2 edition of historical and ethnological survey of the Cuna Indians found in the catalog.
historical and ethnological survey of the Cuna Indians
|Statement||by Erland Nordenskiöld, in collaboration with the Cuna Indian, Ruben Pérez Kantule; arranged and edited from the posthumous manuscript and notes, and original Indian documents at the Gothenburg ethnographical museum, by Henry Wassén.|
|Series||His Comparative ethnographical studies. 10|
|Contributions||Pérez Kantule, Ruben, 1907-, Wassén, Henry, ed., Frodi, Mary, Mrs., tr.|
|LC Classifications||F2230 .N82 vol. 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 686 p.|
|Number of Pages||686|
|LC Control Number||41014814|
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New York: AMS Press, An historical and ethnological survey of the Cuna Indians by Erland Nordenskiöld, in collaboration with the Cuna Indian, Ruben Pérez Kantule ; arranged and edited from the posthumous manuscript and notes, and original Indian documents at the Gothenburg Ethnographical Museum, by Henry Wassén （Comparative ethnographical studies, 10） Göteborgs museum, Etnografiska avdelningen,  This Survey of Indian History was published originally on the 15th Augustthe date of Indian's independence.
Since then, it has been reprinted nine times within a period of seven years and may, therefore, be said to have achieved the position of a popular favourite, an An historical and ethnological survey of the Cuna Indians by Erland Nordenskiöld, in collaboration with the Cuna Indian, Ruben Pérez Kantule ; arranged and edited from the posthumous manuscript and notes, and original Indian documents at the E.
Nordenskiöld, An Historical and Ethnological Survey of the Cuna Indians (); P.D. Young Ngawbe: Tradition and Change Among the Western Guaymi of Panama () Statsskick och politik: A historical/theoretical perspective». Ethnomusicolog XXI(2): NORDENSJKÖLD Erland,An Historical and Ethnological Survey of the Cuna Indians (in collaboration with the Cuna Indian Ruben Pérez Kantule).
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" An Investigation of Psi Abilities Among the Cuna Indians of Panama. " In Parapsychology and Anthropology: Proceedings of the Parapsychology Fonndation. An historical and ethnological survey found: Wikipedia, viewed March 8, (Nele Kantule; b.
in Putorgandi, in Ustupu Island, Panama; d. ; famous chief and medicine man of the Kuna indigenous tribe of Panama and Colombia; his life was described by Erland Nordenskiöld, in his book on the Kuna: An historical and ethnological survey of the Cuna Indians) - https://en CUNA CACHI A STUDY OF HAMMOCK WEAVING AMONG THE CUNA INDIANS OF THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS Anne M.
Lambert Preface. This study is based on information gained from numerous informants and direct observation while living with the Tule (Cuna An Historical and Ethnological Survey of The Cuna Indians (Goteborg: Etnografiska Museet, ).
Carving wood and creating shamans: an ethnographic account of visual capacity among the Kuna of Panamá. Amazonian Historical Ecologies’, An Historical and Ethnological Survey of the Cuna Indians, Göteborg: Etnografiska Museet. Art and Agency. An Anthropological Theory, Documents (34) S. Henry Wassén printed works a bibliography compiled for his 70th birthday, August 24th, / Sven-Erik Isacsson / [Göteborg]: [s.
n.], CUNA RELIGION CUNA RELIGION. There are perhaps forty thousand Cuna Indians today, living mostly in the San Blas Reserve on Panama's Atlantic coast, with small groups along the interior Bayano and Chucanaque rivers and in three villages in Colombia. The Cuna survived the traumatic but ephemeral Spanish conquest of the Darien Isthmus (modern-day Isthmus of Panama) after /cuna-religion.
Book from the Archaeological Survey of IndiaCentral Archaeological Library, New DelhiBook Number: Book Title: Origins and ethnological significance of NORDENSKIOLD, (Erland), An Historical and Ethnological Survey of the Cuna Indiano, Comparative Ethnographical Studies, 10, Elanders Bok-tryckeri Aktiebolqq Published by Gôteborgs Museum, Etnografiska Avdetnirtgen Gôteborg, Suecia, (Existe reimpresión de AMS Press, New York, )?f=desarrollopdf.
Nele Kantule Iguibilikinya (–) was a famous chief and medicine man of the Kuna indigenous tribe of Panama and Colombia. He was born in Putorgandi, in what is today Ustupu Island, was a leader of the Kuna from early in the twentieth century until his death.
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