North American indigenous warfare and ritual violence



Publisher: University of Arizona Press in Tucson

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Indians of North America -- Warfare,
  • Indians of North America -- Rites and ceremonies,
  • Violence -- North America,
  • Social archaeology -- North America,
  • North America -- Antiquities

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Richard J. Chacon and Rubén G. Mendoza.
ContributionsChacon, Richard J., 1959-, Mendoza, Rubén G.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE98.W2 N67 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23139969M
ISBN 109780816525324
LC Control Number2007011043

In North American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence, it is evidenced that in contrast to revisionist history that tribal warfare was more like football games, recent findings provide more evidence that from antiquity Indians fought each other, that internecine "warfare was ubiquitous; every major culture area of native North America. Endemic warfare is a state of continual or frequent warfare, such as is found in some tribal societies (but is not limited to tribal societies). Ritual fighting (or ritual battle or ritual warfare) permits the display of courage, masculinity and the expression of emotion while resulting in . Book review of Latin American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence. Richard J. Chacon and Rubén G. Mendoza, editors. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, x + pp., illustrations, notes, references, index. ISBN Author: Fernando Santos-Granero. North American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence. Richard J. Chacon and Rubén G. Mendoza. Despite evidence of warfare and violent conflict in pre-Columbian North America, scholars argue that the scale and scope of Native American violence is exagerated.

This article examines ritual violence and torture committed during warfare by native North American women, a subject that presently occupies an ambiguous position in colonial history. Despite numerous primary sources detailing ritualised female violence, the purposes behind it have so far eludedFile Size: KB.   Bishop, Charles A. and Victor P. Lytwyn. “‘Barbarism and Ardour of War from the Tenderest Years’: Cree-Inuit Warfare in the Hudson Bay Region.” In North American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence, edited by Richard J. Chacon and Rubén G. .   North American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence. Richard Chacon and Ruben G Mendoza editors. A series of essays on pre-Colombian warfare by various archaeologists and anthropologists. Each essay covers a different region of North America from . White American males who support President Donald Trump are now, by far, the most oppressed demographic group of people in the United States, as they face an endless barrage of socially-accepted racist and sexist abuse from many on the “tolerant” Left, and on a pretty-much everyday basis these days. And now included in the mix of anti-white Left Cultists perpetuating this oppression are.

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About 40 pages are set aside for references and sources from which the authors draw upon. I can't emphasize enough how important a work like this is.

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The editors argue that a failure to acknowledge the roles of warfare and violence in the lives of indigenous North Americans is itself a vestige of colonial repression—depriving native warriors of their history of armed resistance.

These essays document specific acts of Native American violence across the North American continent. Warfare for the native populations was of a character that was for the most part as foreign from European warfare as you could get.

Warfare was often quite total. The wars that threw the Sioux nations out of the woodlands (with a final battle in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, of all places) was a war upon the entire population.