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Rainbow to yesterday : the John and Louisa Wetherill story

Author: Mary Apolline Comfort
Publisher: New York : Vantage Press, ©1980.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: John Wetherill; Louisa Wade Wetherill; John Wetherill; Louisa Wade Wetherill
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Apolline Comfort
OCLC Number: 6356981
Description: xi, 209 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: List of illustrations --
Introduction --
Quakers, guns, and gold --
The green years on the Mancos (1880-1896) --
Glimpses of ancient ruins (1874-1890) --
Increased interest in expeditions (1890-1906) --
Trading days begin (1900-1906) --
Place of moonlight water (Oljato) (1906-1910) --
Chief Hoskinini and his clan --
The Tachini --
The ancient ones (1906-1910) --
Nonnezoshi --
The rainbow rock --
Navajo language, herbs, and sand paintings --
Myths and legends --
Navajo literature --
Where the water runs like fingers out of a hill (1910-1920) --
The roaring twenties and Kayenta (1930-1945) --
The family picture --
Asthon Sosi --
Slim Woman --
a portrait --
Hosteen John --
a portrait --
The memorial --
L' Envoi. List of illustrations --
Rainbow bridge --
Four corners map --
Benjamin Kite Wetherill --
Marion Tompkins (Mrs. B.K.) Wetherill --
At Alamo Ranch, B.K. Wetherill with Ute friends --
The boy John Wetherill --
Four generations at Mancos, Colorado, circa 1902 --
Benjamin Wade Wetherill, son of John and Louisa --
Wetherill's trading post at Oljato, circa 1907 --
Inscriptio house ruin in Navajo National Monument --
John Wetherill with trail friend --
Louisa's interpretation of Prayer to Black Bear --
Wagons and tents were Kayenta trading post in 1910 --
Wetherill Lodge at Kayenta became an oasis in the desert --
Teddy Roosevelt follows John to Rainbow bridge, 1913 --
Lousia Wetherill with Sam Chief at U. of Arizona, 1919 --
Louisa Wetherill, a lecturer in California, 1923 --
La Osa, the Wetherill winter dude ranch on Mexican border --
Colville weighs wool at Kaytena trading post --
Artist James Swinnerton with Indian girls Betty and Fanny --
John and Lousa, Georgia Ida, Myrle Wetherill at Kaytena --
Georgia Ida, daughter of John and Louisa.
Responsibility: by Mary Apolline Comfort.

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