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Cheyenne Song
Author: Georgina Gentry
Publisher: Zebra Books
ISBN: 1420138286
Pages: 351
Year: 2003-11-01
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"Georgina Gentry brings the West and her characters to life and gives her fans hours of true reading pleasure." —Romantic Times Fort Reno, Indian Territory, 1878. Glory Halstead faced her captor with the same pride and courage that had seen her through hardship and bitter scandal and vowed to be strong. She didn't know what Two Arrows intended to do with her. But she knew her life had changed forever that fateful night she had witnessed three hundred Cheyenne fleeting captivity at Fort Reno. "Ms. Gentry writes tantalizing love scenes by creating an ambience of romance." —Rendezvous Two Arrows wanted vengeance—and he would get it by making another man's woman his own. Yet as captain David Krueger of the U.S. cavalry rode hard and fast with his troops to recapture the woman he loved and the Cheyenne he hated, Glory was losing her heart to a man, a people, and a new life. Now as they made the brutal journey through the harsh, unforgiving wilderness, Glory and Two Arrows would discover passion as primal and unyielding as the land they were destined to tame. . . "Nobody does it like Georgina Gentry!"— Barbra Critiques
Song of the Cheyenne
Author: Jory Sherman
Publisher: Speaking Volumes
ISBN: 1628153431
Pages: 179
Year: 2016-02-19
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The Cheyenne Indians
Author: George Bird Grinnell
Publisher: World Wisdom, Inc
ISBN: 1933316608
Pages: 235
Year: 2008
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Drawing on the extensive records of the late Audubon Society co-founder, a richly detailed cultural portrait includes excerpts from his articles, dozens of photographs, and an analysis of the tribe's nomadic final years in the Old West. Original.
The Song of Many Stones
Author: Richard Epstein
ISBN: 1543110312
Pages: 110
Year: 2017-02-16
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Swami Vivekananda, the widely acclaimed disciple of the renowned sage, Ramakrishna, broadened the minds of Western audiences with his cogent interpretation of the Vedas and Upanishads. One of the basic tenets of these two exemplars of modern Vedanta is the idea of the personal god. Vivekananda contends that the impersonal absolute Brahman is unknowable to humankind except in the form of a personal god - down-to-earth and human. Thus, from time to time we receive a Jesus or a Buddha and their legacy of spiritual teachings. The personal god or goddess appears among the Cheyenne at times of acute distress and famine. The result is a reversal of the people's fortunes as the buffalo returns in ample numbers and the Cheyenne are well fed and prosperous. The sages introduce sacred icons derived from Maheo - the absolute tribal god - which are to be diligently preserved and respected: Sweet Medicine introduces the Four Sacred Arrows, and Erect Horns the Sacred Buffalo Hat. The Cheyenne express their reverence toward these holy people and these celestial gifts, entrusted to them for safe keeping in the form of elaborate and intricate rituals and dances of which the Sun Dance is the most sacred. In addition, the Comanche medicine woman, Sanapia is presented as a healer, assisted by the spirit world and the enshrined Comanche Eagle in her attempt to perfect her techniques to heal her patients.
The Cheyenne
Author: George Amos Dorsey
Pages: 186
Year: 1905
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Southern Cheyenne Women's Songs
Author: Virginia Giglio
ISBN: 0806126051
Pages: 243
Year: 1994
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A study of contemporary Southern Cheyenne women's music, including an overview of Cheyenne culture and history as well as analyses of 32 songs and their variants: lullabies and children's songs, hand-game songs, social songs, and Christian spiritual songs. A sampling of closely related Arapaho India
The Cheyenne, Vol. I And
Author: George Amos Dorsey
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1473382874
Pages: 466
Year: 2013-04-16
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George Amos Dorsey was an U.S. ethnographer of Indigenous peoples of the Americas, with a special focus on Caddoan and Siouan tribes. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Denison University in 1888, then a second Bachelor's Degree in anthropology in 1890 at Harvard university, and finally PhD in 1894, the first PhD in anthropology from Harvard, and the second ever awarded in the United States. The following account of the Cheyenne social organisation was obtained as part of Dorsey's studies of the Cheyenne Sun-Dance, which, in turn, are part of a comparative study on this ceremony among the Plains Tribes he began in 1901. The Cheyenne Sun-Dance forms the subject of Part II. The accounts of the societies, the myths of the origin of the same, and the story of the medicine-arrows are given, with but slight changes, as they were obtained through Richard Davis, a full blood Cheyenne.
Annual Reports
Year: 1896
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Annual Report
Author: Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology
Year: 1896
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The Ghost-dance Religion and the Sioux Outbreak of 1890
Author: James Mooney
Pages: 496
Year: 1896
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Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
Author: Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology
Year: 1896
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Annual report of the Bureau of ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
Author: Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of Ethnology
Year: 1896
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Song of the Sky
Author: Brian Swann, Barry O'Connell
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 0870238728
Pages: 156
Year: 1993
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A collection of Native American songs and poems, researched and annotated by Brian Swann.
Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
Author: Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology
Pages: 496
Year: 1896
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