|Statement||by Omer C. Stewart and David F. Aberle ; with a foreword by Richard Evans Schultes.|
|Series||Anthropological papers / University of Utah ;, no. 108 (1984), Anthropological papers (Salt Lake City, Utah) ;, no. 108.|
|Contributions||Aberle, David Friend, 1918-|
|LC Classifications||E78.W5 S72 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||84622503|
Today it is practiced by thousands upon thousands of American Indians throughout the West. Long a subject of controversy, peyotism has become a unifying influence in Indian life, providing the basis for ceremonies, friendships, social Brand: Omer C Stewart. For decades, readers on peyotism have enjoyed Weston La Barre's fascinating original study, which began when the author at age twenty-four, studied the rites of Native American tribes using Lophophora williamsii, the small, spineless, carrot-shaped peyote cactus growing in the Rio Grande Valley and Southward.5/5(1). University of Oklahoma Press, - Religion - pages. 1 Review. In this definitive work-a product of more than half a century of research and close observation-the 5/5(1). Describes the peyote plant, the birth of peyotism in western Oklahoma, its spread from Indian Territory to Mexico, the High Plains, and the Far West, its role among such tribes as the Comanche, Kiowa, Kiowa-Apache, Caddo, Wichita, Delaware, and Navajo Indians, its conflicts with the law, and the history of the Native American Church.
Peyote is a sacred entheogenic and endangered plant which has a long and rich religious tradition around it in the Americas. This book is a very well researched guide to the history of peyote use throughout North America -- from it's multicultural use and ceremonies (both white/colonizer and indigenista), to the controversies and racist criminalization by the US Federal government. 4 /5(4). Books are reproduced from scans of the original volumes, quality varies. Returns will not be accepted on these volumes. For international orders, please contact the University of Utah Press at () UUAP Peyotism in the West . The Colorado Historical Society is home to a mother lode of Colorado's literary legends. This compilation of the best of the best in Colorado writing commemorates years of dedication to Colorado's history. *25 essays cover a panorama of people and events from Colorado's distant and recent past. *Features outstanding writing by the best and best-known authors published . This was in part thanks to the publication of The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge, a book by anthropologist Carlos Castaneda that focused on peyotism. The authenticity of the book is now under serious suspicion by most researchers. Still, the book managed to bring thousands of people into the realm of peyotism.
Today it is practiced by thousands upon thousands of American Indians throughout the West. Long a subject of controversy, peyotism has become a unifying influence in Indian life, providing the basis for ceremonies, friendships, social . PEYOTISM IN THE WEST by Stewart, Omer C. & Aberle, David F. Seller Gene W. Baade Books on the West Published Condition Very Good+ Edition First Edition ISBN Item Price $. THE PEYOTE CULT The Peyote Cult by Weston La Barre () is the classic work on peyotism, originating in Weston La Barre's studies of the use Book AnnexMembershipEducatorsGift CardsStores & EventsHelp AllBooksebooksNOOKTextbooksNewsstandTeensKidsToysGames & CollectiblesGift, Home & . "Benjamin R Kracht's new book Religious Revitalization Among the Kiowas: The Ghost Dance, Peyote, and Christianity explores the often-intertwined histories of the Kiowa Ghost Dance, the Native American Church, and indigenous Christianity through the lens of revitalization movements.