|Author:||William N. Fenton|
|Title:||The False Faces of the Iroquois (Civilization of the American Indian Series)|
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|Publisher:||Univ of Oklahoma Pr; First Edition edition (June 1, 1987)|
Series: Civilization of the American Indian Series (Book 178). Paperback: 560 pages. Publisher: Univ of Oklahoma Pr (February 1, 1991). He mentions that with the revival of the Iroquois religious culture, non-indians are no longer allowed to join the false face society and no longer allowed to witness the False Face society rituals as Fenton himself had been once allowed to see. So I doubt you could get a better book on this subject since Fenton and his father and grandfather had collected artifacts from their farm whle plowing the fields in NY and they knew several members of the Iroquois and had collected some of the masks themselves
Home All Categories Health & Fitness Beauty, Grooming & Style Books The False Faces of the Iroquois (Civilization of the American Indian Series). ISBN13: 9780806122946. The False Faces of the Iroquois. by William N. Fenton and Museum of the American Indian. Fenton, William N. University of Oklahoma Press, 1990. Good condition; shows a bit of shelf wear, but nothing problematic. Please contact me with any questions. All the best, Watson.
William Nelson Fenton was an American scholar and writer known for his extensive studies of Iroquois history and culture. A graduate of Dartmouth College, he earned a doctorate in anthropology from Yale University in 1937. Over the course of his career, Fenton worked as an ethnologist with the Smithsonian Institution's Bureau of American EthnologyDuring his career, director of the New York State M William Nelson Fenton was an American scholar and writer known for his extensive studies of Iroquois history and culture
A young Chippewa Indian from Minnesota collected these legends and stories told by the Tanaina Indians of southwestern Alaska. Called suk-tus ("legend-stories") and stemming from the seventeenth century, they are anecdotal narratives centered on a particular animal or animals common to the Tanaina country. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Tanaina Tales from Alaska is Volume 96 in The Civilization of the American Indian Series.
The False Face Society is probably the best known of the medicinal societies among the Iroquois, especially for its dramatic wooden masks. The masks are used in healing rituals which invoke the spirit of an old hunch-backed man. Those cured by the society become members. The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington . has returned many items of significant importance, including masks, and is still in the process of returning others. The Onondaga Chief Tadadaho issued a statement online in 1995 about the Haudenosaunee policies regarding masks. These policies prohibit the sale, exhibition or representation in pictures of the masks to the public. (March 1991). False Faces of the Iroquois. University of Oklahoma Press.
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ISBN: 0-8061-2039-8 Bid last and own this copy of the rare and hard to find standard work on the false faces of the Iroquois. Iroquois Corn Husk False Face Mask. XX The Poems Of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Easton Press.
European observers coming to New France during the 17th Century constantly compared the face-painting and masked shamanism of the American Indians to the more familiar antics of the jugglers and clowns who ran riot on Shrove Tuesday in provincial France.
The Epic of American Civilization. The Epic of American Civilization is a mural by the social realist painter José Clemente Orozco. It is located in the basement reading room of the Baker Memorial Library on the campus of Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire