James Mooney
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James Mooney

James Mooney (James^Mooney) was an American ethnographer who lived for several years among the Cherokee. He did major studies of Southeastern Indians, as well as those on the Great Plains. His most notable works were his ethnographic studies of the Ghost Dance after Sitting Bull's death in 1890, a widespread 19th-century religious movement among various Native American culture groups, and the Cherokee: The Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees (1891), and Myths of the Cherokee (1900), all published by the US Bureau of American Ethnology. Artifacts from Mooney are in the collections of the Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution and the Department of Anthropology, Field Museum of Natural History. Papers and photographs from Mooney are in the collections of the National Anthropological Archives, Department of Anthropology, Smithsonian Institution
James Mooney
The Sa­cred For­mu­las of the Chero­kees / Sev­enth An­nual Re­port of the Bu­reau of Eth­nol­ogy to the / Sec­re­tary of the Smith­son­ian In­sti­tu­tion, 1885-1886, / Gov­ern­ment Print­ing Of­fice, Wash­ing­ton, 1891, pages 301-398
Myths of the Cherokee, James Mooney
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