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Symbolic Immortality

Author: Sergei Kan
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295806281
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Decades after its initial publication, Symbolic Immortality retains its status as the most comprehensive analysis of the mortuary practices of the Tlingit Indians of southeastern Alaska�or any other indigenous culture of the Northwest Coast. This updated and expanded edition furthers our understanding of the potlatch (koo.�ex�) as a total social phenomenon, with emotional and religious as well as economic and sociopolitical dimensions. The result is a major contribution to both Northwest Coast ethnology and theoretical literature on the anthropology of death.

Symbolic Immortality

Author: Sergei Kan
Publisher: Smithsonian Inst Pr
ISBN: 9781560983095
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Discusses Christianity's effect on the Tlingit culture, and the impact of these people's memorial rites on present day funeral services

21st Century Anthropology A Reference Handbook

Author: H. James Birx
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412957389
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Via 100 entries or 'mini-chapters,' the SAGE 21st Century Reference Series volumes on Anthropology will highlight the most important topics, issues, questions, and debates any student obtaining a degree in the field of anthropology ought to have mastered for effectiveness in the 21st century. The purpose is to provide undergraduate students with an authoritative reference source that will serve their research needs with more detailed information than encyclopedia entries but not so much jargon, detail or density as a journal article or a research handbook chapter.

Memory Eternal

Author: Sergei Kan
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 9780295978062
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Examines the Tlingit response to Russian Orthodox theology and rituals in late-eighteenth-century Alaska as well as the indigenous religion, culture, and economy that developed over the next two hundred years.

Sharing Our Knowledge

Author: Sergei Kan
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 0803240562
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"An edited volume of interdisciplinary, collaborative research on Tlingit culture, language, and history"--

Selu

Author: Marilou Awiakta
Publisher: Fulcrum Pub
ISBN: 9781555911447
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A weaving of essays, poems, and stories centering on the life- giving story of the Corn-Mother.

White Grizzly Bear S Legacy

Author: Lawney L. Reyes
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295803355
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"I walked across the highway and stood on the bank overlooking Lake Roosevelt. My attention was directed to the area where Kettle Falls once flowed. As I stood there the wind came. As I listened I imagined that it talked to me. It seemed that it was telling me of how things once were. I began to think of friends and relatives who were no longer living. They began to appear before me, perched on the large rocks, fishing for the great salmon." In his distinctive voice, Lawney Reyes, grandson of Pic Ah Kelowna or White Grizzly Bear of the Sin Aikst, relates the history of his family and his people. The Sin Aikst are now known as the Lakes tribe, absorbed into the Colville Confederated Tribes of eastern Washington. And where Kettle Falls once flowed and the Sin Aikst once fished are places that exist now only in memory, flooded when the Grand Coulee Dam was completed in 1942. Reyes uses personal and family history to explore the larger forces that have confronted all Native Americans: displacement, acculturation, and the potent force of self-renewal. The son of a Filipino immigrant and a mother who traced her ancestry to the earliest known leaders of the Sin Aikst, Reyes paints a vivid picture of his early life in the Indian village of Inchelium, destroyed by the building of the dam. Reyes describes the loss of homeland and traditional ways of life, the scarcities that followed, and the experiences of a court-ordered Indian boarding school in Oregon. These well-known facts of loss and injustice take on a compelling dimension in Reyes�s blend of history and autobiography, brought to life by the vivid images and personalities he describes. Despite the loss of heritage beneath the waters of the Columbia River and the flood of white acculturation, Reyes and his younger brother, the late Native American leader Bernie Whitebear, were able to fashion rich lives in a changed world, lives that honor the past while engaging with the present.

The Ice

Author: Stephen J. Pyne
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295805234
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�The Ice is a compilation of more about ice than you knew you wanted to know, yet sheer compelling significance holds attention page by page. . . . Pyne conveys a view of Antarctica that interweaves physical science with humanistic inquiry and perception. His audacity as well as his presentation warrant admiration, for the implications of The Ice are vast.��New York Times Book Review

Twelve Years A Slave Illustrated

Author: Solomon Northup
Publisher:
ISBN: 2765903190
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Twelve Years a Slave (1853) is a memoir and slave narrative by Solomon Northup, as told to and edited by David Wilson. Northup, a black man who was born free in New York, details his kidnapping in Washington, D.C. and subsequent sale into slavery. After having been kept in bondage for 12 years in Louisiana by various masters, Northup was able to write to friends and family in New York, who were in turn able to secure his release. Northup's account provides extensive details on the slave markets in Washington, D.C. and New Orleans and describes at length cotton and sugar cultivation on major plantations in Louisiana.

The Witlings And The Woman Hater

Author: Geoffrey M Sill
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315476711
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This edition contains two of Frances Burney's comedies: "The Witlings", (1778-80) which satirizes the bluestockings; and "The Woman Hater" (1800-02), which explores social pretension and gender conflict.