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1st Edition

Edward P. Dozier

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 1966
  • 114 Pages

Overview

This case study provides a look at Pueblo life as well as the historical forces which shaped the Pueblo communities of today. The author analyzes the relationships of White, Tewa Indians, and Hopi Indians.

Edward P. Dozier, University of Arizona

Foreword.
Introduction.
1. Rio Grande Homeland.
2. At Hopi.
3. Hano � The Tewa Community.
4. The Social Network.
5. Religion and Ritual.
6. Livelihood.
7. Perspective and Outlook.
Recommended Readings.
Orthographic Reading.
References.