The Whole Story (Pikva) Without a Mistake
- HÃ´oy TivÃ¢arum---Where Are You Going? Cramblit, Andre P. // News from Native California;Summer2003, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p20
Presents an article about experiences as a Karuk tribal member and in providing advice for tribal members on how to achieve success in their field of interest. Distinctive cultural norm that all tribes shared; Goals after graduation from college; Opportunities in store for tribal members.
- GROUNDHOG DAY. Dolan, Stephanie; Attebury, April // News from Native California;Summer2004, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p18
Provides information on the Tribal Court of the indigenous group Karuk Tribe in Yreka, California. Population of the group; Problems being faced by the group; Efforts of the tribal court to solve social problems.
- Preface. // Karuk, The Upriver People;1991, preceding p7
This section presents the preface of the book Karuk: The Upriver People. Points considered in the book include: the discoveries made by archaeologists about the prehistoric world of the Karuk and the middle course of the Klamath River in California which they inhabit; the Karuk's lifestyle and...
- Karuk Tribe Takes National Forest to Court. // American Indian Report;May2010, p11
The article reports on the lawsuit filed by the Karuk Tribe in California and two environmental groups against Six Rivers National Forest, accusing it of failure to protect spiritual areas as part of the Orleans Community Fuels Reduction program, according to the "Times-Standard of Eureka."
- Karuk. // Rourke's Native American History & Culture Encyclopedia;May2009, Issue 5, p18
Information on Karuk, the native group from California who lived in small villages along the Klamath River is presented.
- Chapter 5: CULTURAL ORGANIZATION. // Karuk, The Upriver People;1991, p70
This section examines the cultural organization of the Karuk Indians in California. The only social division within the Karuk community was the family, while its only political division was the village. Leadership was exercised by men of wealth, on the basis of the prestige such wealth conferred...
- CHAPTER XIII: THE HILL PEOPLE. Thomson, Charles Goff // Terry: A Tale of the Hill People;3/ 1/2008, p41
Chapter 13 of the book "Terry: A Tale of the Hill People" is presented. It explores the conversation between Terry and Major Bronner regarding the things that had happened as well as Terry's encounter with the group of Malabanan and Sakay in the Philippines. It also relates the culture and...
- CHAPTER XIV: AHMA. Thomson, Charles Goff // Terry: A Tale of the Hill People;3/ 1/2008, p44
Chapter 14 of the book "Terry: A Tale of the Hill People" is presented. It provides a description of the Ahma, the most sought-after girl in the village. It also explores the tradition of the tribe to ring the Tribal Agong, if she will be with someone who will guard and cherished her. It further...
- CHAPTER XV: THE SIGN. Thomson, Charles Goff // Terry: A Tale of the Hill People;3/ 1/2008, p46
Chapter 15 of the book "Terry: A Tale of the Hill People" is presented. It explores Major Bronner's stay at the village where Terry had lived, which has given him the time to study the tribal customs of the people in the Philippines. It also relates the major's hidden desire for the Ahma as well...