Assignment for October 17

stewartRead pages 319-336 of Peyote Religion; come prepared to outline each chapter/section and to discuss passages you find interesting:

Chapter 12. Recent Developments

Peyote Today

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Assignment for October 15

stewartRead pages 293-317 of Peyote Religion and selected excerpts from Walking Thunder: Diné Medicine Woman; come prepared to outline each chapter/section and to discuss passages you find interesting:

Chapter 11. The Navajo

Walking Thunder: Diné Medicine Woman

Early Memories of Traditional Medicine
The Medicine Way

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Assignment for October 10

stewartRead pages 265-292 of Peyote Religion; come prepared to outline each chapter/section and to discuss passages you find interesting:

Chapter 10. The Development of Peyotism in the Far West

Gosiute, Western Shoshone
Washo, Northern Paiute
Southern Paiute

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Assignment for October 8

stewartRead pages 239-264 of Peyote Religion; come prepared to outline each chapter/section and to discuss passages you find interesting:

Chapter 9. An International Church and the Further Spread of Peyotism on the High Plains

Bannock and Shoshone
Cree, Chippewa, Blackfoot, Assiniboine
Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara
Chippewa, Sioux, Blackfoot, Cree

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Assignment for October 3

stewartRead pages 211-238 of Peyote Religion; come prepared to outline each chapter/section and to discuss passages you find interesting:

Chapter 8. Efforts to Pass a Federal Law

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Assignment for October 1

stewartRead pages 183-209 of Peyote Religion; come prepared to outline each chapter/section and to discuss passages you find interesting:

Chapter 7. The Spread of Peyotism Beyond Oklahoma (cont.)

Northern Cheyenne, Crow
Northern Arapaho, Wind River Shoshone
Ute, Taos

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Assignment for September 26

stewartRead pages 162-182, 376-387 of Peyote Religion; come prepared to outline each chapter/section and to discuss passages you find interesting:

Chapter 7. The Spread of Peyotism Beyond Oklahoma (cont.)

Omaha, Kansas Tribes, Fox
Menominee, Chippewa
Northern Ponca, Sioux

Appendix B. Program of the Native American Church State Convention

Appendix C. Church Canons for the Native American Church of South Dakota

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Assignment for September 24

stewartRead pages 128-162 of Peyote Religion and selected excerpts from Mountain Wolf Woman; come prepared to outline each chapter/section and to discuss passages you find interesting:

Chapter 6. Early Efforts to Suppress Peyote

Chapter 7. The Spread of Peyotism Beyond Oklahoma

Winnebago

Mountain Wolf Woman, Sister of Crashing Thunder: The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian

Foreword
Preface
Conversion to Peyote
Appendix A
Appendix B

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Assignment for September 19

stewartRead pages 97-127 of Peyote Religion; come prepared to outline each chapter/section and to discuss passages you find interesting:

Chapter 5. The Spread of Peyote in Indian Territory

Southern Cheyenne, Southern Arapaho
Osage, Quapaw, Seneca
Ponca, Kaw, Tonkawa, Oto
Pawnee, Sac and Fox, Iowa, Kickapoo, Shawnee

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Assignment for September 17

stewartRead pages 68-96 of Peyote Religion and selected excerpts from Sanapia; come prepared to outline each chapter/section and to discuss passages you find interesting:

Chapter 4. The Kiowa-Comanche Agency, Locus of Peyotism and the Two Ceremonies

Comanche, Kiowa, Kiowa-Apache
Caddo, Wichita, Delaware

Sanapia: Comanche Medicine Woman

Introduction
Sanapia, 1895-1968
Treatment of Ghost Sickness

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