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The Resource The vanishing race : selections from Edward S. Curtis' The North American Indian, [edited by] M. Gidley

The vanishing race : selections from Edward S. Curtis' The North American Indian, [edited by] M. Gidley

Label
The vanishing race : selections from Edward S. Curtis' The North American Indian
Title
The vanishing race
Title remainder
selections from Edward S. Curtis' The North American Indian
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] M. Gidley
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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1868-1952
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Curtis, Edward S.
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Gidley, M.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Indians of North America
Label
The vanishing race : selections from Edward S. Curtis' The North American Indian, [edited by] M. Gidley
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 189-190
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • General Description : The Comanche -- Homelands and habitations : Home of the Havasupai -- The environment and houses of the Kwakiutl -- Staple foods of the Mono homeland -- The nomadic life of the Apsaroke (or Crows) -- Hopi homeland -- Historical sketches : The Spaniards arrive at Acoma -- The final suppression of the Cheyenne -- Disease and drunkenness attack the Piegan -- Washo contact with the white man -- US government treatment of the Indians of California -- Religious beliefs and practices : Religious beliefs of the Wichita -- Child fetishes of the Santo Domingo Keres -- The potency of charm words for Coastal Salish peoples -- Nez Perce fasting -- The inter-tribal peyote cult -- Tribal organisation : Apache tribal organisation -- Teton Sioux (or Lakota) tribal government -- The Kwakiutl economic system -- Hopi traditionalism -- Social customs : Social customs of the Zuni -- The naming and cradling of Wichita children -- Child rearing customs of Coastal Salish peoples -- Child rearing practices of Nootkan peoples -- Apsaoke child rearing customs -- Coastal Salish games -- Hopi games and running -- Hupa: the guessing game -- Nootkan courting customs -- Hupa sexual customs -- Miwok: marriage and taboos -- Haida: marriage breakdown -- Sexual customs of the western Woods Cree -- Mohave mortuary customs -- Ceremonies : The Luiseno girls' puberty rite -- The Kutenai Bear ceremony -- Hidatsa: the ceremony of the bowl -- Tricks performed by Arikara medicine fraternities -- Navajo: the night chant -- Arts and crafts : Navaho material culture -- The painting of tipis by the Sarsi -- Yokuts basketry -- Kutenai canoes -- Alaskan Eskimo kaiaks -- Kwakiutl theatrical practices -- Food, hunting and fishing : An Apsaroke winter hunt (as related by hunts to die) -- Piegan: offering the white buffalo skin -- Some Salishan hunting practices -- Rabbit hunting by the Keres of Cochiti -- Sarsi: the hunting of eagles -- Some Kwakiutl hunting practices -- Some Coastal Salish fishing and hunting customs
  • The Klamath staple diet -- War and the chase : The Tiwa of Taos : war customs -- Professional warriors of teh Coastal Salish -- Bear impersonation among California Indians -- Apsaroke : the death of the iron eyes (as related by hunts to die) -- Mythology : A Wiyot myth of the origins of the world -- Eskimo: the first woman comes to King Island -- Jicarilla : the origin of fire -- Shasta: horsefly outwits thunder -- A Kutenai deluge myth -- Hopi: corn-smut maid -- Teton Sioux: myth of the white buffalo woman -- The legend of the Navaho happiness chant -- Coastal Salish: the jealous husband -- Songs and tales : A Teton Sioux love song -- Kotzebue Eskimo: the trader -- Comanche: the woman who betrayed her husband -- Oto: why it does not pay to steal -- Kalispel: turtle races with frog and eagle -- Chinookan: coyote's slaves -- Sitting Bull's war song -- A Teton Sioux brave heart song
Control code
3186763
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
192 pages
Isbn
9780800879457
Lccn
76023476
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)247094
Label
The vanishing race : selections from Edward S. Curtis' The North American Indian, [edited by] M. Gidley
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 189-190
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • General Description : The Comanche -- Homelands and habitations : Home of the Havasupai -- The environment and houses of the Kwakiutl -- Staple foods of the Mono homeland -- The nomadic life of the Apsaroke (or Crows) -- Hopi homeland -- Historical sketches : The Spaniards arrive at Acoma -- The final suppression of the Cheyenne -- Disease and drunkenness attack the Piegan -- Washo contact with the white man -- US government treatment of the Indians of California -- Religious beliefs and practices : Religious beliefs of the Wichita -- Child fetishes of the Santo Domingo Keres -- The potency of charm words for Coastal Salish peoples -- Nez Perce fasting -- The inter-tribal peyote cult -- Tribal organisation : Apache tribal organisation -- Teton Sioux (or Lakota) tribal government -- The Kwakiutl economic system -- Hopi traditionalism -- Social customs : Social customs of the Zuni -- The naming and cradling of Wichita children -- Child rearing customs of Coastal Salish peoples -- Child rearing practices of Nootkan peoples -- Apsaoke child rearing customs -- Coastal Salish games -- Hopi games and running -- Hupa: the guessing game -- Nootkan courting customs -- Hupa sexual customs -- Miwok: marriage and taboos -- Haida: marriage breakdown -- Sexual customs of the western Woods Cree -- Mohave mortuary customs -- Ceremonies : The Luiseno girls' puberty rite -- The Kutenai Bear ceremony -- Hidatsa: the ceremony of the bowl -- Tricks performed by Arikara medicine fraternities -- Navajo: the night chant -- Arts and crafts : Navaho material culture -- The painting of tipis by the Sarsi -- Yokuts basketry -- Kutenai canoes -- Alaskan Eskimo kaiaks -- Kwakiutl theatrical practices -- Food, hunting and fishing : An Apsaroke winter hunt (as related by hunts to die) -- Piegan: offering the white buffalo skin -- Some Salishan hunting practices -- Rabbit hunting by the Keres of Cochiti -- Sarsi: the hunting of eagles -- Some Kwakiutl hunting practices -- Some Coastal Salish fishing and hunting customs
  • The Klamath staple diet -- War and the chase : The Tiwa of Taos : war customs -- Professional warriors of teh Coastal Salish -- Bear impersonation among California Indians -- Apsaroke : the death of the iron eyes (as related by hunts to die) -- Mythology : A Wiyot myth of the origins of the world -- Eskimo: the first woman comes to King Island -- Jicarilla : the origin of fire -- Shasta: horsefly outwits thunder -- A Kutenai deluge myth -- Hopi: corn-smut maid -- Teton Sioux: myth of the white buffalo woman -- The legend of the Navaho happiness chant -- Coastal Salish: the jealous husband -- Songs and tales : A Teton Sioux love song -- Kotzebue Eskimo: the trader -- Comanche: the woman who betrayed her husband -- Oto: why it does not pay to steal -- Kalispel: turtle races with frog and eagle -- Chinookan: coyote's slaves -- Sitting Bull's war song -- A Teton Sioux brave heart song
Control code
3186763
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
192 pages
Isbn
9780800879457
Lccn
76023476
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)247094

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