2 edition of cultural position of the Klamath semi-subterranean earth lodge in western North America. found in the catalog.
cultural position of the Klamath semi-subterranean earth lodge in western North America.
Charles Alvin Reetz
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The Apache ancestral homeland was located on the region of North America referred to as the Southwest Culture Area, and they are classified as SOUTHWEST INDIANS. The numerous Apache bands roamed far and wide in this region—territory that now includes much of New Mexico and Arizona, as well as northern Mexico, western Texas, southern Colorado. An Earth-lodge. Omaha Woman's Costume. Adventure with a Totem which extends from Northern Asia through the speech of the Aleutian Islands to North-western America, is good evidence of affinity. and to some extent on the interior plateaus, a semi-subterranean earth-covered lodge known amongst the Maidu as kum. The most primitive abodes.
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NORTH AMERICAN. INDIANS The name of " American Indians " for the aborigines of America had its origin in the use by Columbus, in a letter (February ) written "Ameri-soon after the discovery of the New World, of the term Indios (i.e. natives of India) for the hitherto unknown human beings, some of whom he brought back to Europe with him. He believed, as did the people of his age in general. American Indians. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. GENERAL. When Columbus landed on the island of San Salvador in he was welcomed by a brown-skinned people whose physical appearance confirmed him in his opinion that he had at last reached India, and whom, therefore, he called Indios, Indians, a name which, however mistaken in its first application continued to hold its own, and has .
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This was provided by the semi-subterranean earth lodge, which was of the usual central California form, and had a pit from a foot to three or four feet * Wokas, a Primitive Food of the Klamath Indians, Ann.
Eep. Smith- sonian Institution,University of California Publications. [ AM - AKCH. ETH. in depth. Built structures (the semi-subterranean earth-lodge) Northeast Californian groups practised a range of vernacular architectural traditions, ranging in form from conical huts and lean-to’s, to domed shelters.
As with basketry, there was much variation and inter-changeability in the different kinds of construction methods, materials and forms by: For such reasons, western North America assumed a special place for Spier.
The area provider. a living labora- tory in which major related complexes couIc. be shown to exist, where a common history was evident, and where each culture gave its particular twist, its idiosyncratic interpreta- tion, to the things, material and social, clerivect.
semi-subterranean earth-lodge can be safely assigned to the Wishram, it too, is characteristic of the plateau. (The reviewer, on the basis of conversation with old Wishram and the detailed account of Lewis and Clark, favors the rectangular plank house, which was also semi-subterranean, as the old characteristic winter dwelling of the Wishram.
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The Dream Dance, a religious revitalization movement of the Klamath and Modoc, evolved out of the Ghost Dance and Earth Lodge Religion. It involved the power of dreams and visions of the dead.
Unlike the Klamath and Modoc religions the Dream Dance did not predict an apocalypse and return of the dead. The religion was only practiced a short time. Monk's Mound at Cahokia. Monks Mound is the largest Pre-Columbian earthwork in America north of Mesoamerica. Located at the Cahokia Mounds UNESCO World Heritage Site near Collinsville, Illinois, its size was calculated in as about feet (30 m) high, feet ( m) long including the access ramp at the southern end, and feet ( m) wide.
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The houses of the Californian tribes were rectangular or circular; of the latter, some were conical, others dome-shaped. There was also formerly in use in various parts of California, and to some extent on the interior plateaus, a semi-subterranean earth-covered lodge known amongst the Maidu as kum.
The most primitive abodes were those of the. The earth lodges of the Indians of central and western North America represent another house type difficult to classify. These structures are constructed following two different modes. Mandan earth lodges were erected buildings of dome shape, utilizing a strong timber frame with a covering of willow branches or mats and prairie grass, and.
the Paleo-American culture of North America, focused on the Great Plains and Great Lakes of the modern US and Canada as well as adjacent areas to the west and southwest.
Characterized by the use of Folsom points as projectile tips and activities known. The Plateau culture area in western North America is an upland region that encompasses the Columbia Plateau and the basins of the great Fraser and Columbia rivers.
The Columbia Plateau is flanked by the Cascade Mountains to the west, the Rocky Mountains to the east, the desert country of the Great Basin to the south, and the forest and hill.
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Get Quotes & Book Instantly. INDIANS, NORTH AMERICAN. The name of “American Indians” for the aborigines of America had its origin in the use by Columbus, in a letter (February ) written soon after the discovery of the New World, of the term Indios (i.e.
natives of India) for the hitherto The name “American Indians.” unknown human beings, some of whom he brought back to Europe with him. An earth lodge is a semi-subterranean building covered partially or completely with earth, best known from the Native American cultures of the Great Plains and Eastern Woodlands.
Most earth lodges are circular in construction with a dome-like roof, often with a central or. The lodge was semi-subterranean, as the Pawnee recessed the base by digging it approximately three feet (one meter) below ground level, thereby insulating the interior from extreme temperatures.
Lodges were strong enough to support adults, who routinely sat on them, and the children who played on the top of the structures. . DEFINITION: Any of several ancient North American cultures based on hunting herd animals such as mammoth and bison; the first indigenous cultural complex of the continent.
It may have developed from an earlier hunting culture whose people arrived in North America betw, years ago in an interstadial (break) in the Wisconsin Ice Age.
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Pawnee people: | | |Pawnee Nation| | | | ||| | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.DEFINITION: A late Pleistocene cultural tradition based on the hunting of small game and the collection of wild foods in the mountain and plateau region of western North America, especially Oregon and Washington, between c BC (or later).
The diagnostic tool is the leaf-shaped Cascade point, a distinctive bipointed lanceolate point.I / 8/C.3 IEI| U.S. Department of the Interior I Bureau of Land Management Oregon State Office lii N E 44th Avenue, BoxPortland, Oregon 5 D C- E 1 -A~l~r0 E Klamath River Canyon Prehistory and Ethnology.