4 edition of The snake-dance of the Moquis of Arizona found in the catalog.
The snake-dance of the Moquis of Arizona
John Gregory Bourke
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 64, no. 629.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi p., 1 ¾., 371 p.|
|Number of Pages||371|
Truth of a Hopi and other clan stories of Shung-Opovi / (Flagstaff: Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, , c), by Edmund Nequatewa and Mary-Russell Ferrell Colton (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Report of the United States Commission to the Columbian Historical Exposition at Madrid. With special papers. Author of The medicine-men of the Apache, On the border with Crook, The snake-dance of the Moquis of Arizona, Scatalogic Rites of all Nations, An Apache campaign in the Sierra Madre, Compilation of notes and memoranda bearing upon the use of human ordure and human urine in rites of a religious or semi-religious character among various nations, Mackenzie's last fight with the .
of The Snake Dance of the Moquis of Arizona, published three years later in , and perhaps his best-known work after On the Border with Crook. Extensively annotated and with a biographical appendix on Indians, civilians, and military personnel named in the diaries, this book will appeal to western and military historians, students. don in of The Snake Dance of the Moquis of Arizona, a book which also included material on the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico. At the time his volume went to press, Bourke expressed a sense of exhilaration, especially in view of the "many struggles, heart burnings, and setbacks" experienced during its composition
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The Snake-dance of the Moquis of Arizona: Being a Narrative of a Journey from Santa Fé, New Mexico, to the Villages of the Moqui Indians of Arizona, with a Description of the Manners and Customs of this Peculiar People, and Especially of the Revolting Religious Rite, the Snake-dance; to which is Added a Brief Dissertation Upon Serpent-worship in General, with and Account of the Tablet Dance.
The snake-dance of the Moquis of Arizona: being a narrative of a journey from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the villages of the Moqui Indians of Arizona, with a description of the manners and customs of this peculiar people, and especially of the revolting religious rite, the snake-dance ; to which is added a brief dissertation upon serpent-worship in general, with an account of the tablet dance of.
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Author: BOURKE, John Gregory Title: The Snake Dance of the Moquis of Arizona Publication: Chicago: Rio Grande Press, Description: Hardcover. Facsimile edition, originally published in pp, xxxi plates. Bottom corners very slightly bumped, a fine copy in original unprinted plastic Rating: % positive.
Photo, Print, Drawing At the snake dance, Moqui pueblo of Hualpi, Arizona. The beginning of the dance. Aug / Ben Wittick photo. b&w film copy neg.
Snake-dance of the Moquis of Arizona. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Gregory Bourke.
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The snake-dance of the Moquis of Arizona; being a narrative Bourke, John Gregory, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. FULL TITLE: The Snake-Dance of the Moquis of Arizona. Being a Narrative of a Journey from Santa Fe New Mexico to the Villages of the Moqui Indians of Arizona with a description of the Manners and Customs of this peculiar People and especially of the revolting religious rite, The Snake-Dance; to which is added A brief dissertation upon serpent-worship in general with an account of the Tablet.
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John G. Bourke, Snake-Dance of the Moquis: Being a Narrative of a Journey from Santa Fe, New Mexico to the Villages of the Moqui Indians of Arizona (Tucson: The University of Arizona Press,), p. In my previous books I have claimed that the proto-Aztecs were called the Chichimecs (“People of the Dog”), who first lived in the.
Hardcover, Chicago: Rio Grande Press, Inc., Very Good+. Facsimile of First Edition. This edition printed in Author was a US Army Captain in the Third Cavalry.
He fought in the Civil War and was awarded the Medal of Honor. He attended West Point after the war, became an officer, and served as a cavalry officer in the American West and Indian Wars until his death.
Book Description: The author has endeavored to present a truthful description of religious rites of the Moqui, the very existence of which is known to but a few of our people, and a narrative of incidents which may serve to entertain and amuse, if they do not instruct, those into whose hands this book.
Captain John Gregory Bourke returned to the Hopi villages in and with assistance from Sullivan produced his well-known book The Snake-Dance of the Moquis of Arizona in Of all those he encountered, two men in particular were to fascinate Ten Kate (Herman Frederik Carel ten Kate, Jr., b.
Indians of the South-West, by George A. Dorsey—a guide-book issued in by (the Passenger Department of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fé Railroad). ; a compendium of authoritative information concerning the Pueblos, among others. The Snake Dance of the Moquis of Arizona, by Capt.
John G. Bourke, U. A., New York, —. The snake dance- of the Hopi Indians / Earle R. Forrest ; Hopi drawings by Don Louis Perceval Westernlore Los Angeles [Calif.] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.Bourke’s account of the Sun Dance is particularly significant because it was the last one held by the Oglalas.
The Hopi material in this volume served as the basis of The Snake Dance of the Moquis of Arizona, published three years later inand perhaps .The snake-dance of the Moquis of Arizona; being a narrative of a journey from Santa Fé, New Mexico, to the villages of the Moqui Indians of Arizona, with a description of the manners and customs of this peculiar people, and especially of the revolting religious rite, the snake-dance; to which is added a brief dissertation upon serpent-worship.