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Mojave Indian Ethnography & Ethnohistory


Major Sources

Major sources on Mojave ethnography include A. L. Kroeber's 1908, Handbook of the Indians of California (1925), "Seven Mohave Myths" (1948), "More Mohave Myths" (1972); and Lorraine Sherer's "The Clan System of the Mojave Indians: A Contemporary Survey" (1965), and "The Name Mojave, Mohave: A History of Its Origin and Meaning" (1967). Sources on ethnohistory include Sherer (1965) and (1967), and her "Great Chieftains of the Mojave Indians" (1967), and her book, Bitterness Road, The Mojave: 1604 to 1860 (1994); Dennis Casebier's The Mojave Road. Tales of the Mojave Road, No. 5 (1975), A. L. Kroeber's "A Mohave Historical Epic" (1951), A. L. Kroeber and Clifton Kroeber's A Mohave War Reminiscence, 1854-1880 (1973), and Kenneth M. Stewart's paper, "Mohave" in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 10, Southwest (1983).

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