7 edition of Shades of Hiawatha found in the catalog.
October 14, 2004 by Hill and Wang .
Written in English
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Edward Curtis's staged romantic images of vanishing Indians "exuded a Hiawathan aura" She helped the two men in their pursuit for peace in all tribes. In this fascinating study, Trachtenberg Reading Shades of Hiawatha book Photographs investigates the construction of the "American" by linking the experience of Native Americans in the late 19th century to the experiences of Eastern Europeans in the early 20th century. There was no definite plan at the outset of my work on Shades, no exact theme or argument, only a desire to examine changes in the image and idea of the nation at a time of critical change at the turn of the twentieth century, an era of mass immigration, consolidating economic power, sharpening social conflict, and imperial expansion overseas. Alan Trachtenberg argues that the two developments were, inevitably, juxtaposed: Indians and immigrants together preoccupied the public imagination, and together changed the idea of what it meant to be American. Never mind that Indian culture valued the communal over the individual.
The five tribes are in an order from left to right. This new mythology required the previously reviled Indians suddenly to be portrayed in various media, such as plays and photographs, as the noble first inhabitants of the continent. The turn of the twentieth century was a period of change as the country moved from agrarian to urban and from family business to industrialization, with large-scale immigration thrown into the mix. It is billed as the "World's Tallest and Largest Indian".
It is billed as the "World's Tallest and Largest Indian". The Shades of Hiawatha book articulate introduction to that translation by the eminent Yiddish scholar and critic, Chaim Zhitlovski, confirmed for me the relevance of the figure of Hiawatha for one major immigrant culture. The overly mythologized image of Hiawatha, Trachtenberg argues, crystallizes the ways that American writers and American society made Indians almost invisible. The team who could throw the spears the farthest would be the winners. Trachtenberg focuses on the dominant culture's construction of what it meant to be American at the turn of the twentieth century with the arrival of twenty-three million immigrants between and and how Indian peoples were forced to fit those constructions in a way different from immigrants and African Americans.
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Richard West Jr. The main recurring theme throughout the text is Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's fictionalized Hiawatha as representing the white ideal of an Indian, one who is nonthreatening and exudes "sentimental heroism" Listen to the words of wisdom, Listen to the words of warning, From the lips of the Great Spirit, From the Master of Life, who made you!
Finally, shown farthest to the right is the Mohawk Tribe, depicted as the Keepers of the Eastern Door. The Iroquois people were for peace, and they eventually overrode their quarrels to Shades of Hiawatha book for, and obtain, peace. Here also at the heart of merchant kingdom, Hiawatha, coupled to God and nation, was staged.
Ironically, the earliest Americans—the Indians—were first displaced from Shades of Hiawatha book own land—making them un-American—and then were offered the opportunity to become Americans by repurchasing that land and conforming to American values such as the ownership of private property.
Wampum belt[ edit ] Hiawatha Belt. New York: Hill and Wang, At the same Shades of Hiawatha book, Native Americans were forced to relinquish their lands through legislation such as the Dawes Act in On the one hand, Indians, the first inhabitants of America, could be a symbol of America to immigrants in a way that African Americans could not.
Compared to blacks, Indians held a place of classic ambivalence in the national imagination. The Shades of Hiawatha book image of an American was partly forged by the changing image of the Indian from a savage to be annihilated, to a benevolent savage to be corralled on a reservation, to a noble representation of the triumph of individualism.
The six chapters are kind of disjointed, but Trachtenberg tries to link things Shades of Hiawatha book to the play and what it represents. In Shades of Hiawatha, a book of elegance, depth, breadth, nuance and subtlety, Alan Trachtenberg has focused in fresh and revealing ways on this protean social and cultural history.
And in silence all the warriors Broke the red stone of the quarry, Smoothed and formed it into Peace-Pipes, Broke the long reeds by the river, Decked them with their brightest feathers, And departed each one homeward, While the Master of Life, ascending, Through the opening of cloud-curtains, Through the doorways of the heaven, Vanished from before their faces, In the smoke that rolled around him, The Pukwana of the Peace-Pipe!
The Wampum beads are the most significant part of the story of Hiawatha. Trachtenberg is one of the most accomplished practitioners of interdisciplinary American studies, and this stunning book is a tribute to its methods. In an exceptional final chapter, Trachtenberg juxtaposes the writings of Luther Standing Bear and Hart Crane to show how deeply the idea of being American was contested even in the early 20th century and to call for the inclusion of Native American identity in the ongoing struggle to define what it means to be an American.
Trachtenberg focuses on the dominant culture's construction of what it meant to be American at the turn of the twentieth century with the arrival of twenty-three million immigrants between and and how Indian peoples were forced to fit those constructions in a way different from immigrants and African Americans.
It is the county seat of Brown county. In Shades of Hiawatha, Trachtenberg eloquently suggests that we must re-create America's tribal creation story in new ways if we are to reaffirm its beckoning promise of universal liberty. In the center of the belt, depicted with a different symbol, is the Onondaga Tribe, also known as the Keepers of the Central Fire.
Having been expelled from their lands, murdered by the thousands, and dismissed as the 'Vanishing Americans,' 'Indians' were recast in the heroic mold of Longfellow's sentimentally idealized hero as authentic 'First Americans.
Professor Emeritus, English. There was no definite plan at the outset of my work on Shades, no exact theme or argument, only a desire to examine changes in the image and idea of the nation at a time of critical change at the turn of the twentieth century, an era of mass immigration, consolidating economic power, sharpening social conflict, and imperial expansion overseas.
The story has had no climax. His writing is interesting enough that I give the book an 8. This time period also is significant in the development of mass media, and Trachtenberg's work contributes to this scholarship.Hiawatha brand bicycles were sold by Gambles Hardware stores from the ’s through the ’s.
Most Hiawatha bicycles were manufactured by the Cleveland Welding Company or the Shelby Cycle Company, however some were made by Murray Ohio and Huffman Manufacturing. The only constant thing about the image of the American Indian is that it's always changing.
In Shades of Hiawatha, a book of elegance, depth, breadth, nuance and subtlety, Alan Trachtenberg has focused in fresh and revealing ways on this protean social and cultural Author: Trachtenberg.
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Boston: Ticknor & Fields, First edition, first printing.
BAL Head of spine slightly chipped, else a very good copy with the bookplate of the noted collector Frank Hogan. In a morocco-backed cloth folding box.Song of Hiawatha.
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