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The Oraibi Flute Altar
Notes and References
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2ℐour. Amer. Eth. and Arch. vol. ii. p. 116.
2ℐour. Amer. Eth. and Arch. vol. iv. p. 27.
3Tusayan New Färe Ceremony. Proc. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., 1894
1This reference contains 4 citations:
- "A Suggestion as to the Meaning of the Moki Snake Dance." ℐournal of American Folk-Lore, vol. iv. No. xiii.
- "A Study of Summer Ceremonials at Zuñi and Moqui Pueblos." Bull. Essex Inst. vol. xxii. Nos. 7, 8, 9.
- "A Few Summer Ceremonials at the Tusayan Pueblos." ℐour. Amer. Eth. and Arch. vol. ii. No. i. pp. 108-150. 1892.
- The Walpi Flute Observance; A Study of Primitive Dramatization." ℐour- nal of American Folk-Lore, vol. vii. No. xxvi. 1894.
1"Snake Ceremonials at Walpi," Jour. Amer. Eth. and Arch. vol. iv.
2This reference contains 4 citations:
- "Snake Dance of the Moquis," New York Herald, Nov. 11, 1894
- "Mouth- fuls of Rattlesnakes," San Francisco Examiner, Oct. 21, 1894
- "The Moqui Ser- pent Dance," St. Louis Republican, Nov. 7, 1894
- "Among the Moquis," Boston Daily Traveler, Nov. 7, 1894.
3" The Moqui Snake Dance," Amer. Antiquarian, vol. xvii. No. 4, 1895