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On the gleaming way ; Navajos, Eastern Pueblos, Zunis, Hopis, Apaches, and their land ; and their meanings to the world / John Collier.


Denver : Sage Books, [1962] .
ISBN 0804002320, 9780804002325

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Subjects Apache Indians.
Hopi Indians.
Indians of North America -- Rites and ceremonies.
Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Rites and ceremonies.
Indians of North America -- Southwest, New.
Indians of North America.
Indiens -- États-Unis (sud-ouest)
Indiens -- États-Unis (sud-ouest) -- Rites et cérémonies.
Navajo Indians.
Pueblo Indians.
Southwest, New.
United States, Southwest (New) -- Native races.
Zuni Indians.
Zuñi Indians.
Description 163 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
©1962
Notes Published in 1949 under title: Patterns and ceremonials of the Indians of the Southwest.
Includes bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Another time dimension than ours -- The land and its Indian peoples -- The many-sideness and sophistication of the tribes -- Mountain peaks of the submerged social continent -- The Navajos -- The Pueblos -- The Taos Indians' sacred wilderness -- The Apaches -- Frank Hamilton Cushing and the Zuñis -- In world perspective.
Selected illustrations: Juanita and Tony Pena of San Ildefonso Pueblo -- Chee Dodge at Navajo Arts and Crafts Center -- Yei-bi-chai Ceremonial : painting by Harrison Begay -- Navajo weaver Daisy Tanglechee -- Navajo Tribal Council -- Deer dance of Zia Pueblo : painting by Vedine Shije Herrera (Ma-Pe-Wi) -- Santo Domingo corn dance : painting by Dorothy Brett -- In Mrs. Gerry Harvey's second grade at Taos Pueblo school -- Taos Governor Teofilo Romero, holding the canes signifying authority -- Taos Governor Seferino Martinez and Secretary Paul Bernal in New York -- Na-buash-i-ta, Apache medicine man -- In the fourth grade at Dulce, Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation -- Jicarilla Apache basket makers -- Shalako god and mudhead attendants : painting by Awa-Tsieh [that is, Awa Tsireh] -- Deer dance at Taos Pueblo : painting by Dorothy Brett.
Geographic Area Southwest, New
Network Numbers (OCoLC)271729
(OCoLC)ocm00271729
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Collier, John, 1884-1968.
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