenant Casey ; The early agency ; Sun dances 1889 - 1907
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832706590
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27 cm
Extent
lvi, 495 pages
Isbn
9780806143798
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(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2013011242
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unmediated
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rdamedia.
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illustrations, maps (color), portrait
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(OCoLC)832706590
Label
A Cheyenne voice : the complete John Stands in Timber interviews, John Stands In Timber and Margot Liberty ; foreword by Raymond J. DeMallie ; map commentary by Michael N. Donahue
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Contains the complete transcribed interviews conducted by anthropologist Margot Liberty with Northern Cheyenne elder John Stands in Timber. Recorded by Liberty in 1956-1959 when she was a schoolteacher on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in southwestern Montana."--Publisher description
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • List of illustrations. List of maps. Foreward / Raymond J. DeMallie. Introduction; Acknowledgments ; A note on the maps / Margot Liberty. Maps with commentary / Michael N. Donahue. The John Stands in Timber interviews: Earlier generations ; Coups and scalping ; Ceremonial motions ; The creation ; The virgin birth of sweet medicine ; The hoop and arrow game ; The third miracle ; Continued - sweet medicine and the beautiful bird ; The buffalo ceremony with the red pipestone ; The antelope pit ceremony ; Sweet medicine's exile ; Sweet medicine's return ; Cattle killing and the military societies ; The medicine hat and the turner ; Peyote ; Instructions to my son ; Frank lightning material ; The swift fox society ; The wheel and yellow calf miracle ; The swift fox society, part 2 ; Marriage ; Girl suicide ; The wheel game ; The bear game ; Horse medicine ; The Apaches - medicine ; Peyote, part 2 ; The seven young men ; Eagles ; The messiah craze or ghost dance ; Superintendent Lohmiller ; A driving lesson ; Three fingers' school ; Foods ; Merger of groups ; Pipes ; Buffalo ceremony ; Horses ; The horse worship ceremony ; Women's football ; The Alderson trouble ; Visit to St. Elizabeth's in Washington ; A wounded man ; Visit to Arapahoes - partial war story ; A joke ;
  • Sweet medicine and eagle catching ; Suicide warriors ; Dog soldiers ; A war party against the Crows ; The red pipestone (second account, buffalo ceremony) ; George Bird Grinnell - the animal dance ; White man and the eyes ; Sweet medicine's last teachings and prophecy ; Homicides or murder ; The chiefs' medicine ; The killing of red robe ; Directional markers ; Epidemics ; Last sweet medicine prophecies ; The chiefs - organization with arrows ; Bear butte ; Death of Sitting Bull ; Sand creek ; Names ; My relatives - my brother ; A blacksmith ; Courtship with blanket ; A girl-catching story ; Blanket courtship ; War story with Shoshonis - war songs ; Little old man's war trip ; Peyote, part 3 ; Plenty crows' story ; Aspects of sun dance ; The messiah religion (ghost dance) ; Peyote, part 4 ; Frostbite and snow blindness ; The messiah craze (ghost dance) ; Ghost shirts ; Fasting in the hills ; Different ways of worship ; Minor ceremonies ; Peyote and other religions - the train wreck ; The Cheyenne train wreck ; The dull knife fight on Powder river ; Choosing the reservation ; Plenty coups ; Crow chiefs ; War bonnets ; Dances ; Eagles - animal dance ; Cursing ; Superintendents ; Being a councilman ; Swearing in leaders ; Reorganization of chiefs ; My long hair ; Interpreting for little wolf ;
  • Indian shows ; Indian politics ; Telling history ; The creation, part 2 ; Politics in Washington ; A crow story ; 1878 outbreak ; Custer smokes with the Cheyennes ; Washita battle ; Trader moncure ; Other sun dances ; Sun dance differences ; The 1897 Indian scare ; The head chief story ; Custer soldier suicides ; Pipestone - the buffalo ceremony ; High wolf ; A Mexican captive ; A battle with the Utes ; A tepee fire ; Dancers in Europe ; The arrow worship ; The Bear Creek sheep killing ; The 1897 Indian scare ; Surrender groups ; A Custer son? ; Homicides - red robe and black coyote ; The A. C. Stenner story ; Problems with politics ; The pine ridge group ; Religious teachings ; Holy bird's story ; Catching eagles and buffalo ; The pipestone - the big race - the two young men ; Suhtai - Cheyenne merger ; Arrow renewal - north/south differences ; The modern chiefs ; Mrs. Gallatin and the rodeo ; Head chief's death ; Mrs. Gallatin and the rodeo, continued ; A crow story, part 2 ; The name stands in timber ; Visits to the crows ; Fake medicine men ; White bull or ice's miracle ; Two suicide warriors ; A Shoshoni war story ; An escape from jail ; A hanging ; Liquor ; Crazy Horse drawing ; A 1941 sun dance ; The round red plaet ; Young bird's scare ;
  • Sources of stories - cold medicine ; Opinion of peyote ; Capture of Crow villages ; My early times ; Participation in ceremonies ; A social dance (the beaver dance) ; Cheyenne prisoners - the Alderson house ; My mother's death ; Little chief - my brother Edward Tall Bull ; Teeth's last dance ; The Piegan raid ; The Cheyennes' last horse raid ; A scalped Crow ; An 1898 visit ; Giving away wives and property ; Marriage customs ; The sacred medicine hat ; An enemy raid ; Added material on Piegans ; War party calls - owls ; Ghosts ; The chiefs' medicine ; Teachings of the chiefs ; The tribe has turned bad ; Territorial boundaries ; White man and the eyes (second version) ; Origin of military and chiefs ; Organization of crazy dogs ; John stands in timber introductory note ; Sweet medicine and his prophecy (second account) ; Elk River ; A Mandan story - little coyote's account ; The capture of Crow children ; The arrows against enemies ; Groups and divisions ; Whiskey traders ; Choice of reservation ; Whiskey ; Fights with Crows ; Ages during battles ; Treaties: the friendship treaty, 1825 ; Fights with the HoHe ; The first gun ; The Oregon trail movie, 1930 ; Pictures in Huffman books ; Wagon trains ; Mistreatment of prisoners ; Battles with emigrant trains ; Epidemics, part 2 ;
  • The Fort Laramie treaty ; Battle butte ; The northern Cheyenne ; Bozeman trail treaties - gold ; The medicine lodge council ; The Fetterman fight, part 2 ; Guns versus bows ; Big Crow ; Sioux and Cheyenne ; Custer at the Washita and with the arrows ; Black horse's account ; The Beecher island fight ; Little wolf and other chiefs ; The modern code of laws ; Food shortage ; Spring of 1876 ; Before the Custer fight - wolf tooth and big foot ; Custer's attack ; Custer's halt ; The suicide warriors ; Wolf tooth's story ; The Reno fight - beaver heart's story ; Plenty Crows' relatives ; The famous War Horse ; After the battle ; Hunting in the Bighorns - the sheep eaters ; Custer - hanging wolf's story ; Yellow nose and the flag ; Wooden legs ; Paper money ; The parade at Lodge Grass ; Cheyenne casualties ; Leaders and chiefs ; Indians not surprised by Custer ; The Reno attack ; The suicide boys ; The early Cheyenne approach ; Custer's body ; Captured artifacts ; Burial of Cheyennes ; Various treaties ; Dances, part 2 ; Races ; Burials and ghosts ; Races and hand games ; Various treaties, part 2 ; The Grattan fight ; Other early fights with the army ; An Arizona visit ; The Washita ; The Custer and crook fights ; The famous War Horse, part 2 ; Custer battle and rosebud Cheyennes ; The Rosebud fight ;
  • Birth date ; Little wolf story ; Eagle chief ; Brave wolf ; Divisions ; The sun dance ; The sun dance books and the trader moncure ; The clown or contrary lodge ; Medicine plants ; A Mexican restaurant ; Indian doctoring and the 1918 influenza ; Different beliefs ; The rosebud fight, part 2 ; A plowing lesson ; New vegetables ; Poisoned baking powder ; A baseball game ; Custer married to a Cheyenne? ; The rosebud fight, part 3 ; Beginning of rosebud fight ; Limpy's story ; Young two moons ; Little hawk's and other stories ; Beaver heart ; War bonnets and other stories ; Beaver heart ; War bonnets and battle medicine ; White elk ; Rosebud monument dedication ; Conical hill ; After the rosebud fight ; Custer's attack, part 2 ; Custer's halt, part 2 ; The suicide boys, part 2 ; J. W. Vaughn research ; The parade before the battle ; Yellow nose and the flag, part 2 ; After the rosebud fight, part 2 ; Women participants ; Scalp dances ; Cheyenne groups ; After the Custer fight ; The fight at Battle Butter (sweet woman captured) ; Delegates to Washington ; The lost delegate ; The chief and the spring - the dining car ; The Black Hills claim ; Battle butte: the capture of the women ; Using the turner (the medicine hat) ; Suicide vows ; War songs and ways ;
  • Other suicide warriors ; The heart mountain battle ; The Omaha dance ; Women's songs - bullet proof's story ; A dog's death ; Names, part 2 ; Multiple marriages ; The eagle chief fight ; A riding accident ; Surrender groups, part 2 ; Red cherries' story ; At Fort Keogh ; War signals ; Scouts for miles ; Bullet proof ; Nez Perce battle ; Surrender of the Nez Perce ; The scouts at Fort Keogh ; The story of buffalo horns ; Stealing the hand car ; Lieutenant Casey ; The early agency ; Sun dances 1889 - 1907
Control code
832706590
Dimensions
27 cm
Extent
lvi, 495 pages
Isbn
9780806143798
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2013011242
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps (color), portrait
System control number
(OCoLC)832706590

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