The scalp ceremonial of Zuñi.
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Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (November 27, 1875 – December 19, 1941) was an American anthropologist, sociologist, folklorist, and feminist who studied Native American tribes-such as the Tewa and Hopi-in Arizona, New Mexico, and Mexico. She helped found The New School.
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by Elsie Clews Parsons (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0527005382. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
Zuni Indians-Religion; Zuni Indians-Rites and ceremonies; Zuni Indians-Dances. Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941. Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association Number 31. Additional Information. From Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association Number 31, 1924.
The Zuñi Indians have thirteen secret cult societies, and one of these is the Society of the Bow or Warriors. The members of the Society of the Bow and the two scalp kickers adjourn to the ceremonial chamber of the bow where a feast is served
The Zuñi Indians have thirteen secret cult societies, and one of these is the Society of the Bow or Warriors. It is the common belief among many of the North American Indians, that before coming to this world they lived in under worlds, and that their point of advent is in the Northwest. The members of the Society of the Bow and the two scalp kickers adjourn to the ceremonial chamber of the bow where a feast is served. The first four nights are spent by the two scalp kickers, the victor and elder brother in the ceremonial house of the warriors, when the men sit apart from the women and do not speak to them.
PARSONS, Elsie (Worthington) ClewsBorn 27 November 1875, New York, New York; died 19 December . Of special interest in this book is Parsons's view of the ideal role of feminism. The Scalp Ceremonial of Zuñi (1924).
PARSONS, Elsie (Worthington) ClewsBorn 27 November 1875, New York, New York; died 19 December 1971, New York, New YorkWrote under: John MainDaughter of Henry and Lucy Madison Clews; married Herbert Parsons, 1900 (died 1925); children: six Source for information on Parsons, Elsie (Worthington) Clews: American Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide from Colonial Times to the Present dictionary. The second stage of Parsons's career began about 1915, when she became interested in the anthropological approach of Franz Boas.
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Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons, Nueva York, Estados Unidos de América, 27 de noviembre de 1875 19 de diciembre de 1941. Getting Married on First Mesa, Arizona Waiyautitsa of Zuni, New Mexico The Hopi Buffalo Dance A Zuni Detective Tewa Mothers and Children The Antelope Clan in Keresan Custom and Myth Hidden Ball on First Mesa, Arizona The Religious Dedication of Women Friendship, A Social Category Avoidance Teknonymy Zuñi Inoculative Magic Three Games of the Cape Verde Islands Accumulative Tales Told by Cape Verde.