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Thu Oct 16 17:59:29 2014 UTClccn-n790911200.24Black Elk speaks : being the life story of a holy man of the Oglala Sioux /0.370.96Historical background of the Gila River Reservation /9861245Raymond_J._DeMallien 79091120323459Demalì„, Raimonds 1946-lccn-n79081519Neihardt, John Gneisenau1881-1973lccn-n79081420Black Elk1863-1950lccn-n79055847Parks, Douglas R.(Douglas Richard)1942-othedtlccn-n83229860Ortiz, Alfonso1939-1997lccn-n50030235Eggan, Fred1906-1991lccn-n79091113Jahner, Elaine1942-edtlccn-n79065774Walker, J. R.(James R.)1849-lccn-n82083271Colorado Historical Societylccn-n50025820Hassrick, Royal B.lccn-n81014167Markoe, Glenn1951-DeMallie, Raymond J.1946-BiographyConference proceedingsCatalogsDramaTreatiesFictionHistoryMusicOglala IndiansBlack Elk,Oglala Indians--ReligionTeton IndiansGhost danceIndian Wars (Dakota : 1890-1891)Dakota IndiansOglala philosophyIndians of North AmericaDakota Indians--ReligionEthnologyEggan, Fred,United StatesOglala Indians--Rites and ceremoniesGreat PlainsIndians of North America--ReligionIndian philosophyAnthropology--Private collectionsIndians of North America--Material cultureRobert Hull Fleming MuseumDakota Indians--Material cultureRead, Ogden B.--(Ogden Benedict)CanadaEthnohistory--ResearchEthnohistory--MethodologyIndian mythologyOglala mythologyComanche IndiansKiowa IndiansApache IndiansIndians of North America--Social life and customsPima IndiansIndian reservationsArizonaMaricopa IndiansIndians of North America--Rites and ceremoniesShamansNorth AmericaMormonsUnited States, WestIndian dance1946197119741975197619771980198219841985198619871988198919901991199419961999200020012002200420062008200920112013833646107BE99.O3ocn492039137ocn831722669ocn461920183ocn613020372ocn465502663ocn462014034ocn470862810ocn185868919ocn185848300ocn469886810282624ocn045729827file19840.30Neihardt, John GneisenauThe Sixth Grandfather Black Elk's teachings given to John G. NeihardtBiography+-+1910178535128910ocn015055139book19870.39Sioux Indian religion : tradition and innovationConference proceedings+-+611676153512425ocn719369585file20040.24Black ElkBlack Elk speaks : being the life story of a holy man of the Oglala SiouxBiographyDrama"Black Elk Speaks is widely hailed as a religious classic, one of the best spiritual books of the modern era and the bestselling book of all time by an American Indian. This inspirational and unfailingly powerful story reveals the life and visions of the Lakota healer Nicholas Black Elk (1863?1950) and the tragic history of his Sioux people during the epic closing decades of the Old West. In 1930, the aging Black Elk met a kindred spirit, the famed poet, writer, and critic John G. Neihardt (1881?1973) on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. The Lakota elder chose Neihardt to share his visions and life with the world. Neihardt understood and today Black Elk is known to all."--Cover, p. 4+-+159079389610205ocn030594282book19940.47North American Indian anthropology : essays on society and cultureThese essays explore the blending of structural and historical approaches to American Indian anthropology that characterizes the perspective developed by the late Fred Eggan and his students at the University of Chicago. They include studies of kinship and social organization, politics, religion, law, ethnicity, and art. Many reflect Eggan's method of controlled comparison, a tool for reconstructing social and cultural change over time. Together these essays make substantial descriptive contributions to American Indian anthropology, presenting contemporary interpretations of diverse groups from the Hudson Bay Inuit in the north to the Highland Maya of Chiapas in the south. The collection will serve as an introduction to Native American social and cultural anthropology for readers interested in the dynamics of Indian social life9746ocn005310088book19800.39Walker, J. RLakota belief and ritualThis book presents the James R. Walker collection of traditional Lakota knowledge. Walker spent eighteen years in South Dakota as a physician on the Pine Ridge Reservation, the home of the Oglala Sioux. From 1896 until 1914, he collected material relating to nearly every aspect of the old Lakota way of life. This collection records teachings by men whose statements of belief show the energy, depth, and imaginative intensity characteristic of the Lakota response to specific cultural, social, and ecological challenges+-+46824785352992ocn017508518book19860.63Robert Hull Fleming MuseumVestiges of a proud nation : the Ogden B. Read Northern Plains Indian collectionCatalogs2153ocn048209643book20010.26Handbook of North American Indians+-+2559505165553ocn679936457book20110.50Neihardt, John GneisenauEagle voice remembers : an authentic tale of the old Sioux worldFiction"[Eagle Voice Remembers] is John Neihardt's mature and reflective interpretation of the old Sioux way of life. He served as a translator of the Sioux past, whose audience has proved not to be limited by space or time. Through his writings, Black Elk, Eagle Elk, and other old men who were of that last generation of Sioux to have participated in the old buffalo-hunting life and the disorienting period of strife with the U.S. Army found a literary voice. What they said chronicles a dramatic transition in the life of the Plains Indians; the record of their thoughts, interprete+-+K371878535263ocn048932065book20010.47PlainsHistory+-+2559505165151ocn016919292book19760.53DeMallie, Raymond JThe Treaty of Medicine Lodge, 1867 : between the United States and the Kiowa, Comanche and Apache IndiansTreaties151ocn008191924book19770.93DeMallie, Raymond JComanche treaties with the Republic of TexasTreaties142ocn008191962book19770.92DeMallie, Raymond JComanche treaties of the Civil War periodTreaties141ocn008191890book19770.94DeMallie, Raymond JComanche treaty of 1846 with the United States131ocn489742605book19910.37Mooney, JamesThe ghost-dance religion and the Sioux outbreak of 1890MusicIncludes index. Introduction to the Bison Book Edition by Raymond J. DeMallie+-+8226378535131ocn013846788book19770.94DeMallie, Raymond JComanche treaty of 1835 with the United StatesTreaties131ocn008191993book19770.93DeMallie, Raymond JComanche treaties of 1850, 1852, & 1853 with the United StatesTreaties121ocn017274907book19770.96DeMallie, Raymond JHistorical background of the Gila River Reservation121ocn008192064book19770.92DeMallie, Raymond JComanche treaties : historical backgroundHistory121ocn016919375book19770.66DeMallie, Raymond JThe Jerome Agreement between the Kiowa, Comanche & Apache Tribes and the United States governmentTreaties111ocn013846738book19770.95DeMallie, Raymond JThe Jerome Agreement of 1892 between the Comanches and the United StatesTreaties1822ocn851285431book20130.84Transforming ethnohistories : narrative, meaning, and community" Anthropologists need history to understand how the past has shaped the present. Historians need anthropology to help them interpret the past. Where anthropologists' and historians' needs intersect is ethnohistory. The contributors to this volume have been inspired in large part by the teaching and writing of distinguished ethnohistorian Raymond J. DeMallie, whose exemplary combination of ethnographic and archival research demonstrates the ways anthropology and history can work together to create an understanding of the past and the present. Transforming Ethnohistories comprises ten new avenues of ethnohistorical research ranging in topic from fiddling performances to environmental disturbance and spanning places from North Carolina to the Yukon. The authors seek to understand communities by finding and interpreting their stories in a variety of different texts, some of which lie outside academic understanding and research methodology. It is exactly those stories, conventionally labeled "myths" or "oral tradition," that ethnohistorians demand we pay attention to. Although historians cannot see or talk to their informants as anthropologists do, both anthropologists and historians can listen to oral histories and written documents for the essential stories they contain. The essays assembled here use DeMallie's approach to contribute to the history and anthropology of Native North America and address issues of literary criticism and contexts, sociolinguistics, performance theory, identity and historical change, historical and anthropological methods and theory, and the interpretation of histories, cultures, and stories. Debates over the legitimacy of ethnohistory as a specialization have led some scholars to declare its decline. This volume shows ethnohistory to be alive and well and continuing to attract young scholars"--+-+6116761535+-+6116761535Thu Oct 16 15:16:23 EDT 2014batch16805