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Notes on the history and material culture of the Tonkawa Indians.

Jones, William K.

Notes on the history and material culture of the Tonkawa Indians.

by Jones, William K.

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Published by Smithsonian Press in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tonkawa (Tribe).

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSmithsonian contributions to anthropology -- vol. 2, no. 5
    ContributionsSmithsonian Institution.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19455928M

    The Tonkawa belong to the Tonkawan linguistic family, that was once composed of a number of small sub-tribes that lived in a region that extended west from south central Texas and western Oklahoma to eastern New Mexico. The Tonkawa had a distinct language, and their name, as that of the leading tribe, was applied to their linguistic family. The Indians’ Book: An Offering by the American Indians of Indian Lore, Musical and Narrative, to Form a Record of the Songs and Legends of their Race Curtis, Natalie, ed. Harper Dewey Dec. A treasury of Indian lore, with interesting drawings and photographs. “The Indians .

    THE CULTURE AND HISTORY OF THE TONKAWA INDIANS Robert A. Hasskarl, Jr. Abstract This descriptive monograph is di vided into 2 major sections, culture and history. The first section is organized under the sub-topics: Cultural affiliation, linguistic affiliation, economy, appearance, housing, weapons, cannibalism, war fare, and social. The Caddo Indians: Tribes at the Convergence of Empires, – College Station: Texas A&M Press, ISBN ; Swanton, John R. "Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo Indians." Bureau of American Ethnology. Bulletin .

    Handicrafts: Some additional items of Tonkawa material culture are harnesses and lassos made of bison hides. These include rope made from the tails and manes of horses, as well as rope and coarse cloth manufactured from the inner back of the mulberry tree. He also notes that they wove baskets and grass mats. They also made pots of fired clay. Tonkawa Indians Before the time of the Spanish explorers, Native Americans inhabited the open ranges and woodlands of Texas. One group that made its mark in history is the Tonkawa Indians. These people were thought to have come to Texas as early as the seventeenth century. Tonkawa, a Waco Indian word, means, “they all.


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Notes on the History and Material Culture of the Tonka^wa Indians By William K. Jones One of the litde-known tribes of central Texas was the Tonkawa. Few objects made and used by the Tonkawa are preserved in museum collections, and no description of traditional Tonkawa material culture, based upon a study of actual specimens, has appeared.

Notes on the history and material culture of the Tonkawa Indians. Washington, Smithsonian Press; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: William Kirkland Jones.

Notes on the History and Material Culture of the Tonkawa Indians (Texas) Unknown Binding – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(1). Get this from a library. Notes on history and material culture of Tonkawa Indians [with list of literature cited].

[William K Jones; United States National Museum.]. Sources are the raw material of history, but where the written word has traditionally been seen as the principal source, today historians are increasingly recognizing the value of sources beyond text. In History and Material Culture, Karen Harvey embarks upon a discussion about material culture – considering objects, often those.

The Tonkawa are a Native American tribe indigenous to present-day once spoke the now-extinct Tonkawa language, a languagemany descendants are enrolled in the federally recognized Tonkawa Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma.

In the sixteenth century, the Tonkawa tribe probably had around 1, members with their numbers diminishing to around 1, by the late.

Notes on the History and Material Culture of the Tonkawa Indians. Login. Of the sixty-two Tonkawa Indians on the tribal rolls inonly three individuals were believed to be fullblood Tonkawa. (Swanton,p. ; Hasskarl,p. Jones, William K.

Notes on the History and Material Culture of the Tonkawa Indians. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology. Volume 2, Number 5, page Washington, Smithsonian Press. The culture of the Tonkawa is compiled in these pages.

We tend to sanitize American Indian history. The Tonkawa were bad folk, fer sure. (The best source is the Smithsonian Anthropology V.2 N. 5, "Notes on the Historical and Material Culture of the Tonkawa Indians") Cannibalism As American settlers pushed west into the Great Plains, they drove the Plains Indians east and south into Texas.

Material Culture: Notes on the History and Material Culture of the Tonkawa Indians. WILLIAM K. JONES JR. NEWCOMB. Texas Memorial Museum. Search for more papers by this author. NEWCOMB.

Texas Memorial Museum. Search for. TONKAWA INDIANS. The Tonkawa Indians were actually a group of independent bands, the Tonkawas proper, the Mayeyes, and a number of smaller groups that may have included the Cava, Cantona, Emet, Sana, Toho, and Tohaha Indians.

The remnants of these tribes united in the early eighteenth century in the region of Central Texas. The Tonkawa People: A Tribal History from Earliest Times to by Deborah Newlin. This is the best book I know of on the Tonkawa.

This is the Journal of the West Texas Museum Association at Texas Tech University. The whole journal is devoted to the Tonkawa book. It is well written at a level for ordinary people. It is now out of print. "The Culture and History of the Tonkawa Indians." Plains Anthropologist Jones, William K.

Notes on the History and Material Culture of the Tonkawa Indians. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, 2(5). Washington, D.C. Newcomb, William W., Jr. The Indians of Texas from Prehistoric to Modern Times. "History of Modern India" topic as a part of History is a very important section as far as the Syllabus of any competitive examination is possible, especially Civil Services exams.

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The authors introduce key forces and major developments that together form the American experience, with particular. you certainly research historical subjects, like the tonkawa indians, without a hint of political correctness, or slanting to make a conclusion you want, such as all indians were.

some very complimentary, and sacred, goodness, when out of tribes there was diversity of lanquages, and cutural items such as laws, how women were treated, and warfare was pursued. thanks and i’ll be. Tonkawa Indian Legends This is our collection of links to Tonkawa folktales and traditional stories that can be read online.

We have indexed our American legend section by tribe to make them easier to locate ; however, variants on the same legend are often told by American Indians from different tribes, especially if those tribes are kinfolk or.

Tonkawa, North American Indian tribe of what is now south-central Texas. Their language is considered by some to belong to the Coahuiltecan family and by others to be a distinct linguistic stock in the Macro-Algonquian phylum.

Satellite groups of the Tonkawa included the Ervipiame, Mayeye, and. Author(s): Jones,William K Title(s): Notes on the history and material culture of the Tonkawa Indians. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington, Smithsonian Press; [for sale by the Supt.

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William Kirkland Jones, Notes on the History and Material Culture of the Tonkawa Indians (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, ) Thomas W. Kavanagh, The Comanches: A History (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, ) Sharon Malinowski, ed. The Gale Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes (Detroit: Gale, ).Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma The Tonkawan tribal reserve is located in Kay County Oklahoma and is headquartered on the west bank of the Chikiaskia River just southeast of the town of Tonkawa.

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