Iroquois Suicide: A Study in the Stability of a Cultural Pattern (Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology, Anthropological Papers, No. 14)

By: Fenton, William N.

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Spine and wrapper edges very faintly toned, faint stain on rear wrapper. 1941 Stapled Binding. CONTENTS: General Information: Introduction - The Problem - Linguistic Evidence - Traditional Methods and Attitudes - The Concept of Allotted Life; Cases: Modern Cases: Type A Cases: Poisonings - Type B Cases: Violent Suicides - Miscellaneous Modern Types - Early Cases: Early Cases of Root Poisoning: Type A - Cicuta Poisonings, 1720-1672 - Huron Cases of Poisoning Prior to 1650 - The Identity of the Poison; Violent Suicides by Stabbing, Shooting, and Strangling: Type B; Analytic Table; Analysis, Distributions, and Conclusions; Bibliography.

Title: Iroquois Suicide: A Study in the Stability of a Cultural Pattern (Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology, Anthropological Papers, No. 14)

Author: Fenton, William N.

Categories: Disabilities & Mental Illness, New York, Native American Studies, Native American Tribes, Americana,

Publisher: United States Government Printing Office: 1941

Binding: Stapled Binding

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 2299109

Keywords: AMERICANA AMERICAN HISTORY ANTHROPOLOGY NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IROQUOIS NEW YORK LOCAL REGIONAL SUICIDE MENTAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY,