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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Trends and new vistas in contemporary native American folklore study.
Bloomington, Ind. : Folklore forum, [1975?]
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|Description:||iii, 139 pages ; 29 cm.|
|Contents:||Oral history as truth: Validity in recent court cases involving Native Americans / Beatrice Medicine --
Teton Dakota time concepts: Methodological foundations for the writing of ethnohistory / Raymond Demallie --
Folklore, history, and the Iroquois condolence cane / Jack A. Frisch --
Tradition maintenance facilitation, experiential continuation, and the Native American point of view / Stephen F. Mannenbach --
Fieldwork ethics / Claire Farrer --
Narrative frame: Style and personality in Tlingit prose narrative / Richard Dauenhauer --
Form as process in folktale narration: Relationship between deep and surface structures / Andrew Wiget --
Jim Thorpe--man or myth? / R.W. Reising --
Patterns of cultural change in three Native American novels / Alf Walle --
Alaskan Eskimo and Indian musical performance: Its many psychological and social ramifications / Thomas F. Johnston --
Book reviews: Survival of the bark canoe (John McPhee) / Jack Thompson --
Eskimo storyteller: Folktales from Noatak, Alaska (Edwin S. Hall) --
|Series Title:||Folklore forum : bibliographic and special series, no. 15, v. 9.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Stephen Mannenbach.|
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