2 edition of Ute peyotism found in the catalog.
Omer Call Stewart
Bibliography: p. 40-42.
|Series||University of Colorado studies. Series in anthropology, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||E99.U8 S8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||49045477|
in the Navajo people, their history and culture, will also find the book's. contents useful. Of the many people who have contributed to this second edition of the Navajo Bibliography, special recognition is extended to Mrs. Helena M. Yazhe of Window'Rock, Arizona, for her untiring efforts and persistent. attention to detail in its preparation. The bear dance and the sun dance were important features of their culture; the Ute also became adherents of peyotism peyotism, religion of some Native North Americans in which the hallucinogenic peyote button is used as the sacramental food. It is the most widespread indigenous contemporary Native American religion. My first children's book.
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Ute and Aberle on the Navaho can command the massive and authoritative detail that has gone into the documentation of this spread of peyotism from Ute to Navaho; and few field studies of any kind are so well pinned down to names, places, and dates. This richness of the data makes them valuable for later “problem oriented” studiesCited by: 1.
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Navaho and Ute Peyotism. David F Aberle. 23 Feb Aberle, David F., and Omer C. Stewart. Navaho and Ute Peyotism-A Chronological and Distributional Study. University of Colorado Stud ies Number 6, Aikens, C. Melvin, and David R Madsen" "Prehistory of the Eastern Area." In Handbook of North American Indians, vol.
I!, Great Basin, Warren. The Native American Church (NAC), also known as Peyotism and Peyote Religion, is a Native American religion that teaches a combination of traditional Native American beliefs and Christianity, with sacramental use of the entheogen peyote.
The religion originated in the Oklahoma Territory () in the late nineteenth century, after peyote was introduced to the southern Great Plains from Classification: Native American. Stewart writes mainly about the history and actual ceremonies of Ute peyotism and Washo-Northern Paiute peyotism.
Aberle writes detailing the move of peyotism to the Navaho as well as research about peyotism in the present-day Navaho tribe. Stewart, Omer C. Peyote Religion: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, Title: Page Format: image/jpeg: File Name: jamesJ_Page jpg: Source: Original Book: The Southern Utes A Tribal History: OCR Text: Show.
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Aberle and Omer Call Stewart (page images at HathiTrust) A Navajo life saving station. (New York: National Indian Association, ), by National Indian Association (page images at HathiTrust) A Navajo life saving.Short-term resistance to allotment and directed change included the Ute outbreak ofduring which nearly Utes fled to South Dakota.
Longer-term resistance included adoption of the Sun Dance religion and Peyotism--attempts to bind the people together and maintain an Indian identity.Map of Ute Land Cessions in Colorado Territory, Page Page Page Map of Ute Land Cessions in Colorado Territory, Page Page Ute Delegations. Page Page Page Original Book: A history of the Northern Ute people: OCR Text: Show.