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social organization of the western Apache.

Grenville Goodwin

social organization of the western Apache.

by Grenville Goodwin

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Apache Indians -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    Prepared for publication by the wife and colleagues of the author. cf. p. xvi.

    SeriesChicago. University. Publications in anthropology. Ethnological series, Publications in anthropology (University of Chicago)
    ContributionsGoodwin, Janice Thompson, 1908-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 701 p.
    Number of Pages701
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17780491M

    Apache kinship systems. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Bellah, Robert Neelly, Apache kinship systems. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / . Wisdom sits in places: landscape and language among the Western Apache User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Basso, an anthropologist who has done fieldwork among the Western Apache of Arizona for over 30 years, provides a fascinating scholarly study of the meaning and significance of the Apache place names.

    RITES OF PASSAGE: NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN RITES When Arnold van Gennep wrote about rites of passage, he commented that rarely do physical and social puberty converge. However, this rare convergence may occur as it is ritually performed by the Mescalero Apache in 'Isánáklésh Gotal. Source for information on Rites of Passage: North American Indian Rites: . Books written about the Apache HTTP Server. Please go to , and select the HTTP Server , and select the HTTP Server section.

    Loose Cannons Motorcycle Club Arizona. 2, likes 14 talking about this. Loose Cannons Motorcycle Club. Founded in in Apache Junction, Arizona. LCMC has multiple chapters around Arizona, 5/5(1). Early Apache Warriors and Chiefs. Geronimo () was born in present-day New Mexico at the head waters of the Gila River. Geronimo was the last warrior fighting for the Chiricahua Apache. He became famous for standing against the .


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Keith H. Basso Keith Basso is University Regents Professor of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico. He is the author of Cibecue Apache; Portraits of the 'Whiteman': Linguistic Play and Cultural Symbols among the Western Apache; and other books and monographs dealing with aspects of the relationship between language and culture.

Grenville Goodwin, born Greenville Goodwin (–), is best known for his participant-observer ethnology work among the Western Apache in the s in the American y self-taught as an anthropologist, he lived among the Apache for nearly a decade, and learned their stories and monograph The Social Organization of the.

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The Western Apache live primarily in east central Arizona, in the United live within reservations. The Fort Apache Indian Reservation, San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, Yavapai-Apache Nation, Tonto Apache, and the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation are home to the majority of Western Apache and are the bases of their federally recognized tribes.

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Document Type. Article. First Page. Publisher. The University of New Mexico. Sponsorship. The University of New Mexico. Recommended Citation. Lange, Charles Jr. "The Social Organization of the Western Apache, Book Review." New Author: Charles Lange Jr.

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Basso (–) was noted for his long-term research of the Western Apaches, specifically those from the modern community of Cibecue, Arizona, the site of his ethnographic and linguistic research for fifty-four years. One of his earliest works, The Cibecue Apache, has now been read by generations of students.4/5(1).

Reliable ethnographic data on the Western Apaches dates from the early 's, when information on pre-reservation life was collected from elders. This paper addresses what is understood about Chiricahua, Mescalero and Western Apache social organization before the conquest of their territory and the consequent disruption of their life ways.

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Native American people Native American heritage. Western Apache Language (Western Apaches) "Western Apache" is one of the two major Apache languages. It consists of the Tonto Apache, San Carlos Apache, and White Mountain Apache dialects, and is sometimes also considered to include Chiricahua and Mescalero Apache.

(Other linguists find Chiricahua. When the anthropologist Grenville Goodwin died in at the age of 32, he had published several papers and one book, Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache, and had already achieved a stature that has only continued to grow.

His posthumous landmark monograph, The Social Organization of the Western Apache, was hailed by anthropologist Edward Spicer as Cited by: 1. Social Organization of the Western Apache.

Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Kaut, Charles R. The Western Apache Clan System: Its Origins and Development. University of New Mexico Publications in Anthropology, no.

Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. Grenville Goodwin is the author of Western Apache Raiding and Warfare ( avg rating, 21 ratings, 5 reviews, published ), The Apache Diaries ( 4/5.growing herds of buffalo that emerged afterand they built a new economy and social structure fine-tuned to the needs of the sometimes-difficult environment.

Thereafter Apache populations grew, and by they dominated the western sections of the southern plains and the mountains of New Mexico.

Apaches, more than any other group.Apache, North American Indians who, under such leaders as Cochise, Mangas Coloradas, Geronimo, and Victorio, figured largely in the history of the Southwest during the latter half of the 19th century.

Their name is probably derived from a Spanish transliteration of apachu, the term for ‘enemy’ in Zuni.