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The Resource Indians of North America

Indians of North America

Label
Indians of North America
Title
Indians of North America
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1907-1992
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Driver, Harold E.
Dewey number
970.1
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
E58
LC item number
.D68
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of Mexico
  • Indians of Central America
  • Indians of the West Indies
  • Indios de América del Norte
  • Indios de México
  • Indios de América Central
  • Indios de las Antillas
  • Indiens d'Amérique
  • Indiens d'Amérique
  • Indiens d'Amérique
  • Indiens d'Amérique
  • Indians of Central America
  • Indians of Mexico
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of the West Indies
  • Indianen
  • Indios
  • Indiens
  • Indiens
  • Indiens
  • Indiens
Label
Indians of North America
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 613-633)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. The origin of the Indians -- 2. Culture areas -- 3. Subsistence patterns -- Areal survey -- Natural vegetation areas -- Domesticated animals -- Population -- 4. Horticulture -- Maize -- Other plants -- Domesticated plants and culture history -- Tools and techniques of farming -- Conclusions -- 5. Other subsistence techniques -- Hunting -- Fishing -- Wild plant foods -- Food preparation and preservation -- Conclusions -- 6. Social and religious aspects of subsistence -- Hunting -- Fishing -- Gathering of wild plants -- Horticulture -- 7. Narcotics and stimulants -- Tobacco -- Alcoholic beverages -- Major narcotics -- Minor narcotics -- 8. Housing and architecture -- Dominant house types -- Comparative analysis -- Sweathouses -- Architecture -- 9. Clothing -- Major styles of clothing -- Geographical distributions -- Division of labor -- 10. Crafts -- Weaving -- Pottery -- Skin-dressing -- Metallurgy -- Division of labor -- 11. Art -- Areal survey -- General remarks on visual art -- 12. Music -- By Wilhelmine Driver -- 13. Exchange, trade, and transportation -- Gift and ceremonial exchange -- Trade and transportation -- Money -- Conclusions -- 14. Property and inheritance -- Land tenure -- Ownership and inheritance of dwellings -- Ownership and inheritance of chattels -- Incorporeal property -- 15. Marriage and the family -- Infant or child betrothal -- Premarital mating -- Ways of acquiring a spouse -- Incest taboos and exogamy -- Cousin marriage -- Affinal marriage -- Polygamy -- Post-nuptial residence -- The family -- 16. Larger kin groups and kinship terminology -- Lineages, sibs, moieties, phratries -- Clans and demes -- Kinship terminology -- The origin of unilateral descent -- 17. Government and social controls -- Areas without true political organizations -- Areas with borderline and mixed systems -- Areas with tribal organization in the historic period -- The state -- Summary and conclusions -- 18. Violence, feuds, raids, and war -- Absence of true warfare -- Weak or mixed patterns of warfare -- Well-developed warfare -- Human sacrifice and cannibalism -- Economic conquest and human sacrifice -- Conclusions -- 19. Rank and social classes -- Minimal development of status and rank -- Northwest Coast system -- Systems adjacent to the Northwest Coast -- Complex systems of Meso-America -- Systems derived in part from Meso-America -- Conclusions -- 20. Sodalities and their ceremonies -- Inconsequential sodality organization -- Relatively important sodalities -- Greatest elaboration of sodalities -- Summary and conclusions -- 21. Life cycle -- Birth and infancy -- Puberty -- Death -- Summary and conclusions -- 22. Education -- Discipline -- Praise and ridicule -- Free imitation and directed learning -- The markers of maturity -- Personal names -- Vision quest and spirit-helper -- Education among the Aztecs -- 23. Religion, magic, and medicine -- The gods and priests of the Aztecs -- The magic and medicine men of the Navaho -- The forgiving Creeks -- The vision quest of the Sanpoil -- The possessional Shamanism of the Eskimo -- Conclusions -- 24. Personality and culture -- The controversial Pueblos -- The egocentric Northwest Coast men -- The manly-hearted Plains people -- The pseudo-Apollonians of the Sub-Arctic -- The aggressive but insecure Iroquoians -- The ambivalent Eskimo -- The negative Meso-American commoners -- Conclusions -- 25. Language -- Phonology -- Grammar -- Language and culture -- Classification -- Language areas and culture areas -- Writing -- 26. Achievements and contributions
Control code
ocm00415143
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xviii, 667 pages
Lccn
61005604
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps (1 folded in pocket)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o00415143
  • (OCoLC)00415143
Label
Indians of North America
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 613-633)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. The origin of the Indians -- 2. Culture areas -- 3. Subsistence patterns -- Areal survey -- Natural vegetation areas -- Domesticated animals -- Population -- 4. Horticulture -- Maize -- Other plants -- Domesticated plants and culture history -- Tools and techniques of farming -- Conclusions -- 5. Other subsistence techniques -- Hunting -- Fishing -- Wild plant foods -- Food preparation and preservation -- Conclusions -- 6. Social and religious aspects of subsistence -- Hunting -- Fishing -- Gathering of wild plants -- Horticulture -- 7. Narcotics and stimulants -- Tobacco -- Alcoholic beverages -- Major narcotics -- Minor narcotics -- 8. Housing and architecture -- Dominant house types -- Comparative analysis -- Sweathouses -- Architecture -- 9. Clothing -- Major styles of clothing -- Geographical distributions -- Division of labor -- 10. Crafts -- Weaving -- Pottery -- Skin-dressing -- Metallurgy -- Division of labor -- 11. Art -- Areal survey -- General remarks on visual art -- 12. Music -- By Wilhelmine Driver -- 13. Exchange, trade, and transportation -- Gift and ceremonial exchange -- Trade and transportation -- Money -- Conclusions -- 14. Property and inheritance -- Land tenure -- Ownership and inheritance of dwellings -- Ownership and inheritance of chattels -- Incorporeal property -- 15. Marriage and the family -- Infant or child betrothal -- Premarital mating -- Ways of acquiring a spouse -- Incest taboos and exogamy -- Cousin marriage -- Affinal marriage -- Polygamy -- Post-nuptial residence -- The family -- 16. Larger kin groups and kinship terminology -- Lineages, sibs, moieties, phratries -- Clans and demes -- Kinship terminology -- The origin of unilateral descent -- 17. Government and social controls -- Areas without true political organizations -- Areas with borderline and mixed systems -- Areas with tribal organization in the historic period -- The state -- Summary and conclusions -- 18. Violence, feuds, raids, and war -- Absence of true warfare -- Weak or mixed patterns of warfare -- Well-developed warfare -- Human sacrifice and cannibalism -- Economic conquest and human sacrifice -- Conclusions -- 19. Rank and social classes -- Minimal development of status and rank -- Northwest Coast system -- Systems adjacent to the Northwest Coast -- Complex systems of Meso-America -- Systems derived in part from Meso-America -- Conclusions -- 20. Sodalities and their ceremonies -- Inconsequential sodality organization -- Relatively important sodalities -- Greatest elaboration of sodalities -- Summary and conclusions -- 21. Life cycle -- Birth and infancy -- Puberty -- Death -- Summary and conclusions -- 22. Education -- Discipline -- Praise and ridicule -- Free imitation and directed learning -- The markers of maturity -- Personal names -- Vision quest and spirit-helper -- Education among the Aztecs -- 23. Religion, magic, and medicine -- The gods and priests of the Aztecs -- The magic and medicine men of the Navaho -- The forgiving Creeks -- The vision quest of the Sanpoil -- The possessional Shamanism of the Eskimo -- Conclusions -- 24. Personality and culture -- The controversial Pueblos -- The egocentric Northwest Coast men -- The manly-hearted Plains people -- The pseudo-Apollonians of the Sub-Arctic -- The aggressive but insecure Iroquoians -- The ambivalent Eskimo -- The negative Meso-American commoners -- Conclusions -- 25. Language -- Phonology -- Grammar -- Language and culture -- Classification -- Language areas and culture areas -- Writing -- 26. Achievements and contributions
Control code
ocm00415143
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xviii, 667 pages
Lccn
61005604
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps (1 folded in pocket)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o00415143
  • (OCoLC)00415143

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