The Structure of Twana Culture
Washington State University Press, 1992 - 576 páginas
Of Public Ceremonial Forms. Classification of Ceremonial Forms. Basis of Classification. Classification by Three Basic Criteria. Sponsored Ceremonies of Religious Function. Comparison of Four Sponsored Ceremonies. Statistical Similarities. Structure of Give-Away and Secret Society. Structure of Spirit Dance and Soul Recovery. Summary of Comparison Results -- 14. Summary. The Twana Culture. Social Groups Definable Territorially.
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