book chapter

Five Indian tribes of the upper Missouri: Sioux, Arickaras, Assiniboines, Crees, Crows

University of Oklahoma PressNorman, Oklahoma • Published In 1961 • Pages:

By: Denig, Edwin Thompson, Ewers, John C. (John Canfield).

Abstract
This source is an early account of the Crow. The general ethnographic sketch is accompanied by a fairly lengthy biography of Chief Rotten Belly who died in 1834, and several biographical sketches of other contemporary Crow leaders of note. Valuable data are included regarding the relationship of the Crow to the early traders and trading posts.
Subjects
Traditional history
Community structure
Community heads
Historical reconstruction
Linguistic identification
Annual cycle
Real property
Dependencies
Disasters
Instigation of war
Mortality
Adoption
External relations
Sanctions
Acculturation and culture contact
Ingroup antagonisms
Animal transport
Travel
Organized ceremonial
Gender status
culture
Crow
HRAF PubDate
2014
Region
North America
Sub Region
Plains and Plateau
Document Type
book chapter
Evaluation
Creator Type
Businessperson
Document Rating
5: Excellent Primary Data
Analyst
Robert J. Theodoratus ; 1962
Coverage Date
1823-1862
Coverage Place
northern Great Plains, United States
Notes
Edwin Thompson Denig, edited with introdution by John C. Ewers
Includes bibliographical references (205-211)
Only pages i-xi, 137-217 of this source have been processed for this file
LCCN
61009005
LCSH
Crow Indians