4 edition of Social Organization of the Western Pueblos found in the catalog.
Social Organization of the Western Pueblos
November 30, 1973
by University of Chicago Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||390|
In the case of Pueblo social history, I would amend Fox’s list to include the war between kinship and ritual association. Kinship’s contest with competing organizations and ideologies is an old story, and a version of that story played out in Pueblo social history—and its effects, arguably, still shape Pueblo social practices today. Anthropologists have studied Pueblo peoples extensively and published various classifications of their subdivisions. In , Fred Russell Eggan contrasted the peoples of the Eastern and Western Pueblos, based largely on their subsistence farming techniques. The Western or Desert Pueblos of the Zuni and Hopi specialize in dry farming, compared to the irrigation farmers of the Eastern or River.
The Social Organization of the Western Apache is still one of the most comprehensive descriptions of the social life of an American Indian tribe. Grenville Goodwin knew the Western Apache better than any other ethnographer who ever lived. About this Item: University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Softcover. Condition: New. Century Collection Series. pages. Softcover. New book. NATIVE AMERICANS. Presents an in-depth historical reconstruction and a detailed ethnographic account of the Western Apache culture based on firsthand observations made over a span of nearly ten years in the field The Social Organization of the.
This report presents an analysis of a prehistoric Pueblo community in structural, functional, and evolutionary terms; it is a sequel to William A. Longacre's Archaeology as emphasis is on social organization (including the patterning of community activities) and on understanding changes in this organization in terms of adaptive responses to a shiftingRatings: 0. History >> Native Americans for Kids Social structure played an important role in traditional Native American societies. Although there were not written rules or complex governments, there was a defined structure and social norms that people were expected to conform to if they wanted to be a part of society.
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Introduction --The social organization of the Hopi Indians --The social organization of Hano --The kinship system --The social organization of Zuni --The social organization of Acoma --The social organization of Laguna --Conclusion.
Series Title: Phoenix books, P Responsibility: by Fred Eggan. Introduction --The social organization of the Hopi Indians --The social organization of Hano --The social organization of Zuni --The social organization of Acoma --The social organization of Laguna --Conclusions.
Series Title: University of Chicago publications in anthropology., Social anthropological series. Responsibility: by Fred Eggan. Social Organization of the Western Pueblos. FRED EGGAN. (xvii, pp., map, 26 figs., $ University of Chicago Press, Chicago, ) This book brings to bear on the social organization of the Hopi, Hano, Zuiii, Acoma, and Laguna pueblos the happy combination of Author: George P.
Murdock. Title: Social Organization of the Western Pueblos [Excerpt] Description: Copy used as an exhibit in a court case; chapter 4 "The Social Organization of Zuni" pages ; about the social structure and kinship terminology of the Zuni Indians.
Social Organization of the Western Pueblos. By Fred Eggan. (Chicago, III.: University of Chicago Press, Pp. xvii, $) - Volume 9 Issue 1 - Robert McKennanAuthor: Robert McKennan.
The Social Organization of the Western Apache is still one of the most comprehensive descriptions of the social life of an American Indian tribe. Grenville Goodwin knew the Western Apache better than any other ethnographer who ever by: Dialectics, Heterarchy, and Western Pueblo Social Organization Article (PDF Available) in American Antiquity 63(2) April with 66 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Social Organization of the Western Pueblos. F red E ggan. George P. Murdock. Yale University New Haven, Connecticut.
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Murdock. Rautman's critique of our article "Although They Have Petty Captains They Obey Them Badly: The Dialectics of Prehispanic Western Pueblo Social Organization" (McGuire and Saitta ) provides us with an opportunity to clarify some.
A Pueblo Social History offers new perspectives on the pithouse to pueblo transition, Chaco phenomenon, evolution of Rio Grande moieties, Western Pueblo lineages and clans, Katsina cult, great kivas, dynamics of village aggregation in the late prehistoric period, and much more.
In the tradition of classic anthropological writings, this book focuses on the details of a particular case as it carries Cited by: Social Organization of the Western Pueblos. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
Fewkes, J. Walter. Property-Right in Eagles Among the Hopi. American Anthropologist Western Pueblo Social Organization" (McGuire and Saitta ) provides us with an opportunity to clarify some points about our theoretical perspective. Rautman shares our dissatisfaction with attempts to characterize Prehispanic western pueblo social organization as either egalitarian or hierarchical.
PUEBLO SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AS A LEAD TO PUEBLO HISTORY By FLORENCE M. HAWLEY I T is surprising to note how many anthropologists not specializing in studies of the modern Southwestern Pueblos still consider them all to be characterized by the group of traits collected in the late ’s by early students of the Western by: Dialectics, heterarchy, and western Pueblo social organization.
His monograph The Social Organization of the Western Apache was considered a major contribution to American ethnology. It was published in after his. Southwest Indian: The Pueblos.
Traditional social and religious practices are fairly well understood for the western Pueblo peoples because distance and the rugged landscape of the Colorado Plateau afforded them some protection from the depredations of Spanish, and later American, colonizers.
He is a world-renowned social anthropologist, most famous for his works in the Southwest involving the Hopi Indians and many of the social changes that take place within the Western Pueblos. Ernest L. Schusky  claims Fred Eggan is a founder of modern American anthropoly's eclectic approach, which combines the functionalism of Radcliffe-Brown with the historical approach of Franz Boas.In sociology, a social organization is a pattern of relationships between and among individuals and social groups.
Characteristics of social organization can include qualities such as sexual composition, spatiotemporal cohesion, leadership, structure, division of .The status of women among both the Western and the Eastern Pueblo is high, but there are differences related to the different social systems of each.
The Western Pueblo, including the Hano, Zuñi, Acoma, Laguna, and, the best known, the Hopi, have exogamous clans with a matrilineal emphasis and matrilocal residence, and the houses and gardens.