9 edition of More Mohave myths. found in the catalog.
|Series||Anthropological records ;|
|LC Classifications||E51 .A58 vol. 27, E99.M77 .A58 vol. 27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 160 p.|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||76632163|
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Mojave Indian Ethnography & Ethnohistory Major Sources Major sources on Mojave ethnography include A. Kroeber'sHandbook of the Indians of California (), "Seven Mohave Myths" (), "More Mohave Myths" (); and Lorraine Sherer's "The Clan System of the Mojave Indians: A Contemporary Survey" (), and "The Name Mojave, Mohave: A History of Its Origin and Meaning".
This story has more plot interest than the majority of those which the Mohave profess to dream and sing to. It might be described as a tale of adventures on an almost epic scale, and it does not systematically account for the origin or institution of anything, although a bit of cosmogony drifts in toward the end.
The last scholarly task which Alfred Kroeber completed was the third in his trilogy of Mohave myths: More Mohave Myths.
(The first and second of these are Seven Mohave Myths and A Mohave Historical Epic.) Theodora Kroeber, along with Robert Heizer, saw the final version of More Mohave Myths through printing after Kroeber's death.
In the preface. 10 Myths About Olive Oatman The tattooed woman tells all in a new biography that debunks myths circulating since August 1, Margot Mifflin Olive Oatman was a 14 year old traveling west in when Southwest Indians attacked her family’s wagon train in Arizona (then Mexico), capturing Olive and her seven-year-old sister Mary Ann.
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Mohave oral literature has its closest links with the traditional narratives of the other Yuman-speaking groups of southern California, western Arizona, and northern Baja California.
A Mohave Historical Epic. Anthropological Records 1 l(2) Berkeley: University of California Press. More Mohave Myths. Anthropological Records Berkeley: University of California Press. Kroeber, A. L., and Clifton Kroeber A Mohave War Reminiscence, University of California Publications in Anthropology MCC has partnered with Ambassador Education Solutions to provide the best value and highest customer service.
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My library. ON MOHAVE CULTURAL HERO MYTHS. The Mohave Indians lived on the Colorado river, which separates California and Arizona. The Fort Mohave Indian reservation is located just across the river from Needles, California. The immense desert region to the west of the reservation is called the Mohave Desert, which includes the vast East Mojave National.
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Smith, San Bernardino. Stratton’s book, too, claimed that the girls received designs specific to “their own captives.” But the very pattern Olive wore appears on a ceramic figurine of the late 19th-early 20th century that displays traditional Mohave face painting, tattoo, beads and clothing.
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