essay

Crow

handbook of north american indians. plains13 (2) • Published In 2001 • Pages: 695-717

By: Voget, Fred W..

Abstract
This article is a general description of Crow culture and society, drawn from early travelers' reports and first-hand ethnographic accounts.
Subjects
Cultural identity and pride
Historical reconstruction
History
Community structure
External relations
Inter-ethnic relations
Linguistic identification
External trade
Hunting and trapping
Peacemaking
Research and development
Acculturation and culture contact
culture
Crow
HRAF PubDate
2014
Region
North America
Sub Region
Plains and Plateau
Document Type
essay
Evaluation
Anthropologist-4, 5
Analyst
Teferi A. Adem; 2012
Coverage Date
1780-1998
Coverage Place
northern Great Plains, United States
Notes
Fred W. Voget
LCCN
77017162
LCSH
Crow Indians