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NAVAJO INDIANS - CEREMONIES

The sweat bath is special to us'

Author: 
M.Aaland
Article Date: 
April 4, 1976
Language: 
English
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The social organization of ceremonial practitioners at Navajo Mountain, Utah

Author: 
J.S.Chisholm
Article Date: 
Winter 1975
Language: 
English
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The prayer of the Navajo carved figurine, an interpretation of the Navajo remaking rite

Author: 
S.D.Gill
Article Date: 
Fall 1974
Language: 
English
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The Navajo hand trembling ceremony

Author: 
M.Sawyer
Article Date: 
July 1973
Language: 
English
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The Navajo house blessing ceremonial

Author: 
C.J.Frisbie
Article Date: 
Autumn 1968
Language: 
English
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The deer, and his importance to the Navaho

Author: 
F. H. Elmore
Article Date: 
November 1953
Article Abstract: 
Domestic and ceremonial uses
Language: 
English
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Notes from the Museum of Navaho Ceremonial Art

Article Date: 
Fall-Winter 1968
Article Abstract: 
Life-size dioramas portray ceremonies of the Navajo
Language: 
English
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Navaho trading and trading ritual: a study of cultural dynamics

Author: 
W. W. Hill
Article Date: 
Winter 1948
Language: 
English
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More to healing than the medicine

Author: 
K.W.Luckert
Article Date: 
October 12, 1975
Article Abstract: 
Excerpted from Karl W. Luckert's The Navajo Hunter Tradition (University of Arizona Press, 1975)
Language: 
English
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Kinaalda: the pathway to Navajo womanhood

Author: 
D. Begay Ryan
Article Date: 
Winter 1988
Article Abstract: 
The author gives a detailed account of the age-old ritual by which a girl passes into womanhood. Chaning Woman, daughter of First Man & First Woman, set the pattern for the ritual. Illus. Ports
Language: 
English
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