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HOPI INDIANS - SOCIAL LIFE AND CUSTOMS

The native's point of view as an important factor in understanding the dynamics of the Oraibi split

Author: 
G. V. Krutz
Article Date: 
Winter 1973
Language: 
English

The naming ceremony

Author: 
E. Cook
Article Date: 
December 19, 1971
Article Abstract: 
A naming ceremony performed in Phoenix
Language: 
English

The morning-echo days - the old Hopi way of life

Author: 
E. Nequatewa
Article Date: 
July 1940
Language: 
English

The Hopi Indians

Author: 
R. D. Simpson
Article Date: 
November-December 1951
Language: 
English

The bride wore white

Author: 
A. F. Whiting
Article Date: 
Spring 1965
Article Abstract: 
A composite account of a Hopi wedding
Language: 
English

Rain-makers of Mishongnovi

Author: 
D. M. Smith
Article Date: 
July 1949
Language: 
English

Naming Beverly's baby

Author: 
M. Wilson
Article Date: 
Fall 1987
Article Abstract: 
The naming ceremony for Beverly Takala's 20-day-old son is described. With slight variations from village to village, the same ritual has been performed for centuries. Illus. Ports
Language: 
English

Life and its living in Hopiland

Author: 
K. T. Cory
Article Date: 
August 1909
Language: 
English

Life and its living in Hopiland

Author: 
K. T. Cory
Article Date: 
October 1909
Language: 
English

Life and its living in Hopiland

Author: 
K. T. Cory
Article Date: 
November 1909
Language: 
English