Two Crows Denies It: A History of Controversy in Omaha Sociology

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INTRODUCTION
1
National Anthropological Archives, box 30 (4558 [101]), A. C. Fletcher's trip from Omaha to South Dakota, 1881.
2
Preserved in the National Anthropological Archives 4558, item 72, no. 2, Omaha tribal roll and catalog of land ownership.
3
Partch to Lowrie, 13 October 1883, Nebraska State Historical Society, Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, film MS2683, roll 1, series 2, Correspondence, 1880-83, Homer W. Partch. Fletcher describes the hardships of her work on the allotment in chapter 11 of Life among the Omahas, National Anthropological Archives 4558, item 65. This work is soon to be published by the University of Nebraska Press, edited by Joanna C. Scherer.
4
Francis married Alice Mitchell, daughter of Washuʹshe or Henry Mitchell of the Black Shoulder Pipe subclan on 26 June 1877 ( Vindicator, Decatur, Nebraska, vol. 1, no. 1--in the Green Collection, Nebraska State Historical Society). She died in 1878 ( Dorsey 1890a, 692). He then married Alice La Flesche (Solomon), daughter of Little Prairie Chicken or Horace Cline, Black Bear subclan, On the Left Side clan, in August 1879. He divorced her in 1884 on grounds of infidelity, and she later married Sioux Solomon, brother of Two Crows. Green's confusion of these two women ( 1969, 178) is understandable. Francis later married and (in 1908) divorced Rosa Bourassa, a half-Chippewa. She later settled on First Street, SE, in Washington, D.C., a few hundred feet from the home of Alice Fletcher and Francis La Flesche ( Green 1969, 179- 82).
5
Dorsey to La Flesche, 8 June 1894; Lo Flesche to Dorsey, 8 June 1894;

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Plates ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Chieftainship 29
  • 2: the Tribal Circle 50
  • 3: Descent Groups 68
  • 4: Personal Names 104
  • 5: Relationship Terminology 124
  • 6: Terminology and Marriage 155
  • 7: Marriage, Residence, and Kinship 176
  • 8: the Pattern of Marriage 186
  • 9: "Omaha Alliance" 194
  • 10: Dispersed Alliance 218
  • Ii: Conclusion 228
  • Notes 236
  • Bibliography 243
  • Subject Index 257
  • Name Index 266
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