Walam olum; or, Red score, the migration legend of the Lenni Lenape or Delaware Indians. A new translation, interpreted by linguistic, historical, archaeological, ethnological, and physical anthropological studies.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Garrett Public Library||PB 970.1 IND (Text)||30010000102106||Nonfiction||Available||-|
- Physical Description: xiv, 379 p. col. ports., col. maps, facsims. 29 cm.
- Publisher: Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Society, 1954.
|General Note:|| Maps on lining papers.
Includes facsim, reproduction of the Rafinesque ms. of the Walam olum in the Brinton Memorial Library in the Museum of the University of Pennsylvania.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographies.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Introduction.--Walam olum: Pictographs and Lenape text, after C. Rafinesque. Translation, by C.F. Voegelin. Interpretation of the pictographs, by E. Lilly. Ethnological observations, by E. Voegelin.--Validity of translations of the Walam olum, by C.F. Voegelin and J.E. Pierce.--Pictograph concordance with bibliography, by E. Lilly.--History of the Walam olum manuscript and painted records, by P. Weer.--Speculations on the chronology of the Walam olum and migration of the Lenape, by E. Lilly.--Parallels to the Delaware Walam olum, by E.W. Voegelin.--An archaeological consideration of the Walam olum, by G.A. Black.--The Walam olum in light of physical anthropological data on the Lenape, by G.K. Neumann.--Additional Walam olum references, compiled by F. Weer.
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