During the "ghost dance War," in 1890, his band remained quietly at home, busy about their affairs.
Coonskin said it was no ghost dance, just a new kind of breakdown.
The ghost dance of the Pomo has been attributed by Powers to a secret society.
This must be at once forthcoming, and the ghost dance itself was then resumed.
In 1890 the new religion of the ghost dance was introduced among the Kiowa.
The old Wickiup was decorated till it looked like a buck rigged for a ghost dance.
Of the ghost dance and its serious import, readers of the daily papers are familiar.
Under the thrall of the ghost dance, devotees dropped to earth insensible and had visions of the spirit-world.
The subject staggers into the ring and falls (Mooney, ghost dance, 925-926).
They were waiting for five more girls and were going to have a spread and a ghost dance.