Arapaho Child Life And Its Cultural Backgrounds (Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletins)

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Arapaho Child Life And Its Cultural Backgrounds
(Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletins)

Author: M. Inez Hilger

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Content:
List of informants

  • Introduction: the Arapaho Indians
  • Prenatal period
  • Birth
  • Postnatal interests
  • Nursing and weaning
  • Atypical conditions
  • Names
  • Adolescence
  • Training children
  • Mental training
  • Training in morals
  • Children’s diversions
  • Ceremonial age societies
  • “Medicine”
  • Health
  • Religion and supernatural powers
  • Belief in life after death
  • Domestic economy –
  • Tribal government
  • Marriage
  • Summary
  • Bibliography
  • Index.
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