Waheenee, an Indian Girl's Story

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WAHEENEE AN INDIAN GIRL'S STORY

TOLD BY HERSELF

TO

GILBERT L. WILSON, Ph.D.

Field collector for the American Museum of Natural History of New York City. Professor of Anthropology, Macalester College.

Author of "Myths of the Red Children." "Goodbird, the Indian," "The Agriculture of the Hidatsa Indians." "Indian Hero Tales."

Introduction by Jeffery R. Hanson

ILLUSTRATED BY FREDERICK N. WILSON

University of Nebraska Press Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Sources xiv
  • Foreword 3
  • Contents 5
  • First Chapter a Little Indian Girl 7
  • Second Chapter Winter Camp 15
  • Third Chapter the Buffalo-Skin Cap 21
  • Fourth Chapter Story Telling 35
  • Fifth Chapter Life in an Earth Lodge 44
  • Sixth Chapter Childhood Games and Beliefs 54
  • Seventh Chapter Kinshep, Clan Cousins 66
  • Eighth Chapter Indian Dogs 73
  • Ninth Chapter Training a Dog 81
  • Eleventh Chapter Picking June Berries 99
  • Twelfth Chapter the Corn Husking 109
  • Thirteenth Chapter Marriage 117
  • Fifteenth Chapter the Hunting Camp 138
  • Sixteenth Chapter Homeward Bound 149
  • Seventeenth Chapter: An Indian Papoose 156
  • Eighteenth Chapter the Voyage Home 165
  • Glossary of Indian Words 177
  • Explanatory Notes 178
  • Supplement How to Make an Indian Camp 183
  • Hints to Young Campers 187
  • Indian Cooking 188
  • Editor's Note 189
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