7 edition of Tales of the Cochiti Indians found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ruth Benedict ; introduction by Alfonso Ortiz.|
|Series||Bulletin (Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology) ;, 98.|
|LC Classifications||E99.C84 B4 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||81016426|
Supernatural messengers took him out of his body and returned him to it just as it had been made ready for burial. They find such a deer and the drought ends p. Only Corncob Boy is given corn and an inexhaustible bowl of water, and is told to be generous to the people in their need. When the boy outdistanced him he threw his long obsidian knife at him and killed him. At the present time he is a dancer and choreographer. Meet extraordinary women who dared to bring gender equality and other issues to the forefront.
In return Naotsete challenged her to name the rattlesnake who had similarly left tracks on the meal road; she did so and won rattlesnake to belong to her. Good G : Average used book with all pages present. The texts also show the darker side of traditional Southwestern life, where suspicion of malign witchcraft could lead to dire consequences; and the incessant low-level conflict with adjacent tribes, in this case, the Navajo. Fair FR : Obviously well-worn, but no text pages missing.
Could be an unopened promotional or cut item. They came through the gateway of the rainbow and before they came out they had each received from Masewa instructions as to where they were to settle in this world pp. That is why it is necessary to go so far for salt. May show remainder marks.
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Uretsete then withdrew to Shipap, counselling her people against disputes. Her sister tore open her chest and removed her heart. A squirrel ran in among the katcinas at a basket dance, and frightened them so that they ran away and could not be found.
Possible loose bindings, highlighting, cocked spine or torn dust jackets. Good G : Average used book with all pages present. In those days when they danced the footprints of the people and their turkeys remained as landmarks p. She stopped. They demanded that the men of San Felipe surrender him to them.
The people of Cochiti lived at San Miguel. One of the men was chosen to put the stars in the sky.
The river covered that site with floods when it was high, and they asked the Spanish for a Tales of the Cochiti Indians book place, on the west side of the river. It functions for them also at birth, death, etc.
At last Kotcimanyako thought she would peep in and see what she was carrying. In Pueblo culture, women are considered the equal of men, and these tales show women exercising choice in their lives, engaging in specialized occupations, Tales of the Cochiti Indians book taking action when wronged.
They jump when a kernel pops the description of the other three rooms was obviously omitted. Our Mother called, "Kotcimanyako, come here," and she gave her a little bag made of white hand-woven cotton to carry on her back. The priest said to them, "Gather your jars and I will fill them.
The people of Cochiti continue to retain their native language of Keres. Therefore the remnants of the people of Pecos who live in Santo Domingo now have the Puyatc Society p. Her long-standing interest in Japanese culture bore fruit in The Chrysanthemum and the Sword Masewa led them to Cochiti and after all the people had enjoyed the dance, the colors of the directions were assigned to the koshare in the house of the Flint Society p.
But they quarrelled, and in consequence, they were decimated by illness. He had a baby son Payatamu, a; a son-in-law Corncob Boy, b and when he took him to his field he knocked off the antlers of the deer just appearing from the ground, a, b.
There the bishop in Mexico had a message from the Pope in Spain which told the priest to return to the pueblo of San Felipe.
The descendants of one mother went together with one headman. It is full of Christian elements. Heluta lives in Shipap p. In Shipap also Heluta imprisons the deer until they are let out over the world for the use of man p.
Poor P : Obviously well-worn and handled.Wanting to read “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee”, but lacking the courage to start such a devastating read, I purchased this book by the same author a few years ago.I thought it would “ease me in”.
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