James Mooney - Indian map of North America with all names and ethnological sites In-depth study of particular tribes Cherokee Comanche Powhatan

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/12/09 James Mooney: 1861 - 1921
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5/12/09 Education Son of Irish immigrants Richmond, Indiana public school education Religious instruction Graduated Richmond High School, 1878 Taught public school for two semesters after graduating
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5/12/09 First Encounter Overhearing a conversation sparked his interest in ethnology Always liked to catalog Earlham College
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5/12/09 Training Spent ten years compiling lists on Indian tribe names and notes on them– considered this his training Washington Matthews
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5/12/09 Fieldwork 1887-1889: Cherokee, NC Linguistics Sacred formulas Cherokee mounds Indian personal names Discovered death rate outpaced birth rate– introduced modern medicine Indian ball play
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5/12/09 Fieldwork 1890-1892: Cherokee, NC Ghost Dance Peyote 1893: Comanche, OK Peyote Heraldry Kiowa calendar 1896, 1901, 1903, 1905: Kiowa, OK Sun Dance
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5/12/09 Main Research Focuses
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Unformatted text preview: Indian map of North America with all names and ethnological sites In-depth study of particular tribes: Cherokee, Comanche, Powhatan, Kiowa 5/12/09 Central Ideas Supported sentiment behind assimilation; warned against wrenching Indians from their cultures Comparative study Human universality Research over writing 5/12/09 Practical Matters Struggled until 1886 1886: hired by Bureau of American Ethnology as an ethnologist Struggled after Powell’s death 5/12/09 Professional Concerns Bureau of Ethnology Recognized expert by Smithsonian Institution Anthropological Society of Washington Expositions: St. Louis, Tennessee Centennial, Trans-Mississippi and International, Columbian Cooperative ventures with Field Museum in Chicago 5/12/09 Individual Question How did Mooney’s Irish heritage contribute to his anthropological work?...
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James Mooney - Indian map of North America with all names and ethnological sites In-depth study of particular tribes Cherokee Comanche Powhatan

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