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Antelope Boy
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 91], Folder 16. Southwest Notes) (1924) , 1 page(s)
A typed page with minor written additions contains a brief summary of a myth theme, possibly common to several tribes, of a lost baby boy found and raised by antelope, then later reunited with his family. The rest of the page is filled with an incomplete recounting of the Zuni version of the story. The synopsis in...
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 91], Folder 16. Southwest Notes) (1924) , 1 page(s)
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Antelope Boy
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 85], Folder 1. Zuñi Notes) (1925) , 2 page(s)
Two undated half-pages, typed and hand-written, headed "Antelope Boy" contain references from Gunn, Lummis, Gatchet, et al. to a common myth figure - an abandoned boy adopted by Antelope - as told by tribes including the Zuni and the Hopi.
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 85], Folder 1. Zuñi Notes) (1925) , 2 page(s)
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Antelope Boy/Deserted Children
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
Handwritten notes cite

Charles F. Lummis, 'Pueblo Indian Folk-Stories,' p. 12 - Isleta: Infant boy, father killed, mother pursued, adopted by Antelope via Coyote, v. footrace.

Laguna, Boas [no specific citation]: Awl Man - Infant boy abandoned by mother, reared by blind woman. Old woman names birds and mountains,...

in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
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Anthrop. Pap.
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
Handwritten reads 'Is it plot?? Underground to monster.' A reference to Northern Shoshone Vol. 2 is partially struck through. Cites James Teit, 'Traditions of the Lillooet Indians of British Columbia' in 'Journal of American Folklore,' Vol. 25, p. 308, on 'Bear and Deer'; also cites Teit, 'Memoirs of the American...
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
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Anthropology - The Radical's Science
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 2 page(s)
Handwritten draft of a statement [possibly essay or lecture] on anthropology as a science. Many passages struck through. Undated.
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 2 page(s)
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Anti-lynching Campaigns, 1890-1942: Teaching strategy
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(Binghamton, NY: State University of New York, Binghamton, 2001, originally published 2001),
Source: documents.alexanderstreet.com
(Binghamton, NY: State University of New York, Binghamton, 2001, originally published 2001),
Source: documents.alexanderstreet.com
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Antr.Tales not in Puebloan
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 95]: American Indian Mythology Field Notes) (1935) , 1 page(s)
Brief, handwritten, undated research notes on a piece of cardstock titled "Antr. Tales not in puebloan." Noted: Tales, pueblos, shoots, Jic [Jicarilla].
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 95]: American Indian Mythology Field Notes) (1935) , 1 page(s)
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Anus trick
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 95]: American Indian Mythology Field Notes) (1935) , 1 page(s)
Typed notes on a lined note card entitled, 'Anus trick.' Note card tells the story of the folklore of Buzzard dropping Trickster into a hollow tree. Trickster than tricks women to get him by pretending to be a porcupine, the women then cut down the tree. Trickster then pretends to be dead, and catches Buzzard in t...
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 95]: American Indian Mythology Field Notes) (1935) , 1 page(s)
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Apache
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Date: Unknown. Typewritten field notes about Apache, scalp dance, adultery and the punishments for committing adultery, the joking relationship, siblings.
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Are Conflicts in the 21st Century Mainly Identity-based?
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(Latest Thinking), 17 mins
The 20th Century has been marked by a return to ethnic and religious affiliations and identifications which continue to be in the foreground of political discourse. The rise of religious groups is represented by the media as a turbulent phenomenon, which spikes new conflicts globally. These representations of coll...
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