Crow : NQ10.

This collection of 25 documents is concerned with the Siouan-speaking Crow peoples of southern Montana and northern Wyoming of the United States of America. Time focus of the documents spans from the 1730s when Crow acquired the horse to the early 2000s. During this time, the Crow had undergone chan...

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Corporate Author: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Other Authors: Big Man, Max., Denig, Edwin Thompson, 1812-1858., Frey, Rodney, 1950-, Hoxie, Frederick E., 1947-, Lowie, Robert Harry, 1883-1957., McAllester, David P. 1916-2006., Morgan, Lewis Henry, 1818-1881., Murdock, George Peter, 1897-1985., Väyrynen, Marjo., Voget, Fred W., Wildschut, William.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2014-
Series:EHRAF World Cultures. North America.
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Online Access:CONNECT
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520 2 |a This collection of 25 documents is concerned with the Siouan-speaking Crow peoples of southern Montana and northern Wyoming of the United States of America. Time focus of the documents spans from the 1730s when Crow acquired the horse to the early 2000s. During this time, the Crow had undergone changes from nomadic, equestrian buffalo hunters to settled agriculturalists with their own tribal government. The basic source in the collection is by anthropologist Robert H. Lowie (1935) who worked among the Crow at various periods between 1907 and 1931. Drawing on information from interviews with elderly informants, this book provides detailed description of Crow society and culture both historically and contemporaneously. The information in this source is complemented by Lowie's other works that focus on specific themes including material culture, the sun dance, military societies, religion and ceremonials, art, and acculturation and life history of individuals. The collection also includes documents by three non-anthropologists who recorded their own intimate knowledge of Crow culture and society as observed at different times. The trader Edwin Denig, who lived on the Upper Missouri between 1833 and 1856, wrote detailed observations on the Crow way of life during that period. William Wildschut, a businessman who lived among the Crow in the early twentieth century, described Crow beadwork and medicine bundles. Crow chief Max Big Man gave an eye witness account of a Crow beaver dance and adoption ceremony conducted in 1926. The remaining documents in the collection fill in information on various aspects of Crow culture and society including a sketch of early history (Morgan), tribal politics and relations with the Federal Government (Hoxie), culture contact and acculturation (Voget 1948, 1980, 1987), magic and divination rites (McAllester; Voget 1995), survival of cultural ethos (Väyrynen), storytelling (Frey). Two documents in the collection are good secondary sources that provide a general over-view of the traditional culture (Murdock; Voget 2001). 
505 0 0 |t The Beaver dance and adoption ceremony of the Crow Indians /  |r Max Big Man ; with an Introduction by Jesse Schultz Graham and Notes by C. Adrian Heidenreich --  |t Five Indian tribes of the upper Missouri: Sioux, Arickaras, Assiniboines, Crees, Crows /  |r Edwin Thompson Denig, edited with introduction by John C. Ewers --  |t Culture Summary, Crow ; Re-telling one's own : storytelling among the Apsaalooke (Crow Indians) /  |r Rodney Frey --  |t Parading through history : the making of the Crow nation in America, 1805-1935 ; Searching for structure : reconstructing Crow family life during the reservation era /  |r Frederick E. Hoxie --  |t Crow Indian art ; Minor ceremonies of the Crow Indians ; My Crow interpreter ; Societies of the Crow, Hidatsa and Mandan Indians : Military societies of the Crow Indians to current ; The Crow Indians ; The Material culture of the Crow Indians ; The religion of the Crow Indians ; The Sun dance of the Crow Indians /  |r Robert H. Lowie --  |t Water as a disciplinary agent among the Crow and Blackfoot /  |r David McAllester --  |t The Indian journals 1859-62 /  |r Lewis Henry Morgan --  |t The Crows of the western plains /  |r George Peter Murdock --  |t 'You're considered a warrior then': respect and individualism in Crow military service /  |r Marjo Väyrynen --  |t Adaptation and cultural persistence among the Crow Indians of Montana ; Crow ; Sacred numerology and management of the universe by the Crow Indians ; The Crow Indian give-away : A primary instrument for cultural adaptation and persistence /  |r Fred W. Voget --  |t Individual motivation in the diffusion of the Wind River Shoshone Sundance to the Crow Indians /  |r Fred Voget --  |t Crow Indian beadwork: a descriptive and historical study /  |r William Wildschut and John C. Ewers --  |t Crow Indian medicine bundles /  |r by William Wildschut ; edited by John C. Ewers. 
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700 1 2 |a Denig, Edwin Thompson,  |d 1812-1858.  |t Five Indian tribes of the upper Missouri. 
700 1 2 |a Frey, Rodney,  |d 1950-  |t Culture Summary, Crow. 
700 1 2 |a Frey, Rodney,  |d 1950-  |t Re-telling one's own, storytelling among the Apsaalooke (Crow Indians) 
700 1 2 |a Hoxie, Frederick E.,  |d 1947-  |t Parading through history, the making of the Crow nation in America, 1805-1935. 
700 1 2 |a Hoxie, Frederick E.,  |d 1947-  |t Searching for structure, reconstructing Crow family life during the reservation era. 
700 1 2 |a Lowie, Robert Harry,  |d 1883-1957.  |t Crow Indian art. 
700 1 2 |a Lowie, Robert Harry,  |d 1883-1957.  |t Minor ceremonies of the Crow Indians. 
700 1 2 |a Lowie, Robert Harry,  |d 1883-1957.  |t My Crow interpreter. 
700 1 2 |a Lowie, Robert Harry,  |d 1883-1957.  |t Societies of the Crow, Hidatsa and Mandan Indians. 
700 1 2 |a Lowie, Robert Harry,  |d 1883-1957.  |t Crow Indians. 
700 1 2 |a Lowie, Robert Harry,  |d 1883-1957.  |t Material culture of the Crow Indians. 
700 1 2 |a Lowie, Robert Harry,  |d 1883-1957.  |t Religion of the Crow Indians. 
700 1 2 |a Lowie, Robert Harry,  |d 1883-1957.  |t Sun dance of the Crow Indians. 
700 1 2 |a McAllester, David P.  |q (David Park),  |d 1916-2006.  |t Water as a disciplinary agent among the Crow and Blackfoot. 
700 1 2 |a Morgan, Lewis Henry,  |d 1818-1881.  |t Indian journals 1859-62. 
700 1 2 |a Murdock, George Peter,  |d 1897-1985.  |t Crows of the western plains. 
700 1 2 |a Väyrynen, Marjo.  |t You're considered a warrior then. 
700 1 2 |a Voget, Fred W.  |t Adaptation and cultural persistence among the Crow Indians of Montana. 
700 1 2 |a Voget, Fred W.  |t Crow. 
700 1 2 |a Voget, Fred W.  |t Individual motivation in the diffusion of the Wind River Shoshone Sundance to the Crow Indians. 
700 1 2 |a Voget, Fred W.  |t Sacred numerology and management of the universe by the Crow Indians. 
700 1 2 |a Voget, Fred W.  |t Crow Indian give-away, A primary instrument for cultural adaptation and persistence. 
700 1 2 |a Wildschut, William.  |t Crow Indian beadwork. 
700 1 2 |a Wildschut, William.  |t Crow Indian medicine bundles. 
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