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Unformatted text preview: FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE-ANTH/ES 352 2011-McCollough The exam will be just over the section covered since exam three. It will be similar to the past exams. This study guide works for those that take the exam on Thursday during class time as well as though who take it during finals week. Final’s week exam is scheduled for May 5 (Thursday) from 3:30-5:30. Do not be late. I. Crow Crow reservation-Montana. Matrilineal, 13 clans, split from Hidatsa. Crow really should have been called the Raven. Captured women and children (mostly Native Americans). Chief an honorific title. Given if you completed four feats: successful raid, capture tethered horse, first to count coup on enemy, steal weapon from living enemy during battle. Crow boys brought up on the romance of an early death on the battlefield. Political organization through clans and consensus. Sacred Tobacco grown by the Tobacco Society. Only men smoke the tobacco. Sun Dance a big deal. Had the most horses of any tribe east of the Rockies. Hunted bison, elk, deer, sheep, bear. Traded with the Hidatsa. Cooperative hunts of bison were the norm. bow and arrow used even after the introduction of the gun for bison hunting. Crow kinship system. Mom=mom’ sister. Dad= dad’s brother. Mom’s after the introduction of the gun for bison hunting....
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  • Spring '11
  • Native Americans in the United States, First Nations, Lakota people, Crow, Blackfoot, glacial national park

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