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Abstracts of Omaha and Ponka myths II
James Owen Dorsey
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ABSTRACTS OF OMAHA AND PONKA MYTHS. ADVENTURES OF HAXIGE This character resembles Ictinike in some respects, though he is opposed to him in this myth. The Omahas have three versions of Haxige's adventures. VERSION OF pʼAÇIⁿ-NAⁿPAJĬ. ABSTRACTS OF OMAHA AND PONKA MYTHS.
The author began these abstracts in a series of letters to "The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal" of Chicago. These myths were dictated to the author by the Indians in their own language, the Çegiha.
They will be published by the Bureau of Ethnology in "Contributions to North American Ethnology. Abstracts of Omaha and Ponka Myths by James Owen Dorsey () This PDF is provided by as part of a collection of resources for the Native American flute.
The full citation for this digital copy of the original source material is provided below, as. Omaha and Ponka letters, by James Owen Dorsey () (Reprint) Dorsey, James Owen, Published by Pranava Books () are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set.
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Omaha and Ponka Letters, Issue 11; Issue 13 Issue 11 of Bulletin (Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology) Volume 11 of Bureau of Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution Omaha and Ponka Letters, James Owen Dorsey: Author: James Owen Dorsey: Translated by: James Owen Dorsey: Publisher: U.S.
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[James Owen Dorsey; Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of Ethnology.] -- Originals and English translations of 77 letters in Dhegiha language, written by Omaha and Ponca Indians and translated by James Owen Dorsey.
Abstracts of Omaha and Ponka Myths. II J. Owen Dorsey Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 1, No. 3, October-Decemberpp. Essay on Charles H. Long's book, Alpha: The Myths of Creation focuses on the link between contemporary matters including Mi'kmaq knowledge.
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