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PUEBLO INDIANS

Two fragmented human bone assemblages from Yellow Jacket, southwestern Colorado

Author: 
N. Malville
Article Date: 
1989
Article Abstract: 
Taphonomic characteristics of these human skeletal remains are similar to those of other Anasazi bone assemblages for which cannibalism has been postulated. Illus. Map
Language: 
English
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Stepped cloud and cross: the intersection of Pueblo and European visual symbolic systems

Author: 
S. Kenagy
Article Date: 
July 1989
Article Abstract: 
It is speculated that Christian use of the cross to mark sacred space may have influenced the Pueblos to use the stepped cloud motif to visually mark kiva exteriors
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Illus.
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Remembering Tewa pueblo houses and spaces

Author: 
R. Swentzell
Article Date: 
Winter 1990
Article Abstract: 
Memories of growing up at Santa Clara Pueblo. Illus
Language: 
English
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Kerees Pueblo concepts of deity

Author: 
A. F. Purley
Article Date: 
1974
Language: 
English
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Generation to generation

Author: 
H. Rainer
Article Date: 
Fall 1987
Article Abstract: 
Reminiscences of a Taos Pueblo childhood lead to the realization that too much is being lost and too little preserved of the old culture. Illus. Port
Language: 
English
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Gambling games in the pueblos

Author: 
M. F. Krebs
Article Date: 
Spring-Summer 1968
Language: 
English
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