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The Blood People: A Division of the Blackfoot Confederacy : An Illustrated Interpretation of the Old Ways ePub download

by Adolf Hungrywolf

  • Author: Adolf Hungrywolf
  • ISBN: 0064506002
  • ISBN13: 978-0064506007
  • ePub: 1220 kb | FB2: 1178 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Harper & Row; 1st edition (June 1, 1977)
  • Pages: 370
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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The Blood People: A Division of the Blackfoot Confederacy : An Illustrated Interpretation of the Old Ways ePub download

The curator at the Museum of the Plains Indian told me in 2012, "We don't tell you everything, and sometimes we lie and tell you what you want to hear. Another Blackfeet told me the story was of Blackfeet/Blood origin and the guy at the museum didn't know what he was talking about.

The curator at the Museum of the Plains Indian told me in 2012, "We don't tell you everything, and sometimes we lie and tell you what you want to hear. Mr Hungry Wolf is an Austrian who moved to western Canada and fell in love with the Blood people and with a Blood woman. He married her, took up Blood ways, was adopted into the tribe, started a family, and after some time began writing books with the blessing of several of the tribal elders

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Hungry Wolf, Adolf, 1944- . The Blood People: a division of the Blackfoot Confederacy : an illustrated interpretation of the old ways. Also of value are the numerous narratives of pre- and early reservation life obtained by Hungry Wolf from a broad spectrum of elderly individuals. This book should be used with caution, however, since the author (a non-Indian) apparently felt so immersed in Blood life that he did not think it necessary to clearly distinguish his own views from those of his informants.

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The major divi- sion in the population is that between the descendants of ear- lier Black settlers and those of more recent Caribbean origin.

Hungry Wolf Adolf 1977 The Blood People a Division of the Blackfoot Confederacy from ANTH 2803 at University of Arkansas, Fort Smith. The Blood People, a Division of the Blackfoot Confederacy: An Illustrated Interpretation of the Old Ways. New York: Harper & Row. Hungry Wolf, Beverly (1980). The Ways of My Grandmothers. New York: William Morrow. McFee, Malcolm (1972). Modern Blackfoot: Montanans on a Reservation. The major divi- sion in the population is that between the descendants of ear- lier Black settlers and those of more recent Caribbean origin. The major home countries have been Jamaica, Guyana, Haiti, and Trinidad and Tobago.

The Blood Indians are the northern most of the three principal divisions of the Blackfoot Nation. Located on an isolated reserve in Alberta, Canada, the Bloods have been able to maintain their traditional way of life longer into the Twentieth Century than most other tribes. Even today, their annual Sun Dance ceremony is a profoundly religious event unmarred by the country fair commercialism which has invaded similar gatherings on so many other reservations. Adolf Hungry Wolf came to the Bloods as a stranger many years ago and has remained with them.

Hungry Wolf, Adolf (1977). New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. Robbins, Lynn A. (1972). Blackfoot Families and Households. University Microfilms. University of Oregon, 1971. Wissler, Clark (1910). Material Culture of the Blackfoot Indians

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