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Oral traditions of the Coquille Indians, 1978

Roberta L. Hall

Oral traditions of the Coquille Indians, 1978

by Roberta L. Hall

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Published by Dept. of Anthropology, Oregon State University in [Corvallis] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folklore -- Oregon -- Coos County.,
  • Coquille Indians -- Folklore.,
  • Oral tradition -- Oregon -- Coos County.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRoberta L. Hall.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17642880M

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Oral traditions of the Coquille Indians, 1978 by Roberta L. Hall Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hall, Roberta L. Oral traditions of the Coquille Indians. Hall, Roberta L. People of the Coquille Estuary: native use of resources on the Oregon coast: an investigation of cultural and environmental change in the Bandon area employing archaeology, ethnology, human biology, and geology.

Corvallis, Or.: Words and Pictures Unlimited, Books shelved as oral-tradition: Ireland by Frank Delaney, D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths by Ingri d'Aulaire, The Man Made of Words: Essays, Stories, Pa.

ORE HAL Hall, Roberta L. Oral traditions of the Coquille Indians. HAL Hall, Roberta L. People of the Coquille Estuary: native use of resources on the Oregon coast: an investigation of cultural and environmental change in the Bandon area employing archaeology, ethnology, human biology, and geology.

Corvallis, Or.: Words. Although written by a leading historian of Africa, Vansina's work on oral traditions ranges far beyond Africa, so has a wider relevance. Vansina explains not only how oral traditions have been used in the past but also how they should be used by historians in their research.

North America: University of Wisconsin Press; Kenya: EAEP. The rich oral traditions of the Athabaskan Indians from southwestern Oregon 1978 book showcased in these pages for the first time. This volume features vivid and humorous tales of familiar Tricksters: Coyote, known for his unusual sexual prowess and escapades that often go awry; the vain and gullible Grizzly Bear; and Raccoon, often greedy and ever elusive.

Oral tradition, or oral lore, is a form of human communication wherein knowledge, art, ideas and cultural material is received, preserved and transmitted orally from one generation to another. The transmission is through speech or song and may include folktales, ballads, chants, prose or verses.

In this way, it is possible for a society Oral traditions of the Coquille Indians transmit oral history, oral literature, oral law and. Topic: Oral tradition of the Cherokee people This is from the book Voices of Our Ancestors: Cherokee Teachings from the Wisdom Fire by Dhyani Ywahoo.

Tsalagi Elo - our philosophy, our oral tradition - tells how the Principal People, the Ani Yun Wiwa, originated in the star system known as the Pleiades, whence first arose the spark of.

Oral history is a widespread and well-developed research method in many fields-but the conduct of oral histories of and by American Indian peoples has unique issues and concerns that are too rarely addressed. This essential guide begins by differentiating between the practice of oral history and the ancient oral traditions of Indian cultures, detailing ethical and legal parameters, and.

Native American Oral Traditions provides models for overcoming such obstacles to interpreting and understanding Native oral literature in relation to the communities and cultures from which it comes.

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Oral history–as opposed to oral traditions –began in the late s with the advent of modern technology and the availability of recording equipment. Although oral history is the collection of first-hand information from a person, its collection techniques, including the use of a tape recorder and a trained interviewer, have been adapted.

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Oral traditions and myths have long been an integral part of Native American cosmology. Not only have they been - and continue to be - an essential part of handing down Native American customs, norms, beliefs, and cultural histories, but they also form a communal mythic discourse/5.

Jan Vansina’s book, Oral Tradition, was hailed internationally as a pioneering work in the field of ally published in French, it was translated into English, Spanish, Italian, Arabic, and Hungarian. Reviewers were unanimous in their praise of Vansina’s success in subjecting oral traditions to intense functional analysis.

Oral tradition, the first and still most widespread mode of human communication. Far more than “just talking,” oral tradition refers to a dynamic and highly diverse oral-aural medium for evolving, storing, and transmitting knowledge, art, and ideas.

It is typically contrasted with literacy, with. The Great Peace CD-ROM Aboriginal CD-ROM dedicated to the history, culture, and spirituality of the Iroquois Confederacy and The Great Law, which formed the basis of the U.S. Constitution. Tete ka asom ene Kakyere. Ancient things remain in the ear (Daaku, p.

45) This Akan (Ghana) proverb puts it succinctly. The marvel of oral tradition, some will say its curse, is this: messages from the past exist, are real, and yet are not continuously accessible to the senses.

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Native Americans communicated their entire lifestyle, including history, genealogy, and spirituality, through speech. Therefore, to fully understand Native American culture and all its characteristics it is necessary to study their oral traditions.

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I dare say that if we were able to trace back most oral traditions today, as God sees them from an eternal perspective, we would see the mutations, changes and fabrications involved in modern mythology. We would also see a lot of "fables".Cherokee Story-telling Traditions: Forming Identity, Building Community By Steven Woods “I think it was a fine example of the oral tradition” (Alexie ).

Although Velma’s reply may be understood as ironic, oral traditions remain a central part of Native American cultures. 1 These traditions.