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Social Life of the Crow Indians (Communal Societies in America)

Robert H. Lowie

Social Life of the Crow Indians (Communal Societies in America)

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Published by AMS Press .
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  Children addressed all members of their father’s clan as “father”, and wives did not talk to their husband’s brother (Social Life of the Crow, ). These and many other social customs helped unite the tribe as a single people, even though feuds and . Buy The Crow Indians Rev by Robert H. Lowie, Phenocia Bauerle (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(5).


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Social Life of the Crow Indians, Volume 9 Volume 9, Part 2 of Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History Social Life of the Crow Indians, Robert Harry Lowie: Author: Robert Harry Lowie: Publisher: The Trustees, Length: 1 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lowie, Robert Harry, Social life of the Crow Indians. New York: AMS Press, (OCoLC) Social life of the Crow Indians / Author: Lowie, Robert Harry, Note: New York: Social Life of the Crow Indians book Press, Link: page images at HathiTrust; US access only: No stable link: This is an uncurated book entry from our extended bookshelves, readable online now but without a stable link here.

First published inThe Crow Indians offers a concise and Social Life of the Crow Indians book introduction to the nineteenth-century world of the Crow Indians. Drawing on interviews with Crow elders in the early twentieth century, Robert H.

Lowie showcases many facets of Crow life, including ceremonies, religious beliefs, a rich storytelling tradition, everyday life, the ties of kinship and the practice of war Cited by: OCLC Number: Description: 1 preliminary leaf, pages 24 cm.

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Social Life of the Crow Indians Author. The author’s discussion of Crow tribal history and his vivid descriptions of current reservation life show how the Apsáalooke are adapting to a changing world. By examining pivotal social and religious institutions, including the clan-uncle and clan-aunt relationships, the acquisition and use of medicine, and the Sun Dance, the author show how reciprocity and interdependence weave together.

The haughty bearing of the Crow impressed Maximilian, as did their craftsmanship. He admired the women's porcupinequill embroidery and the men's bows of elk or mountain-sheep horn, some of them covered with the skin of a rattlesnake; and the draftsman of the expedition sketched a quiver decorated with a quill rosette.

The Crow developed a highly complex social system. They were enemies of the Sioux and helped the whites in the Sioux wars. Today most Crow live in Montana, near the Little Bighorn, where tourism, ranching, and mineral leases provide tribal income.

In there were over 9, Crow in. The Crow Indians have a very unique social structure. They are essentially a matriarchal tribe, where women play a significant role in the administration of the tribe.

In fact, throughout Crow history, there have been quite a few women chiefs. Tipis are the Social Life of the Crow Indians book houses of the Crow Indians. These houses are made of wooden poles and bison. Social life of the Crow Indians.

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This item appears in the following Collection(s) Anthropological Social Life of the Crow Indians book of the American Museum of Natural History. Traditional Crow social organization included three bands, which were known as Mountain Crow, River Crow, and Kicked-in-Their-Bellies; the last was most Social Life of the Crow Indians book an offshoot from the Mountain Crow and remained closely allied to that band.

Much of traditional Crow. First published inThe Crow Indians offers a concise and accessible introduction to the nineteenth-century world of the Crow Indians.

Drawing on interviews with Crow elders in the early twentieth century, Robert H. Lowie showcases many facets of Crow life, including ceremonies, religious beliefs, a rich storytelling tradition, everyday life, the ties of kinship and the practice of war.

Social Life of the Crow Indians, Robert H. Lowie, AMS Press,hardcover, ISBN ; Material Culture of the Crow Indians, Robert H Lowie, The Trustees,hardcover, ASIN BWH80; The Tobacco Society of the Crow Indians, Robert H. Lowie, The Trustees,hardcover, ASIN BIFRG.

The Crow Nation Then and Now. Author: Helene Smith,Mickey Old Coyote; Publisher: McDonald & Sward Publishing Company ISBN: Category: Social Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» First comprehensive and up-to-date history of Crow Tribe. This book, through the experiences of the Crow Nation, relates to all native tribes as it reflects present-day governmental.

Robert Harry Lowie has written: 'Crow word lists' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, Crow, English, English language, Crow language 'The matrilineal complex' -- subject(s): Social life and customs. Joseph Medicine Crow Buy from $ Plenty Coups Chief of the Frank B Linderman Buy from $ Borderlords. Terry C Johnston Buy from $ The Life and Adventures of Thomas D Bonner Buy from $ Two Leggings.

Peter Nabokov, John C Ewers (Foreword by) Buy from $ The World of the Crow Indians Rodney Frey Buy from $ The. Dr. Joseph Medicine Crow lives in Lodge Grass, MT. He is the last traditional chief of the Crow tribe.

His anthropology master's thesis, "The Effects of European Culture Contact Upon the Economic, Social, and Religious Life of the Crow Indians," and his book From the Heart of Crow Country: The Crow Indians' Own Story remains one of the most widely read resources on Crow culture today.3/5(2).

House, 7 books United States, 6 books Linderman, Frank Bird, 6 books Margaret Irvin Carrington, 5 books James Pierson Beckwourth, 5 books Joseph Medicine Crow, 4 books Henry Real Bird, 4 books Frederick E.

Hoxie, 4 books Plenty Coups Chief of the Crows, 3 books François Antoine Larocque, 3 books Rose Sobol, 3 books United States. Congress. The Crow were subdivided into thirteen clans, described in detail in Robert H.

Each of tribal subgroups (large groups of closely related families) was headed by a man with a distinguish record in intertribal war. Members of all clans were found in the Acaraho, Minisepere, and Erarapio encampments. The world of the Crow Indians comes to life in this extraordinary collection of stories from respected elder and famed storyteller Joseph Medicine Crow.

Raised by traditional grandparents, who remembered life before the reservation days, Medicine Crow as a child would listen to stories that his grandfather and other elders told during sweat baths/5. Dr. Joseph Medicine Crow lives in Lodge Grass, MT.

He is the last traditional chief of the Crow tribe. His anthropology master's thesis, "The Effects of European Culture Contact Upon the Economic, Social, and Religious Life of the Crow Indians," and his book From the Heart of Crow Country: The Crow Indians' Own Story remains one of the most widely read resources on Crow culture today.

Before the early 's the Crow lived in earth-lodges and were farmers. In the 's the tribe moved west to Montana and northern Wyoming, and slowly became hunters of bison and other large game. Joseph Medicine Crow lives in Lodge Grass, MT. He is the last traditional chief of the Crow tribe. His anthropology master's thesis, The Effects of European Culture Contact Upon the Economic, Social, and Religious Life of the Crow Indians, and his book From the Heart of Crow Country: The Crow Indians' Own Story remains one of the most widely read resources on Crow culture today.

Cite this Record. Social Life of the Crow Indians. Robert H. Lowie. Anthropological Papers, New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History. (tDAR id: ). The Crow, whose autonym is Apsáalooke, also spelled Absaroka, are Native Americans living primarily in southern Montana.

Today, the Crow people have a federally recognized tribe, the Crow Tribe of Montana, with an Indian reservation located in the south-central part of the state.

Crow Indians are a Plains tribe, who speak the Crow language, part of the Missouri River Valley branch of Siouan. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Author of Culture & ethnology, Primitive religion, Primitive society, Social organization, The Crow Indians, Indians of the Plains, The material culture of the Crow Indians, The tobacco society of the Crow Indians Accessible book. Buy a cheap copy of The Crow Indians (Second Edition) book by Robert Harry Lowie.

First published inThe Crow Indians offers a concise and accessible introduction to the nineteenth-century world of the Crow Indians.

Drawing on interviews Free shipping over $ The Absaroke Indians of America __ "Better known as 'The Crow' Indians – an appellation given to them by the White Man, either derisively or as a mistaken translation of their Indian name that actually meant 'Sparrowhawk' or 'Bird People' - the Absaroke were originally part of the Hidatsa or Gros Ventre Tribe residing along the Missouri River in North Dakota.".

The Crow Indians' Own Stories. Author: Joseph Medicine Crow; Publisher: U of Nebraska Press ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The oral historian of the Crow tribe collects stories which introduce the world of the Crow Indians, including its legends, humorous tales, history, and everday life.

The life and adventures of James P. Beckwourth, mountaineer, scout, pioneer, and chief of the Crow nation of Indians / (London: Unwin; New York: Macmillan, ), by James Pierson Beckwourth, ed. by Charles Godfrey Leland, T. Bonner, Charles Godfrey Leland, and T.

Bonner (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). TY - BOOK. T1 - Parading through History. T2 - The Making of the Crow Nation in America – AU - Hoxie, Frederick E.

PY - /3. Y1 - /3. N2 - This history of the Crow Indians links their nineteenth-century nomadic life and their modern by:   In most places, the distinction was “white” and “colored.” The definition of “white” varied by location, but anyone who didn’t meet that definition was “colored.” this included not only African Americans, but Asians (there is a legend that Judge R.

Crow Indian Reservation This site, designed for children provided a general overview of the Crow Tribe. The Crow Indians This online book was written by Robert H. Lowie. Among the topics included are tribal orginization, wars, religion, rights and festivles, and dances.

The World of the Crow Indians. As Driftwood Lodges. By Rodney Frey. $ Paperback Add to Cart The author’s discussion of Crow tribal history and his vivid descriptions of current reservation life show how the Apsáalooke are adapting to a changing world.

By examining pivotal social and religious institutions, including the clan-uncle. Early life. Joseph Medicine Crow (his Crow name meant High Bird) was born in on the Crow Indian Reservation near Lodge Grass, Montana, to Amy Yellowtail and Leo Medicine Crow.

As the Crow kinship system was matrilineal, he was considered born for his mother's people, and gained his social status from that ty and hereditary positions were passed through the maternal mater: Linfield College, University of.

Crow Indians Learn about the Crow Indians and their tribal culture. Currently residing in Billings, Montana on a reservation, the Crow Indians at one time lived in the Yellowstone River Valley. They spoke a sublanguage of the Missouri River Siouan.

Lakota Woman The book “Lakota Woman,” is an autobiography that depicts Mary Crow Dog and Indians’ Lives. Because I only had a limited knowledge on Indians, the book was full of surprising incidents. Moreover, she starts out her story by describing how her Indian friends died.

Inhe was the first member of the Crow tribe to obtain a Master’s degree. His Master’s thesis, “The Effects of European Culture Contact upon the Economic, Social, and Religious Life of the Crow Indians,” remains an authoritative and widely read source on Crow culture.

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