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  • The Peyote Religion Among the Navaho, 2nd ed.
    Aberle, David F. (1982)
    Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Navajo; Peyote
  • A Socio-Cultural Interpretation of the Peyote Cult.
    Barber, Bernard (1941)
    American Anthropologist 43: 673-675.

    Sees the peyote cult as a substitute for the failed Ghost Dance movement, in addressing the social disorganization of the native Americans.

    Associated Search Terms: Native Americans; Peyote
  • Collective Autism as a Consequence of Culture Contact: Notes on Religious Training and the Peyote Cult at Taos.
    Lasswell, Harold D. (1935)
    Zeitschrift für Sozialforschung 4: 232-247.

    Peyote use was introduced into the Pueblo in the early 20th century; it was inconsistent with the sober Pueblo culture, but spread as a response to social deprivation.

    Associated Search Terms: Pueblo; Deprivation; Peyote; Native Americans
  • Peyote, the Giver of Visions.
    Cavan, Ruth Shonle (1925)
    American Anthropologist 27: 53-75.

    Traces the history & status of the peyote cult; sees it spreading by networks that were established in the ghost dance movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Ghost Dance; Network; Peyote; Native Americans; Diffusion
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