Heartbeat of the People

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  • Author : Tara Browner
  • Publisher : University of Illinois Press
  • Pages : 200 pages
  • ISBN : 9780252071867
  • Rating : 4/5 from 1 reviews
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Heartbeat of the People

Heartbeat of the People
  • Author : Tara Browner
  • Publisher : University of Illinois Press
  • Release : 23 September 2021
GET THIS BOOK Heartbeat of the People

The intertribal pow-wow is the most widespread venue for traditional Indian music and dance in North America. Heartbeat of the People is an insider's journey into the dances and music, the traditions and regalia, and the functions and significance of these vital cultural events. Tara Browner focuses on the Northern pow-wow of the northern Great Plains and Great Lakes to investigate the underlying tribal and regional frameworks that reinforce personal tribal affiliations. Interviews with dancers and her own participation in

The People and Culture of the Tlingit

The People and Culture of the Tlingit
  • Author : Raymond Bial,Erika Edwards
  • Publisher : Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
  • Release : 15 December 2016
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North America was inhabited Native tribes some ten thousand years ago. As generations passed, the tribes formed individual communities, full of rich customs, beliefs, and ideals. Despite facing hardship in later centuries, the First People of North America continue to thrive in modern times. This book discusses the origin of the Tlingit, their rituals, beliefs, and culture, and their importance in society today.

An Answer to some of the principal Quakers which deceive the people but more particularly to a book of John Chandler s called or known by this title A Narrative plainly shewing that the priests of England are as truly Antichrist as the Pope and his clergy etc

An Answer to some of the principal Quakers  which deceive the people  but more particularly to a book of John Chandler s called or known by this title  A Narrative plainly shewing  that the priests of England are as truly Antichrist     as the Pope and his clergy  etc
  • Author : Francis DUKE (of Westminster.)
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 23 September 1660
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The People s Network

The People s Network
  • Author : Robert MacDougall
  • Publisher : University of Pennsylvania Press
  • Release : 11 December 2013
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The Bell System dominated telecommunications in the United States and Canada for most of the twentieth century, but its monopoly was not inevitable. In the decades around 1900, ordinary citizens—farmers, doctors, small-town entrepreneurs—established tens of thousands of independent telephone systems, stringing their own wires to bring this new technology to the people. Managed by opportunists and idealists alike, these small businesses were motivated not only by profit but also by the promise of open communication as a weapon against

The People of Rose Hill

The People of Rose Hill
  • Author : Lucy Maddox
  • Publisher : JHU Press
  • Release : 07 September 2021
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What was antebellum life like for the two communities of people—one white and one black—who lived and worked on a plantation on the Eastern Shore of Maryland? Thomas Marsh Forman was in his early twenties when he returned from the Revolutionary War to take over the proprietorship of Rose Hill plantation from his father. The estate lay alongside the Sassafras River in Cecil County, on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Rose Hill was a product of its historical moment, a