Published July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Witter Bynner (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
Get this from a library! Indian stories from the Pueblos. [Frank G Applegate] -- A collection of stories written by an artist who lived among the Pueblo Indians draws on nineteenth- and twentieth-century accounts of Native American life, customs, and folklore. Very few examples of Native American primary documents exist today; but due to an increasing interest in Indians during the late nineteenth and early 20th centuries, some men actually went to live and attempt to objectively chronicle tribal life. This collection of stories is comprised of older Pueblo tales, as well as stories from , the time Frank Applegate was with the Pueblos. Pages: Indian Stories from the Pueblos is a combination of tales of early Pueblo days and stories from , when the book was first published. They were written by Frank Applegate, a New Mexican artist who lived among the ns beautiful illustrations from original Pueblo Indian paintings and a foreword by Witter : Frank G. Applegate. In these stories, you discover why Kachinas wear feathers, how Tihkuyi created the game animals, why the war chiefs abandoned latiku, how the rattlesnakes came to be what they are and other events from the past. This book makes an ideal companion to Coyote Tales from the Indian Pueblos, also published by Sunstone Press/4(3).
Pueblo Indian Folk-Stories By Charles Lummis To convalesce, he moved to New Mexico, where he embedded himself in Pueblo culture and collected the stories in this book. This was originally published as The Man Who Married the Moon in , and revised and enlarged as the present text in Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Indian stories from the Pueblos by Frank G. Applegate, , Applewood Books edition, in EnglishCited by: 2. Buy a cheap copy of Indian stories from the Pueblos (A Rio book by Frank G. Applegate. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed Free shipping over $ Let your kids experience the levitra approved pharmacy age-old tradition of hearing stories while gathered in a cozy circle around the fire. Every Saturday a storyteller will weave a different Pueblo tale, after which our own education team will guide the little ones in .
pm & pm, IPCC Pueblo House. Join fellow book-lovers in our monthly discussion of literature related to the Pueblo experience. In May we’ll explore the classic Storyteller by writer Leslie Marmon Silko, who created the collection by weaving together family photographs, short stories, and poetry influenced by the rich storytelling tradition of her home, the Pueblo of best . The architecture of the Pueblo houses is quaint and characteristic. In the remote pueblos they are as many as six stories in height--built somewhat in the shape of an enormous terraced pyramid. The Pueblos along the Rio Grande however, have felt the influence of Mexican customs, and their houses have but one and two stories. Indian Stories from the Pueblos by Frank G. Applegate, hardback book, c. Rio Grande Press. on INDIAN STORIES FROM THE PUEBLOS. By Frank G. Applegate with Foreword by Witter Bynner. Illustrations from Original Pueblo Indian Paintings. First edition published by J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, This Rio Grande Press printing was published in Hardback, pages, illustrated.