Forest Government and Tribe

6 CHANGING ECOLOGY AND ITS IMPACT ON LODHA TRIBE OF WEST
BENGAL AMIT SAURABH PATY Introduction In the Indian map , the tribal
peoples have lived within or adjacent to the forest areas . Their entire life has
been rotating ...

Author: Chittaranjan Kumar Paty

Publisher: Concept Publishing Company

ISBN: 9788180694066

Category: Community forestry

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Contributed articles presented earlier at a national conference organized by Dept. of History, Tata College during 2-3 March 2005, and sponsored by UGC, Eastern Regional Office.

The Omaha Tribe

THE OMAHA TRIBE By ALICE C. FLETCHER and FRANCIS LA FLESCHE I
LOCATION ; LINGUISTIC RELATIONSHIPS The people of the Omaha tribe live in
the State of Nebraska , in Burt , Cuming , and Thurston counties , about 80 miles
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Author: Alice Cunningham Fletcher

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803268760

Category: History

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The Omaha Tribe is considered by some anthropologists to be the most important and comprehensive study ever written about a Native American tribe. First published in 1911 as a report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, this classic treatise is based on twenty-nine years of study and observation in the field. "Nothing has been borrowed from other observers," Alice C. Fletcher asserts. "Only original material gathered directly from the native people has been used, and the writer has striven to make so far as possible the Omaha his own interpreter." Volume I is devoted to tribal origins and early history, beliefs about the environment, rites pertaining to the individual, tribal organization and government, the sacred pole, and the quest for food. Volume II, also available as a Bison Book, considers language, social life, music, religion, warfare, treatment of disease, and death and burial customs. Alice C. Fletcher was the foremost woman anthropologist in the United States in the nineteenth century. Francis La Flesche, a member of the Omaha tribe, worked closely with Alice Fletcher for many years and in addition produced ethnological studies of his own. His autobiographical account The Middle Five: Indian Schoolboys of the Omaha Tribe is also available as a Bison Book. In his introduction to this Bison Book edition, Robin Ridington focuses on the place of Fletcher and La Flesche's work in the history of anthropology and the history of anthropologists' relationships with the Omahas. Ridington is a professor of anthropology at the University of British Columbia and the author of Little Bit Know Something: Stories in a Language of Anthropology (1990).

Musical Culture of the Munda Tribe

16 THE DIFFERENT PERIODS IN HISTORY The Traditional Government The
oral history of the Munda tribe is rich and varied in content . It gives us an account
of their early migratory history in India and records the events that happened ...

Author: Sema Topano

Publisher: Concept Publishing Company

ISBN: 9788180690242

Category: Chota Nāgpur (India)

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The Focus Is On Musical Culture Of The Munda Tribe Of Chottaagpur Plateau Of Middle Eastern India. It Contextualizes The Music And Dance With In The Physical Landscape, Its Flora And Fauna, The Life Cycle, Life Style, Daily Functions And The Cosmology And Mythology. Has 6 Parts-Munda Tradition Of Music And Dance-Journey Through The Stages Of Life The Environment And Tribal Life-The Social World And The Philosophy Of Life Economic Pursuit And Political History. Welcome Addition To The Critical Literatures On The Mundas.

Corporate Charter of the Seminole Tribe of Florida

CORPORATE CHARTER OF THE SEMINOLE TRIBE OF FLORIDA ARTICLE I
Whereas, the Seminole Tribe of Florida constitutes a recognized Indian Tribe
eligible for organization under a Constitution and Bylaws adopted pursuant to
Section ...

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Constitutions and By Laws of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Nevada

If the Superintendent shall refuse to approve any resolution or ordinance
submitted to him, within ten days from its enactment, he shall advise the tribal
council of his reasons therefor. If these reasons appear to the council insufficient
it may, ...

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Zulu Tribe in Transition

1) or from any Nguni tribe or clan which was resident in Zululand or Natal during
Shaka's time. The Makhanya are proud to claim common ancestry with the
progenitor of a famous nation, and refer to themselves as Zulu. They might well
rejoice ...

Author: D. H. Reader

Publisher: Manchester University Press

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Category: Zulu (African people)

Page: 363

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The Winnebago Tribe

The waygeregi won and for that reason the chiefs of the tribe have been selected
from this division. A division into two halves when playing ceremonial lacrosse is
characteristic not only of the Winnebago but of the Omaha, Menominee, Sauk, ...

Author: Paul Radin

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803236066

Category: Social Science

Page: 511

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This classic work on the Winnebago Indian tribe remains the single best authority on the subject. Based on Paul Radin's field work in 1908?13, The Winnebago Tribe was originally published as an annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1923. It is distinguished by a number of first-person accounts by Winnebago informants and by the thoroughness with which Radin discusses Winnebago history, archaeology, material culture, social customs, education, funeral and burial rites, warfare, and shamanistic and medical practices. Included are Winnebago tales and legends and the first complete account of the peyote religion, now known as the Native American Church.

Corporate Charter of the San Carlos Apache Tribe Arizona

CORPORATE CHARTER OF THE SAN CARLOS APACHE TRIBE, ARIZONA A
FEDERAL CORPORATION CHARTERED UNDER THE ACT OF JUNE 18, 1934 "
Wltereas, the San Carlos Apache Indians of Arizona constitute a recognized ...

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What s Your Tribe

... value to the numbers , i . e . it is no better to be a Type Nine than a Type Two .
No type is inherently better or worse than another . We may identify with the
characteristics of a number of the types , but we only have one true type , or tribe
 ...

Author: Lee Kingma

Publisher: Juta and Company Ltd

ISBN: 9781770130791

Category: Psychology

Page: 115

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A practical tool to understand both your own and and others' behaviour thus enabling improved relationships both at work and in your private lives.

Constitution and Bylaws of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Minnesota

president, a Tribal vice-president, a Tribal secretary, and a Tribal treasurer. The
Tribal Executive Committee shall elect or appoint all other officers and
committees, as may be necessary. SEC. 3. The members of the Tribal Executive
Committee ...

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Socio cultural History of Sh pfomei Naga Tribe

A Historical Study of Ememei, Lepaona, Chüluve and Paomata Generally Known
as Mao-Poumai Naga Tribe William Nepuni. INTRODUCTION T he purpose of
the study is to reconstruct “ A Socio - cultural History of Shüpfomei ' Naga ?

Author: William Nepuni

Publisher: Mittal Publications

ISBN: 9788183243070

Category: Mao (South Asian people)

Page: 244

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Constitution and Bylaws of the Kootenai Tribe of Idaho

ARTICLE I—TERRITORY This tribal organization, to be known as "The Kootenai
Tribe of Idaho," shall extend its jurisdiction over the area of Indian trust lands
acquired under the Act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 388), and other trust lands ...

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Idols of the Tribe

Idols of the Tribe was a pacesetter, at the forefront in recognizing the persisting
importance of ethnicity as a force both in building nations and in tearing them
apart; but it is also a work of literary merit, crafted by a master wordsmith, that
builds ...

Author: Harold Robert Isaacs

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674443150

Category: Political Science

Page: 242

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"A pacesetter, at the forefront in recognizing the persisting importance of 'ethnicity as a force both in building nations and in tearing them apart, ' it is also a work of literary merit, crafted by a master wordsmith." So comments Lucian Pye in reflecting on this classic work in political science and sociology about group identities bending and shaping themselves under the pressure of political change. These transformations seem to have basic similarities, whether they take place in Little Rock or Kenya, Vietnam or Pakistan, Belgium or Biafra. Isaacs sorts out some fundamentals in forming group identity: the body, names, language, history of origins, religion, and nationality. These are dynamic elements that are melded together but have the possibility of creating new pluralisms. Diane Ravitch wrote in Commentary "Isaacs's survey of global pluralism is enormously helpful in broadening our perspective, and should be required reading for anyone who cares about the shape of ethnicity in America."

An Account of the Origin and Present Condition of the Tribe of Ramoossies

The origin and migration of tribes . That of the Ramoossies involved in obscurity .
- - The limits of the country over which they are dispersed . - The origin of the tribe
and that of their name variously exe plained . - - ' J ' he tribe divided into two ...

Author: Alexander Mackintosh

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The Ponca Tribe

Ponca tribal council , introduced a bill calling for a division of the tribal assets and
the termination of the Federal trust relationship to the Northern Ponca band .
Complete assimilation into the major culture seems to be the goal of the majority
of ...

Author: James Henri Howard

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803272798

Category: Social Science

Page: 191

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The culture of the Ponca Indians is less well known than their misfortunes. A model of research and clarity, The Ponca Tribe is still the most complete account of these Indians who inhabited the upper central plains. Peaceably inclined and never numerous, they built earth-lodge villages, cultivated gardens, and hunted buffalo. James H. Howard considers their historic situation in present-day South Dakota and Nebraska, their trade with Europeans and relations with the U.S. government and, finally, their loss of land along the Niobrara River and forced removal to Indian Territory. The tragic events surrounding the 1877 removal, culminating in the arrest and trial of Chief Standing Bear, are only part of the Ponca story. Howard, a respected ethnologist, traces the tribe’s origins and early history. Aided by Ponca informants, he presents their way of life in his descriptions of Ponca lodgings, arts and crafts (pottery was made from blue clay found on the Missouri River), clothing and ornaments, food, tools and weapons, dogs and horses, kinship system, governance, sexual practices, and religious ceremonies and dances. He tells what is known about a proud (and ultimately divided) tribe that was led down a “trail of tears.” The Ponca Tribe was originally published in 1965 as a bulletin of the Smithsonian Institution’s Bureau of American Ethnology. Introducing this edition is Donald N. Brown, a professor of sociology at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, and a Ponca authority.

The Forgotten Tribe

The forgotten tribe People with disabilities in Zimbabwe remain the forgotten tribe
. Government and civil society are failing to meet the needs of people with
disabilities , while the myths and misinformation about disability so prevalent in ...

Author: Tsitsi Choruma

Publisher: CIIR

ISBN: 9781852873233

Category: People with disabilities

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Constitution and By Laws of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation South Dakota

The tribal council may appoint delegates to represent the Oglala Sioux Tribe in
national Sioux councils. ARTICLE VII—ADOPTION OF CONSTITUTION AND BY-
LAWS SECTION 1. This constitution and the attached by-laws when approved by
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Constitution and By Laws of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

ARTICLE V—ADOPTION This Constitution and By-laws shall be effective when
approved by the Secretary of the Interior and ratified by a majority vote of the
qualified voters of the Miami Tribe voting at an election called by the Secretary of
the ...

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Generic Conspectus of the Tribe Astereae Asteraceae in North America and Central America the Antilles and Hawaii

GENERIC CONSPECTUS OF THE TRIBE ASTEREAE (ASTERACEAE) IN
NORTH AMERICA AND CENTRAL AMERICA, THE ANTILLES, AND HAWAII
GUYL. NESOM North Carolina Botanical Garden Coker Hall CB 3280 University
of North ...

Author: Guy L. Nesom

Publisher: BRIT Press

ISBN: 1889878065

Category: Astereae

Page: 100

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Constitution and By Laws of the Seneca Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma

The powers of the Tribe shall be set forth in detail in the corporate charter to be
requested by the Business Committee. ARTICLE VII—STANDING COMMITTEES
SECTION 1. Grievance Committee.—This committee shall be elected by the ...

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