Peyote and Native American Church


See also: Bibliography on the use of peyote among the Mexican tribes


ABATE MARIA SOLE, 2002, Il culto del peyote, DeriveAppòrodi, Roma, 176 pp.

ABERLE F. DAVID, 1966, The Peyote Religion Among the Navaho, Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, vol. 44, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Inc., New York, 454 p.

ABERLE F. DAVID & OMER C. STEWART, 1957, Navajo and Ute Peyotism. A Chronological and Distributional Study, University of Colorado Press, Boulder.

ALBAUGH BERNARD & PHILIP ANDERSON, 1974, Peyote in the Treatment of Alcoholism among the American Indians, American Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 131, pp. 1247-1250.

ANDERSON F. EDWARD, 1980, Peyote. The Divine Cactus, The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, 248 pp.

ARTH J. MALCOM, 1956, A Functional View of Peyotism in Omaha Culture, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 7, pp. 25-29.

BARBER BERNARD, 1941, A socio-cultural interpretation of the peyote cult, American Anthropologist, vol. 43, pp. 673-675.

BARBER G. CARROLL, 1959, Peyote and the definition of narcotic, American Anthropologist, vol. 61, pp. 641-646.

BASS ALTHEA, 1954, James Mooney in Oklahoma, Chronicles of Oklahoma, vol. 22(3), pp. 246-262.

BEALS KENNETH, 1971, The Dynamics of Kiowa Apache Peyotism, Papers in Anthropology, vol. 12, pp. 35-89.

BEAVER WILLIAM, 1952, Peyote and the Hopi, American Anthropologist, vol. 54, p. 120.

BEE L. ROBERT, 1965, Peyotism in North American Indians Groups, Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Sciences, vol. 68, pp. 13-61.

BEE L. ROBERT, 1966, Potawotami Peyotism: The Influences of Traditional Patterns, Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, vol. 22, pp. 194-205.

BENZ ERNST, 1996, Der Peyote-Kult in der Native American Church, in: H. Leuner (Ed.), Psychotherapie und religiöses Erleben, WVB, Berlin, pp. 23-37.

BERGMAN L. ROBERT, 1971, Navajo Peyote Use: Its Apparent Safety, American Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 128, pp. 695-699.

BITTLE E. WILLIAM, 1954, The Peyote Ritual: Kiowa Apache, Bullettin of Oklahoma Anthropological Society, vol. 2, pp. 69-78.

BOYER L. BRYCE, RUTH M. BOYER & HARRY W. BASEHART, 1973, Shamanism and Peyote Use Among the Apaches of the Mescalero Indian Reservation, in: M. Harner (Ed.), Hallucinogens and Shamanism, Oxford University Press, London, pp. 53-66.

BRAND STEWART, 1967, The Native American Church Meeting, Psychedelic Review, vol. 9, pp. 21-35.

BRANT S. CHARLES, 1950, Peyotism Among Kiowa-Apache and Neighboring Tribes, Southwestern Journal of Anthropologist, vol. 6, pp. 212-222.

BRANT S. CHARLES, 1963, Joe Blackbear’s Story of the Origin of the Peyote Religion (Kiowa-Apache), Plains Anthropologist, vol. 8, pp. 180-181.

BRITO S., 1989, The Way of A Peyote Roadman, Peter Lang Press, New York.

BROMBERG WALTER & CHARLES L. TRANTER, 1943, Peyote Intoxication: Some Psychological Aspects of the Peyote RiteJournal of Nervous and Mental Disease, vol. 97, pp. 518-527.

CARDON CHAROLETTE, 1963, Peyote and the Native American Church, Journal of Psychedelic Drugs, vol. 2, pp. 72-76.

CARTWRIGHT D. WILLENA, 1950, The Peyote Cult. Ritual Equipment, Denver Art Museum, Denver.

CAZENEUVE J., 1988, Il peyotismo del Nuovo Messico (Appunti su una nuova religione), in: J.C. Baily & J.P. Guimard (cur.), L’esperienza allucinogena, Dedalo, Bari, pp. 223-235.

COLLINS JAMES JOHN, 1967, Peyotism and Religious Membership at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico, Southewestern Social Science Quarterly, vol. 48, pp. 183-191.

COLLINS JAMES JOHN, 1968, A Descriptive Introduction to the Taos Peyote Ceremony, Ethnology, vol. 7, pp. 427-449.

D’AZEVEDO L. WARREN & MARCO MASSIGNAN, 1998, La strada del peyote, 136 pp.

DENMAN VAN NESS LESLIE, 1957, The Peyote Ritual. Visions and Description of Monroe Tsatoke, Grabhorn Press, San Francisco.

DOUGLAS H. FREDERIC, 1969, A Cheyenne Peyote Fan, Denver Art Museum, Denver.

DOUGLAS H. FREDERIC & ALICE MARRIOTT, 1942, Metal jewelry of the Peyote Cult, Denver Art Museum, Denver.

DUSTIN C. BURTON, 1960, Peyotism and New Mexico, Vergara Printing, Santa Fe.

FERICGLA M. JOSÉ, 1998, Il peyote e l’ayahuasca nelle nuove religioni misteriche americane / El peyote y l’ayahuasca en las nuevas religiones mistéricas americanas, Eleusis, n.s., vol. 1, pp. 65-86.

FITZELBERG NICHOLAS, 1969, Peyote Paraphernalia, San Diego Museum of Man, San Diego.

GILMORE MELVIN RANDOLPH, 1919, The mescal society among the Omaha Indians, Publications of the Nebraska State Historical Society, vol. 19, pp. 163-167.

GOGGIN M. JOHN, 1934, A Note on Cheyenne Peyote, New Mexico Anthropologist, vol. 3, n. 2, pp. 26-30.

HAYES ALDEN, 1940, Peyote cult on the Goshiute reservation at Deep Kreek, Utah, New Mexico Anthropologist, vol. 4, pp. 34-36.

HILL TOM & KENNETH BEALS, 1966, Some Notes on Kiowa-Apache Peyotism with Special Reference to Ethics and Change, Papers in Anthropology, vol. 7, pp. 1-26.

HILL W. THOMAS, 1990, Peyotism and the Control of Heavy Drinking: The Nebraska Winnebago in the Early 1900s, Human Organization, vol. 49, pp. 255-265.

HOWARD H. JAMES, 1951, A Tonkawa Peyote Legend, University of South Dakota Museum News, vol. 12(4), pp. 1-4.

HOWARD H. JAMES, 1956, An Oto-Omaha Peyote Ritual, Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, vol. 12, pp. 432-436.

HOWARD H. JAMES, 1962, Peyote Jokes, Journal of American Folklore, vol. 75, pp. 10-14.

HOWARD H. JAMES, 1962, Potawatomi Mescalism and Its Relationship to the Diffusion of the Peyote Cult, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 7, pp. 125-135.

HOWARD H. JAMES, 1965, Half Moon Way: The Peyote Ritual of Chief White Bear, University of South Dakota Museum News, vol. 28, pp. 1-24.

HOWARD H. JAMES, 1967, Half Moon Way. The Peyote Ritual of Chief White Bear, Dakota Museum News, vol. 28, pp. 1-24.

HULTKRANTZ ÅKE, 1975, Conditions for the spread of the Peyote Cult in North America, Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis, vol. 7, pp. 70-83.

HURT R. WESLEY, 1960, Factors in the Persistence of Peyote in the Northern Plains, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 5(9), pp. 16-27.

JOPLIN F. CAROL, 1984, Art and ethnicity: peyote painting, a case study, Ethnos, vol. 49, pp. 98-118.

KUTRZEBA-POJNARVEI ANNY (Ed.), 1972, Peyotzym Religia Indian Ameryki Potnocnej, Biblioteka Etnografii Polskie, Warsaw.

LA BARRE WESTON, 1939, Note on Richard Schultes’ “The Appeal of Peyote”, American Anthropologist, vol. 41, pp. 340-341.

LA BARRE WESTON, 1947, Primitive Psychotherapy in Native American Cultures: Peyotism and Confession, Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, vol. 42, pp. 294-309.

LA BARRE WESTON, 1957, Mescalism and Peyotism, American Anthropologist, vol. 59, pp. 708-711.

LA BARRE WESTON, 1959, The Peyote Cult, Shoe String Press, Hamden, 286 pp.

LA BARRE WESTON, 1960, Twenty Years of Peyote Studies, Current Anthropology, vol. 1, pp. 45-60.

LA BARRE WESTON, 1982, Peyotegebrauch bei nordamerikanischen Indianern, in: Völger G. & K. von Welck (Hrsg.), 1982, Rausch und Realität. Drogen in Kulturvergleich, Rowohlt, Hamburg, II: 816-820.

LA BARRE WESTON, DAVID P. MCALLISTER, J. SYDNEY SLOTKIN, OMER C. STEWART & SOL TAX, 1951, Statement on Peyote, Science, vol. 114, pp. 582-583.

LANEY JOHN, 1972, The Peyote Movement. An Introduction, Annual of Archetypal Psychology and Jungian Thought, pp. 110-131.

LANTERNARI VITTORIO, 1974 (1960), Il Peyotismo, in: V. Lanternari, Movimenti religiosi di libertà e di salvezza dei popoli oppressi, Milano, Feltrinelli, PP. 67-111.

LIEBER D. MICHAEL, 1972, Opposition to Peyotism among the Western Shoshone: The Message of Traditional Belief, Man, vol. 7(3), pp. 387-396.

McALLESTER P. DAVID, 1949, Peyote Music, Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, vol. 13, Viking Fund, New York.

McNICKLE D’ARCY, 1943, Peyote and the Indian, Science Monthly, vol. 57, pp. 220-229.

MALOUF CARLING, 1942, Gosiute Peyotism, American Anthropologist, vol. 44, pp. 93-103.

MARRIOT ALICE & CAROL K. RACHLIN, 1971, Peyote, Thomas C. Crowell, New York. (edizione italiana, 1988, La Salamandra Ed., Milano, 144 pp.)

MERRIAM P. ALAN & WARREN L. D’AZEVEDO, 1957, Washo Peyote Songs, American Antrhopologist, vol. 59, pp. 615-641.

MOONEY JAMES, 1892, A Kiowa Mescal Rattle, American Anthropologist, vol. 5, pp. 64-65.

MOONEY JAMES, 1896, The Mescal Plant and Ceremony, Therapeutic Gazette, vol. 12(11), pp. 7-11.

MOONEY JAMES, 1897, The Kiowa Peyote Rite, Der Urquell, pp. 329-333.

MORGAN R. GEORGE, 1983, Hispano-Indian Trade of an Indian Ceremonial Plant, Peyote (Lophophora williamsii), on the Mustang Plains of Texas, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol. 9, pp. 319-321.

MORGAN R. GEORGE & OMER C. STEWART, 1984, Peyote Trade in South Texas, Southwestern Historical Quarterly, vol. 87, pp. 270-296.

NETTL BRUNO, 1953, Observations on Meaningless Peyote Song Texts, Journal of American Folklore, vol. 66, pp. 161-164.

NEWBERNE E.I. ROBERT & CHAS H. BURKE, 1922, Peyote. An Abridged Compilation from the Files of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Government Print Office, Washington.

NEWCOMB W. WILLIAM, 1956, The Peyote Cult of the Delaware Indians, Texas Journal of Science, vol. 8, pp. 202-211.

OPLER K. MARVIN, 1940, The Character and History of the Southern Ute Peyote Rite, American Anthropologist, vol. 42, pp. 463-478.

OPLER K. MARVIN, 1942, Fact and Fancy in Ute Peyotism, American Anthropologist, vol. 44, pp. 151-159.

OPLER E. MORRIS, 1936, The Influence of Aboriginal Pattern and White Contact on a Recently Introduced Ceremony, the Mescalero Peyote Rite, Journal of American Folklore, vol. 49, pp. 143-166.

OPLER E. MORRIS, 1938, The Use of Peyote by the Carrizo and Lipan Apache Tribes, American Anthropologist, vol. 40, pp. 271-285.

OPLER E. MORRIS, 1939, A Description of a Tonkawa Peyote Meeting Held in 1902, American Anthropologist, vol. 41, pp. 433-439.

OPLER E. MORRIS, 1945, A Mescalero Apache Account of the Origin of the Peyote Ceremony, El Palacio, vol. 52, pp. 210-212.

OSMOND HUMPHRY, 1971, Peyote night, in: B. Aaronson & H. Osmond (Eds.), Psychedelics. The uses and implications of hallucinogenic drugs, Schenkman Publ., Cambridge, pp. 67-86.

PETRULLO VINCENZO, 1934, The Diabolic Root. A Study of Peyotism, the New Indian Religion, Among the Delawares, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia.

PETRULLO VINCENZO, 1940, Peyotism as an Emergent Indian Culture, Indians at Work, vol. 7(8), pp. 51-60.

RADIN PAUL, 1914, A Sketch of the Peyote Cult of the Winnebago: A Study in Borrowing, Journal of Religious Psychology, vol. 7, pp. 1-22.

RADIN PAUL, 1950, The Religious Experiences of an America Indian, Eranos-Jahrbuch, vol. 18, pp. 249-250.

RADIN PAUL, 1971, Report of the mescaline experience of Crashing Thunder, in: B. Aaronson & H. Osmond (Eds.), Psychedelics. The uses and implications of hallucinogenic drugs, Schenkman Publ., Cambridge, pp. 86-90.

REH EMMA & D’ARCY MCNICKLE, 1943, Peyote and the Indian, Scientific MOnthly, vol. 57, pp. 220-229.

RHODES WILLARD, 1958, A study of musical diffusion based on the wandering of the opening peyote song, Journal of the International Folk Music Council, vol. 10, pp. 42-49.

ROUHIER ALEXANDRE, 1926, Le peyotl. La plante qui fait les yeux émerveillés, G. Trénadiel, La Maisnie (rist. 1975), 376 pp..

SCHAEFER B. STACY, 2000, The Peyote Religion and Mescalero Apache: An Ethnohistorical View from West Texas, Journal of Big Bend Studies, vol. 12, pp. 51-70.

SEYMOUR GERTRUDE, 1916, Peyote Worship. An Indian Cult and a Powerful Drug, Survey, vol. 36, pp. 181-184.

SCHULTES E. RICHARD, 1938, The Appeal of Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) as a Medicine, American Anthropologist, vol. 40, pp. 698-715.

SHONLE RUTH, 1925, Peyote, the Giver of Visions, American Anthropologist, vol. 27, pp. 53-75.

SISKIN E. EDGAR, 1983, Washo Shamans and Peyotists: Religious Conflict in an American Indian Tribe, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

SLOTKIN J. SYDNEY, 1951, Early Eighteenth Century Documents on Peyotism North of Rio Grande, American Anthropologist, vol. 53, pp. 420-427.

SLOTKIN J. SYDNEY, 1952, Menomini Peyotism: A Study of Individual Variation in a Primary Group with a Homogeneous Culture, Philosophical Society, vol. 42, pp. 565-700.

SLOTKIN J. SYDNEY, 1955, Peyotism 1521-1891, American Anthropologist, vol. 57, pp. 202-230.

SLOTKIN J. SYDNEY, 1956, The Peyote Religion. A Study in Indian-White Relations, Free Press, Glencoe.

SLOTKIN J. SYDNEY, 1960, La via del peyote, Luce e Ombra, vol. 60(3), pp. 161-168.

SLOTKIN J. SYDNEY, 1968, Religious defense (the Native American Church), Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, vol. 1, pp. 77-95.

SMITH ELNA, 1934, A Negro Peyote Cult, Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, vol. 24, pp. 448-453.

SPECK G. FRANK, 1933, Notes on the Life of John Wilson, the Revealer of Peyote, as Recalled by His Nephew, George Anderson, General Magazine and Historical Chronicle, vol. 35, pp. 539-556.

SPINDLER D. GEORGE, 1952, Personality and Peyotism in Menomini Indian Acculturation, Psychiatry, vol. 15, pp. 151-159.

STEINMETZ B. PAUL, 1990, Pipe, Bible, and Peyote Among the Oglala Lakota, The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 238 pp.

STENBERG P. MOLLY, 1946, The Peyote Culture Among the Wyoming Indians, University of Wyoming Publications, vol. 12(4), pp. 85-156.

STEWART C. OMER, 1941, The Southern Ute Peyote Cult, American Anthropologist, vol. 43, pp. 303-308.

STEWART C. OMER, 1944, Washo-Northern Paiute Peyotism. A Study in Acculturation, University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, vol. 40, pp. 63-141.

STEWART C. OMER, 1948, Ute peyotism. A study of a cultural complex, University of Colorado, Boulder.

STEWART C. OMER, 1961, The Native American Church and the Law, in: E. Walker Deward (Ed.), The Emergent Native Americans. A Reader in Cultural Contact, Brown, Boston, pp. 282-297.

STEWART C. OMER, 1974, Origin of the Peyote Religion in the United States, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 19, pp. 211-223.

STEWART C. OMER, 1976, The Peyote Religion and the Ghost Dance, The Indian Historian, vol. 5, pp. 27-30.

STEWART C. OMER, 1980, Peyotism and Mescalism, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 25, pp. 287-309.

STEWART C. OMER, 1986, Peyotism in California, Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, vol. 8, pp. 217-225.

STEWART C. OMER, 1987, Peyote Religion. A History, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman & London, 454 pp.

SWAN C. DANIEL, 1988, Early Osage Peyotism, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 43, pp. 51-71.

SWAN C. DANIEL, 1999, Peyote Religious Art. Symbols of Faith and Belief, University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, 116 pp.

TAYLOR NORMAN, 1944, Come and expel the green pain, Scientific Monthly, vol. 58, pp. 176-184.

THURMAN D. MELBURN, 1973, Supplementary Material on the Life of John Wilson, “The Revealor of Peyote”, Ethnohistory, vol. 20, pp. 279-287.

TOKE T. MONROE, 1957, The Peyote Ritual, Grabhorn Press, San Francisco.

UNDERHILL RUTH, 1948, Peyote, San Vincente Foundation, Santa Fe, pp. 1-14.

WAGNER M. ROLAND, 1975, Some Pragmatic Aspects of Navajo Peyotism, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 20, pp. 197-206.

WAGNER M. ROLAND, 1975, Pattern and Process in Ritual Synchretism. The Case of Peyotism Among the Navajo, Journal of Anthropological Research, vol. 31, pp. 162-181.

WIEDMAN DENNIS, 1985, Staff, Fan Rattle and Drum. Spiritual and Artistic Expression of Oklahoma Peyotists, American Indian Art Magazine, vol. 10, pp. 38-45.

WIEDMAN DENNIS, 1990, Big and Little Moon Peyotism as Health Care Delivery Systems, Medical Anthropology, vol. 12, pp. 371-387.

WIEDMAN DENNIS & CANDACE GREENE, 1988, Early Kiowa Peyote Ritual and Symbolism. The 1891 Drawing Books of Silverhorn (Haungooah), American Indian Art Magazine, vol. 13(4), pp. 32-41.

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