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Arapahoe politics, 1851-1978
xx, 373 p.,  p. of plates : ill., ports. Includes index. Bibliography: p. 345-356.
|Statement||Loretta Fowler ; foreword by Fred Eggan.. --|
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“The Crow Dance ceremony was performed when someone made a vow to sponsor the ceremony in return for supernatural aid,” explain the authors of “Arapahoe Politics, ”. 1. For an example of this kind of history, see Loretta Fowler's Arapahoe Politics, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, ). 2. Limerick, The Legacy of Conquest: The Unbroken Past of the American West (New York: Norton, ),
The American Historical Association's guide to historical literature: board of editors, George Frederick Howe [et al.] ; assisted by section editors, a central editor and others. Plains Indians have long occupied a special place in the American imagination. Both the historical reality of such evocative figures and events as Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Sacajewea, and the Battle of Little Bighorn and the lived reality of Native Americans today are often confused and conflated with popular representations of Indians in movies, paintings, novels, and on television.
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It is clear from her account that the Northern Arapahoes have made the most successful adjustment to white culture of any Plains tribe, and how it was done has important lessons, both for other Indian groups and for.
Get this from a library. Arapahoe politics, symbols in crises of authority. [Loretta Fowler]. The Northern Arapahoes of the Wind River Reservation contradict many of the generalizations made about political change among native plains people.
Loretta Fowler explores how, in response to the realities of domination by Americans, the Arapahoes have avoided serious factional divisions and Price: $ The name Arapaho may have been derived from the Pawnee word Tirapihu (or Larapihu), meaning "he buys or trades" or "traders".
The Arapaho were a prominent trading group in the Great Plains region. Arapahoe Politics, Symbols in Crises of Authority.
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Michael L. Lawson; Arapahoe Politics, – Symbols in Crises of Authority. By Loretta Fowler. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, xxi + : Michael L. Lawson. Loretta Fowler is a professor of anthropology at the University of Oklahoma.
She is the author of Arapahoe Politics, – Symbols in Crises of Authority (Nebraska ) and Shared Symbols, Contested Meanings: Gros Ventre Culture and History, – The book is organized into two parts: "Political History, "; and "Politics Today, " The first part is divided into four chapters and the second part into three, each chapter being divided again into historical periods of some consequence to the Arapahoes Author: William K.
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Arapahoe politics, symbols in crises of authority / Loretta Fowler ; foreword by Fred Eggan. E 99 A7 F68 Tribal sovereignty and the historical imagination: Cheyenne-Arapaho politics /.
Arapahoe Politics, SymbolS in Crisis of Authority. By Loretta Fowler. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, Illustrations, photographs, tables, maps, notes, bibliography, index. xx + pp. $ The thesis of this book is that the Arapa hoe, who share the Wind River reservation of.
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They had two children, John () and Charles ()who were also adopted by Felter.". Review of \u3ci\u3eArapahoe Politics, Symbols in Crisis of Authority\u3c/i\u3e By Loretta Fowler. By William K. Powers. Abstract. The thesis of this book is that the Arapahoe, who share the Wind River reservation of Wyoming with the Shoshoni, have somehow adapted better than other tribes to white domination through the creation and Author: William K.
Powers. Loretta Fowler offers a new perspective on Native American politics by examining how power on multiple levels infuses the everyday lives and consciousness of the Cheyenne and Arapaho peoples of nes and Arapahos today energetically pursue a Author: Loretta Fowler.
Arapahoe Politics, (Book Review). Berthrong, Donald J. // American Historical Review;Apr83, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p Reviews the book 'Arapahoe Politics, Symbols in Crises of Authority,' by Loretta Fowler and foreword by Fred Eggan.The Fort Laramie Treaty of was signed on Septembetween United States treaty commissioners and representatives of the Cheyenne, Sioux, Arapaho, Crow, Assiniboine, Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nations.
The treaty was an agreement between nine more or less independent parties. The treaty set forth traditional territorial claims of the tribes as among themselves.