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Ethnography and philology of the HidatsaIndians
|Statement||By Washington Matthews.|
|Series||United States Geological and geographical survey of the territories. Miscellaneous publication -- no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 239 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||03008071|
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Ethnography and philology of the HidatsaIndians by Matthews, W () Exhibition. portraits of American Indians - the Blackfeet Indians of Montana & the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico, by Kihn, W. () Famous Indian chiefs () Fanciful tales from legends of the Adirondack Indians () Folk-lore and legends.
North American Ethnography and philology of the HidatsaIndians book ()5/5(1). Professor Nicolas Peterson is a central figure in the anthropology of Aboriginal Australia. This volume honours his anthropological body of work, his commitment to ethnographic fieldwork as a source of knowledge, his exemplary mentorship of generations of younger scholars and his generosity in facilitating the progress of others.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Washington Matthews. Originally published in by the Smithsonian Institution’s Bureau of American Ethnology, this book is a compilation of the ethnographic data on the seventeenth-century Huron Indians contained in The Jesuit Relations and in the writings of Samuel de Champlain and Gabriel Sagard.
This study of the Hurons, who lived in the present province of Ontario, Canada, spans the period from to 1/5(1). A vocabulary which I prepared of the language as Ethnography and philology of the HidatsaIndians book by the River Crows has been destroyed. I cannot, therefore, give a very full comparison of the Crow and Hidatsa.
The Crow words presented below are from Dr. Hayden's Ethnography and Philology, which contains the most complete and accurate Crow vocabulary extant. The important characteristic of nonfiction genre is that the author is plenipotentiary to bedeck the story with his own opinion, express his view.
Although the nonfiction book should Ethnography and philology of the HidatsaIndians book full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and. American Indian EthnographyBetween and Americans attempted to explain the Indian cultures they encountered as well as to identify Indian origins.
Eyewitness and secondary accounts of Indian life or the lives of whites among the Indians became popular reading, and collections of Indian artifacts fascinated the American public.
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The Modern Anthropology of India is an accessible textbook providing a critical overview of the ethnographic work done in India since It assesses the history of research in each region and serves as a practical and comprehensive guide to.
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Theory and ethnography in the modern anthropology of India Peter BERGER, University of Groningen Over the last sixty-five years, since the country’s independence, trained anthropologists have conducted extensive ethnographic fieldwork in India. In this time span. The present paper reports the ethnographic profile of a primitive tribe namely Khondh and an acculturizing tribe namely Valmiki living in Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh, a southern Indian state.
Three mandals (administrative units of the district. Ethnography and philology of the HidatsaIndians by Matthews, W () Exhibition. portraits of American Indians - the Blackfeet Indians of Montana & the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico, by Kihn, W. () Famous Indian chiefs () Fanciful tales from legends of the Adirondack Indians () Folk-lore and legends.
North American Indian ()Seller Rating: % positive. Ethnography and Philology of the Hidatsa Indians, by Washington Matthews (page images at MOA) Notes on the social organization and customs of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Crow Indians, (New York, The Trustees, ), by Robert Harry Lowie (page images at HathiTrust).
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Groups: very tight knit community 3. Children. Noticeably, the book has a multi-media approach as it contains a CD in the back cover which contains six charts displaying family trees for six clans of the Rajputs.
This information is very much supplementary to some of the chapters in the book, and it does not add much value to the book as such. 1 "Indischer Volksschmuck und die Art ihn zu Tragen," J. Fischer, 30 pp., 51 woodcuts and 6 plates, Annalen des k.k, Naturhistorischen Hofmuseums, Bd.
Theory and ethnography in the modern anthropology of India. Peter Berger. Abstract. Over the last sixty-five years, since the country’s independence, trained anthropologists have conducted extensive ethnographic fieldwork in India. In this time span, anthropological discourses about Indian society have developed their own specificity, while Cited by: 3.
Kusuma & Babu – An Ethnographic Note on Khond and Valmiki agglomeration of villages. The district of Visakhapatnam, lies between 17°15´ and 18° 32´ North latitudes and 70° 45´ and 81° 30´ East longitudes with an area of 11, sq.
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The late and rather limited development of schooling in that remote area and educational policies, as well as the pastoral way of life of this population, combine to produce a Cited by: The reason for the decline in population shown in Table C is the introduction of Old World diseases.
While many contagious diseases infected the Plains tribes, including measles, cholera, malaria, whooping cough, and influenza, the most deadly was smallpox (Trimble ).
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American Anthropologist; American Ethnologist; Annals of Anthropological Practice; Anthropology & Education Quarterly; Anthropology & Humanism; Anthropology News. The style of ethnography in which the anthropologist puts his or her personal feelings and reactions to the field situation into the text is called reflexive ethnography.
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