8 edition of The religions of the American Indians found in the catalog.
|Statement||Åke Hultkrantz ; translated by Monica Setterwall.|
|Series||Hermeneutics, studies in the history of religions ;, 7|
|LC Classifications||E59.R38 H813|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 335 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||73090661|
The 'information' out there about American Indian religions ranges from inaccurate school projects by seven-year-olds, to deeply biased generalizations about the 'heathens' written years ago, to hucksters pretending to be Native American shamans to scam money off of people, to useful and interesting information about actual American Indian. Source: The William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series, Vol. 53, No. 3, Indians and Others in Early America (Jul., ), pp. Published by: Omohundro .
Native American religions often honor a vast array of deities. Some of these are creator gods, others are tricksters, deities of the hunt, and gods and goddesses of term “Great Spirit” is applied often in Native American spirituality, to refer to the concept of an all-encompassing power. V. Jenness, The Indians of Parry Island, Their Social and Religious Life. VI. Selections from Benton-Banai, The Mishomis Book. Report readings [R:] (see course outline - on one-day reserve) Reserve list (all books listed above and under "R" below, plus the following recommended for reference): Hultkrantz, The Religions of The American Indians.
The holy book of Christianity is the Holy Bible. This sacred text is divided into two main sections, the Old Testament and the New Testament which are then further divided into various books. Native American religions consist of a set of basic attitudes that relate people to their natural surroundings. Ceremonies that include stories, songs, chants, magic formulas, and prayers are intended to help the faithful focus on the essential, yet often ignored, things in life, such as the forces of nature, natural resources, and birth and death.2/5(2).
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The history of the world is in large part a history of its religions. Hultkrantz's book is an excellent resource on the religions and history of the American indigenous peoples.
The book is divided into two parts. Part one covers the religions of the tribal by: I have this thing for American Indian culture, history, anthropology, archeology, religion, mythology, everything.
So whenever I see an intriguing book about American Indians I've just gotta read it. But of all the books I've read on the subject I think this is my favorite/5. The Ten Tribes of Israel: Or the True History of the North American Indians, Showing that They are the Descendants of These Ten Tribes () Timothy R.
Jenkins out of 5 stars Native American religions, religious beliefs and sacramental practices of the indigenous peoples of North and South America. Until the s it was commonly assumed that the religions of the surviving Native Americans were little more than curious anachronisms, dying remnants of humankind’s traditions lacked sacred texts and fixed doctrines or moral.
Smith has, sincebeen a ssociate curator for the National Museum of the American Indian, and a fellow curator, Lowery Stokes Sims of the Museum of Arts and Design, writes of the book. Get this from a library. The religions of the American Indians. [Åke Hultkrantz; Monica Setterwall] -- This study of the religions of American Indians covers tribal religions and religions of the American high culture.
InClark Wissler, in his book North American Indians Of The Plains, briefly described some of the religious concepts of the Plains tribes. (Excerpt is edited and not verbatim.) “To most of us, the mention of religion brings to mind notions of God, a supreme over ruler, and decidedly personal being.
The Religions of the American Indians (Hermeneutics: Studies in the History of Religions) by Ake Hultkrantz, Monica Setterwall and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book presents a comprehensive survey of the complex indigenous religions of the Americas, both North and South, as they were in the past and as they still exist in some societies.
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Religions of the American High Culture The History of Culture and Religion in Nuclear America The Religion of the Inca Indians Mayan Religion The Religion of the Aztecs Bibliography Index The diversity of American Indian tribes precludes a comprehensive examination of their religions and their spirituality belief systems.
Anthropologists have compiled a huge trove of information detailing practices and beliefs of many different groups; this information on religion and spirituality remains isolated from popular culture.
Native American religion tends to focus around nature. The landscape, animals, plants, and other environmental elements play a major role in the religion of Native Americans. Many of the legends passed down were an attempt to explain events that occurred in nature.
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1 - 20 of results. Grid View Grid. List View List. Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book. Quickview. The Teachings of Don Juan: A by Carlos Castaneda. Paperback $ $ Current price is $ American Indian ReligionsThe eras of the American Revolution and early Republic were turbulent times in Indian country.
Waves of English and American settlers encroached on Indian lands, epidemic diseases winnowed indigenous populations, and the pangs of dependency—including the increase of the rum trade—gnawed at communities. Religion provided succor for many.
Buy a cheap copy of The Religions of the American Indians book by Åke Hultkrantz. This book presents a comprehensive survey of the complex indigenous religions of the Americas, both North and South, as they were in the past and as they still Free shipping over $Cited by: Native-American religions refers to the sociocultural belief systems that make up the moral and ethical values of any of the different groups of indigenous peoples of North and South America.
The religions of Native Americans, like of any people, provide the framework by which one sees the world and give meaning to life's basic preoccupations. Native American religions and societies. The Sacred: Ways of Knowledge, Sources of Life: An interesting book on Native American spirituality by three Indian women from different tribal traditions.
South and Meso-American Native Spirituality: An overview of Indian religions in countries other than the US and Canada. I have never read any good books on native American religions that address all Native American cultures together.
The there were hundreds of separate and very different American cultures and languages. They lived very different ways in very diffe. The beliefs of the indigenous people appear to be far superior to those of the doom and gloom religions of the European settlers. The “Happy Hunting Grounds” cliché that has become a part of the vernacular would suggest that the .one of the most complex native religions.
Kachina. grinding stone: Kachina dolls. pottery. Northwest Coastal Indians such as the Tlingit (10,), Chicook (22,), and Makah: Pacific Northwest Coast: plank houses: wore little clothing - woven capes and skirts cone-shaped hats made from cedar: fishermen.
hunters. gatherers. potlatch (parties.