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by J. Treat

Author: J. Treat
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (April 17, 2003)
Pages: 376 pages
Category: History
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Around the Sacred Fire is a compelling cultural history of intertribal activism centered on the Indian Ecumenical Conference, an influential movement . JAMES TREAT teaches in the Honors College at the University of Oklahoma

Around the Sacred Fire is a compelling cultural history of intertribal activism centered on the Indian Ecumenical Conference, an influential movement among native people in Canada and the . during the Red Power era. Founded in 1969, the Conference began as an attempt at organizing grassroots. JAMES TREAT teaches in the Honors College at the University of Oklahoma.

Around the Sacred Fire is a compelling cultural history of intertribal activism centered on the Indian Ecumenical .

Around the Sacred Fire is a compelling cultural history of intertribal activism centered on the Indian Ecumenical Conference, an influential movement among native people in Canada and the .

Treat does a marvelous job in bringing out the issues involved in this period of Native .

Treat does a marvelous job in bringing out the issues involved in this period of Native American religious history. -American Studies International. The best book on American Indian religion published in the new millennium. -Christopher Vecsey, author of American Indian Catholics.

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Prologue: All This Religious Squabbling Ch. 1. Spiritual Revival for Indians Ch. 2. Disharmony and Religious Feuds C. 8. This Sacred Event Interrupted Ch. 9. To Implement Meaningful Change Epilogue: Teachings from This Fire. Disharmony and Religious Feuds Ch. 3. The Churches Must Listen Ch. 4. About Saving the World Ch. 5. Modern Indian Religious Life Ch. 6. These Hills and Mountains Ch. 7. Dissatisfaction Evidenced by Some Ch. Meeting Name: Indian Ecumenical Conference.

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Around the sacred fire Treat, James Неизвестно 9780252075018 : Native Religious Activism in the Red Power Er. This richly detailed book ingeniously shows how food, technology, and even families have changed throughout American history

Around the sacred fire Treat, James Неизвестно 9780252075018 : Native Religious Activism in the Red Power Er. This richly detailed book ingeniously shows how food, technology, and even families have changed throughout American history. In 1710, a girl and her mother in Lyme, England, prepare a blackberry fool, picking wild blackberries and beating cream from their cow with a bundle of twigs. The same dessert is prepared by an enslaved girl and her mother in 1810 in Charleston, South Carolina; by a mother and daughter in 1910 in Boston; and finally by a boy and his father in present-day San Diego.

Around the Sacred Fire: Native Religious Activism in the Red Power Era–By James Treat

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Around the Sacred Fire is a compelling cultural history of intertribal activism centered on the Indian Ecumenical Conference, an influential movement among native people in Canada and the U.S. during the Red Power era. Founded in 1969, the Conference began as an attempt at organizing grassroots spiritual leaders who were concerned about the conflict between tribal and Christian traditions throughout Indian country. By the mid-seventies thousands of people were gathering each summer in the foothills of the Rockies, where they participated in weeklong encampments promoting spiritual revitalization and religious self-determination. Most historical overviews of native affairs in the sixties and seventies emphasize the prominence of the American Indian Movement and the impact of highly publicized confrontations such as the Northwest Coast fish-ins, the Alcatraz occupation, and events at Wounded Knee. The Indian Ecumenical Conference played a central role in stimulating cultural revival among native people, partly because Conference leaders strategized for social change in ways that differed from the militant groups. Drawing on archival records, published accounts, oral histories, and field research, James Treat has written the first comprehensive study of this important but overlooked effort at postcolonial interreligious dialogue.