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Oklahoma Delaware ceremonies, feasts and dances
Frank G. Speck
|Series||Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society -- v. 7, 1937., Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society -- v. 7., HRAF -- 7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 161 p.|
|Number of Pages||161|
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Speck; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Indian dance, Religion, Delaware Indians, Delaware language, Texts; Places: North America, Oklahoma. Spine title: "Oklahoma Delaware ceremonies, feasts, and dances." Reprint of the ed. published by the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, which was issued as v.
7 of the Society's Memoirs. Part of the text is in the Delaware language with English translations. Description. Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies, Feasts and Dances: Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, V7, [Speck, Frank Gouldsmith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies, Feasts and Dances: Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, V7, Author: Frank Gouldsmith Speck. This study is the result of some eight years' work among the Oklahoma Delaware and the Munsee residing in Ontario.
Using the many historical documents relating to Delaware ceremonies in the past, the author tries to relate the ceremonies of today to those of the past, and tries to see how much the ceremonies have changed in the intervening two centuries.
Speck covers family feasts, the Bear Cited by: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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Speck. The Culture and Acculturation of the Delaware Indians, William W. Newcomb, Jr. The Delaware Indians, C.A. Weslager. In its incomplete form chapters of book I describe processions and ceremonies on religious festivals Oklahoma Delaware ceremonies lesser ones, but especially great feasts like the Elevation of the Cross, Christmas, Epiphany, Palm Sunday, Good Friday, Easter and Ascension Day and saint's days like St Demetrius, St Basil etc.
often extended over many days), while chapters describe secular ceremonies or. Frank G. Speck, author of, Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies, Feasts, and Dances, enlightens us with a clear description of the Lenape’s need for creating the Big House, "The infallible Father and Creator seated in the twelfth heaven above, in his beneficence toward man is believed to yearn for the voiced recognition of his creatures as they pay.
Speck published another book inentitled Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies, Feasts and Dances and based on this collaboration with different leaders within the Big House Community. Speck also provided Delaware craftsman, which included Fred Washington, a market for original and recreated objects associated with the Delaware Big House and other.
'Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies Feasts and Dances' by Frank G. Speck The American Philosophical Society A excellent and very extensive book on the religious system and philosophical culture of the Oklahoma Lenape.
This book includes the stories behind the ceremonies in the Unami language with direct translations. Book of Folk Festivals, The. Do- Mountains ; rothy Gladys Spicer. Reviewed Carpenter, Margaret. Whitewashing by Martha Beckwith Song Border of Pennsylvania and West Ceremonies, Feasts and Dances, Virginia, Witchcraft Magic and Oklahoma Delaware.
Frank G. Spirits on the. Bayard Speck. Reviewed by Erminie W. Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies, Feasts and Dances. FRANK G. SPECK (Memoirs, American Philosophical Society, Vol.
pp., 4 pls., 5 figs. $ Phila- delphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ) Once more Professor Speck has given us a rich account of ceremonies which were until recently current among the Delaware of Oklahoma. Although twoAuthor: Frederica de Laguna.
OKLAHOMA DELAWARE CEREMONIES, FEASTS AND DANCES. Frank G. Speck. (Memoir, American Philosophical Society, vol. pp., 5 pls., 5 figs. $ Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, ) Some six years ago Dr. Frank G. Speck made a major contribution to the exposition of North American religions in his Study of the Delaware Indian.
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(1 volume). Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies, Feasts and Dances, by Frank G. Speck, Philadelphia () The Celestial Bear Comes Down to Earth, by Frank G. Speck and Jesse Moses, Reading, PA () Voices from the Delaware Big House Ceremony, ed. by Robert S. Grumet, Norman, OK () These will give you a good, basic understanding of Lenape religion.
Oklahoma Delaware ceremonies, feasts and dances / by Frank G. Speck. Speck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), [ Book: ]. This book investigates the religious rites of the Cayuga tribe, one of six in the Iroquois confederation that occupied upstate New York until the American Revolution.
In the s and the s Frank Speck observed the Midwinter Ceremony, the Cayuga thanksgiving for the blessings of life and health, performed in long houses on the Six. Often referred to as “religion,” most Native Americans did not consider their spirituality, ceremonies, and rituals as “religion,” in the way that Christianstheir beliefs and practices form an integral and seamless part of their very being.
Like other aboriginal peoples around the world, their beliefs were heavily influenced by their methods of acquiring food, – from. Speck, Frank G. Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies, Feasts and Dances, Memoir of the American Philosophical Society 7, Philadelphia. Google Scholar Speck, Frank and Moses, J.
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Dances have always been significant in the lives of Native Americans as both a common amusement and a solemn duty. Many dances played a vital role in religious rituals and other ceremonies; while others were held to guarantee the success of hunts, harvests, giving thanks, and other celebrations.
Commonly, dances were held in a large structure or in an open field around a fire. Each one has a unique culture, from language and art, to food and history. There are many Native American festivals that celebrate this extremely diverse population, which remains an important part of the United States’ history and identity.
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• Retired Clergywoman from a mainline denomination, a pastor in the midwest for 25 years. • Received a Masters of Divinity from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, MN • Credentials filed at .Full text of "A study of the Delaware Indian big house ceremony: in native text dictated by Witapanóxwe / by Frank G.
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