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Am Anthrop The kinship of a Tanoan-speaking community in Tusayan Fewkes 1894
Am Anthrop The kinship of the Tusayan villagers Fewkes 1894
Am Anthrop The lesser new-fire ceremony at Walpi Fewkes 1901
Am Anthrop The Navaho yellow dye Matthews 1904
Am Anthrop The Navajo Stephen 1893
Am Anthrop The new-fire ceremony at Walpi Fewkes 1900
Am Anthrop The Papago of Arizona and Sonora Gaillard 1894
Am Anthrop The prayer of a Navajo shaman Matthews 1888
Am Anthrop The prehistoric culture of Tusayan Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop The prehistoric culture of Tusayan Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop The prehistoric culture of Tusayan Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop The snake ceremonials at Walpi Bourke 1895
Am Anthrop The sun's influence on the form of Hopi pueblos Fewkes 1906
Am Anthrop The winter solstice altars at Hano pueblo Fewkes 1899
Am Anthrop The winter solstice ceremony at Walpi Fewkes 1898
Am Anthrop The winter solstice ceremony at Walpi Fewkes 1898
Am Anthrop Two ruins recently discovered in the red rock country, Arizona Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop Vesper hours of the stone age Bourke 1890
Am Anthrop Zuni ancestral gods and masks Stevenson 1898
Am Anthrop n. s. Apache and Navaho fire-making Hough 1901
Am Anthrop n. s. Death of a celebrated Hopi Fewkes 1899
Am Anthrop n. s. Physical and physiological observations on the Navaho Hrdlicka 1900
Am Anthrop n. s. Property-right in eagles among the Hopi Fewkes 1900
Am Anthrop n. s. Pueblo ruins near Flagstaff, Arizona. A preliminary notice Fewkes 1900
Am Anthrop n.s. A Pima-Maricopa ceremony Brown 1906
Am Anthrop n.s. A Pima-Maricopa ceremony Brown 1906
Am Anthrop n.s. A two-faced Navaho blanket Matthews 1900
Am Anthrop n.s. Ancient pueblo and Medxican water symbol Fewkes 1904
Am Anthrop n.s. Maricopa weaving Hrdlicka 1905
Am Anthrop n.s. Method of preparing tesvino among the White River Apaches Hrdlicka 1904
Am Anthrop n.s. Minor Hopi festivals Fewkes 1902
Am Anthrop n.s. Notes on the Pima of Arizona Hrdlicka 1906
Am Anthrop n.s. Notes on the San Carlos Apache Hrdlicka 1905
Am Anthrop n.s. Notes on the San Carlos Apache Hrdlicka 1905
Am Anthrop n.s. Pima annals Russell 1903
Am Anthrop n.s. The Owakulti altar at Sichomovi pueblo Fewkes 1901
Am Anthrop n.s. The prehistoric ruins of the San Juan water-shed in Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico Prudden 1903
Am Anthrop n.s. The sun's influence on the form of Hopi pueblos Fewkes 1906
Am Anthrop n.s. Zuni games Stevenson 1903
Am Anthrop n.s. Zuni games Stevenson 1903
Am Indian Culture and Research Jour Barter, blankets, and bracelets: the role of the trader in the Navajo textile and silverwork inducstries, 1868-1939 Volk 1988
Am Indian Culture and Research Jour Barter, blankets, and bracelets: the role of the trader in the Navajo textile and silverwork inducstries, 1868-1939 Volk 1988
Am Indian Culture and Research Jour Cosmological order as a model for Navajo philosophy Griffin-Pierce 1988
Amer Anthro A Pima-Maricopa ceremony Brown 1906
Amer Anthrop A few Tusayan pictographs Fewkes 1892
Amer Anthrop Pueblo ruins near Flagstaff, Arizona Fewkes 1900
Amer Anthrop The La-la-kon-ta; a Tusayan dance Owens 1892
Amer Anthrop The Mam-zrau-ti: a Tusayan ceremony Fewkes 1892
Amer Antiquarian A pre-historic mountain village Blake 1900
Amer Antiquarian A pre-historic mountain village Blake 1900
Amer Antiquarian Aboriginal turquoise mining in Arizona and New Mexico Blake 1899
Amer Antiquarian Ancient and modern pueblos compared Peet 1896
Amer Antiquarian Ancient and modern pueblos compared Peet 1896
Amer Antiquarian History and architecture of the Tusayans Peet 1896
Amer Antiquarian History and architecture of the Tusayans Peet 1896