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O-kee-pa, a religious ceremony, and other customs of the Mandans
|Statement||by George Catlin ; edited, and with an introd. by John C. Ewers.|
|Contributions||Ewers, John Canfield.|
|LC Classifications||E99.M2 C3 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 106 p., 13 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||76004522|
A very good copy of a fragile book difficult to find in fine condition. First edition, with the rare "Folium Reservatum" bound in at the rear. A presentation copy inscribed by the publisher, Nicholas Trubner ("N. Trubner"), to Thomas Scott. O-Kee-Pa was a religious ceremony practiced by the Mandan tribe that lived on the upper Missouri. Six Authors in Search of Identity: Indian and White: Self‐image and Interaction in a Canadian Community. Niels Winther Braroe: O‐Kee‐Pa: A Religious Ceremony, and Other Customs of the : William K. Powers.
O-Kee-pa: a religious ceremony; and other customs of the Mandans 5/ 5 A history of the Indian wars with the first settlers of the United States, particularly in New-England / 5 The ouananiche and its Canadian environment / 55/5(1). George Catlin’s most popular book is My Life Among the Indians. O-Kee-Pa: A Religious Ceremony and Other Customs of the Mandans by. George Catlin, Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians: Volume I of II by. George Catlin.
O-Kee-pa: a religious ceremony; and other customs of the Mandans. Yale University Press. ISBN ; Di Bella, Maria Pia, editor. Elkins, James, (). Representations of pain in art and visual culture. Routledge. ISBN OCLC Born: Septem (age 35). Ewers, John C., ed. O-Kee-Pa, a Religious Ceremony and Other Customs of the Mandans, by George Catlin. New Haven, –George Catlin’s “Indian Gallery”: Views of the American West, Richmond: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, –George Catlin: The Printed Works. Electronic Resource. University of Cincinnati Digital Press,
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O-Kee-Pa: A Religious Ceremony: And Other Customs of the Mandans (Classic Reprint). O-Kee-pa: a religious ceremony; and other customs of the Mandans Author Catlin, George, ,Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation.
fmo,Huntington Free Library. fmo. O-kee-pa, a religious ceremony, and other customs of the Mandans. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, , © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Catlin; John C Ewers.
Get this from a library. O-Kee-pa: a religious ceremony ; and other customs of the Mandans. [George Catlin; Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation.; Huntington Free Library.].
The annual religious ceremony which has been described certainly cannot be attributed to the Welsh, nor am I able to compare it to 42 O-KEE-PA, OF THE MANDANS. any civilized custom, and I leave it for the world to decide whether it bears a resemblance to any known customs of savage or civilized races in other parts of the world.
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O-Kee-Pa | Title: O-kee-pa: a religious ceremony: and other customs of the : George CatlinPublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography, Bibliotheca Americana, Sabin Americana, contains a collection of books, pamphlets, serials and other works about the Americas, from the time of their discovery to the.
The Okipa ceremony was a major part of Mandan religious life. This complex ceremony related to the creation of the earth was first recorded by George Catlin. A man would volunteer to be the Okipa Maker, and sponsor the preparations and foods needed. Preparations took much of a year, as there were days of events, when crowds were hosted.
O-Kee-Pa: A Religious Ceremony and Other Customs of the Mandans by George Catlin. University of Nebraska Press. Paperback. VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamps.
O-Kee-Pa: a religious ceremony; and other customs of the Mandans. Octavo Catlin's account of O-Kee-Pa, or Buffalo Dance, a controversial Mandan religious ceremony, is of particular importance as he witnessed the sexually-charged and barbaric dance first hand shortly before the upper Missouri tribe was decimated by a small pox epidemic in.
The O-kee-pa, though in many respects apparently so unlike it, was strictly a religions ceremony, it having been conducted in most of its parts with the solemnity of religious worship, with abstinence, with sacrifices, and with prayer, whilst there were three other distinct and ostensible objects for which it was held.
O-Kee-Pa: A Religious Ceremony; and Other Customs of the Mandans. London: Trübner and Co., 4 o ( x mm). Half-title. 13 chromolithographed plates after Catlin by Simonau & Toovey (plates 1 and with old creases along top margins).
("To the Reader" leaf slightly frayed along top edge.). Geneva. Geneva Bible, 1st Edition Perfect Facsimile Reproduction. $ O-kee • O-kee • Book A Religeous Ceremony And Other Customs Of Mandans Amer. Indians. $ O-Kee-Pa: A Religious Ceremony and Other Customs of the Mandans. by Catlin, George.
Seller The Hermitage Bookshop, Member ABAA Published Condition Fine in fine, faintly soiled dust jacket, in mylar cover. Edition First printing thus. Item Price $. Few outsiders were lucky enough to witness this ceremony, however, those that were published some records of it to keep these traditions alive.
The book O-kee-pa was originally authored by an American painter named George Catlin in It covers his month-long stay with the Mandan Indigenous Peoples in George Catlin, O-Kee-Pa, A Religious Ceremony; And Other Customs Of The Mandans.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Company, 1st Am [more detail available via subscription]. George Caitlin in O-Kee-Pa: A Religious Ceremony, and Other Customs of the Mandans, published inwrites; “An inch or more of the flesh on each shoulder, or each breast, was taken up between thumb and finger by the man who held the knife, and the knife had been hacked and notched to make it produce as much pain as possible, was forced.