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ghost dance of 1889 among the Pai Indians of northwestern Arizona

Henry F. Dobyns

ghost dance of 1889 among the Pai Indians of northwestern Arizona

by Henry F. Dobyns

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Published by Prescott College Press in [Prescott, Ariz.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arizona.
    • Subjects:
    • Ghost dance.,
    • Indians of North America -- Arizona.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 60-62.

      StatementHenry F. Dobyns and Robert C. Euler.
      SeriesPrescott College studies in anthropology, no. 1
      ContributionsEuler, Robert C., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE98.D2 D6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 67 p.
      Number of Pages67
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5544510M
      LC Control Number67022730

      The Brainerd Journal, A Mission to the Cherokees, University of Nebraska Press. VG+/VG+. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Scant rubbing on tips, dustjacket wit. A brief history of the northeastern Pai. Plateau 32(3) The ghost dance of among the Pai Indians of northwestern Arizona. Prescott College Press, Prescott, Arizona. Wauba Yuma's people: the comparative socio-political structure of the Pai Indians of Arizona. Prescott College Press, Prescott, Arizona.

      Gutter after first page has some dark residue (printer/binder?), which has also left some faint smudges on the blank page. Jacket has a light crease on the inside front flap. Dated inscription () by . The Ghost Dance Movements of and have fascinated historians, sociologists, and anthropologists since the time they first occurred. Embraced by American Indians of the Plains, Great Basin, and the Northwest Plateau, the religion of the Ghost Dance promised that all dead families.

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The Ghost Dance (Caddo: Nanissáanah, also called the Ghost Dance of ) was a new religious movement incorporated into numerous Native American belief ing to the teachings of the Northern Paiute spiritual leader Wovoka (renamed Jack Wilson), proper practice of the dance would reunite the living with spirits of the dead, bring the spirits to fight on their behalf, end westward.

Henry Farmer Dobyns, Jr. (July 3, – J ) was an anthropologist, author and researcher specializing in the ethnohistory and demography of native peoples in the American hemisphere.

He is most well known for his groundbreaking demographic research on the size of indigenous American populations before the arrival of Christopher Columbus in Henry F. Dobyns and Robert C. Euler, The Ghost Dance of Among the Pai Indians of Northwestern Arizona (Prescott College Studies in Anthropology, Number 1, Prescott, Arizona.

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Dobyns, Henry F, and Robert C. Euler. Prescott College Press /T Hardcover Book /. Arizona history subgroup by James E Officer () Oral history interview by Henry F Dobyns (Recording) In appreciation of Henry Farmer Dobyns, 3 July to 22 June by Kristine L Jones ().

Author: Editor: Gamer Guides ISBN: Size: 17,65 MB Format: PDF, Mobi Read: Bibliography. Donald N. Brown, "The Ghost Dance Religion Among the Oklahoma Cheyenne," The Chronicles of Oklahoma 30 (Winter –53). Alexander Lesser, The Pawnee Ghost Dance Hand Game: Ghost Dance Revival and Ethnic Identity (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, ).

Gloria A. Young, "Intertribal Religious Movements," in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 13, Plains. Arizona history subgroup by James E Officer This book can be useful to both beginning students and advanced scholars.

(Author/NQ) Indians of the Southwest The ghost dance of among the Pai Indians of northwestern Arizona by Henry F Dobyns. Byconditions were so bad on the reservations, with starvation conditions existing in many places, that the situation was ripe for a major movement to rise among the Indians.

The original Ghost Dance movement () The original Ghost Dance began on the Walker Lake Reservation in Nevada, in Press. The first monograph, The Ghost Dance of Among the Pai Indians of Northwestern Arizona, by Henry F Dobyns and Robert C.

Euler was released in the summer of The College also wishes to announce a very magnanimous gift to its library through the generosity of Mrs. Donald Scott of Cambridge, Mass. The library now houses the Donald C.

In The Ghost Dance of Among the Pai Indians of North- western Arizona, by H. Dobyns and R. Euler. Prescott College Press, Arizona. Acculturation. In International Encyclopedia of. The Ghost Dance of Among the Pai Indians of Northwestern Arizona. Dobyns, Henry F. and Robert C.

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