Oklahoma Seminoles is a much-needed ethnography of a native American population that has been frequently . The main focus of the volume is on medicine and magic.
Oklahoma Seminoles is a much-needed ethnography of a native American population that has been frequently overlooked or underplayed in the anthropological literature. However, Seminole history, ceremonialism, sports and games, religion, mortuary practices, folklore, and culture change are also treated. Both historians and anthropologists should find it useful. Journal of Southern History.
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Adapted from Oklahoma Seminoles: Medicine, Magic, and Religion. Tawá l-akko, smooth sumac (Rhus glabra). An infusion of the outer skin of the root relieves menstrual backache in women and headache in either sex. The intricate blending of traditional and modern customs with Christian and native religious beliefs, and the understandable secretiveness of the Seminole today, work against an outsider’s gaining a real understanding of their healing traditions. Even the comprehensive discussion of Seminole plant medicine found in Oklahoma Seminoles: Medicine, Magic, and Religion by James H. Howard with Willie Lena is open to question.
The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma is a federally recognized Native American tribe based in the . It is the largest of the three federally recognized Seminole governments, which include the Seminole Tribe of Florida and the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida.
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Howard, James H. 1984 Oklahoma Seminoles: Medicine, Magic, and Religion. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Howe, Daniel Walker 2007 What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815–1848. Oxford University Press, New York, N. oogle Scholar.
The Seminole Indians of Oklahoma in the United States have a creature in their mythology called a stikini ( man .
The Seminole Indians of Oklahoma in the United States have a creature in their mythology called a stikini ( man owl ). It removes his still-beating heart from his body by pulling it out of his mouth, then it takes the heart back to its home. When the stikini returns to consume its organs, one can fire upon it with the magic arrow, as this is the only time that the creature is vulnerable (1314: . 27-128; 1391: . 88; 1392: . 39-140; 1393: . 7; 1394: . 6; 1395: . 46). ИсточникиКрыніцыŹródłaДжерелаSources.
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