Eastern Cherokee Indians Genealogy


Eastern Cherokee Indians Genealogy

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<img © AP6.0 DON'T FORGET TO CHECK OUR store!!! NEW (AND OLD) STOCK LISTED OFTEN!!! Title: The Eastern Cherokees Author: W. H.Gilbert Originally published in Washington DC
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CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

Description of the present society

The Environmental frame

General factors

Location

Climatic factors

Inorganic elements

Flora and fauna

Ecology of the Cherokees

The somatic basis

History of our knowledge of Cherokee somatology

blood admixture

Present-day physical type

Censuses of numbers and pedigrees

Cultural backgrounds

SouthEastern traits

Cultural approach

Present-day Qualla

Social units

The town

The household

The clan

Economic units

Political units

The kinship system

Principal terms used

Morgan's System

Kinship distinctions

Lineages

Preferential mating

Familiarity and respect

Kinship behavior of pairs

General social features

Birth and childhood

Marriage and adulthood

Sickness and death

The dance

Specific dances

The ball game

Other games

Entegration of the present society

The functions of the present-day traits

Functioning of the family

Functioning of the clan

Ftinctioning of the dances

Functions of the kinship usages

Social sanctions

Magical formulas or prayers

Integration of the present society—Continued.

The functions of the present-day traits—Continued

Functions of the formulas

Love formulas

Disease formulas

Other formulas

Mythology and its function

Summary of the present-day culture

Social opposition

Social solidarity and reciprocity

Social integration

The former society

Introduction

Theories of origins

Early historical records

Payne-Butrick Manuscripts data

The white organization

Officials

Major ceremonies

Ceremonial procedures

Yearly cycles

Ball play

Marriage

Education

Treatment of disease

Mythology and beliefs

Sacredness and uncleannesses

The red organization

Officials

War procedure

Military tactics

Return from war

Other war features

Structure and function of the former society

Alternation of war and peace

Symbolism of the ceremonies—social cohesion

Social change

The evidence of change

Economic change

Political change

Ceremonial change

Major trends

Conclusion

Appendix A. Chronologically arranged data summary on Cherokees

Appendix B. Outline of Cherokee culture

Appendix C. Material culture of the Cherokees

Appendix D. Cultural traits of the Cherokee ( Payne )

Bibliography

ILLUSTRATIONS PLATES

13. 1, Cherokee terrain 2, Cherokee eagle dance

14. 1, Cherokee ball game, tackle. 2, Cherokee ball game, intermission

15. 1, Cherokee ball game, foul. 2, Wilhvesti's artifacts

16. 1, John Driver family. 2, Four women of Big Cove

17. 1, Sampson Owl, ex-chief and interpreter.

2, Sampson Ledford, informant, Graham County

FIGURES

36. The Cherokee settlements, 1762-76 (map)

37. The Cherokee settlements, 1825-30 (map)

38. The Cherokee Indian Reservation, N. C, 1937 (map)

39. Diagram of the spheres of tribal activity

40. Western Cherokee kinship: Male ego (after Morgan)

41. Cherokee kinship consanguines: Male ego

42. Cherokee kinship consanguines: Female ego

43. Cherokee kinship affinities

44. Eastern Cherokee kinship consanguines: Male ego (after Morgan)

45. Eastern Cherokee kinship consanguines: Female ego (after Morgan)

46. Eastern Cherokee kinship affinities (after Morgan)

47. Western Cherokee kinship consanguines: Male ego (after Morgan)

48. Western Cherokee kinship consanguines: Female ego (after Morgan)

49. Western Cherokee kinship affinities (after Morgan)

50. Father's matrilineal line

51. Mother's matrilineal line

52. Mother's father's matrilineal line

53. Father's father's matrilineal line

54. Balance of marriage exchanges between clans

55. Seating in the Cherokee Council House (diagram)

TABLES

1. Clan names of the Cherokees

2. Survey of clan affiliations of family heads of Eastern Cherokee households

3. Representative numbers of the members of the various clans among

family heads in each town

4. Comparative table of kinship terms of the Cherokee

5. Dances of the Cherokee

6. Cherokee kinship

7. Elements in Cherokee myths

8. Principles of Cherokee social organization

9. Culture changes as gleaned from comparison of Cherokee omens in

1836 and 1932


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