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culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians.

William Wilmon Newcomb

culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians.

by William Wilmon Newcomb

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Published by University of Michigan in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Delaware Indians.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 132-141.

    SeriesMichigan. University. Museum of Anthropology. Anthropological papers,, no. 10
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN2 .M5 no. 10
    The Physical Object
    Pagination141 p.
    Number of Pages141
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL211716M
    LC Control Numbera 56009808
    OCLC/WorldCa627487

    Delaware Tribe of Indians, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. K likes. This is the Official Facebook page for the Delaware Tribe of Indians/5(22). The Delaware Indians were previously classified among the Cherokee Indians, but in they were officially recognized as Lenni Lenape. Community Organization The Delaware lived in small groups of 25 to 50 people and the tribe was divided into three different clans: Wolf, Turtle and Turkey.

    Join now to read essay Native American Acculturation or Resistance The Indians had two choices when grappling with the issue of western migration: acculturate or resist. Looking back on history, examples can be seen where both strategies worked, and there are also counterexamples for each.   [] - William W. Newcomb, THE CULTURE AND ACCULTURATION OF THE DELAWARE INDIANS (Ann Arbor, MI, ), p [] - Clinton A. Weslager, MAGIC MEDICINES OF THE INDIANS (Somerset.

    Their culture lingers today in seaside towns like Lewes and New Castle, both of which date back to the 17th century. When England assumed authority over the colonies in , the original Dutch settlement was renamed New Castle and made the first capital of Delaware, at the time making it a vital seaport throughout the colonial era.   [Morgan's list of clans is reproduced in Newcomb, William W., THE CULTURE AND ACCULTURATION OF THE DELAWARE INDIANS, Ann Arbor, , pages ] What we're trying to establish, here, before moving on, is that a Lenape phratry and its clans bore a "genus" to "species" relationship--that there was an obvious "logic" to their association with.


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Culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, (OCoLC) Online version: Newcomb, William W. (William Wilmon), Culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William W Newcomb.

Materials about Delaware Indians Books and Pamphlets: I Z47i Title: Zeisberger's Indian dictionary, English, German, Iroquois--the Onondaga, and Algonquin--the Delaware; printed from the original manuscript in Harvard college library.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians by William W. Newcomb,University of Michigan edition, in EnglishPages: The Delaware Tribe of Indians, formerly known as the Cherokee Delaware or the Eastern Delaware, based in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, is one of three federally recognized tribes of Delaware Indians in the United States, the others being with the Delaware Nation based in Anadarko, Oklahoma, and the Stockbridge-Munsee Community of Lenape or Delaware people live in Canada.

Due to the current global health event, shipping of print books may be delayed. Actual status will show in the shopping cart. This book is a valuable history on the Lenape-The Delaware Indians and their history, taking them from the East Coast to their final journeys to many states, resulting in the land wants of the settlers, of whom there were so many in the early history of the US/5.

The culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians / by William Wilmon Newcomb (Anthropological papers, Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan) [Newcomb, William Wilmon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians / by William Wilmon Newcomb (Anthropological papersAuthor: William Wilmon Newcomb.

Religion and Expressive Culture Bibliography Becker, Marshall J. "Boundary between the Lenape and the Munsee: The Forks of Delaware as a Buffer Zone." The Culture and Acculturation of the Delaware Indians.

University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology, Anthropological Papers. Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies, Feasts, and Dances, Frank G. Speck. Strong Medicine Speaks: A Native American Elder has Her Say, Amy Hill Hearth.

The Celestial Bear Comes Down to Earth, Frank G. Speck. The Culture and Acculturation of the Delaware Indians, William W. Newcomb, Jr. The Delaware Indians, C.A. Weslager. Published: Norman: Published for the Newberry Library by the University of Oklahoma Press, c Microfilm: I Nc Title: The culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians [microform].

Author: Newcomb, William W. (William Wilmon), Published: I Fw. Nora Thompson Dean (–), also known as Weenjipahkihelexkwe, which translates as "Touching Leaves Woman" in Unami, was a member of the Delaware Tribe of a Lenape traditionalist and one of the last fluent speakers of the southern Unami dialect of the Lenape language, she was an influential mentor to younger tribal members and is widely cited in scholarship on Lenape culture.

The Lenape-Delaware Indian Heritage - 10, BC to AD Lenape Lifeways, Inc. Myers, Albert Cook William Penn's own Account of the Lenni Lenape or Delaware Indians. Middle Atlantic Press.

Newcomb, William The Culture and Acculturation of the Delaware Indians. University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology. The Culture and Acculturation of the Delaware Indians.

University of Michigan, ASIN BEFEXW. Newman, Andrew. On Records: Delaware Indians, Colonists, and the Media of History and Memory. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, ISBN Olmstead, Earl P.

Blackcoats Among the Delaware: David Zeisberger on the Ohio Canada (Ontario): 2, A well-written manuscript, by a former Chief Clerk, U.S. Disciplinary Barracks, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, which describes the various treaties of the Delaware Indians and the U.S.

Government, the men who worked to help the Delawares, and the names of many persons who re-wrote treaties to force the Delaware farther west and eventually out of Kansas. The distinctive aspects of acculturation / Ralph Linton --Acculturation: an exploratory formulation / H.G. Barnett [and others] --Toward a theory of acculturation / Bruce P.

Dohrenwend and Robert J. Smith --Types of contact and processes of change / Edward H. Spicer --Cultural transmission and cultural change / Edward M. Bruner --Indian and. Oklahoma Headquarters Tuxedo Blvd Bartlesville, OK Main Phone Fax Hours: Mon-Fri am pm [email protected] Kansas Headquarters High Street Caney, KS Phone Terry Sammons of the Lenapé Indian Tribe of Delaware-Events to feature the Lenapé Indian Tribe of Delaware-(DOVER, Del.—Aug.

19, )—Native American culture, with a spotlight on the Lenapé Indian Tribe of Delaware, will be celebrated with a series of activities on Sept. 2, 7 at The Old State House, located at 25 The Green; and the Johnson Victrola Museum, located at S. The Powhatan Indians of Virginia: Their Traditional Culture.

University of Oklahoma Press. Speck, Frank G. Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies, Feasts and Dances. Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, vol.

VII. Speck, Frank G. Midwinter Rites of the Cayuga Long House. University of Pennsylvania Press. Zeisberger, David. Today: living in Delaware Country. Summary "Denise Low recovers the life and times of her grandfather, Frank Bruner (), whose expression of Lenape identity was largely discouraged by mainstream society."--Provided by publisher.

Subject headings Bruner, Frank, Bruner family. Low, Denise--Family. Delaware Indians--Kansas. Delaware Indians. The name Delaware was given to the Native Americans who lived along the Delaware River, and the river in turn was named after Lord de la Warr, the governor of the Jamestown colony.

The name Delaware later came to be applied to almost all the Lenape people. The rough translation of Lenape is "The People.". The Delaware Indian westward migration: with texts of two manuscripts,responding to General Lewis Cass's inquiries about Lenape culture and language Weslager, C.

A. (Clinton Alfred), Strong Medicine Speaks: A Native American Elder has Her Say, Amy Hill Hearth. The Celestial Bear Comes Down to Earth, Frank G. Speck. The Culture and Acculturation of the Delaware Indians, William W. Newcomb, Jr. The Delaware Indians, C.A. Weslager. The Lenape-Delaware Indian Heritage, Herbert Kraft.

The Nanticoke, Frank W. Porter, III.Delaware Commission on Indian Heritage and Culture. About Indian Culture. Listen. India’s culture is among the world’s oldest; civilization in India began about 4, years ago.

Many sources describe it as “Sa Prathama Sanskrati Vishvavara” — the first and the supreme culture in the world, according to the All World Gayatri Pariwar.