Teton Sioux Music and Culture

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ILLUSTRATIONS
BLACK AND WHITE PLATES
1. śiya′ka Frontispiece
FOLLOWING PAGE 254
2. Views on Standing Rock Reservation
5. Decorated robe
6. Outer wrapping for Spirit bundle and braided sweet grass
7. Implements used in handling coals in Spirit lodge
8. Spirit post
9. Buffalo Boy
10. No Heart
11. White-Buffalo-Walking
12. Participants in Sun dance
13. Chased-by-Bears
14. Sun-dance pipe
15. Gifts of tobacco
16. The Sun dance (drawing by No Heart)
18. Sun dance whistle
19. Hair ornament of buffalo hide worn in Sun dance
20. Ceremonial grouping of articles in Sun dance
21. Articles used in Sun dance
22. Red Bird
23. Lone Man
24. Charging Thunder
25. Brave Buffalo
26. Hoop carried by Elk dreamer
27. Hair ornament worn by Elk dreamer
28. Bent stick carried by Wolf dreamer
29. Sacred stone owned by Brave Buffalo
30. Sacred stone owned by Chased-by-Bears
31. Goose
32. Gourd rattle
33. Medicine bag with articles used by owner in treating the sick
34. Medicine bag of badger paws
35. Medicine bag of mink hide
36. Small bags of medicine and spoon
37. Splint and matted deer hair used in treating fractures
38. Bear-with-White-Paw
39. Drum and decorated drumstick
40. Eagle Shield
41. Necklace worn when treating the sick
42. Fasting vigil (drawing by Old Buffalo); Old Buffalo
43. Buffalo-dance shield
44. Crow-skin necklace and case
45. Strong Heart society rattle
46. Rattles
47. Two Shields
48. War shield (obverse)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations - Black and White Plates ix
  • List of Songs xiii
  • Names of Singers xxvi
  • Phonetic Key xxviii
  • Teton Sioux Music 1
  • Introduction 1
  • Analysis of Sioux and Chippewa Songs 40
  • Ceremonies 63
  • Old Songs 152
  • Dreams and Their Obligations 157
  • Societies (okoălakiā06iye) 284
  • Comparatively Modern Songs 428
  • The Buffalo Hunt (wanásapi) 436
  • Council and Chief Songs 448
  • Songs Connected with Dances and Games 468
  • Miscellaneous Songs 492
  • Rhythimc Units 528
  • Bibliography 551
  • I N D E X 555
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