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Hopi Indian agriculture Whiting 1937
Hopi Indian snake dances Baillie 1937
Horses for work and pleasure Stanley 1937
House of 'dobe Garrison 1938
How Joshua Trees were named Stovall 1938
Hobbyist of Salome Steiner 1939
Hopi Indians of Arizona Stephen 1939
Hopi Indians of Arizona Stephen 1939
Hopi silversmithing - its background and future Colton 1939
How the great chiefs made the moon James 1939
How the great chiefs made the sun James 1939
How the Navajo adopt rites Newcomb 1939
Hopi gods in masquerade Smith 1940
Hopi Indians in Arizona Stephen 1940
Hopi Indians in Arizona Stephen 1940
Hopi Indians in Arizona Stephen 1940
Hopi Indians in Arizona Stephen 1940
Hopi Indians of Arizona Stephen 1940
Hopi Indians of Arizona Stephen 1940
Hopi Indians of Arizona Stephen 1940
Hopi Indians of Arizona Stephen 1940
Hopi Indians of Arizona Stephen 1940
Hopi land patterns Page 1940
How Don Pedro de Tovar discovered the Hopi and Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas saw the Grand Canyon, with notes upon their probably route Bartlett 1940
Honey for the Papago - and other 1941
Hopi number system Colton 1941
Hoskaninni Kelly 1941
How Flagstaff was named Colton 1942
How the Navajo and Apache brought about the state of Arizona Bartlett 1942
How the Navajo and Apache brought about the state of Arizona Bartlett 1942
How the Navajo and Apache brought about the state of Arizona Bartlett 1942
How to recognize meteorites Nininger 1942
How dangerous is the Gila monster? Woodson 1943
How the Hopi classify their foods Watson 1943
Hopi parcheesi Watkins 1944
Horned owls Bradt 1944
Hopi game of shinny Watkins 1945
Hopi shell game Watkins 1945
Hopi snake-washing Sykes 1945
Hopi moccasin making Bartlett 1946
Hopi moccasin making Bartlett 1946
Hopi toys Watkins 1946
Hopi trek to the land of "big water" Smith 1946
Hopi trek to the land of "big water" Smith 1946
Hopi trek to the land of "big water." Smith 1946
How the Hopi respect the game animals Nequatewa 1946
Hopi dieties Colton 1947
How do you care for your Navajo rugs? 1947
How Jackrabbit got is long ears; a Navaho folk story Evans 1947
How the Hopi handle rattlesnakes Klauber 1947
Hopi snake poison 1948
Horesman with a purpose Porter 1948
Hosteen Bear loses the second fall (sequal to The White Haired one wrestles the bear) Evans 1948
How do you know where to look for them? Welles 1948
How long will mesquite beans remain alive in soil? Martin 1948