By John Langellier
American Indians within the U.S КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Greenhill Books Серия: The G.I. sequence - The Illustrated background of the yankee Soldier Автор: John P. Langellier Название: American Indians within the U.S. military, 1866-1945 Язык: English Год издания: 2000 Количество страниц: seventy four ISBN: 1-85367-408-7 Формат: pdf Размер: 12.32 Мб eighty five
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Probably Paviotso activities centering around the doctrine of these two prophets at most did not survive the decade. The matter of dating is of some importance in relation to data from the Surprise Valley Paviotso of northeastern California. 7 This was deﬁnitely conﬁrmed by a Washo, who said that the Weneyuga who converted them was called Frank Spencer in English. Furthermore, certain Nevada Paviotso knew of Weneyuga’s journey to Fort Bidwell in the Surprise Valley country. There can be no doubt of the man’s identity.
He is inclined to favor the earlier date in order to allow time for the diffusion of the cult to the Karok, who are known to have received it in 1871. From what we have learned of Frank Spencer’s movements and the rapidity with which the Ghost Dance spread, it becomes fairly certain that 1871 is the probable date. As the message radiated outward from Beatty, centers of dancing developed among the Klamath, most important of which was the one on Williamson River. Simultaneously, the band of Modoc who were to be involved the following year in the Modoc War received the doctrine from a fellow tribesman, called Doctor George (Xelespiames), who had participated in the Paviotso dance at Beatty.
By and large, however, most dreamers used the following devices: (1) ﬂagpole, from which a ﬂag was ﬂown in front of the dance house during the ceremony; (2) a secularized form of the old Patwin Hesi dance, which has been called Bole-Hesi; (3) cloth costumes, especially for women, which were often used in conjunction with a particular dance known as Bole or Maru depending upon the language area; and (4) a Ball dance. The Bole-Maru probably originated with the Hill Patwin prophet, Lame Bill, who also supported the Earth Lodge cult.
American Indians in the U.S by John Langellier