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The culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians

William Wilmon Newcomb

The culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians

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Published by University of Michigan in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Delaware Indians.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesAnthropological papers, Museum of Anthropology. University of Michigan -- no. 10., HRAF -- 2., Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History -- v. 10.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination141 p.
    Number of Pages141
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16812990M


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In andWilliam W. Newcomb, Jr. visited the Delaware people of Oklahoma in order to write an ethnographic study of the tribe. He discusses the origins and linguistic affiliations of the Delaware, their social systems, economic and material culture, and religion and folklore, as well as the process of acculturation and assimilation that took place after European contact.

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Museum of Anthropology. Anthropological papers, no Notes Bibliography: p. Subject headings Delaware Indians. The Culture and Acculturation of the Delaware Indians - William W. Newcomb, Jr., In andWilliam W.

Newcomb, Jr. visited the Delaware people of Oklahoma in order to write an ethnographic study of the tribe. He discusses the origins and linguistic affiliations of the Delaware, their social systems, economic and material culture, and religion and folklore, as well as the process of acculturation and assimilation.

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Acculturation was not successful in letting the Native Americans keep all their land or keep every aspect of their culture, but it did allow them to live prosperous lives based on American ideals.

The Indian tribes that chose to resist, the Creeks, Shawnees, and Delawares to name a few, were unsuccessful in keeping their lives, land, and culture. The culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians. No About this Book.

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The Culture and Acculturation of the Delaware Indians. By William W. Newcomb, Jr. (Ann Arbor: Univer-sity of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology, Anthropological Papers, No. Map, ap-pendix, tables, and bibliography.

$) Newcomb's study is the most comprehensive ethnohis-torical treatment of the Delaware Indians yet to appear. The work at hand contains probably the greatest single collection of records pertaining to the Delaware Indians assembled in one volume.

Spanning the period and touching on 20, individuals or households, these records, many of which establish relationships between family members, consist, in the main, of censuses or pay rolls, medical records, annuity payments, school attendance.

The culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. MLA Citation. Newcomb, William Wilmon. The culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians University of Michigan Ann Arbor Australian/Harvard Citation.

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The culture and acculturation of the Delaware Indians / William W. Newcomb. Author: Newcomb, William W. (William Wilmon), Published: Delaware Indians; Note: Based on thesis, University of Michigan. Bibliography Note: Bibliography: pages Reproduction Note. This source, by a professional anthropologist, is the most thorough survey of Delaware literature available.

While the author spent two summers among the modern Delaware, and uses some of the material gathered to show how the culture has changed, most of the material in the book has been gathered from the literature from contact time onward.

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cantly, it resulted in changes in both Swedish and Delaware Indian society and culture. Europeans and Indians fared differently from culture contact and acculturation. The world the Delawares had known was ravaged by the experience. Swedish culture in America, at least during the seventeenth century, remained largely intact.

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University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology, Anthropological Papers, no. Ann Arbor. Weslager, Clinton A. The Delaware Indian Westward Migration. Wallingford, Pa.: Middle Atlantic Press. MARSHALL JOSEPH BECKER Also read article about Delaware. Title: The Delaware Indian westward migration: with texts of two manuscripts,responding to General Lewis Cass's inquiries about Lenape culture and language.

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