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American Indians; first families of the Southwest

Author: J F Huckel; Fred Harvey (Firm),; American Colortype Company.
Publisher: Kansas City, Mo., Fred Harvey, 1928.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Fourth editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J F Huckel; Fred Harvey (Firm),; American Colortype Company.
OCLC Number: 1132159
Notes: First edition published 1913, with title: First families of the Southwest.
"American Colortype, Chicago-New York"--Last printed page.
Description: 68 unnumbered pages : color illustrations 31 cm
Contents: Preface --
Indians who work and have never asked for aid --
Laguna, a typical Pueblo Indian village --
How the Indian women do the cooking --
Indian women who command the household --
"Where the roses grow near the water" --
Artist-priests who make wonderful paintings in the sand --
A commercial expedition in Navaho land --
A people made famous by the art of weaving --
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An American craft before the White Man came --
Indian farmers who are good hunters, too --
A pair of picturesque farm owners from the ancient town of Taos --
The little Indians have their emotions --
The Hopi's theory of the origin of man --
Their picturesque beauty attracts the artist --
With flutes they pray to the rain gods --
Taking the elevator in Hopiland --
In a Hopi beauty parlor --
Homesites miles from wood and water --
The Indian who understands rattlesnakes --
A Hopi dwelling of other centuries reproduced --
Replica of a kiva, where the Hopi hold sacred ceremonials --
Where woman is the perpetuator of the arts --
Never were two pieces of Indian pottery exactly alike --
The Pima, who call themselves "The People" --
The Pima women, who make baskets --
An Apache grand dame weaving a supply basket --
Basketry is still a living art among certain of the Indians --
The problem of existence as met by a Desert People --
The Supai, who live in the Grand Canyon --
The story of the Thunder-Bird. Illustrations: A Cochiti chief --
Old caretta, Laguna, New Mexico --
Acoma Indians baking bread, New Mexico --
Olla carriers returning from well, Acoma, New Mexico --
Mother and child, Pueblo of Santa Clara, New Mexico --
Navahos making a sand-painting --
Navaho horsemen --
A Navaho weaver --
Acoma wedding dress --
Modern --
Old Hopi pattern --
Old Navaho-bayetta --
Old bayetta chief's blanket --
Modern --
The hunt-Taos Indian --
Taos Indians on scouting expedition --
An Arizona squall --
A song in the kiva --
A Hopi family --
Hopi flute boy --
Taking the elevator, Hopiland --
Hopi mother and daughter --
Carrying water to Tewa --
Hopi snake dance --
The Hopi House, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona --
Altar room, the Hopi House, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona --
Hopi woman decorating pottery --
Santo Domingo --
Hopi --
Acoma --
Hopi --
Santa Clara --
Maricopa --
Very old Zuni --
Prehistoric Hopi --
Prehistoric Pueblo lamp --
Prehistoric water jar from Cliff Dweller Ruins --
Prehistoric --
A desert nursery, Pima mother and child --
Pima Indian basket maker --
Weaving an Apache granary --
Pima tray --
Pitched water bottle --
Oraibi (Hopi) --
Apache burden --
Apache storage --
Hupa squaw cap --
Hopi katcina tray --
Tulare --
Paiute wedding basket --
Indian wood train on the Arizona desert --
A Supai cornfield, Cataract Canyon, Arizona --
A Supai Indian.
Responsibility: edited by J.F. Huckel.

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