6 edition of The Ghost-Dance Religion and Wounded Knee found in the catalog.
June 1, 1991
by Dover Publications
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||544|
The Ghost-Dance Religion and the Sioux Outbreak of By James Mooney University of Nebraska Press, Librarian's tip: Chap. XIII "The Sioux Outbreak - Sitting Bull and Wounded Knee" Read preview Overview.  For the best recent scholarship on Wounded Knee and the Ghost Dance, see Jeffrey Ostler, The Plains Sioux Sioux and U.S. Colonialism from Lewis and Clark to Wounded Knee, Heather Cox Richardson, Wounded Knee: Party Politics and the Road to an American Massacre, and Rani-Henrik Andersson, The Lakota Ghost Dance of
Other scholars have noted the Ghost Dance’s persistence after Wounded Knee, but Warren goes further by persuasively arguing that it made an enduring impact on America by influencing Mooney and so contributing to a pluralistic understanding of religion . Following the killing of Sitting Bull, the United States sent the Seventh Cavalry to “disarm the Lakota and take control.” During the events that followed, now known as the Wounded Knee Massacre on Decem , U.S. soldiers opened fire upon the Sioux killing more than of them. The Ghost Dance reached its peak just before the Wounded Knee Massacre in
To this day, the pain of Wounded Knee is still deeply felt within the Pine Ridge community and by descendants of the victims. The stain of the Wounded Knee Massacre remains on the army and the U.S. government. But efforts to suppress the Ghost Dance religion had the opposite effect. Many at Wounded Knee were influenced by his teaching, and many at Wounded Knee refused to fight as they were slaughtered. Wovoka refused to comment on the massacre afterward, but the Ghost Dance movement died publicly at Wounded Knee.
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This book has exceeded all my expectations. It is a valuable asset to the understanding of what transpired at Wounded Knee as well as Native ethnology and ceremonial aspects of the Ghost Dance by: This book is a ethnography of the Ghost Dance religion in the American West.
It is one of the very earliest pieces of ethnographic writing but never received the credit it deserved, largely because of the Irish heritage and lower-class economic background of its author/5. The Ghost-Dance Religion and Wounded Knee. James Mooney. $; His answer was astonishing: the Ghost-Dance Religion.
Investigating every Indian uprising from Pontiac to the s, every Indian resistance to aggression, every incident of importance, Mooney discovered a cultural pattern: a messianic religion that permeated leaders and.
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Paperback. a book that not only offers an account of a very interesting cultural phenomenon, but also throws light on many events in Indian-White relations that are Pages: Ghost Dance Religion & Wounded Knee by James Mooney available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews.
Immediately following the massacre of Wounded Knee (Decem ), the well-known. The Ghost-Dance Religion and Wounded Knee Native American: Author: James Mooney: Edition: reprint, revised: Publisher: Courier Corporation, ISBN:Length: pages. The Ghost-Dance Religion and Wounded Knee (eBook) The Ghost-Dance Religion and Wounded Knee (eBook) Add to Wishlist.
The Ghost-Dance Religion and Wounded Knee (eBook) By: James Mooney. eBook; a book that not only offers an account of a very interesting cultural phenomenon, but also throws light on many events in Indian-White relations that.
The Ghost-dance religion and Wounded Knee. [James Mooney; Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology.] -- "Immediately following the massacre of Wounded Knee (Decem ), the well-known anthropologist James Mooney, under the auspices of the Bureau of American Ethnology and the Smithsonian.
This is supposed to be "the book" regarding the Ghost-dance religion, and it does span quite a long period of history before the Wounded knee massacre inhowever it is severely fragmented on kindle, and is from the point of view of the government and whites, not Indians who apparently refused to talk to Mooney during that time in Reviews: 8.
The Wounded Knee Massacre was the final blow to the Indians as this ended the four hundred year conflict between the whites and the natives.
In only ten years, the Indian population reached a low ofpeople. This massacre resulted in the Ghost Dance ceremonies dying out among the Lakotas, but elsewhere in the plain, the acts continued.
The ghost-dance religion and Wounded Knee. [James Mooney] -- "Immediately following the massacre of Wounded Knee (Decem ), the well-known anthropologist James Mooney, under the auspices of the Bureau of American Ethnology and the Smithsonian.
Anyone interested in the Ghost Dance religion and its revitilization movements following the Wounded Knee massacre, should read Keyhoe's book; her book compliments and expands upon Mooney's work on 5/5(1). The Ghost Dance Religion and Wounded Knee - Book ; The Ghost Dance Religion and Wounded Knee - Book.
$ Reviews (0) Current stock: 0 Quantity + – Add to Basket Add to Wishlist. Cart Subtotal: $ View basket Checkout. View Full Product Info Description; Reviews. Read "The Ghost-Dance Religion and Wounded Knee" by James Mooney available from Rakuten Kobo. Immediately following the massacre of Wounded Knee (Decem ), the well-known anthropologist James Mooney, unde Brand: Dover Publications.
The Ghost-Dance Religion and Wounded Knee (Native American) (Paperback) By James Mooney. Dover Publications,pp. Publication Date: Novem Description The definitive account of the Ghost Dance religion, which led to the infamous massacre at Wounded Knee in Winner of the Bancroft Prize in American History Inon Indian reservations across the West, followers of a new religion danced in circles until they collapsed into trances.
My impression of reading this document in In this ethnography, Mooney does a good job tracing Indian messianic movements from to the Ghost Dance of the late s and the eventual Battle of Wounded Knee in /5(1).
When we spoke on the phone on Aug Warren recounted the power and persistence of this innovative religion and contemplated the eerie echoes of Wounded Knee resounding in our world today.
Louis Warren, God’s Red Son: The Ghost Dance Religion and the Making of Modern America (New York: Basic Books, ) Louis Warren, “Wounded Knee and the Ghost Dance: Christian Prayer, American Politics, and Indian Protest,” Reviews in American History 39 (December ), p.
James Mooney, The Ghost Dance Religion and the Sioux Author: Sarah Handley-Cousins. The Ghost Dance was a new religious movement incorporated into numerous Native American belief systems. According to the teachings of the Northern Paiute spiritual leader Wovoka, proper practice of the dance would reunite the living with spirits of the dead, bring the spirits to fight on their behalf, end westward expansion, and bring peace, prosperity, and unity to Native American peoples throughout.
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