Book , Print in English

The ghost-dance religion and the Sioux outbreak of 1890

by James Mooney ; introduction to the Bison book edition by Raymond J. DeMallie.
  • Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©1991.
  • xxvi pages, pages 653-1136 : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 26 cm
Subjects
Summary
  • Includes index. Introduction to the Bison Book Edition by Raymond J. DeMallie.
Contents
  • The narrative. Paradise lost
  • The Delaware prophet and Pontiac
  • Tenskwatawa the Shawano prophet
  • Tecumtha and Tippecanoe
  • Kanakuk and minor prophets
  • The Smohalla religion of the Columbia region
  • Smohalla and his doctrine
  • The Shakers of Puget sound
  • Wovoka the messiah
  • The doctrine of the ghost dance
  • The ghost dance west of the Rockies
  • The ghost dance east of the Rockies-- among the Sioux
  • The Sioux outbreak-- Sitting Bull and Wounded Knee
  • Close of the outbreak-- the ghost dance in the south
  • The ceremony of the ghost dance
  • Parallels in other systems
  • The songs. Songs of the Arapaho
  • The Cheyenne
  • The Comanche
  • The Paiute, Washo, and Pit River tribes
  • The Sioux
  • The Kiowa and Kiowa Apache
  • The Caddo and associated tribes.
Other information
  • Originally published: Washington, D.C. : G.P.O., 1896 as pt. 2 of the fourteenth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology, 1892-93.
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 1104-1110) and index.
  • Also issued online.
Additional form
ISBN
  • 0803231555
  • 9780803231559
  • 0803281773
  • 9780803281776
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 91024546
  • OCLC: 24173500
  • OCLC: 24173500