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White Man vs. The Native Indians -- Real Stories in History
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A 5 page analysis of Alvin Josephy's 'Patriot Chiefs' -- a book which attempts to detail realistic events and interactions occurring between America's Native Indians and early European settlers. What makes this book particularly important is that it contains a recounting of the first Thanksgiving ever. Also discussed in this essay are : King Phillip's War Against the Indians (17th century), the role of the Puritans, and the hypocrisy of White Europeans in a changing America. No Bibliography.
Filename: Patriot.wps

Gender Roles in Pueblo Culture
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A 12 page paper discussing gender roles in the culture of the Pueblo Indians. The Pueblo Indians were actually made up of several tribes that inhabited the areas known as Arizona and New Mexico. The Zuni were the most prevalent and as such are the tribe focused on in the paper. An examination of men and women, and their roles, is presented, as well as a section discussing the berdache, which were people, traditionally men, who took on the roles of the opposite sex. Bibliography lists 25 sources.
Filename: RAberdach.wps

Three Successive Centuries of Native American Alliances 1680-1812: The Pueblo Revolt, Pontiac's Rebellion, and Tecumseh's Movement
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A 4 page outline of three of the most noteworthy Native American military alliances formed to resist the European subjugation they were expected to endure. Provides an outline of the reasons the alliances were formed and a brief encapsulation of the details and outcome of each. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPnaAlli.wps

Utilizing the Direct Historical Approach in Reconstructing Pueblo Social Organization
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A 3 page overview of the usefulness of comparing archaeological data with information gleaned from ethnographic accounts. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Pueblo.wps

The Freudian View of Pueblo Native American Religion
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A 5 page overview of the views of Sigmond Freud on organized religion. Illustrates the complex ceremonial and religious life of the Pueblo people using the Hopi ceremony and belief extensively in examples. Suggests that Freud would view these beliefs not only as an illusion but also as a delusion, that the Pueblo were a misguided people who were in serious error regarding their separation of the real world from that of the spiritual world. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPnaFreu.wps

Book Review / Navajo - Hopi Conflict
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This 5 page paper examines the Navajo and Hopi conflict to retain what each claimed as the land of their birthright and the impact of this struggle particularly upon Native-American women in the 1992 book, The Wind Won't Know Me: A History of the Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute. No additional sources.
Filename: Navhopi.wps

Gender Roles in Hopi Society
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A 9 page overview of the expected and actual roles of Hopi women both in their early culture and in contemporary culture. Emphasizes that these roles have not only evolved but that they sometimes differ in thought and action. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPhopiGn.wps

Hopi Oral Tradition and Resistance to Outside Forces
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An 8 page paper discussing the ease with which the Hopi religion and oral tradition has persisted over the centuries. 'Wrong headedness' is a condition that the Hopi are not to have. They are to adhere to the admonishings and warnings of ages to come given by the ancient ones. Because the oral traditions attached to the Hopi religion are so adaptable to changes in society and in levels of technology, they can remain relevant at any stage of development, either of the Hopi culture or those that would overrun it. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: KS-Hopi.wps

Koyaanisqatsi / Life Out Of Balance
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A 5 page exploration of the term 'Koyaanisqatsi' which means 'life out of balance,' its relation to Hopi life, ceremony and legend, and its relation to all life. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: NAbalanc.wps


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