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Exhibition: Portraits of American Indians: Comprising the Blackfeet Indians of Montana and The Pueblo Indians of New Mexico By Langdon W. Kihn
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Exhibition: Portraits of American Indians: Comprising the Blackfeet Indians of Montana and The Pueblo Indians of New Mexico
Frisco Okie: Indian Blood Along the Dust Bowl Trail By Remington Cox
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Remington Cox, a liberal from foggy San Francisco, is way out of his comfort zone in the arid Southwest, dodging heat stroke, lightning, and prickly Republicans. He’s on a reverse migration... More > along the Dust Bowl trail, searching for the truth about his Native American ancestors. Armed with an ominous warning from a mystic and a game plan courtesy of CouchSurfing, Cox shuns the tourist traps for the local haunts. From Flagstaff to Albuquerque, Santa Fe to Taos, and Dallas to Oklahoma City, he hooks up with a mountain man, a bottle-cap artist, and Cherokee, Cheyenne-Arapaho and Tesuque Pueblo Indians. But at the end of the road, it is an 85-year-old relative named Junior who could uncover the secret of Cox’s heritage.< Less
Frisco Okie: Indian Blood Along the Dust Bowl Trail By Remington Cox
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Remington Cox, a liberal from foggy San Francisco, is way out of his comfort zone in the arid Southwest, dodging heat stroke, lightning, and prickly Republicans. He’s on a reverse migration... More > along the Dust Bowl trail, searching for the truth about his Native American ancestors. Armed with an ominous warning from a mystic and a game plan courtesy of couchsurfing.com, Cox shuns the tourist traps for the local haunts. From Flagstaff to Albuquerque, Santa Fe to Taos, and Dallas to Oklahoma City, he hooks up with a mountain man, a bottle-cap artist, and Cherokee, Cheyenne-Arapaho and Tesuque Pueblo Indians. But at the end of the road, it is an 85-year-old relative named Junior who could uncover the secret of Cox’s heritage.< Less
A Study of Pueblo Pottery as Illustrative of Zuni Culture Growth. Fourth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1882-83, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1886, pages 467-522 By Frank Hamilton Cushing
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Frank Hamilton Cushing (July 22, 1857 in North East Township,... More > Erie County, Pennsylvania – April 10, 1900 in Washington DC) was an American anthropologist and ethnologist. He made pioneering studies of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico by entering into their culture; his work helped establish participant observation as a common anthropological research strategy.Cushing was born in North East, Pennsylvania. He later moved with his family to western New York. As a boy he took an interest in the Native American artifacts in the surrounding countryside and taught himself how to knap flint (make arrowheads and such from flint). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Hamilton_Cushing< Less
Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections Obtained from the Pueblos of Zuni, New Mexico, and Wolpi, Arizona, in 1881 Third Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1881-82, Government Printing Office, Washing By James Stevenson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Colonel James D. Stevenson (1840–1888) was an executive... More > officer of the U.S. Geological Survey and a self-taught geologist, naturalist and anthropologist. His geological surveys included Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming and Utah. Stevenson Island in Wyoming was named after him as a result of his assistance to Dr. Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden in the Hayden Geological Survey of 1871.Stevenson's wife was the American ethnologist Matilda Coxe Stevenson (1849-1915, m. 1872). She helped James prepare reports, analyses, and catalogs of the collection that were later published in the Bureau of Ethnology Annual Reports, as James disliked writing reports and was described as lacking the creative mind and discipline needed for writing. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Stevenson_(geologist)< Less
A Study of Pueblo Architecture: Tusayan and Cibola Eighth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1886-1887, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1891, pages 3-228 By Victor Mindeleff
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The Franciscan By John Cowart
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Ramon kills the man who murdered his fiancée and flees to the New World disguised as a Franciscan Friar. In Mexico, he lives a life of debauchery, but when his girlfriend attempts suicide,... More > and he repents and vows to take his religion seriously and become a holy monk. His superiors send him to New Mexico to carry Catholicism to the Indians. Once there, he discovers that the Spanish soldiers are abusing the Indians and the pastor at the Pecos Pueblo is sexually abusing the boys.< Less
MEDICINE OF THE WHITE OWL By Donna Simko & Wendy Padilla
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Destiny is about to rush through the sleepy village of San Ramon forever changing the face of the American Southwest in 1850 as Apache, Pueblo, American and Spanish cultures collide, igniting... More > Northern New Mexico. With the collapsing of a silver mine in Northern Mexico, an urgent need for workers is created, sparking the Southwest slave trade. Thrust into the middle of this, the children of the mission in San Ramon realize they are in danger, and to survive they discover allies in unexpected places. An injured child from the mission seeks refuge in an ancient shaman’s cave where she discovers the power of the Owl . . . the ability to see truth in darkness. Rescued by a medicine woman from a local Pueblo, the child grows in wisdom. The child returns with her new found wisdom and aids the children of the mission who will have to choose between the values taught by the controlling Father Alcazar and the spiritual values of the Pueblo. There will be no middle ground.< Less
MEDICINE OF THE WHITE OWL By Donna Simko & Wendy Padilla
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Destiny is about to rush through the sleepy village of San Ramon forever changing the face of the American Southwest in 1850 as Apache, Pueblo, American and Spanish cultures collide, igniting... More > Northern New Mexico. With the collapsing of a silver mine in Northern Mexico, an urgent need for workers is created, sparking the Southwest slave trade. Thrust into the middle of this, the children of the mission in San Ramon realize they are in danger, and to survive they discover allies in unexpected places. An injured child from the mission seeks refuge in an ancient shaman’s cave where she discovers the power of the Owl . . . the ability to see truth in darkness. Rescued by a medicine woman from a local Pueblo, the child grows in wisdom. The child returns with her new found wisdom and aids the children of the mission who will have to choose between the values taught by the controlling Father Alcazar and the spiritual values of the Pueblo. There will be no middle ground.< Less
Material Traces of the Rainhouse: Anthropology and Archeology Investigations of a Native American Landscape in the Tularosa Basin By Joan E. Price, M.F.A.
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Written for the lay person, this easy-to-read compilation of published news stories about archaeological and anthropological projects, professional interpretations and photographs demonstrates that... More > the earliest people of the Tularosa Basin contributed key cultural elements equal to the northern Anasazi cultures in the development and evolution of the vast network of ancestral sites of contemporary Pueblo communities. While this view is not well known, author Joan E. Price offers an documentary and photographic interpretation to the cadre of professionals who are pioneering this new view of Mesoamerican influence into the American Southwest.< Less

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