Bureau of Ethnology: J.W. Powell and others - North American Indians; The Sia, Hudson Bay Ungava District, Siouan Cults - 1894

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Bureau of Ethnology: J.W. Powell and others - North American Indians; The Sia, Hudson Bay Ungava District, Siouan Cults - 1894
Historia, Historia colonial, Libros ilustrados, etnología - Cantidad: 1 - Libro

Eleventh Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology of the Smithsonian Institution.
Original cloth binding with print.
A total of 50 plates (of which 16 in colour) and 200 illustrations (engravings and photos) in the texts.

Condition: Good. Beautiful professionally restored copy. Binding with small bumps (corners). Endpapers renewed, bookblock solid, paper crisp.

Magnificent book.

Contents (table of contents total of 9 pages):
The Sia -Introduction, Cosmogony, Cult societies, Theurgistic rites and ceremonies, Songs, Childbirth, Mortuary customs and beliefs, Myths.
Ethnology of the Hudson Bay Ungava district -Introduction, Native inhabitants, People around Fort Chimo, The Nenenot.
Study of Siouan Cults -Introduction, Definitions, Cults of the Omaha, Ponka, etc., Ciwere, Winnebago Cults, Dakota and Assiniboin Cults, Mandan, Hidatsa, Sapona Cults, Concluding remarks.
List of illustrations
Index.

‘The Sia are an indigenous tribe centered at Sia Pueblo. They are known for their pottery and use of the sun symbol. They are one of the Keres Pueblo peoples and speak the Eastern Keres language.’

‘The name “Ungava” is of Inuktitut origin, meaning “towards the open water”. It is believed to be in reference to the lands inhabited by the Ungava Inuit, who lived at the mouth of the Arnaud River which flows into Ungava Bay.’

‘Siouan is a language family of North America that is located primarily in the Great Plains, Ohio and Mississippi valleys and southeastern North America with a few other languages in the east.’


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Detalles del lote
Objeto
Libro
Número de libros
1
Tema
etnología, Historia, Historia colonial, Libros ilustrados
Autor/ Ilustrador
Bureau of Ethnology: J.W. Powell and others
Título del libro
North American Indians; The Sia, Hudson Bay Ungava District, Siouan Cults
Estado
Buena
Año de publicación artículo más antiguo
1894
Edición
Primera edición
Idioma
Inglés
Lengua original
Yes
Editorial
Washington, Government Printing Office
Número de páginas
553
Dimensiones
295×205 mm
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