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Author: Talmy Givón; Southern Ute Indian Tribe of the Southern Ute Reservation, Colorado.
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2013]
Series: Culture and language use, v. 7.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Ute oral literature reflects the life experience of a small-scale hunting-and-gathering Society of Intimates and its tight connection to the local terrain, flora and fauna that supported the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Texts
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Talmy Givón; Southern Ute Indian Tribe of the Southern Ute Reservation, Colorado.
ISBN: 9789027202895 9027202893 9789027202901 9027202907
OCLC Number: 816031944
Language Note: Ute with English translations.
Description: xvi, 331 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Preface --
Abbreviations of Ute grammatical terms --
PARTI. The Sinawav cycle --
He who created the people / Ralph N. Cloud --
He who created the people / Julius Cloud --
The origin of the people / Tony Tillohash (So. Paiute) --
The stealing of the fire / Julius Cloud --
Sinawav and the seven sisters / Mollie B. Cloud --
How Sinawav named the trees and bushes / Bertha B. Groves --
Sinawav the copycat / Harry Richards --
Sinawav the copycat / Mollie B. Cloud --
How Sinawav got his yellow eyes / Mollie B. Cloud --
Coyote deprives himself of his eyes / Charlie Mack (Uintah) --
Porcupine, buffalo-cow and Sinawav / Mollie B. Cloud --
Porcupine tricks Coyote / Charlie Mack (Uintah) --
Sinawav racing the birds and betting / Julius Cloud --
Sinawav burning his own house / Bertha B. Groves --
PART II. The Coyote cycle --
Hungry Coyote races Skunk for prairie-dogs / Mollie B. Cloud --
Hungry Coyote races Skunk for the prairie-dogs / Julius Cloud --
Hungry Coyote, Rabbit, and the white-man's chicken / Mollie B. Cloud --
Coyote and the rock children / Mollie B. Cloud --
Coyote cooks She-Bear's children / Mollie B. Cloud --
Coyote, Wolf and Horned-Toad / Mollie B. Cloud --
How Coyote and Bobcat got their shapes / Harry Richards --
PART III. Anger, vengeance and other pitfalls --
Rabbit getting mad / Mollie B. Cloud --
How angry Rabbit got his brown spots / Bertha B. Groves --
How the Pinyon Jays got their curse-name / Bertha B. Groves --
Bear runs away with Mountain-Lion's wife / Mollie B. Cloud --
PART IV. The ceremonial cycle --
The origin of the Beardance / Mollie B. Cloud --
How the Beardance used to be / Ralph N. Cloud --
The origin of the Sundance / Mollie B. Cloud --
PART V. Varia --
The last war party / Harry Richards --
News broadcast (KIUP-FM) / Martha B. Myore --
Speech at the Ute language committee / Ralph N. Cloud --
Cloud family lore / Ralph N. Cloud --
Speech at the Tri-Ute language meeting / Harvey Natchez (Uncompghre) --
Bibliography.
Series Title: Culture and language use, v. 7.
Responsibility: [compiled by] T. Givón, University of Oregon.

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