An Apache life-way the economic, social, and religious institutions of the Chiricahua Indians. by Opler, Morris Edward

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Apache Indians,
  • Indians of North America

Edition Notes

Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms [19--] 1 microfiche. 11 x 15 cm. (Human relations area files, HRAF NT8 1)

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The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination18, 500 p.
Number of Pages500
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Open LibraryOL15133800M

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Blending the analysis of individual Apache lives with the analysis of their culture, this landmark study tells of the/5(8). Apaches: A History and Culture Portrait, James L. Haley's dramatic saga of the Apaches' doomed guerrilla war against the whites, was a radical departure from the method followed by previous histories of white-native conflict.

Arguing that "you cannot understand the history unless you understand the culture, " Haley first discusses the "life-way" of the Apaches - their mythology and folklore.

Originally published inAn Apache Life-Way remains one of the most important and innovative studies of southwestern Native Americans, drawing upon a rich and invaluable body of data gathered by the ethnographer Morris Edward Opler during the s.

Blending the analysis of individual Apache lives with the analysis of their culture, this landmark study tells of the ceremonies, religious Cited by: 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. "First-class in the best ethnographic tradition. It fills a great gap in our anthropological knowledge and deserves to be one of the most used of American tribal records."-Ruth Benedict, author of Patterns of Culture.

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An Apache Life-Way: The Economic, Social, and Religious Institutions of the Chiricahua Indians 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.

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Opler also expresses how these powers can be bestowed upon a tribal member or they can seek it on their own.The life-way of Chiricahua Apache, such as the Warm Springs band, was sustained by an economy of hunting, gathering, raiding, and small-scale agriculture.

The Chihende, for example, would move freely from the western flanks of the San Mateo Mountains of New Mexico to the Sierra Madres in Chihuahua, Mexico and back over the course of a year.Professor Emeritus and expert Morris Edward Opler in his book, An Apache Life-way – The Economic, Social, and Religious Institutions of the Chiricahua Indians.

I also based myself on the account of Karen Geronimo, a medicine woman and Harlyn Geronimo’s wife, who File Size: KB.

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