The Resource Cherokee : NN08, (electronic resource)

Cherokee : NN08, (electronic resource)

Label
Cherokee : NN08
Title
Cherokee
Title remainder
NN08
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
This collection about the Cherokee consists of 46 documents, and covers the time span from 1540, the period of the first Cherokee-European contacts, to the early twenty-first century. Emphasis is placed on culture history, economy, society, and Cherokee-Euro-American relations. Others focus on folklore, myths, and magical formulas. Most deal with the topics of socio-cultural change and acculturation. Three authors, Strickland, Reid, and Reid, concentrate on Cherokee law and government. Fox deals with sex and gender in Cherokee society; Perdue with the invention of the Cherokee writing system; McLoughlin with the origin and development of the Cherokee Ghost Dance; and both Irwin and Fogelson cover shamanism, witchcraft, sorcery, and mysticism. The Cherokee are an Iroquoian-speaking people who originally occupied the southern Appalachians of North America. In 1838-1839 a major portion of the Cherokee were forcibly removed from their homeland by the United States government to the present state of Oklahoma along the infamous Trail of Tears. In the early twenty-first century there are two main groups: the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma
Member of
Cataloging source
EHRAF
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/collectionName
Cherokee perspective
Entry convention
integrated entry
LC call number
E99.C5
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Regularity
complete irregular
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1938-
  • 1939-
  • 1922-
  • 1904-1988
  • 1940-
  • 1924-2012
  • 1948-
  • 1934-2010
  • 1944-
  • 1922-1992
  • 1922-1992
  • 1861-1921
  • 1897-1985
  • 1948-
  • 1948-
  • 1948-
  • 1949-
  • 1949-
  • 1949-
  • 1881-1950
  • 1831-1912
  • 1949-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Chiltoskey, Mary Ulmer
  • Davis, Kenneth Penn
  • Dickens, Roy S.
  • Finger, John R.
  • Fogelson, Raymond
  • Fogelson, Raymond
  • Fox, Mary Jo Tippeconnic
  • Fox, Mary Jo Tippeconnic
  • Gearing, Fred O.
  • Gilbert, William Harlen
  • Goodwin, Gary C.
  • Gulick, John
  • Neely, Sharlotte
  • Hamel, Paul B
  • Hill, Sarah H
  • Iobst, Richard W.
  • Irwin, Lee
  • Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick
  • Kilpatrick, Anna Gritts
  • Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick
  • Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick
  • Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick
  • King, Duane H
  • King, Duane H
  • Kupferer, Harriet J
  • McLoughlin, William G.
  • McLoughlin, William G.
  • Mooney, James
  • Murdock, George Peter
  • Neely, Sharlotte
  • Neely, Sharlotte
  • Neely, Sharlotte
  • Perdue, Theda
  • Perdue, Theda
  • Perdue, Theda
  • Persico, V. Richard
  • Reed, Gerard
  • Reid, John Phillip
  • Reid, John Phillip
  • Smith, Betty Anderson
  • Speck, Frank G.
  • Broom, Leonard
  • Strickland, Rennard
  • Sturtevant, William C
  • Keys, Lucy L.
  • Wahrhaftig, Albert L
  • Lukens-Wahrhaftig, Jane
  • Wiedman, Dennis William
  • Witthoft, John
  • Human Relations Area Files, inc
Series statement
eHRAF world cultures
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Cherokee Indians
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Ethnology
  • Ethnology
  • Oklahoma
  • Southern States
Label
Cherokee : NN08, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from Web page (viewed July 7, 2010)
  • This portion of eHRAF world cultures was last updated in 2009 and is a revision and update of the microfiche file
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cherokee Americans
  • John R. Finger
  • Cherokee notions of power
  • Raymond D. Fogelson
  • An Analysis of Cherokee sorcery and witchcraft
  • Raymond D. Fogelson
  • Culture summary, Cherokee
  • Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox and John Beierle
  • Cherokee
  • Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
  • The Cherokee perspective
  • Priests and warriors
  • Frederick Osmond Gearing
  • The eastern Cherokees
  • William Harlen Gilbert, Jr.
  • Cherokees in transition
  • Gary C. Goodwin
  • Cherokees at the crossroads
  • John Gulick ; epilogue by Sharlotte Neely Williams
  • Cherokee plants and their uses
  • Paul B. Hamel and Mary U. Chiltoskey
  • written by Eastern Cherokees ; edited by Laurence French and Jim Hornbuckle
  • Marketing traditions
  • Sarah H. Hill
  • William Holland Thomas and the Cherokee claims
  • Richard W. Iobst
  • Cherokee healing
  • Lee Irwin
  • Eastern Cherokee folktales, reconstructed from the field notes of Frans M. Olbrechts ; Walk in your soul, love incantations of the Oklahoma Cherokees ; Run toward the nightland ; Notebook of a Cherokee shaman
  • Jack Frederick Kilpatrick and Anna Gritts Kilpatrick
  • The origin of eastern Cherokees as a social and political entity
  • Duane H. King
  • Cherokee fair & festival
  • The 'principal people,' 1960
  • Harriet Jane Kupferer
  • Cherokee anomie, 1794-1910 ; The Cherokee Ghost Dance movement of 1811-1813
  • William G. McLoughlin with Walter H. Conser, Jr. and Virginia Duffy McLoughlin
  • Myths of the Cherokee and sacred formulas of the Cherokees
  • James Mooney
  • 13-08 Cherokee
  • George Peter Murdock and Timothy J. O'Leary
  • Snowbird Cherokees ; Adaptation and the contemporary North Carolina Cherokee Indians ; The role of Christianity in the Snowbird Cherokee community
  • Sharlotte Neely
  • Mary Ulmer Chiltoskey for Cherokee Indian Fall Festival Assoc.
  • Women, men and American Indian policy ; The Sequoyah syllabary and cultural revitalization ; Cherokee planters
  • Theda Perdue
  • Early nineteenth-century Cherokee political organization
  • V. Richard Persico, Jr.
  • Post removal factionalism in the Cherokee Nation
  • Gerard Reed
  • A law of blood ; A Perilous rule, the law of international homicide
  • John Phillip Reid
  • Distribution of eighteenth-century Cherokee settlements
  • Betty Anderson Smith
  • Chaos in the Indian country
  • Cherokee dance and drama
  • Frank G. Speck and Leonard Broom in collaboration with Will West Long
  • Fire and the spirits
  • Rennard Strickland ; foreword by Neill H. Alford, Jr.
  • The Cherokee frontiers, the French Revolution, and William Augustus Bowles
  • William C. Sturtevant
  • The Wahnenauhi manuscript
  • edited and with an introduction by Jack Frederick Kilpatrick
  • New militants or resurrected state? The Five County Northeastern Oklahoma Cherokee Organization
  • Albert L. Wahrhaftig and Jane Lukens-Wahrhaftig
  • Kenneth Penn Davis
  • Type II diabetes mellitus, technological development and the Oklahoma Cherokee
  • Dennis W. Wiedman
  • Observations on social change among the eastern Cherokees
  • John Witthoft
  • The origins and development of Cherokee culture
  • Roy S. Dickens, Jr.
Control code
646210717
Dimensions
unknown
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)646210717
Label
Cherokee : NN08, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Title from Web page (viewed July 7, 2010)
  • This portion of eHRAF world cultures was last updated in 2009 and is a revision and update of the microfiche file
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cherokee Americans
  • John R. Finger
  • Cherokee notions of power
  • Raymond D. Fogelson
  • An Analysis of Cherokee sorcery and witchcraft
  • Raymond D. Fogelson
  • Culture summary, Cherokee
  • Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox and John Beierle
  • Cherokee
  • Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
  • The Cherokee perspective
  • Priests and warriors
  • Frederick Osmond Gearing
  • The eastern Cherokees
  • William Harlen Gilbert, Jr.
  • Cherokees in transition
  • Gary C. Goodwin
  • Cherokees at the crossroads
  • John Gulick ; epilogue by Sharlotte Neely Williams
  • Cherokee plants and their uses
  • Paul B. Hamel and Mary U. Chiltoskey
  • written by Eastern Cherokees ; edited by Laurence French and Jim Hornbuckle
  • Marketing traditions
  • Sarah H. Hill
  • William Holland Thomas and the Cherokee claims
  • Richard W. Iobst
  • Cherokee healing
  • Lee Irwin
  • Eastern Cherokee folktales, reconstructed from the field notes of Frans M. Olbrechts ; Walk in your soul, love incantations of the Oklahoma Cherokees ; Run toward the nightland ; Notebook of a Cherokee shaman
  • Jack Frederick Kilpatrick and Anna Gritts Kilpatrick
  • The origin of eastern Cherokees as a social and political entity
  • Duane H. King
  • Cherokee fair & festival
  • The 'principal people,' 1960
  • Harriet Jane Kupferer
  • Cherokee anomie, 1794-1910 ; The Cherokee Ghost Dance movement of 1811-1813
  • William G. McLoughlin with Walter H. Conser, Jr. and Virginia Duffy McLoughlin
  • Myths of the Cherokee and sacred formulas of the Cherokees
  • James Mooney
  • 13-08 Cherokee
  • George Peter Murdock and Timothy J. O'Leary
  • Snowbird Cherokees ; Adaptation and the contemporary North Carolina Cherokee Indians ; The role of Christianity in the Snowbird Cherokee community
  • Sharlotte Neely
  • Mary Ulmer Chiltoskey for Cherokee Indian Fall Festival Assoc.
  • Women, men and American Indian policy ; The Sequoyah syllabary and cultural revitalization ; Cherokee planters
  • Theda Perdue
  • Early nineteenth-century Cherokee political organization
  • V. Richard Persico, Jr.
  • Post removal factionalism in the Cherokee Nation
  • Gerard Reed
  • A law of blood ; A Perilous rule, the law of international homicide
  • John Phillip Reid
  • Distribution of eighteenth-century Cherokee settlements
  • Betty Anderson Smith
  • Chaos in the Indian country
  • Cherokee dance and drama
  • Frank G. Speck and Leonard Broom in collaboration with Will West Long
  • Fire and the spirits
  • Rennard Strickland ; foreword by Neill H. Alford, Jr.
  • The Cherokee frontiers, the French Revolution, and William Augustus Bowles
  • William C. Sturtevant
  • The Wahnenauhi manuscript
  • edited and with an introduction by Jack Frederick Kilpatrick
  • New militants or resurrected state? The Five County Northeastern Oklahoma Cherokee Organization
  • Albert L. Wahrhaftig and Jane Lukens-Wahrhaftig
  • Kenneth Penn Davis
  • Type II diabetes mellitus, technological development and the Oklahoma Cherokee
  • Dennis W. Wiedman
  • Observations on social change among the eastern Cherokees
  • John Witthoft
  • The origins and development of Cherokee culture
  • Roy S. Dickens, Jr.
Control code
646210717
Dimensions
unknown
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)646210717

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