4 edition of The Social Life Of The Navajo Indians With Some Attention To Minor Ceremonies found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||356|
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[Gladys Amanda Reichard] -- An ethnographic study of the Navajo covers kin terms, dyadic relationships, descent groups, marriage rules, and ceremonies. Recommended Citation. Reichard, Gladys A.,"Social Life Of The Navajo Indians, With Some Attention To Minor Ceremonies" (). Books by by: Get this from a library.
Social Life of the Navajo Indians: With some Attention to Minor Ceremonies. [Gladys A Reichard] -- Presents information gather from on the Navajo Indians. Looks at Navajo life, the clans, marriage, property and inheritance, and folklore and beliefs. Get this from a library. Social life of the Navajo Indians: with some attention to minor ceremonies.
[Gladys Amanda Reichard]. The Navajo ceremonial laws have been surrounded by different aspects and rites. These include supernatural laws, natural laws, performances, food and cooking, human laws, nights and days, Hataa [ii, patients and jish.
Navajo ceremonies cover many different elements that are all crucial to the overall process and celebration of their own belief and culture. Masked dancers also play a part in some ceremonies.
Ceremonies may last for two, three, five, or nine nights, depending partly on the Seriousness of the condition being treated. Arts. The artistic creativity of the Navajo finds expression in a wide variety of media, including poetry, song, dance, and costume.
Bythe United States had gained control of the Southwest, and had begun a series of military actions against the Navajo Indians. Over 9, Navajo people were sent on a forced march, known as The Long Walk, to Fort Sumter, New Mexico-a distance of over three hundred miles from their starting point at Fort es ran short on this trek, and the Navajo suffered many hardships.
When disorder evolves in a Navajo's life, such as an illness, medicineman use herbs, prayers, songs and ceremonies to help cure patients. Some tribal members choose to be cured at the many hospitals on the Navajo Nation. Some will seek the assistance of a traditional Navajo medicineman. Introduction --Navajo life --The clan --The clan-group --The family --Marriage --Kinship terms --Property and inheritance --Names and naming --Tribal assembly --War ceremony --Crisis of life: minor ceremonies --Folklore and belief --Assimilation and resistance.
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However, this word is the most convenient label for Navajo beliefs concerning the dy. GLADYS Social life of the Navajo Indins with some attention to minor ceremonies Technological change in a Navaho farming community: a study of social.
Navajo Indians -- New Mexico -- Shiprock Region -- Social life and customs Filed under: Navajo Indians -- New Mexico -- Shiprock Region -- Social life and customs Along Navajo Trails: Recollections of a Trader, (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, c), by Will Evans, ed. by Susan E. Woods and Robert S.
McPherson (PDF with. Navajo men at Yebichai sweat. The Navaho life is particularly rich in ceremony and ritual, second only to some of the Pueblo groups.
Note is made of nine of their great nine-day ceremonies for the treatment of ills, mental and physical. There are also many less important ceremonies occupying four days, two days, and one day in their performance. Navajo Culture – The Navajo are people very geared toward family life and events that surround their lifestyle.
Many games and traditions have emerged from their love of the land and their attachment to it. Long winter nights and the seclusion of the reservation has brought about most of the customs and activities used by the People to entertain and amuse themselves. Survey of the Navajo people, second most populous of all Native American peoples in the United States, with someindividuals in the early 21st century, most of them living in New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah.
The Navajo speak an Apachean language which is classified in the Athabaskan family. The food of the present-day Navajo Indians of New Mexico and Arizona [Review of] Gladys A. Reichard, Social life of the Navaho Indians Haile, Berard, with some attention to minor ceremonies E1.
The Navajo Nation has come a long way from the treaty of which established the tribe as a sovereign nation. Today the Navajo Nation is the largest Indian tribe in the United States, with reservation land covering a total of million acres. Inupon the discovery of oil, the US government created the first form of the Navajo Tribal.
The Navajo Indian: profile of Navajo social life and culture, What Are Some Traditional Navajo Ceremonies? The Navajo Way contains four major ceremonies, which are called the Mountaintop Way, Grandfathers' Ceremony, the Enemy Way and the Lightning Way.
The Blessing Way is a separate ritual used to complete each of the other four ceremonies.