1 edition of Ceremonies of the Pomo Indians found in the catalog.
Ceremonies of the Pomo Indians
Barrett, S. A.
|Statement||by S. A. Barrett|
|Series||University of California publications in American archaeology and ethnology -- v. 12, no. 10, University of California publications -- v. 12, no. 10.|
|LC Classifications||E51 .C15 vol. 12, no. 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||441|
|LC Control Number||17001088|
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The Pomo ceremonies were often held in the Dance-houses. They lasted for four nights or some length of time consisting of the number 4, beginning usually after sunset. The ceremonies consisted of mostly dances by the Native Pomos. The Pomo are a Native American people who are linked by a common language of the same name. For hundreds of years, the Pomo have resided in California in an area just north of San Francisco. The Pomo are a shamanistic people with a rich culture and complex customs. They are best known for their highly developed skill in the art of basketry.
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Ceremonies of the Pomo Indians by Barrett, S. A.,University of California press edition. The principal ceremonies of the Pomo were: The xahlū´īgax xaikīlgaiagība (the "ghost" or "devil" ceremony).
The kalīmatōtō xaikīlgaiagība (the thunder ceremony). Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
National Emergency Ceremonies of the Pomo Indians by Barrett, S. (Samuel Alfred), Publication date Topics Pomo Indians -- Social life and customs, Indian dance -- North AmericaPages: In fact, the term ka'tcaha has been applied to it only recently and was derived from the ] Barrett: Ceremonies of the Porno Indians fact that whenever certain of the Pomo men became intoxicated they almost always sang the songs of this dance ; hence the name ' ' whiskey dance," or ka'tcahake.
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Pomo Indian Tribe History from Handbook of American Indians, Available Online by Access Genealogy. Barrett, Samuel A. Ceremonies of the Pomo Indians, Published by University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnicity, July 6,Vol.
12, Nopages Cook, Sherburne. The first dream dancer and doctor (Bole Maru, the California Ghost Dance that came a generation before the one on the Plains), was Cache Creek Pomo Richard Taylor, brother to Sarah Taylor, the grandmother who raised California's foremost basket weaver, doctor, and cultural preservationist, Mabel McKay ().
Ceremonies of the Pomo Indians. Berkeley, University of California press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S A Barrett. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title.
Description:  pages diagrams 27 cm. Ceremonies of the Pomo Indians, by S. Barrett (Gutenberg ebook) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Indians of North America -- California The Indians of Southern California inby Benjamin Davis Wilson, ed.
by John Walton Caughey. Pomo, Hokan-speaking North American Indians of the west coast of the United States. Their territory was centred in the Russian River valley some 50 to miles (80 to km) north of what is now San Francisco.
Pomo territory also included. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Ceremonies of the Pomo Indians and Pomo Bear Doctors by S. Barrett (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. ] Barrett: Ceremonies of the Pomo Indians presence was absolutely necessary at all ceremonies, and without him a dance could not proceed.
He acted under the general direction of the head captain, but that official himself never served as master of ceremonies. Very rarely did the same individual serve as master of. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Barrett, S.A.
(Samuel Alfred), Ceremonies of the Pomo Indians. Berkeley, University of California Press. Dancing and singing have always been an important part of Pomo ceremonies and trade-feasts.
The tradition continues into modern times, and some rancherias have even built dance houses. The Pinoleville Band of Pomo Indians began hosting an annual Big Time Cultural Awareness Gathering in In the early historical period, the Pomo were performing a Kuksu ceremony, in which dancers impersonated certain spirits.
Inthe Ghost Dance swept in from Nevada across northern California, predicting the return of the dead and the elimination of White people.The Pomo had a holistic view of life and this book makes one feel that maybe their life was a lot better than ours. Property of Club member Tony Phillips The second book, "Pomo Indian Basketry" by Samuel A.
Barrett ISBNpublished in ) provides all the information one would ever want to know about Pomo Basketry.