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Extractions: Be sure to ask for them. Call Number Title Company Number American Indian Ceremonial and War Dances Everest 3336 American Indians of Southwest FW 8850 American Indian Music of the Southwest FE 4420 Am. Ind. Music of Choctaw Cent. HS. USR 6763 Anth N. Amer. Indian/Eskimo music FE 4541 Auth. Mus of American Indian Canadian-Indian folklore FG 3502 770.1 A3 C3 vol. 1-3 Chants: Native Am. Church of N. America ARP 6063 Dances of N. American Indians FD 6510 ARP 6052 Healing Songs of Amer. Indians FE 4251 KCMS 1204-1205 Northwest Puget Sound AAFS L34 Powwow Songs: Mus of the Plain Indians NW 343 Songs/Dances Gr. Lakes Indians: Algonquians FE 4003 Songs and Dances of the Eastern Indians: Medicine Spring and Allegany NW 337 Songs of Earth, Water, Fire, Sky NW 246 Songs of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation Canyon 6123 Sounds Ind.America: Plains/Southwest
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Extractions: BIBLIOGRAPHY Although the following bibliography includes all those sources which give the important ethnographic facts about the Blackfoot, it does not presume to include every title in which the Blackfoot are mentioned. If this were done, weeks could be spent augmenting the list and the number of titles extended into hundreds. Anderson, S.
Extractions: INTRODUCTION TO RELIGION IN NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURES Religion 2004 University of Georgia V e r A.U.C. ("Spring 2000") R Professor Russell Kirkland http://www.uga.edu/religion/rk F Peabody Hall 221 MW 2:30-3:00 and by appt. 2-2880 (voicemail only "Were one asked to characterize the life of religion in the broadest and most general terms possible, one might say that it consists of the belief that there is an unseen order, and that our supreme good lies in harmoniously adjusting ourselves thereto." C William James, The Varieties of Religious Experience v THE PURPOSE OF THE COURSE The academic study of religion is a systematic exploration of the visions, values, and activities by which people of past and present have understood and shaped their life-experiences. This course is a course in the subdiscipline known as " the history of religions." Such courses are designed to promote a mature sensitivity to the world's religious traditions, within their proper historical contexts. Such a course is not intended to steer you toward, or away from, any particular tradition.
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Extractions: RIVER BASIN SURVEYS PAPERS: INTER-AGENCY ARCHEOLOGICAL SALVAGE PROGRAM Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology - Bu Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1953. 8vo. 336 pages. A little fading on spine. Softcover. Book Condition: Book/Jacket Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #
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Untitled.html For example, both the Irish and the blackfoot indians have similar brown due to variousadmixtures of Africans; native South americans or an Indian (amer.). http://www.mc.maricopa.edu/dept/d10/asb/anthro2003/origins/race/race1.html
Extractions: Race and Ethnicity in America National Museum of Natural History Bulletin for Teachers, Vol 15, No. 3, Fall 1993 Varieties of (Homo sapiens): " Africanus negreus (black), Americanus rubescens (red, Asiaticus fuscus (tawny), and Europeus albescens (white)." (Linnaeus "In my opinion, to dismember mankind into races ... requires such a distortion of the facts that any usefulness disappears." (Hiernaux "...race and subrace do represent a truth about the natural world, which cannot be adequately described without consideration of them.. (Baker 1974:4) "Race is a term originally applied to populations who shared close common ancestry and certain unique traits, but it has been so overworked and its applications so broad and general that race is nearly useless and is often replaced by ethnic group." (Molnar 1992: 36) "It is important...to have a clear... understanding of the difference between race and racism, on the one hand, and ethnicity and ethnocentrism on the other." (Smedley 1993: 29) Shortly after birth, each American baby is placed in a boxnot a physical box, just a box on a piece of paper. This process, which counts the child as belonging to one and only one "race" or "ethnic group," will be repeated over and over throughout an individual's lifetime. Current American "boxes" include: 1. White, 2. Black, 3. Hispanic, 4. American Indian, 5. Eskimo or Aleut, 6. Asian or Pacific Islander. Anthropology departments sometimes receive desperate calls from parents: "I am from Pakistan, should I check 'white' or 'Asian'?" "My wife and I belong to different groups, how do we classify our baby?"
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Char. Of Amer. Indians By Tribe And Lanuage - Appendix G indians reported on the census questionnaire.AbenakiAlaska nativeAlaska Indian. Alaska native Other Alaska nativeBiorka. Bristol Bay AssiniboineBannockBlackfootBrothertonCad doCaddo http://www.census.gov/population/socdemo/race/indian/cp-3-7/appenG.pdf
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Extractions: Sample "Me Card" Abanaki Video n Abanaki = Land of the first light. (Eastport, Maine) n Goosecap was the first Abanaki to come to this land. Supposedly he shot an arrow at a tree and made the first man and woman. n Mother Earth n Father Sky n Europeans valued material possessions. n Europeans saw the land as something to be conquered. n Europeans brought strange diseases such as smallpox. (Epidemics wiped out whole towns and tribes.) n Fiddleheads as a tonic. n There are four tribes in Maine today: Malaseet - lost all their land without any treaty or payment. Micmak lost all their land without any treaty or payment. Passamaquody- land reduced by treaties with state Penobscotts land reduced by treaties with state n Hunting and gathering require large amounts of land, so when their land was reduced, the traditional economy collapsed. n The French brought Catholicism to Maine. (Natives quickly embraced Catholicism.) n Negative Images of Native Americans Squaw Indians attacked wagon trains without provocation n After the French and Indian Wars, the Indian population was quite diminished.