Gros Ventre : NQ13.
This collection of 8 documents primarily describes the traditional culture of the Gros Ventre, an Algonkian-speaking Native American group, from approximately the mid-nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth. Historically the Gros Ventre were a nomadic people ranging widely on the Great Plains. In 18...
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New Haven, Conn. :
Human Relations Area Files,
|Series:||EHRAF World Cultures. North America.
- Culture summary, Gros Ventre / John Beierle
- The Gros Ventres of Montana : part 2, Religion and ritual / J.M. Cooper ; edited by Regina Flannery
- The Gros Ventres of Montana : part 1, Social life ; Mens' and women's speech in Gros Ventre / Regina Flannery
- Gros Ventre / Loretta Fowler and Regina Flannery
- Shared symbols, contested meanings : Gros Ventre culture and history, 1778-1984 / Loretta Fowler
- Ethnology of the Gros Ventre / A.L. Kroeber
- 'Male' and 'female' speech in Gros Ventre / Allan R. Taylor.