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Native North American Spirtuality of the Eastern Woodlands: Sacred Myths, Dreams, Visions, Speeches, Healing Formulas, Rituals and Ceremonials

By Elisabeth Tooker / Paulist Press / 1979

$20.99

Overview

This volume includes a basic collection of the sacred texts, religious beliefs and practices of the Indian tribes that lived along the east coast of the United States and Canada. These cultures existed and thrived for thousands of years before Europeans came to North America. Their words still provide insight into their unique, often animistic beliefs and practices.

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Key Features

  • A collection of texts detailing of Native American culture and religious rituals
  • Fully integrates and cross references with other resources from your Logos library
  • Useful for studies of comparative religion and historical studies of Northa America

Product Details

  • Title: Native North American Spirituality of the Eastern Woodlands: Sacred Myths, Dreams, Visions, Speeches, Healing Formulas, Rituals and Ceremonials
  • Editor: Elizabeth Tooker
  • Series: The Classics of Western Spirituality
  • Publisher: Paulist Press
  • Publication Date: 1979
  • Pages: 302
  • Resource Type: Ancient Texts
  • Resource Type: Monograph

About the Editor

Elizabeth Tooker has also written An Ethnography of the Huron Indians 1615-1649, Lewis H. Morgan on Iroquois Material Culture, and The Iroquois Ceremony of Midwinter.