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Native performers in wild west shows : from Buffalo Bill to Euro Disney

Auteur : Linda Scarangella McNenly
Éditeur : Norman, OK : University of Oklahoma Press, ©2012.
Édition/format :   Livre imprimé : EnglishVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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Résumé :
"In an examination of Wild West spectacles from Buffalo Bill Cody's 1880s pageants to contemporary celebrations in Canada, the United States, and even Paris, Linda Scarangella McNenly draws on interviews with Native performers and their descendants and analyzes diverse archival materials. Reinterpreting the performances that many have seen as the product of an economy commodifying Native cultures, McNenly brings to  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : History
Format : Book
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Linda Scarangella McNenly
ISBN : 9780806142814 0806142812 9780806148465 0806148462
Numéro OCLC : 775271563
Description : xviii, 254 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contenu : Where the Wild West began: Buffalo Bill, Pawnee Bill, and the Miller brothers --
Working in the Wild West show in town: pursuing opportunities --
Performing in the Wild West shows: representing and experiencing Native identity --
Not the only show in town: a case story of Mohawk performers --
An encore presentation: Euro Disney's spectacular Wild West show --
Commemorating the Wild West in America: western history, Native identity. Performers and related names cited in index (A-M): Akwiranoron --
American Horse --
Edward Arlington --
James Bailey --
Wayne Bauman --
Agnus Beauvais (son) --
Jose Adwiranoron Beauvais --
Mary (Margaret) Irihwiioston Beauvais (wife) --
Takariwaben Beauvais (son) --
Billy Two-Rivers, Elder --
Black Elk --
Black Heart --
Beatrice Blackkwood --
Ferlyn Brass --
Brave Bird --
Jeff Briley --
Erin Brown --Ronny Brown --
Tim Bruised Head --
Douglas Burden --
John Burke --
Tammy Burr --
Calamity Jane --
Chief Bull Bear --
John L. Comaroff --
Coyote Red Cloud --
Creeping Bear --
Peppy De Albrew --
Esther Deer (Princess White Deer) --
James Deer --
Mrs. James (Georgette Osborne) Deer --
Deer Family --
Barbara Koronhienhén:te Little Bear Delisle (Scar Face's great-great-granddaughter) --
George Dull Knife --
Kevin Dust (Kave) --
Flat Iron --
Fools Crow --
Ghost Dog --
Frank C. Goings --
Christel Grevy --
James Lee Hall --
Brian Hammill --
Mack Hay --
Frank Hill --
Indian Eye --
Iron Tail --
Sly Isaac --
Lane Jenkins --
William Jim --
Conway Jocks (Akwiranoron's grandson) --
Kainai --
Michael Kelly (Scar Face's son-in-law) --
Paul Kelly (Scar Face's grandson) --
Kicking Bear --
A.J. Leading Fox --
Josh Leading Fox --
Gordon Lillie (Pawnee Bill) --
Mrs. Gordon (May) Lillie --
Little Iron --
Little Money --
Samuel Lone Bear --
Long Bull --
Long Wolf --
Luther Standing Bear --
Steel Mackay --
Edre Maier --
Sam Mayson --
William McCune --
George Miller Jr. --
George W. Miller --
Joe Miller --
Zack Miller --
Miller Brothers --
Molly Spotted Elk --
Montie Montana, Jr. --
Thomas Jefferson Morgan --
Kevin (Wiley) Mustus. Performers and related names cited in index (N-Y): Jenny Nelson --
No Neck --
John ("Texas Jack") Omohundro --
Dr. Oronhyatekha --
Mr. and Mrs. Owns Many Horses --
Clinton Pawpaw --
Pistol Packin' Paula (Paula Salenik) --
William Henry Pratt --
Prentiss family --
Ernest Rangel --
Red Bird --
Red Shirt --
Rocky Bear --
Chief John Running Deer --
Nate Salsbury --
Short Boy --
Short Bull --
Mae (Moonbeam) Splicer --
Spotted Tail --
Mr. and Mrs. Spotted Weasel --
Standing Bear --
Luther Standing Bear --
Standing Cloud --
Standing Rock --
Starving Elk --
"Texas Jack" --
Lee Tiger --
Sylvia Trudeau (great niece of Esther Deer) --
Herbert Walker --
Ida Walker --
Margarite Walker --
Margaret Jawitson Tsiohawison Williams (Scar Face's daughter) --
Mary Kwa-to-ra-ni Williams (wife) --
Mitchell Williams --
Thomas Thanenrison Williams (Scar Face) --
William-Kelly family --
Carter Yellowbird --
Yellow Elk Woman (Jenny Nelson) --
Chauncey Yellow Robe --
Young-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horse.
Responsabilité : Linda Scarangella McNenly.

Résumé :

"In an examination of Wild West spectacles from Buffalo Bill Cody's 1880s pageants to contemporary celebrations in Canada, the United States, and even Paris, Linda Scarangella McNenly draws on interviews with Native performers and their descendants and analyzes diverse archival materials. Reinterpreting the performances that many have seen as the product of an economy commodifying Native cultures, McNenly brings to the fore Native voices that deem Wild West shows not necessarily as demeaning spectacles, but as potential opportunities-for travel, employment, recognition, and the preservation and expression of important cultural traditions. While acknowledging the irreversible effects of colonialism, McNenly challenges standard notions of the interaction between Native cultures and colonial powers, underscoring the agency of a colonized people." from back cover.

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