5 edition of The Autobiography Of A Papago Woman found in the catalog.
The Autobiography Of A Papago Woman
March 1, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
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Papago Woman book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A valued classic by a foremost female anthropologist. Underhill's fine The Autobiography of The Autobiography Of A Papago Woman book Papago Woman Description Chona, the daughter of a Papago (Tohono O’odham) village chief when the tribe first came under American supervision, was in her nineties when Underhill () recorded her recollections during several visits between and A Papago Woman is a better place to start as Chona brings to life O'odham ethnography when the Apaches were still active enemies and contacts with Mexico were more common than with Anglos.
Underhill estimates that Chona was born around and recorded her autobiography › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Social Sciences. "The narrator of the following autobiography [was] Maria Chona."--Page 2. Supplement to American Anthropologist, vol no.
3, part 2. Reprint of ed., published by The American Anthropological Association, Millwood, :// The Autobiography of a Papago Woman In the latter part of the s, PhD. Ruth Underhill headed a college-financed anthropological study of the Southwestern-based Papago society (Lavender).
The result from the venture was a self-proclaimed “autobiography” of a Papago woman’s recount of her experiences as a member of the :// In this autobiography of one of their woman we learn how houses were built and food cooked, of war with the Papago's traditional Apache enemies, and of the purification of warriors; we are told of the importance of the young woman's first menstruation; of cactus fruit gathering, and of the brewing of cactus wine for the achievement of a Cite this Record.
The autobiography of a Papago woman. Ruth M. Underhill. Menasha, Wis: The American Anthropological Association. (tDAR id: ) The Autobiography of a Papago Woman | This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
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Description: Short biography of Maria Chona, the Papago woman who was one of the first Southwestern Native American women to write her own autobiography.
Her autobiography, The Autobiography of a Papago Woman was transcribed by the ethnographer Ruth Underhill and published inthe year of Chona’s :// This document comprises the life history of Maria Chona, a year-old Papago woman who was the author's chief informant and aide while in the field.
The information in her story concerns mainly the period of to about It covers, in addition to the day-to-day life of the people, many of the culturally significant values and activities of the Papago: shamanism, the cure of the sick ?method=citation&forward=browseAuthors.
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Case study based on THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A PAPAGO WOMAN that was first published as a memoir. Underhill brings into vivid focus the situation, the people, & her own experiences during her field study.
She elaborates the early memoir (reprinted in its original form entirely) with description & interpretation. Her text is a culture study of the desert people of the American Southwest ?id=ZItukoWUDuMC. item 3 The Autobiography of a Papago Woman by Ruth Underhill (English) Hardcover Book F - The Autobiography of a Papago Woman by Ruth Underhill (English) Hardcover Book F.
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Underhill avg rating — 5 ratings — published — 2 editions A valued classic by a foremost female anthropologist. Underhills fine ethnographic work gives us at least a glimpse into a time that will not come again, yet a time that will forever shape the future.
Her approach is reverential, without being too sentimental. The study of culture is enriched by Underhills writings, and the life history presented in Papago Woman stands clear as an excellent ?id=ZYsfAAAAQBAJ. The autobiography of a Papago woman Ruth Underhill （Memoirs of the American anthropological association, 46, ） Kraus Reprint.
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Papago Woman The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Page 3 Introduction BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was born in Milk Street, Boston, on January 6, His father, Josiah Franklin, was a tallow chandler who married twice, and of his seventeen children Benjamin was the youngest :// /12/Anthropologist Ruth M.
Underhill (–), a widely acknowledged expert on Native American life, published The Autobiography of a Papago Woman inthe first-known oral history of an American Indian woman.
The story of Maria Chona, a Papago (Tohono O’odham) woman, is a sequence of intimate episodes and crises from her traditional and nontraditional life, including childbearing ?t=