Calendar history of the Kiowa Indians. (1898 N 17 / 1895-1896 (pages 129-444))
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Calendar history of the Kiowa Indians. (1898 N 17 / 1895-1896 (pages 129-444))

By James Mooney
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  • CALENDAR HISTORY OF THE KIOWA INDIANS BY JAMES MOONEY
  • CONTENTS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • INTRODUCTION
    • AGE OF ABORIGINAL AMERICAN RECORDS
    • ABORIGINAL AMERICAN CALENDARS
    • THE WALAM OLUM OF THE DELAWARES
    • THE DAKOTA CALENDARS
    • OTHER TRIBAL RECORDS
    • THE KIOWA CALENDARS
      • THE ANNUAL CALENDARS OF DOHÁSÄN, POLÄÑ´YI-KATÓN, SET-T'AN, AND ANKO
      • THE ANKO MONTHLY CALENDAR
    • THE ANNUAL CALENDARS OF DOHÁSÄN, POLÄÑ´YI-KATÓN, SET-T'AN, AND ANKO
    • THE ANKO MONTHLY CALENDAR
    • COMPARATIVE IMPORTANCE OF EVENTS RECORDED
    • METHOD OF FIXING DATES
    • SCOPE OF THE MEMOIR
    • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • SKETCH OF THE KIOWA TRIBE
    • TRIBAL SYNONYMY
    • TRIBAL SIGN
    • LINGUISTIC AFFINITY
    • TRIBAL NAMES
    • GENESIS AND MIGRATION
    • EARLY ALLIANCE WITH THE CROWS
    • THE ASSOCIATED KIOWA APACHE
    • THE HISTORICAL PERIOD
      • POSSESSION OF THE BLACK HILLS
      • THE EXTINCT K'ÚATO
      • INTERCOURSE WITH THE ARIKARA, MANDAN, AND HIDATSA
      • RECOLLECTIONS OF OTHER NORTHERN TRIBES
      • ACQUIREMENT OF HORSES
      • INTERCOURSE AND WAR WITH THE COMANCHE
      • PEACE WITH THE COMANCHE
      • CONFEDERATION OF THE TWO TRIBES
      • NEUTRAL ATTITUDE OF NEW MEXICANS
      • RELATIONS WITH OTHER SOUTHERN TRIBES
      • FIRST OFFICIAL AMERICAN NOTICES, 1805—1807
      • EXPLANATION OF "ALIATAN" AND "TETAU"
      • UNSUCCESSFUL OVERTURES OF THE DAKOTA
      • SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC OF 1816
      • THE KIOWA IN 1820
      • THE OSAGE MASSACRE AND THE DRAGOON EXPEDITION—1833—34
      • THE TREATY OF 1837
      • CATLIN'S OBSERVATIONS IN 1834
      • TRADERS AMONG THE KIOWA
      • FIRST VISIT TO FORT GIBSON
      • SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC OF 1839—40—PEACE WITH THE CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHO
      • TEXAN SANTA FÉ EXPEDITION
      • CHOLERA EPIDEMIC OF 1849
      • FORT ATKINSON TREATY IN 1853
      • DEPREDATIONS IN MEXICO—MEXICAN CAPTIVES
      • DEFEAT OF ALLIED TRIBES BY SAUK AND FOX, 1854
      • HOSTILE DRIFT OF THE KIOWA
      • DEFIANT SPEECH OF DOHÁSÄN
      • SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC OF 1861—62
      • INDIAN WAR ON THE PLAINS, 1864
      • VACCINATION AMONG THE PLAINS TRIBES—SET-T'AIÑTE
      • THE LITTLE ARKANSAS TREATY IN 1865
      • DEATH OF DOHÁSÄN
      • KIOWA RAIDS CONTINUED
      • THE TREATY OF MEDICINE LODGE, 1867, AND ITS RESULTS
      • RENEWED HOSTILITIES
      • BATTLE OF THE WASHITA—REMOVAL TO THE RESERVATION
      • FURTHER INSOLENCE OF THE KIOWA—RAIDS INTO TEXAS
      • INTERTRIBAL PEACE COUNCIL, 1872
      • JOINT DELEGATION TO WASHINGTON, 1872
      • THOMAS C. BATTEY, FIRST TEACHER AMONG THE KIOWA, 1872
      • REPORT OF CAPTAIN ALVORD
      • RELEASE OF SET-T'AIÑTE AND BIG-TREE, 1873
      • HAWORTH'S ADMINISTRATION—1873—78
      • FIRST SCHOOL ESTABLISHED BY BATTEY
      • THE OUTBREAK OF 1874—75
      • PROPOSITION TO DEPORT HOSTILE TRIBES
      • KICKING-BIRD
      • CHANGED CONDITIONS
      • EPIDEMICS OF MEASLES AND FEVER IN 1877—FIRST HOUSES BUILT
      • AGENCY REMOVED TO ANADARKO—THE LAST OF THE BUFFALO
      • THREATENED OUTBREAK INSTIGATED BY DÁTEKÂÑ
      • EPIDEMIC OF 1882—BEGINNING OF CHURCH WORK
      • LEASING OF GRASS LANDS
      • PÁ-IÑGYA, THE MEDICINE-MAN AND PROPHET
      • INDIAN COURT ESTABLISHED
      • INTERTRIBAL COUNCIL OF 1888
      • DEATH OF SUN-BOY—THE LAST SUN DANCE
      • GHOST DANCE INAUGURATED—ÄPIATAÑ'S JOURNEY IN 1890
      • ENLISTMENT OF INDIANS AS SOLDIERS
      • MEASLES EPIDEMIC OF 1892—GRASS LANDS LEASED
      • COMMISSION FOR ALLOTMENT OF LANDS—PROTEST AGAINST DECISION
      • PRESENT CONDITION—AGENTS IN CHARGE OF CONFEDERATE TRIBES
      • SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS
    • POSSESSION OF THE BLACK HILLS
    • THE EXTINCT K'ÚATO
    • INTERCOURSE WITH THE ARIKARA, MANDAN, AND HIDATSA
    • RECOLLECTIONS OF OTHER NORTHERN TRIBES
    • ACQUIREMENT OF HORSES
    • INTERCOURSE AND WAR WITH THE COMANCHE
    • PEACE WITH THE COMANCHE
    • CONFEDERATION OF THE TWO TRIBES
    • NEUTRAL ATTITUDE OF NEW MEXICANS
    • RELATIONS WITH OTHER SOUTHERN TRIBES
    • FIRST OFFICIAL AMERICAN NOTICES, 1805—1807
    • EXPLANATION OF "ALIATAN" AND "TETAU"
    • UNSUCCESSFUL OVERTURES OF THE DAKOTA
    • SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC OF 1816
    • THE KIOWA IN 1820
    • THE OSAGE MASSACRE AND THE DRAGOON EXPEDITION—1833—34
    • THE TREATY OF 1837
    • CATLIN'S OBSERVATIONS IN 1834
    • TRADERS AMONG THE KIOWA
    • FIRST VISIT TO FORT GIBSON
    • SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC OF 1839—40—PEACE WITH THE CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHO
    • TEXAN SANTA FÉ EXPEDITION
    • CHOLERA EPIDEMIC OF 1849
    • FORT ATKINSON TREATY IN 1853
    • DEPREDATIONS IN MEXICO—MEXICAN CAPTIVES
    • DEFEAT OF ALLIED TRIBES BY SAUK AND FOX, 1854
    • HOSTILE DRIFT OF THE KIOWA
    • DEFIANT SPEECH OF DOHÁSÄN
    • SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC OF 1861—62
    • INDIAN WAR ON THE PLAINS, 1864
    • VACCINATION AMONG THE PLAINS TRIBES—SET-T'AIÑTE
    • THE LITTLE ARKANSAS TREATY IN 1865
    • DEATH OF DOHÁSÄN
    • KIOWA RAIDS CONTINUED
    • THE TREATY OF MEDICINE LODGE, 1867, AND ITS RESULTS
    • RENEWED HOSTILITIES
    • BATTLE OF THE WASHITA—REMOVAL TO THE RESERVATION
    • FURTHER INSOLENCE OF THE KIOWA—RAIDS INTO TEXAS
    • INTERTRIBAL PEACE COUNCIL, 1872
    • JOINT DELEGATION TO WASHINGTON, 1872
    • THOMAS C. BATTEY, FIRST TEACHER AMONG THE KIOWA, 1872
    • REPORT OF CAPTAIN ALVORD
    • RELEASE OF SET-T'AIÑTE AND BIG-TREE, 1873
    • HAWORTH'S ADMINISTRATION—1873—78
    • FIRST SCHOOL ESTABLISHED BY BATTEY
    • THE OUTBREAK OF 1874—75
    • PROPOSITION TO DEPORT HOSTILE TRIBES
    • KICKING-BIRD
    • CHANGED CONDITIONS
    • EPIDEMICS OF MEASLES AND FEVER IN 1877—FIRST HOUSES BUILT
    • AGENCY REMOVED TO ANADARKO—THE LAST OF THE BUFFALO
    • THREATENED OUTBREAK INSTIGATED BY DÁTEKÂÑ
    • EPIDEMIC OF 1882—BEGINNING OF CHURCH WORK
    • LEASING OF GRASS LANDS
    • PÁ-IÑGYA, THE MEDICINE-MAN AND PROPHET
    • INDIAN COURT ESTABLISHED
    • INTERTRIBAL COUNCIL OF 1888
    • DEATH OF SUN-BOY—THE LAST SUN DANCE
    • GHOST DANCE INAUGURATED—ÄPIATAÑ'S JOURNEY IN 1890
    • ENLISTMENT OF INDIANS AS SOLDIERS
    • MEASLES EPIDEMIC OF 1892—GRASS LANDS LEASED
    • COMMISSION FOR ALLOTMENT OF LANDS—PROTEST AGAINST DECISION
    • PRESENT CONDITION—AGENTS IN CHARGE OF CONFEDERATE TRIBES
    • SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS
    • SOCIOLOGY OF THE KIOWA
      • ABSENCE OF THE CLAN SYSTEM
      • LOCAL DIVISIONS
      • SUBTRIBES
      • THE CAMP CIRCLE
      • MILITARY ORGANIZATION—YÄ`´PÄHE WARRIORS
      • HERALDIC SYSTEM
      • NAME SYSTEM
      • MARRIAGE
      • TRIBAL GOVERNMENT
      • CHARACTER
      • POPULATION
    • ABSENCE OF THE CLAN SYSTEM
    • LOCAL DIVISIONS
    • SUBTRIBES
    • THE CAMP CIRCLE
    • MILITARY ORGANIZATION—YÄ`´PÄHE WARRIORS
    • HERALDIC SYSTEM
    • NAME SYSTEM
    • MARRIAGE
    • TRIBAL GOVERNMENT
    • CHARACTER
    • POPULATION
    • RELIGION OF THE KIOWA
      • SCOPE OF THEIR BELIEF
      • THE SUN
      • OBJECTS OF RELIGIOUS VENERATION
      • TRIBAL MEDICINES OF OTHER INDIANS
      • THE SUN DANCE
    • SCOPE OF THEIR BELIEF
    • THE SUN
    • OBJECTS OF RELIGIOUS VENERATION
    • TRIBAL MEDICINES OF OTHER INDIANS
    • THE SUN DANCE
  • THE NADIISHA-DENA OR KIOWA APACHE
    • TRIBAL SYNONYMY
    • TRIBAL SIGN
    • ORIGIN AND HISTORY
    • FIRST OFFICIAL AMERICAN NOTICE
    • TREATIES
    • DELEGATION TO WASHINGTON, 1872—FRIENDLY DISPOSITION
    • PROGRESS TOWARD CIVILIZATION—DEATH OF PACER, 1875
    • RECENT HISTORY AND PRESENT CONDITION
    • POPULATION
  • THE ANNUAL CALENDARS, 1833—1892
    • WINTER 1832—33
    • SUMMER 1833
    • WINTER 1833—34
    • SUMMER 1834
    • WINTER 1834—35
    • SUMMER 1835
    • WINTER 1835—36
    • SUMMER 1836
    • WINTER 1836—37
    • SUMMER 1837
    • WINTER 1837—38
    • SUMMER 1838
    • WINTER 1838—39
    • SUMMER 1839
    • WINTER 1839—40
    • SUMMER 1840
    • WINTER 1840—41
    • SUMMER 1841
    • WINTER 1841—42
    • SUMMER 1842
    • WINTER 1842—43
    • SUMMER 1843
    • WINTER 1843—44
    • SUMMER 1844
    • WINTER 1844—45
    • SUMMER 1845
    • WINTER 1845—46
    • SUMMER 1846
    • WINTER 1846—47
    • SUMMER 1847
    • WINTER 1847—48
    • SUMMER 1848
    • WINTER 1848—49
    • SUMMER, 1849
    • WINTER 1849—50
    • SUMMER 1850
    • WINTER 1850-51
    • SUMMER 1851
    • WINTER 1851—52
    • SUMMER 1852
    • WINTER 1852—53
    • SUMMER 1853
    • WINTER 1853—54
    • SUMMER 1854
    • WINTER 1854—55
    • SUMMER 1855
    • WINTER 1855—56
    • SUMMER 1856
    • WINTER 1856—57
    • SUMMER 1857
    • WINTER 1857—58
    • SUMMER 1858
    • WINTER 1858—59
    • SUMMER 1859
    • WINTER 1859—60
    • SUMMER 1860
    • WINTER 1860—61
    • SUMMER 1861
    • WINTER 1861—62
    • SUMMER 1862
    • WINTER 1862—63
    • SUMMER 1863
    • WINTER 1863—64
    • SUMMER 1864
    • WINTER, 1864—65
    • SUMMER 1865
    • WINTER 1865—66
    • SUMMER 1866
    • WINTER 1866—67
    • SUMMER 1867
    • WINTER 1867—68
    • SUMMER 1868
    • WINTER 1868—69
    • SUMMER 1869
    • WINTER 1869—70
    • SUMMER 1870
    • WINTER 1870—71
    • SUMMER 1871
    • WINTER 1871—72 (1872—73)
    • SUMMER 1872
    • WINTER 1872—73
    • SUMMER 1873
    • WINTER 1873—74
    • SUMMER 1874
    • WINTER 1874—75
    • SUMMER 1875
    • WINTER 1875—76
    • SUMMER 1876
    • WINTER 1876—77
    • SUMMER 1877
    • WINTER 1877—78
    • SUMMER 1878
    • WINTER 1878—79
    • SUMMER 1879
    • WINTER 1879—80
    • SUMMER 1880
    • WINTER 1880—81
    • SUMMER 1881
    • WINTER 1881—82
    • SUMMER 1882
    • WINTER 1882—83
    • SUMMER 1883
    • WINTER 1883—84
    • SUMMER 1884
    • WINTER 1884—85
    • SUMMER 1885
    • WINTER 1885—86
    • SUMMER 1886
    • WINTER 1886—87
    • SUMMER 1887
    • WINTER 1887—88
    • SUMMER 1888
    • WINTER 1888—89
    • SUMMER 1889
    • WINTER 1889—90
    • SUMMER 1890
    • WINTER 1890—91
    • SUMMER, 1891
    • WINTER 1891—92
    • SUMMER 1892
  • KIOWA CHRONOLOGY
    • TERMS EMPLOYED
    • THE SEASONS
    • KIOWA MOONS OR MONTHS
    • MOONS OR MONTHS OF OTHER TRIBES
  • THE ANKO MONTHLY CALENDAR (August, 1889—July, 1893.)
  • MILITARY AND TRADING POSTS, MISSIONS, ETC, WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE ACCOMPANYING MAP
  • THE KIOWA LANGUAGE
    • CHARACTERISTICS
    • KIOWA-ENGLISH GLOSSARY
    • ENGLISH-KIOWA GLOSSARY3
  • AUTHORITIES CITED
  • ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS
  • INDEX
  • FOOTNOTES
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