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Main Title Surviving through the days : translations of Native California stories and songs : a California Indian reader /
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Author Title of a Work
Luthin, Herbert W.
Publisher University of California Press,
Year Published 2002
OCLC Number 44026408
ISBN 0520222695; 9780520222694; 0520222709; 9780520222700
Subjects Indians of North America--California--Folklore. ; Indians of North America--California--Music. ; Indian mythology--California. ; Indians of North America--Folklore. ; Indians of North America--Music. ; Indianentalen. ; Anthologie. ; Mythologie. ; Volkserzählung. ; Lied. ; Indianer. ; Kalifornien.
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ERAM  E78.C15.S94 2002 NA Region 9 Library/San Francisco,CA 06/06/2003
Collation xxi, 630 pages : illustrations maps ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Song from the myth "Kukumat became sick" (Quechan) -- General introduction -- Making texts, reading translations -- pt. I. Selections -- "Creation songs" (Cupeäno) -- 1. Kwaw labors to form a world (Atsugewi, 1996) -- Northwestern California -- Doctor dance song (Yurok) -- 2. Test-ch'as (The tidal wave) (Tolowa, 1985) -- 3. "The young man from Serper" and other stories (Yurok, 1951, 1985-1988) -- 4. Coyote and Old Woman Bullhead (Karuk, circa 1930) -- 5. The devil who died laughing (Karuk, 1950) -- 6. "The boy who grew up at Ta'k'imi±ding" and other stories (Hupa, 1963-1964) -- 7. The Bear Girl (Chimariko, 1921) -- North-Central California -- Spell said by a girl desirous of getting a husband (Northern Yana) -- 8. How my father found the deer (Achumawi, 1970) -- 9. Naponoha (Cocoon Man) (Atsugewi, 1931) -- 10. A story of lizard (Yahi, 1915) -- 11. A selection of Wintu songs (Wintu, 1929-1931) -- 12. Loon woman : He-who-is-made-beautiful, She-who-becomes-loon (Wintu, 1929) -- 13. Four songs from Grace McKibbin (Wintu, circa 1982) -- 14. How I became a dreamer (Nomlaki, 1935) -- 15. Mad bat (Maidu, circa 1902) -- 16. Creation (Eastern Pomo, 1930) -- 17. The trials of Young Hawk (Southern Pomo, 1940) -- 18. The woman who loved a snake (Cache Creek Pomo, 1988) -- 19. The dead people's home (Lake Miwok, 1980) -- South-Central California -- Excerpt from "The éCiq'neq'š myth" (Ventureäno Chumash) -- 20. Two stories from the Central Valley -- "Visit to the land of the dead" (Chawchila Yokuts, 1931) -- "Condor steals falcon's wife" (Yowlumni Yokuts, 1930) -- 21. The contest between men and women (Tèubatulabal, circa 1932) -- 22. The Dog Girl (Ineseäno Chumash, 1913) -- Southern California -- Excerpt from an account of "The soul" (Quechan) -- 23. The creation (Serrano, 1963) -- 24. A harvest of songs from Villiana Calac Hyde (Luiseäno, 1988-1992) -- 25. From "The life of Hawk Feather" : the bear episodes (Cupeäno, 1962, 1920) -- 26. In the desert with Hipahipa (Mojave, 1902) -- 27. An account of origins (Quechan (Yuma), 1908) -- pt. II. Essays on Native California languages and oral literatures -- "When I have donned my crest of stars" (Kiliwa) -- A brief history of collection -- "Women's brush dance song" (Luiseäno) -- Notes on Native California oral literatures -- Funeral speech (Quechan) -- Notes on Native California languages.