Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1953.
Classic study of how Native Americans and other cultures developed identical rituals to express separate discoveries of a single insight. ..."a good, readable technical introduction." -- "San Francisco Chronicle."
LibraryThing member dswaddell
An interesting overview of Native American religious beliefs (mostly of the western and northern bands), their relationship to one another and comparisons to other western beliefs and societies. It contains interesting details as to how these beliefs were practiced with much less prejudice than other works.