By Cheyenne Campfires

Here are the folk tales of the Cheyenne stories of their heroes, their wars, their relationships with supernatural powers as told to George Bird Grinnell during the winter months in Cheyenne tipis Of all the books written about Indians, say Margaret Mead and Ruth L Benzel in The Golden Age of American Anthropology, none comes closer to their everyday life than GrinnHere are the folk tales of the Cheyenne stories of their heroes, their wars, their relationships with supernatural powers as told to George Bird Grinnell during the winter months in Cheyenne tipis Of all the books written about Indians, say Margaret Mead and Ruth L Benzel in The Golden Age of American Anthropology, none comes closer to their everyday life than Grinnell s classic monograph on the Cheyenne Reading it, one can smell the buffalo grass and the wood fires, feel the heavy morning dew on the prairie.
By Cheyenne Campfires Here are the folk tales of the Cheyenne stories of their heroes their wars their relationships with supernatural powers as told to George Bird Grinnell during the winter months in Cheyenne tipis Of

  • Title: By Cheyenne Campfires
  • Author: George Bird Grinnell Omer C. Stewart
  • ISBN: 9780803257467
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback
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