2 edition of Analytical bibliography of sources concerning the Arapaho Indians found in the catalog.
Analytical bibliography of sources concerning the Arapaho Indians
|Statement||compiled by Zdenek Salzmann.|
|Series||Arapaho language and culture instructional materials series ;, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||Z1210.A67 S24 1983, E99.A73 S24 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 50 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||83601881|
This bibliography includes more than 1, entries from books, journals, newspaper articles, and dissertations concerning North American Indian basketry. More general cultural works with some information on basketry are also included, and the materials date from early ethnographic work in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to American Basketry An. It gives the reader an analytical approach in the survey of suicide as social issue. For this research, it was instrumental in giving us on insight on data and previous research. Goleman, Daniel. Working With Emotional Intelligence. N.p.: Random House Digital, Inc, Print. Daniel Goleman’s book is a masterpiece about human ://
The site provides primary sources like survivor testimonies and poetry, book and film reviews, a bibliography, and web links, as well as a good range of both academic and general articles and essays. These explore subjects like partisans and resistance fighters, forest-dwellers, survivors' stories, and women involved in the Nazi :// Critical Book Reviews Each student will analyze several chapters from two books or two scholarly articles from his or her research bibliography during the course. You will write a 2-page analysis of the author's sources and discuss the methods by which the author uses those sources to make an argument (see Rampolla, pages , for suggestions)
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Analytical bibliography of sources concerning the Arapaho Indians (Arapaho language and culture instructional materials series) › Books › Reference. The Salzman bibliography on the Arapaho Indians is complete and accessible. Salzman, who has researched Arapaho language and folklore for many years, begins his bibliography with a brief historical and ethnographic sketch.
While the entries in the main body of the bibliography are ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Preface The Arapaho: A Historical and Ethnographic Sketch Topically Indexed Bibliography of Sources Concerning the Arapaho Indians Guide to Sources Concerning the Arapaho Indians Introduction to the Bibliography Bibliography Topical Index to the Bibliography The Arapaho The strength of the Arapaho bibliography is the extensive coverage of U.S.
documents. American Indian Quarterly. This new bibliography of the culture and history of the Arapaho Indians is a noteworthy contribution to the effort to preserve the rich cultural › Books › Reference › Writing, Research & Publishing Guides. This book serves as the first and only master listing of bibliographies in the field of American Indian studies.
It includes all significant bibliographies, in print and online, concerning Native Americans in the United States and Canada from the earliest times through This unique book is a timeless resource for all levels of Native American bibliographies on American efforts were made to record Elders telling stories in Arapaho.
By the time the tape recorder gave way to video-recordings,volumes of language resource ma-terials had already been developed. InI assisted Dr. Salzmann in compil-ing an Analytical Bibliography of Sources Concerning the Arapaho Indians and a Dictionary of Contemporary Arapaho Contains printed constitutions, statues, session acts and resolutions passed by Indian tribes and nations.
The collection is based on a bibliography of the constitutions and laws of the American Indians. (7 Reels) Also Book located KFA1 H3 Labriola?g=&p= Analytical Bibliography of Navajo Reading Materials by Bernard Spolsky, Agnes Holm & Penny Murphy Call Number: EN3 S68x Designed as a tool for curriculum developers in the area of Navajo language arts, this volume contains both Navajo and English language ://?g=&p= The book was originally published in under the long and pretentious title Narrative Journey of travels through the Northwestern Regions of the United States, extending from Detroit through the Great Chain of American Lakes to the Sources of the Mississippi River, Performed as a Member of the expedition under Governor Cass, in the Year ?g=&p= A Note on the Bibliography With a view to rendering some assistance to the interested reader, this bibliography has been divided into five sections: sources concerned with the subject as a whole, those more specifically concerned with the Iroquois culture, two sections concerned respectively with sources reflecting Franklin's and Jefferson's contact with the Indians, and a final section of The book of American Indians.
Greenwich, Fawcett Publications, Inc. Maps, illus. [Mention is made of Papagos on page 42 and on page there is a picture entitled, A A medicine man treats a sick patient of the Papago tribe with a rattle and deer tail on San Xavier Reservation in @] InI assisted Dr.
Salzmann in compiling an Analytical Bibliography of Sources Concerning the Arapaho Indians and a Dictionary of Contemporary Arapaho Usage. Salzmann was called upon again in when he assisted in developing six hours of videotaped language lessons, 36 individual lessons in all, none of which were ever put to ~jar/ Combining clear, informative text with a wealth of maps and illustrations, this unique and bestselling resource on the North American Indian offers the most comprehensive coverage available in a single volume.
History, culture, languages, and lifeways of Native American groups across the United Online Medieval Sources Bibliography - "This database provides a searchable bibliography of private letters, wills, and household accounts to literary works, philosophical treatises, chronicles, court proceedings, church records, and a host of other were written in the Middle Ages.
Can search by subject Islam, Jews ~lipton/ This book by Margaret Coel recounts the life of the Arapaho chief, diplomat, and linguist, describes the experiences of his tribe during the nineteenth century, and clears up misconceptions about the Sand Creek massacre.
Please also see this page for many other books by Margaret Coel about the Arapaho This bibliography is meant to balance secondary and primary sources. The two types of secondary sources are those that provide analytical context, and those that synthesize analysis and fine research with vivid narrative style.
The different types of primary sources include music, graphic materials, and the written Chicago, F.V. Revell. [Allusion is made to the November 5, field work of H.F.C. ten Kate among Indians of the Southwest and northern Mexico, with Papagos mentioned specifically (pages ).
He mentions the book on Southwest Indians published by ten Kate in Holland in ] Gaynor, Gary A selected bibliography. Tucson, Native Seeds/SEARCH.
9 pp. [Several entries in this annotated bibliography concern corn among the Papago Indians.] Nabhan, Gary P., and Richard S. Felger Ancient crops for desert gardens.
Organic Gardening and Farming, Vol. 24, A selected list of microform research collections available from the University Libraries. Does not include most periodicals (journals, magazines, newspapers); please check Discover Local for specific periodical titles.
Microform holdings Betting was heavy: The Indians would put up ponies, buffalo robes, and deer skins against the silver dollars of the soldiers.  In some Comanches and Kiowas from Texas brought a black stallion to Fort Larned. This horse was considered by the Indians to be the best race horse on the ://.
Materials concerning the Ghost Dance movements are available from many sources, among them the American Indians, the military, settlers, newspaper reporters, and subsequent historians. Shelley Anne Osterreich has collected and annotated a selection of this material. Included are most of the major works on the Ghost Dance and its attendant ://The sections on Mormon beliefs and motivations for going west have been omitted.
Interested persons can find ample sources for that information. The footnotes, bibliography, maps, pictures, pioneer companies by name and dates for the year period, and historic sites - about 2/3 of the book - have also been left out for space Vol Number 1, Jan.pp Literature Sources for Conservation Research by Mitchell Hearns Bishop Introduction.
The interdisciplinary nature of conservation makes it difficult to identify a standard body of literature to use for the purposes of ://