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The Oneida Indian experience : two perspectives

Auteur : Jack Campisi; Laurence M Hauptman
Éditeur: New York : Syracuse University Press, 1988.
Collection: Iroquois book.
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : Anglais : 1st edVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
Résumé:
"Contemporary scholarship and Indian oral tradition come together in this unique account of the history and culture of the Oneida Iroquois--particularly the Wisconsin Oneidas--who have not been the subject of the intense scholarly attention accorded other Iroquois groups. Contributors include Oneida educators, community leaders, historians, anthropologists, and linguists; essays vary from accounts of personal  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme: History
Aufsatzsammlung
Oneida (Volk)
Format – détails additionnels: Online version:
Oneida Indian experience.
New York : Syracuse University Press, 1988
(OCoLC)579292092
Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Jack Campisi; Laurence M Hauptman
ISBN: 0815624530 9780815624530 0815624522 9780815624523
Numéro OCLC: 18221194
Description: xv, 207 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contenu: Part I: The Oneida homeland --
The Oneida homeland in the Seventeenth century / William A. Starna --
Reverend Samuel Kirkland and the Oneida Indians / James P. Ronda --
The Oneidas and the American Revolution / Barbara Graymont --
Part II: The Oneida time of troubles, 1784-1934 --
The Oneida treaty period, 1783-1838 / Jack Campisi --
The Wisconsin Oneidas in the preallotment years / Reginald Horseman --
The allotment of the Oneidas Reservation and its legal ramifications / Arlinda Locklear --
Part III: The Oneida reemergence, 1900 to the present --
Recollections of an Urban Indian community: The Oneidas of Milwaukee / Nancy O. Lurie --
Oneida women leaders / Thelma Cornelius McLester --
William Skenandore / Francis Skenandore --
Recollections of the Works Progress Administration's Oneida language and folklore project, 1938-41 / Floyd Loundsbury --
Three WPA stories --
Recollections of the Oneida language revival, 1972-85, by participants in the program / Orville Clark, Clifford Abbott, Amos Christjohn, Marie Hinton --
Oneida traditions / Gloria Halbritter, Loretta Metoxen, Judy Cornelius, Gerald L. Hill, Robert Smith, Purcell Powless --
Educating the next generation of Oneidas / Norbert S. Hill, Jr. --
Oneida educational planning: Assessing community needs today / Rosalie M. Robertson --
Educational development for the Oneida reservation: The Oneida tribal school and beyond / William A. Gollnick.
Titre de collection: Iroquois book.
Responsabilité: edited by Jack Campisi and Laurence M. Hauptman.

Résumé:

"Contemporary scholarship and Indian oral tradition come together in this unique account of the history and culture of the Oneida Iroquois--particularly the Wisconsin Oneidas--who have not been the subject of the intense scholarly attention accorded other Iroquois groups. Contributors include Oneida educators, community leaders, historians, anthropologists, and linguists; essays vary from accounts of personal experience and oral history to presentations of academic research. The common denominator is the Oneida experience of cultural change and survival. Part I focuses on the history and adaptations of the Oneidas in their New York homeland. Part II describes the motives and methods used by New York State officials in divesting the Oneidas of their New York home and explores the aftereffects of the Indians' removal to Wisconsin and the legal implications of allotment legislation on American Indians' tribal jurisdiction today. Nineteenth-century attempts by whites to take the Oneidas' Wisconsin land base forced the Indians to develop strategies for survival, described in Part III. Capable leadership, the maintenance of tribal tradition, cultural revitalization, new educational initiatives, and continuing connections among the Oneida communities have fostered a tribal reemergence and have allowed the Oneidas to maintain themselves as a unique and thriving people."--Amazon.com.

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