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Kiva Survey of Southwestern prehistory Baldwin 1941
Kiva The Papago Indians Spicer 1941
Kiva The Spanish missions of northwestern New Spain, Franciscan period, 1768-1836 Caywood 1941
Kiva The upper Tonto ruins Steen 1941
Kiva Activities Tanner 1942
Kiva History Wilder 1942
Kiva Recent field work by the Arizona State Museum Haury 1942
Kiva Talk by Richard Hendrix, prominent Papago Indian, given at the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, November 16, 1942 1942
Kiva The Wiikita Chesky 1942
Kiva The present and the future Haury 1942
Kiva Life forms in prehistoric pottery of the Southwest Tanner 1943
Kiva Modern Papago basketry Shreve 1943
Kiva The kachina cult of the pueblo Indians Hewitt 1943
Kiva Yaquis of Mexico and their folk literature Warner 1943
Kiva Arizona State Museum Haury 1944
Kiva Basketry of the modern southwest Indian Tanner 1944
Kiva Pottery of the modern southwestern Indians Tanner 1944
Kiva Tree-rings continue to tell their story Haury 1944
Kiva A comparison of prehistoric and modern pueblo weaving Kent 1945
Kiva A comparison of prehistoric and modern pueblo weaving Kent 1945
Kiva Inspiration I Vickery 1945
Kiva Some unusual kivas near Navajo Mountain Cummings 1945
Kiva The archaeological survey on the San Carlos Indian Reservation Haury 1945
Kiva The Navajo screen Schevill 1945
Kiva The Wetherills of Kayenta Gillmore 1945
Kiva A note on "Arizona" Kurath 1946
Kiva Early mining in Arizona Wilsonk 1946
Kiva Notes on some 19th century Pima burials Steen 1946
Kiva Save our ruins Caywood 1946
Kiva Some Navajo recipes Wetherill 1946
Kiva Summer activities at point of Pines Haury 1946
Kiva The linguistic map of Arizona Kurath 1946
Kiva Creation of burro Wetherill 1947
Kiva Navaho recipes Wetherill 1947
Kiva Story about Spider Woman Wetherill 1947
Kiva The story of the first lie Wetherill 1947
Kiva The woman whose nose was cut off twelve times, or the woman who controls the weather Wetherill 1947
Kiva Turquoise and the Zuni Indian Hill 1947
Kiva Upper Largo Navaho, 1700-1775 Farmer 1947
Kiva Yaqui villages past and present Spicer 1947
Kiva Navajo Naat'aani Van Valkenburgh 1948
Kiva Sandpaintings of the Indians of the Southwest Tanner 1948
Kiva Preliminary report of a Babocomari Indian village DiPeso 1949
Kiva The Colorado River irrigation Kelly 1949
Kiva Arizona Indians Tanner 1950
Kiva Papago pilgrims on the town Dobyns 1950
Kiva Papago pilgrims on the town Dobyns 1950
Kiva The 1950 season at Arizona Wheat 1950
Kiva The Zanardelli site Gerald 1950
Kiva Barriers to Mexican integratin in Tucson Officer 1951
Kiva Barriers to Mexican integration in Tucson Officer 1951
Kiva Barriers to Mexican integration in Tucson Officer 1951
Kiva Barriers to Mexican integration in Tucson Officer 1951
Kiva Growing up in a bilingual commujnity Barker 1951
Kiva Growing up in a bilingual community Barker 1951