2 edition of Alcohol and the Northwest coast Indians. found in the catalog.
Alcohol and the Northwest coast Indians.
Edwin McCarthy Lemert
Bibliography: p. 403-406.
|Series||University of California publications in culture and society,, v. 2, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||H31 .C17 vol. 2, no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||a 54009602|
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About the Author. Robert H. Ruby was both physician and independent scholar. Along with John A. Brown, he was coauthor of numerous books, including Indians of the Pacific Northwest: A History. John A. Brown was Professor Emeritus of History at Wenatchee Valley College, Washington.
He is coauthor of numerous books, Cited by: 7. An excellent book on the impact of alcohol on a person and on society as a whole. Written by a medical doctor with many years experience in the field, it is not a medical text but written for the layperson.
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This important work, the first composite history of the region’s native inhabitants, covers the period roughly from tofrom the first white contacts to the aftermath of the Dawes Act.5/5(2).
The dwellings of the Northwest Coast Indians were rectilinear structures that were built of timber or planks and, except for those in northwestern California, were usually quite large, as the members of a corporate “house” typically lived together in one the houses of the Wakashan province, huge cedar posts with side beams and ridgepoles constituted a.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: "Drinking at Snowdrift --an Athapaskan example" / J. Van Stone --"Alcohol in the life of Northwest coast Indians" / E.
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The Art of the Northwest Coast Indians book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(2). Feeding The People, Feeding the Spirit is an indigenous foods resource for Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest. Even though this book contains many voices, they speak as one when they say, "Our traditional foods matter." The book documents a community-based research project where Northwest Indian College Traditional Plants and Foods Program staff.
Come along with us as we meet some of America's first peoples. Turn the pages of Northwest Coast Indians to discover: what happens at a potlatch, what fish the Native Americans burned like a candle, what you can learn from totem poles.
Each book in the Native Americas series explores a different area of our country and the people who first lived there. Introduction - Northwest Indian Tribes The Northwest Coast American Indians lived in clans and had a native population of aboutBelow you'll find out who these men and women were, what they ate, where they lived, and why the northwest coast tribes were known to.
Museum curator and noted illustrator recaptures the rich, lost culture of Northwest Coast Indians in 33 meticulously-researched, ready-to-color line drawings. Depicts traditional lifestyles, costumes of the Nootka, Chinook, Kwakiutl, and other tribes from late 18th- to early 20th centuries.
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In Northwest Coast culture, their customs, beliefs, and history were passed down orally through stories, songs, and dances.
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The land and waters provided rich natural resources through cedar and salmon, and highly structured cultures developed from relatively dense populations. Within the Pacific Northwest, many different nations developed, each with their own distinct.
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Potlatch, ceremonial distribution of property and gifts to affirm or reaffirm social status, as uniquely institutionalized by the American Indians of the Northwest Pacific coast.
The potlatch reached its most elaborate development among the southern Kwakiutl from to Although each group had its characteristic version. The art objects shown and described in this book are to the anthropologist and the artist what original documents are to the historian.
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Fill in the blank. The ate beans, squash, and corn which they named The Three Sisters. They also hunted for deer, bears, caribou, elk, moose, wild duck, geese.
In this Native Americans worksheet, students prepare for study by filling out a chart with notes about what the student knows about the Northwest Coast Indians and what the student wants to learn about them.
Students read a one page text. Native Americans in US, Canada, and the Far North. Early people of North America (during the ice years ago) Northeast Woodland Tribes and Nations - The Northeast Woodlands include all five great lakes as well as the Finger Lakes and the Saint Lawrence River.
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give a moody chuckle, relapse into a stony and apa-thetic silence,—that is the end of the tale. Our stories have been derived mainly from the reports of those who have lived much among the Indians, and who have been able to embrace the rare occasions when, without self-consciousness or even.