The diversity and continuities in American Indian spirituality! The religious life of Native Americans is a panorama featuring an immense diversity of beliefs, ceremonies, and ways of life. Native Religions of North America reflects this rich tradition as it admirably distills a complex subject in a practical and engaging manner. Through concise expression and careful choice of examples, Hultkrantz identifies the diversity and continuities in American Indian spirituality. He introduces the hunters and farmers, the past and present, and the physical contexts and the sublime speculations of tribal religions, even the subtle shades of meaning within an Indian community.
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Titles of related interest from Waveland Press: Basso, The Cibecue Apache (ISBN 9780881332148); Downs, The Navajo (ISBN 9780881330373); Dozier, The Pueblo Indians of North America (ISBN 9780881330595); Farrer, Thunder Rides a Black Horse: Mescalero Apaches and the Mythic Present, Third Edition (ISBN 9781577666998); Garbarino-Sasso, Native American Heritage, Third Edition (ISBN 9780881337730); Kehoe, The Ghost Dance: Ethnohistory and Revitalization, Second Edition (ISBN 9781577664536); and McCleary, The Stars We Know: Crow Indian Astronomy and Lifeways (ISBN 9780881339246).
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