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Author: Dennis Hastings (In'aska),Mr. Robin Ridington PhD
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Title: Blessing for a Long Time: The Sacred Pole of the Omaha Tribe
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Language: English
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Publisher: University of Nebraska Press (November 1, 1997)
Pages: 259

Blessing for a Long Time: The Sacred Pole of the Omaha Tribe by Dennis Hastings (In'aska),Mr. Robin Ridington PhD



Robin Ridington and Dennis Hastings ingeniously adopt the conventions of Omaha oral narratives to tell the story and convey the significance of the Sacred Pole. has been added to your Cart. Insightful and informative book on the Omaha Tribe.

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Robin Ridington and Dennis Hastings ingeniously adopt the conventions of Omaha oral narratives to tell the story and significance of the Sacred Pole. In English Umon'hon'ti is known as the Sacred Pole of the Omaha tribe. In 1989 he returned to tribal hands. Blessing for a Long Time tells the braided stories of his life as an emblem of Omaha identity. Indian stories do not begin and end like the lines of words that make up a book.

Robin Ridington and Dennis Hastings ingeniously adopt the conventions of Omaha oral narratives to tell the story and convey the significance of the Sacred Pole.

By Robin Ridington and Dennis Hastings. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1997. xxvii + 259 p. illustrations, foreword, acknowledgments, introduction, epilogue, bibliography, index. Blessing for a Long Time is an important work in both ethnohistory and material culture studies, combining the two to better understand the meanings of a particular object within the different contexts of its history, thus elucidating those contexts themselves. Umon’hon’ti was given to Francis La Flesche by his last keeper for safekeeping in the Peabody Museum (the nature of this exchange has been questioned and the book considers these questions), where he remained for just over a century until being repatriated to the Omaha in 1989.

Blessing for a Long Time book. Blessing for a Long Time tells the story of Umon'hon'ti, the Sacred Pole of the Omaha Indians, which was given over and spent a century in the Peabody Museum at Harvard before being returned to the Omahas

Blessing for a Long Time: The Sacred Pole of the Omaha Tribe. by Dennis Hastings (In'aska), Mr. Robin Ridington PhD. ISBN 9780803289819 (978-0-8032-8981-9) Softcover, University of Nebraska Press, 2000. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Mr. Learn More at LibraryThing. Dennis Hastings (In'aska) at LibraryThing.

Omaha Omaha (also called Maha] are a Native American nation having a Reservation in the northeastern corner of Nebraska with Tribal Headquarters in Macy and a government-to- government relationship with the United States that was documented by the treaty of March 16, 1854. This treaty ratified Reservation boundaries and recognized the Omaha as a sovereign nation governed by a Constitution and elected Tribal Council. Today, Omaha farm private Reservation holdings (allotments) as well as operate collectively a casino and resort. Susan Kirwan Further Reading and References: Ridington, Robin and Dennis Hastings, 1997 Blessing for a Long Time: The Sacred Pole of the Omaha Tribe. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press. Smith, Hubert . 1974 Ethno-historical Report on the Omaha People: Commissions Findings. British Association for American Studies Annual Conference. 25th - 27th April 2019. University of Sussex. British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies Conference. 12th - 14th April 2019. University of Cambridge.

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Robin Ridington and Dennis Hastings ingeniously adopt the conventions of Omaha oral narratives to tell the story and convey the significance of the Sacred Pole. Portions of classic anthropological texts (particularly Fletcher and La Flesche’s The Omaha Tribe), Omaha narratives, and other historical and contemporary accounts are repeated—each time in a different, more enlightening context—in a circle of stories seamlessly woven around Umon’hon’ti. The result is an innovative account that effortlessly glides between past and present. This unique blend of Omaha poetics, ethnography, and ethnohistory is a significant contribution to our understanding of the religious life of Native Americans.
Reviews: 3
Runemane
I am an omaha tribal member and I wanted to learn more about the sacred pole and this book was so helpful.
deadly claw
I have reviewed and written about this book in the professional literature, and won't duplicate that here. But it deserves a note here for the convenience of would-be readers/purchasers. Blessing for a Long Time tells the story of Umon'hon'ti, the Sacred Pole of the Omaha Indians, which was given over and spent a century in the Peabody Museum at Harvard before being returned to the Omahas. Hastings and Ridington beautifully tell and contextualize this story with the situations of the Omahas in 1888 (when it was given over) and in the late 20th century when it was returned, and with the history of the Peabody and anthropological collecting more in general. This is a great piece of anthropological work - and a great story, well-told, and accessible for general as well as academic audiences. Highly recommended for those interested in the Omahas, or Indians in general, or in museums and collecting and their relationships with contemporary Native people.
Winasana
Insightful and informative book on the Omaha Tribe