Summary of Chronology

A summary of chronology and diffusion can be made most conveniently and concisely by the use of the map in conjunction with the following tabulation. Definitely established dates appear in bold type. A knowledge of the route of diffusion permits the dating of intermediate tribes.


Ghost Dance

Wodziwob, Walker Lake Paviotso, originator, 1869.

Frank Spencer (Weneyuga), Pyramid Lake Paviotso (?), converted Washo, Pyramid Lake Paviotso, Surprise Valley Paviotso, Klamath Reservation Paviotso, some Klamath (?) and Modoc on Klamath Reservation, 1871.

Doctor George, Klamath Reservation Modoc, converted Tule Lake Modoc, 1871.

Tule Lake Modoc transmitted doctrine to Shasta, 1871.

Sambo, Shasta, converted Karok, 1871.

Several Shasta transmitted doctrine to Siletz Reservation Tututni and to Grand Ronde, 1871.

Depot Charlie, Tututni, converted Tolowa, 1871 or 1872.

Naigelthomelo, Yurok, or Hena Tom, Tolowa, converted Yurok, 1872.

Hupa rejected doctrine, 1872.

Yurok brought second wave to Karok, 1873. (This constituted a closed unit with no indication of how the doctrine reached north-central Califor- nia. The second ingress was via the Achomawi.)

Biritcid, Honey Lake Paviotso (?), converted eastern Achomawi, 1871.

Achomawi transmitted cult to Northern Yana, 1871.

Abortive attempt to convert Mountain Maidu by group of Paviotso, 1871 (?).


Earth Lodge Cult

Norelputus, Northern Yana–Wintu, inserted deep earth lodge element,

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations viii
  • Introduction to the Nebraska Edition ix
  • Preface xxv
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One: Nevada and the Klamath Drainage 5
  • Part Two: Western Oregon 57
  • Part Three: North-Central California 89
  • Part Four: Big Head Cult 271
  • Summary of Chronology 297
  • Summary of Contents 301
  • Conclusions and Speculations 313
  • Appendix ° Informants 323
  • Notes 335
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