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Omaha tribe

Alice C. Fletcher

Omaha tribe

by Alice C. Fletcher

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Published by Johnson Reprint Corp. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Omaha Indians.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alice C. Fletcher and Francis La Flesche.
    SeriesLandmarks in anthropology
    ContributionsLa Flesche, Francis, d. 1932, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.O4 F65 1970
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17-672 p.
    Number of Pages672
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4888018M
    LC Control Number76018920

    Books by Language Journal of Economic Education Journal of materials engineering. Journal of paediatric dentistry. Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology Additional Collections Journal of Experimental Psychology Full text of "The Omaha tribe".   About the Book Eleanor Baxter, Alice Saunsoci, and Hawate (Wenona Caramony) are female elders of the Omaha Tribe in Macy, in the northeast corner of Nebraska. All three grew up on the Omaha reservation, moved away in later life, and held careers outside the reservation.

    Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find The Omaha Tribe () by Fletcher, Alice C. Big Elk, also known as Ontopanga (–/), was a principal chief of the Omaha tribe for many years on the upper Missouri is notable for his oration delivered at the funeral of Black Buffalo in Big Elk led his people during a time of increasing changes, with threats from Sioux warfare, disease and European-American encroachment.. He created alliances to protect his.

    Brand new Book. The Omaha Tribe is considered by some anthropologists to be the most important and comprehensive study ever written about a Native American tribe. First published in as a report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, this classic treatise is based on twenty-nine years of study and observation in the field.   The Omaha tribe began as a larger woodland tribe comprising both the Omaha and Quapaw tribes and lived in the area near the Ohio and Wabash Rivers. As they moved farther West, the tribes split, with Quapaw tribe moving into what is now Arkansas and the Omaha tribe, known as U-Mo’n-Ho’n (“upstream”) settling near the Missouri River in.


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The Omaha tribe by Alice C. Fletcher, Francis La Flesche, La Flesche, Francis This edition published in in Washington. Can you add one?Cited by: The Omaha tribe 10 editions By Alice C. Fletcher, Francis La Flesche, La Flesche, Francis Go to the editions section to read or download ebooks.

Omaha tribe. Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alice C Fletcher; Francis La Flesche; Smithsonian Institution.

Bureau of American Ethnology. The Mongrel: A Story of Logan Fontenelle of the Omaha Indians by D. Anthony, Ph.D. Barak, et al Book Description: In the early s, the outpost of Bellevue, Nebraska Territory was the home of the Omaha Indians as well as that of Logan Fontenelle, the half-breed son of the famous fur-trader Lucien Fontenelle.

A famous writer visiting Bellevue. Nebraska - Lincoln. Olson, Paul and Miller (Thio-um-Baska), Wallace Wade, "The Book of the Omaha: Literature of the Omaha People" ().

Omaha Tribe of Nebraska, Macy, Nebraska. 7, likes talking about this 1, were here. The Umonhon (Omaha) are a federally recognized American Indian Tribe whose Reservation is in.

The first European journal reference to the Omaha tribe was made by Pierre-Charles Le Sueur in Informed by reports, he described an Omaha village with dwellings and a population of about 4, people.

It was located on the Big Sioux River near its confluence with the Missouri, near present-day Sioux City, Iowa. The French then called it "The River of the Mahas.". E-BOOK EXCERPT The Omaha Tribe is considered by some anthropologists to be the most important and comprehensive study ever written about a Native American tribe.

First published in as a report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, this classic treatise is based on twenty-nine years of study and observation in the field. The Omaha Tribe, Volume 1 by Alice C. Fletcher Paperback $ The Supernatural Among the Omaha Tribe of Indians (Classic Reprint) by Alice Cunningham Fletcher Paperback $ Customers who viewed this item also viewed Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of /5(2).

In the preface to The Middle Five the author Francis La Flesche noted that he chose to write about boys from the Omaha Tribe living in in a boarding school for NA children and teens rather than those still living in their villages in the plains of Nebraska circa the s because he thought the familiarity of the school setting would make the tribe more readily comprehensible to the European American reader/5(7).

About the Book The Omaha Tribe is considered by some anthropologists to be the most important and comprehensive study ever written about a Native American tribe.

First published in as a report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, this classic treatise is based on twenty-nine years of study and observation in the field. Omaha Tribe of NE and IA History. T he Omaha Tribe originated because of a division within the Sioux Nation in the early s.

They had lived together near the junction of the Ohio and Wabash Rivers, near present-day Cincinnati, Ohio. Migrating westward with the Quapaw, the Omahas settled at the mouth of the Missouri River on the northern edge of present-day St.

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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed. The Omaha Tribe is perhaps the most complete and well integrated documentation of a traditional Plains Indian ceremonial order.

The authors combined an intimate insider's knowledge of Omaha language and ceremony with an outsider's view of the culture as a whole. Studying this book is almost infinitely rewarding.

It is sufficiently detailed to. Summary: A collaboration of a pioneering anthropologist and a prominent Omaha ethnologist. This volume takes up the language, social life, music, religion, warfare, healing practices, and death and burial customs of the Omahas.

Buy a cheap copy of Historical Sketch of the Omaha Tribe of book. Free shipping over $. Presented here are selections from the American Folklife Center's collections documenting Omaha music traditions.

The sound recordings include 44 wax cylinder recordings made in the s (first published on a LP entitled Omaha Indian Music: Historical Recordings from the Fletcher/La Flesche Collection), songs and spoken-word segments from the Omaha harvest celebration pow-wow.The Omaha Tribe first appeared as the Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology.

Although published init was really the last in a series of great nineteenth-century ethnographies designed to document and interpret the Native presence in America.

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