Myths and tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians

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The American folk-lore society, G. E. Stechert and co., agents, Kraus Reprint Co. , New York, New York
Indians of North America -- Folklore, Jicarilla Indians -- Le
Statementby Morris Edward Opler.
SeriesMemoirs of the American folk-lore society, Vol. XXXI, Memoirs of the American Folk-lore Society -- v. 31.
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Paginationxxiii, 406 p.
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In a preface he explains that the stories, sacred and profane, were meant to. The publication of Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians by the American Folk-Lore Society in illustrated the richness of the material on the tribes of the Southwest.

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[Morris Edward Opler]. Native American: Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians by Edward Morris Opler (, Paperback, Unabridged). Genre/Form: Folklore: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Opler, Morris Edward, Myths and tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians. New York, American.

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"We are dealing here with a living literature," wrote Morris Edward Opler in his preface to Myths and Tales of the Chiricahua Apache published in by the American Folk-Lore Society, this is another classic study by the author of Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians.

Opler conducted field work among the Chiricahuas in the American Southwest, as he had earlier among. The official Jicarilla Apache website [External Site] has more information on the tribe.

This etext is extracted from a book of Jicarilla Apache texts collected at the turn of the century. The first part of this book is interlinear Apache and English, which would be difficult if.

"We are dealing here with a living literature," wrote Morris Edward Opler in his preface to Myths and Tales of the Chiricahua Apache Indians. First published in by the American Folk-Lore Society, this is another classic study by the author of Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians.

Opler conducted field work among the Chiricahuas in the American Southwest, as he had earlier among. Jicarilla Apache / ˌ h ɪ k ə ˈ r iː ə /, one of several loosely organized autonomous bands of the Eastern Apache, refers to the members of the Jicarilla Apache Nation currently living in New Mexico and speaking a Southern Athabaskan term jicarilla comes from Mexican Spanish meaning "little basket", referring to the small sealed baskets they used as drinking vessels.

Myths and tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians: Publication Type: Book: Place Published: New York, NY: Publisher: American Folk-Lore Society: Year: Keywords: Indian mythology – New Mexico, Indians of North America – New Mexico – Folklore, Indians of North America – New Mexico – Religion, Jicarilla Indians – Folklore.

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Morris Opler was a professor of anthropology at the University of Oklahoma. His books include An Apache Life-way: The Economic, Social, and Religious Institutions of the Chiricahua Indians; Myths and Tales of the Chiricahua Apache Indians; and Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians, all available in Bison Books J.

Greenfeld is a professor of anthropology at San Diego. The publication of Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians by the American Folk-Lore Society in illustrated the richness of the material on the tribes of the Southwest. Still a treasure-house of information, it appears with a new introduction and for the first time in paperback.

Morris Edward Opler based his pioneering work on the accounts of Jicarilla men and women born in the. Lee "Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians" por Edward Morris Opler disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Classic study of myths relating to creation, agriculture and rain, hunting rituals, coyote cycle, monstrous enemy storie Brand: Dover Publications.

Morris Edward Opler (May 3, – ), American anthropologist and advocate of Japanese American civil rights, was born in Buffalo, New was the brother of Marvin Opler, an anthropologist and social psychiatrist.

Morris Opler's chief anthropological contribution is in the ethnography of Southern Athabaskan peoples, i.e. the Navajo and Apache, such as the Chiricahua. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Sources of American Indian Oral Literature: Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians by Morris E.

Opler (, Paperback, Reprint) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians Morris Edward Opler Introduction by Scott Rushforth The book takes up the creation of the universe, the birth of Killer-of-Enemies and Child-of-the-Water, the slaying of monsters, and the Hactcin ceremony.

Other myths center on games and artifacts, hunting rituals and encounters with. Jicarilla Apache texts.

Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History (Vol. New York: The American Museum of Natural History.

Opler, Morris. A Jicarilla expedition and scalp dance. (Narrated by Alasco Tisnado). Opler, Morris. Myths and tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians.

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The last band of Apache raiders, active in ensuing years under the Chiricahua Warrior Geronimo, was hunted down in and sent first to Florida, then to Alabama, and finally to the Oklahoma Territory, where they settled among the Kiowa-Apache.

The major Apache groups, each speaking a different dialect, include the Jicarilla and Mescalero of New Mexico, the Chiricahua of the Arizona-New.

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Embed Copy and paste the code into your website. This tale comes from his Jicarilla Apache texts, from Volume VIII of that series, published in Also see: Apache – The Fiercest Warriors in the Southwest. Myths & Legends of the Apache.

Native Americans – First Owners of America. Native American Mythology & Legends. Book Description Relates the history of the Apache Indians and of the Apache Wars of the 's. The Apache Wars ended with the surrender of their leader Geronimo.

The parts played by Apaches Geronimo and Cochise, United States Army officers, Oliver Otis Howard, George Crook, and Nelson A. Miles, and many others are given in the narrative.

First published in by the American Folk-Lore Society, this is another classic study by the author of Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians. Opler conducted field work among the Chiricahuas in the American Southwest, as he had earlier among the Jicarillas.

The result is a definitive collection of their : UNP - Nebraska Paperback.Page XVII Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians xvii There is a manifest relation between the educative function of the Jicarilla tale and the ready introduction into it of allusions and materials which the narrator deems a propos.

The narrator, who is more bent upon driving home a point and moral than in strictly following a verbal.