4 edition of The Iroquois book of rites found in the catalog.
The Iroquois book of rites
|Statement||edited by Horatio Hale.|
|Series||Brinton"s library of aboriginal American literature -- no. 11., CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 06388.|
|Contributions||Hale, Horatio, 1817-1896.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
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The Iroquois Book of Rites Paperback – Septem by Horatio Hale (Author)Cited by: The Iroquois Book Of Rites [Horatio Hale] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
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How long the five kindred but independent tribes who were after /5. The Iroquois Book of Rites Paperback – September 1, by Horatio Hale (Editor)4/5(23). The chief value of the Book of Rites, is ethnological, and is found in the light which it casts on the political and social life, as well as on the character and capacity of the people to whom it belongs.
We see in them many of the traits which Tacitus discerned in ur ancestors 5/5. References to this book. The Ordeal of the Longhouse: The Peoples of the Iroquois League in the Era Daniel K.
Richter,Institute of Early American History and Culture (Williamsburg, Va.) No preview available - The origin of war: the evolution of a male-coalitionalVolume s: 1.
Chapter I: The Huron-Iroquois Nations Chapter II: The League and its Founders Chapter III: The Book of Rites Chapter IV: The Condoling CouncilClans and Classes Chapter V: The Condolence and the Installation Chapter VI: The Laws of the League Chapter VII: Historical Traditions Chapter VIII: The Iroquois Character Chapter IX: The Iroquois Policy.
The Iroquois book of rites Horatio Hale Snippet view - The Iroquois Book of Rites Horatio Hale No preview available - Common terms and phrases. according Algonkin ancient appears Atotarho authority Bear become belong Book of Rites brothers called Canienga cause Cayuga century ceremony character chief clan close common comprised.
The Iroquois, Cherokee, Blackfoot, and Nez Perce tribes accomplished many very amazing things, and this book is a well written read, from my perspective, of how the Iroquois accomplished what they did. It's a keeper in my library.
The print is far to small to be readable.4/5(23). NOTES ON THE CANIENGA BOOK. The meaning of the general title, Okayondonghsera Yondennase, has been already explained (Introduction, p. 48).
In the sub-title, the word oghentonh is properly an adverb, meaning firstly, or foremost. This title might, be literally rendered, "First the ceremony, 'At-the-wood's-edge' they call it." 1. Iroquois Book of Rites, Brinton, tr. at p. CHAPTER VI.
THE LAWS OF THE LEAGUE. It is the custom of the officiating orator, while the. The Iroquois Book of Rites Book Description: The various parts of the Book of Rites throw valuable light on the political and social life, as well as the character and capacity, of the Iroquois.
The Iroquois book of rites by Hale, Horatio, Publication date Topics Iroquois Indians, Mohawk language, Onondaga language Publisher Philadelphia: D.G. Brinton Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English.
AddeddatePages: Iroquois Book of Rites, Brinton, tr. at p. CHAPTER III. THE BOOK OF RITES. For a proper appreciation of this peculiar composition, some further particulars respecting its origin and character will be needed. Overview. The Iroquois Book of Rites Horatio Hale At the outset of the sixteenth century, when the five tribes or"nations" of the Iroquois confederacy first became known to Europeanexplorers, they were found occupying the valleys and uplands of northernNew York, in that picturesque and fruitful region which stretcheswestward from the head-waters Author: Horatio Hale.
Mohawk text with English translation, of the Ancient rites of the condoling council (Canienga or Mohawk book of rites): p. Onondaga text, with English translation, of the Book of the younger nations (Onondaga book of rites): p.
From manuscripts obtained from Iroquois Indians Includes bibliographical references and index. The Iroquois book of rites Mohawk text with English translation, of the Ancient rites of the condoling council (Canienga or Mohawk book of rites): p.
Onondaga text, with English translation, of the Book of the younger nations (Onondaga book of rites): p. From manuscripts obtained from Iroquois Indians Includes bibliographical /5(4). THE IROQUOIS BOOK OF RITES.
EDITED BY HORATIO HALE; M.A., AUTHOR OF "THE ETHNOGRAPHY AND PHILOLOGY OF THE U.S. EXPLORING EXPEDITION," ETC.
PREFACE. The aboriginal composition now presented to the public has some peculiar claims on the attention of scholars. Iroquois Book of Rites, Brinton, tr. at p. CHAPTER V. THE CONDOLENCE AND THE INSTALLATION. With the arrival at the Council House the "opening ceremony" is concluded.
chapter iii. the book of rites chapter iv. the condoling councilclans and classes chapter v. the condolence and the installation chapter vi. the laws of the league chapter vii. historical traditions chapter viii. the iroquois character chapter ix.
the iroquois policy chapter x. the iroquois language the book of rites the canienga book the. Book from Project Gutenberg: The Iroquois Book of Rites. Other articles where The Iroquois Book of Rites is discussed: Horatio Hale: His most important work, The Iroquois Book of Rites (), summarizes much of his research and reconstructs the later prehistory of the tribes of the Six Nations.
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The Iroquois Book of Rites Horatio Hale Format: Facsimile PDF Pages (PDF): Publication Date: Download Link (below donate buttons). [Footnote: League of the Iroquois, p, ] A careful consideration of the facts, in the light cast upon them by the evidence of the "Book of Rites" and the testimony of the Canadian Iroquois, leaves no doubt that these classes were originally identical with the clans.
Among the Caniengas and Oneidas this identity still exists. The Huron-Iroquois nations --The league and its founders --The book of rites --The condoling council- Clans and classes --Condolence and the installation --The laws of the League --Historical traditions --The Iroquois policy --The Iroquois language --II.
The book of Rites --Canienga book --Onondaga Book --Notes on the Canienga book --Notes on. The Iroquois character --Chapter IX. The Iroquois policy --Chapter X. The Iroquois language --The book of rites --The Canienga book --The Onondaga book --Notes on the Canienga book --Notes on the Onondaga book --Appendix --Note A.—Names of the Huron-Iroquois nations --B.—Meaning of Ohio, Ontario, Onontio, Rawenniio --C.—.
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Table of Contents Chapter 1: THE HURON-IROQUOIS NATIONS Chapter 2: THE LEAGUE AND ITS FOUNDERS Chapter 3: THE BOOK OF RITES Chapter 4: THE CONDOLING COUNCIL—CLANS AND CLASSES Chapter 5: THE CONDOLENCE AND THE INSTALLATION Chapter 6: THE LAWS OF THE LEAGUE.
The "Book of Rites," or, rather, the Canienga portion of it, is written in the orthography first employed by the English missionaries. The d is frequently used, and must be regarded merely as a variant of the t sound.
The g is sometimes, though rarely, employed as a variant of the k. Iroquois Book of Rites Large Print by Horatio Hale There was a Huron-Iroquois "family-pair," from which all these tribes were descended. In what part of the world this ancestral household resided is a question which admits of no reply, except from the merest conjecture.
But the evidence of language, so far as it has yet been examined, seems. Hale documented the oral history and rituals of the Iroquois Confederacy. He was assisted in interpreting the group's wampum belts, which recounted their history. As a result of this work, he published The Iroquois Book of Rites ().
He also studied the Iroquois languages, determining that Alma mater: Harvard University. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg; 60, free ebooks; 2 by Horatio Hale Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record.
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You can also read the full text.The Iroquois Book of Rites by Horatio Hale Part 3 out of 5. homepage; Index of The Iroquois Book of Rites; Previous part (2) Next part (4) So much is to be said here, and the Hymn is to be sung again, and then he is to go on and walk about in the house again, saying as follows: "Hail, my grandsires!
Now hear, therefore, what they.