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Chelsea House Publishers, 1994. — 111 p. — (Indians of North America). — ISBN 0-7910-1637-4. The Hopi have lived in the present-day American Southwest since time immemorial. Their stunning pueblo architecture set in the rugged mountains and pristine desert has fascinated outsiders since the Spanish arrived in the 16th century searching for cities of gold. The Spanish tried to...
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University of New Mexico Press, 1970. — 160 p. A Hopi Indian will tell you that a kachina is a supernatural being who is impersonated by a man wearing a mask. Small wooden dolls carved in the likenesses of the various kachinas are used to help teach Hopi children the tribal religion and traditions. Each child receives a doll made especially for him by his male relatives. He...
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University of New Mexico Press, 1959. — 158 p. A Hopi Indian will tell you that a kachina is a supernatural being who is impersonated by a man wearing a mask. Small wooden dolls carved in the likenesses of the various kachinas are used to help teach Hopi children the tribal religion and traditions. Each child receives a doll made especially for him by his male relatives. He...
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Revised and Enlarged edition — University of New Mexico Press, 1990. — 202 p. First published in 1954, this fascinating study of the scope and complexity of the Kachina cult has for too long been out of print. In this revised edition, the author updates his rather gloomy predictions of thirty years ago that the Kachina rituals were in danger of dying out because modern pressures...
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Phoenix: Indian Tribal Series, 1971. — 107 p. Corn is the basis of all life, an old, traditional Hopi Indian said recently. This has been the belief of these farmers of northern Arizona's high mesas for more than one thousand years of occupancy in that beautiful but semi-arid region of the Southwest. Today the Hopi are "Pueblo Indians," living in compact stone villages atop three...
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University of California Press, 1994. — 530 p. Armin Geertz corrects what he sees as basic American and European tendencies to misrepresent non-Western cultures. Carefully documenting the historical role of prophecy in Hopi Indian religion, Geertz shows how prophecies about the end of the world have been created by the Hopi Traditionalist Movement and used by non-Indian movements,...
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University of California Press, 1994. — 530 p. Armin Geertz corrects what he sees as basic American and European tendencies to misrepresent non-Western cultures. Carefully documenting the historical role of prophecy in Hopi Indian religion, Geertz shows how prophecies about the end of the world have been created by the Hopi Traditionalist Movement and used by non-Indian movements,...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2008. — 168 p. The Hopi Nation reminds itself daily that it is “at the center” of life on the arid mesas of the Hopi Reservation in northeastern Arizona. It has been doing so for over 1000 years, and it will likely do so for many centuries to come. Hopi life is not an easy life, but it is a full and rewarding life. Read this book and enjoy a visual...
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San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1994. — 61 p. — (Native American Wisdom). — ISBN 0-8118-0430-5. Hopi: Following the Path of Peace is an illuminating introduction to the wisdom and philosophy of one of the most intriguing and influential Native American cultures. This exquisitely illustrated volume presents a concise account of the history of the Hopi and of the practice and...
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Chicago, Illinois: Heinemann Library, 2001. — 32 p. — (Picture the Past). — ISBN 1-57572-314-X. This book tells about life in a Hopi village from 1630 to 1700. Hopi villages were located in what we now call Arizona. The Hopi are Native Americans, the first people to live on the continent. We have illustrated the book with photographs of Hopi taken in the last 100 years. There are...
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Franklin Watts, 1994. — 63 p. — (A First Book). — ISBN 0-531-20098-1. The Hopi are a tribe of Pueblo Indians living in northeastern Arizona. In the 1500s Spanish explorers who found these native people noticed that they lived in villages that looked like Spanish towns. Because the word pueblo means "town" in Spanish, they called them Pueblo Indians. Although the different groups...
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Bridgestone Books, 2002. — 24 p. — (Native Peoples). — ISBN 0-7368-1102-8. Provides an overview of the past and present lives of the Hopi, covering their daily life, customs and beliefs, government, and more.
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Second Edition — Indiana University Press, 2003. — 194 p. Religion and Hopi Life tells the story of Hopi religious life in a way that makes sense to both Hopis and outsiders. In his interpretation of Hopi religion, John D. Loftin does not subject religious meaning to secular analysis. While not the Hopi’s own story, his account attempts to honor and do justice to the way in which...
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Indiana University Press, 1994. — 192 p. In this exploration of twentieth-century Hopi religious history and cultural change, John D. Loftin focuses on the interplay between Hopi myth and history, timelessness and the experience of time, continuity and change. His use of a historical-analytical framework, incorporating the Hopi understanding of myth and prophecy, provides a model...
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Penguin Books, 1996. — 400 p. For nearly a century the Elders of Hotevilla - a tiny village on a remote Hopi reservation in Arizona - have been guarding the secrets and prophecies of a thousand-year-old covenant that was created to ensure the well-being of the earth and its creatures. But the elders are dying, and there is no one left to pass on its remarkable teachings. Renowned...
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Narrated by Michael Lomatuway'ma, Lorena Lomatuway'ma, Sidney Namingha Jr., and Leslie Koyawena. Collected, translated, and edited by Ekkehart Malotki. With an introduction by E. N. Genovese. Illustrations by Ken Gary. — Bison Books, 1997. — 389 p. — ISBN 0-8032-8239-7. (In Hopi and English). The mysteries of sex—the wonder of sexual initiation, the sting of sexual desire, the...
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Northland Press in cooperation with the Museum of Noerthern Arizona, 1985. — 137 p. — ISBN 0-87358-386-8. The stories related in this little book represent the origin, myths and history of a group of Hopi clans. They carry us from the very beginning of things down to modern times. One might say that they are the "Old Testament" of these people. They tell of their origin, their...
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Johnson Books, 1994. — 272 p. Alexander M. Stephen, a self-taught anthropologist and an associate of Indian trader Thomas Keam, lived among the Hopi during the late nineteenth century. Having excellent rapport with the tribal elders, Stephen asked them the meaning of symbols on the pots he was collecting for Keam and recorded these interpretations in a catalogue entitled "Pottery...
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Chelsea Juniors, 1994. — 80 p. — (The Junior Library of American Indians). — ISBN 0-7910-1662-5. Past and present Hopi tradition empliasizes harmony in society and protection of the land. Hopis have lived continuously on their land in present-day Arizona and New Mexico for at least 10,000 years. When Spanish conquistadores arrived in 1540, they found the Hopis mining coal, farming...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2015. — 421 p. Emory Sekaquaptewa dedicated most of his life to promoting Hopi literacy and creating written materials to strengthen the language and lifeway of his people. He understood how intimately cultural ideas are embedded in language, and by transcribing and translating early recordings of katsina songs he helped strengthen the continuity...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2002. — 216 p. Whoever heard of a party at which the hosts lavishly give away presents, refusing to accept any gifts in return, keeping little for themselves? This is the custom of the Northern Athapaskan potlatch, a tradition that has long fascinated Americans. In Rifles, Blankets, and Beads, William E. Simeone explores the potlatch and its role in...
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Yale University Press, 2013. — 520 p. First published in 1942, "Sun Chief" is the autobiography of Hopi Chief Don C. Talayesva and offers a unique insider view on Hopi society. In a new Foreword, Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert situates the book within contemporary Hopi studies, exploring how scholars have used the book since its publication more than seventy years ago. The story of...
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Chicago: Childrens Press, 1992. — 48 p. — (A New True Book). — ISBN 0-516-01234-7. A brief history of the Hopi Indians describing their customs, religious beliefs, interactions with other tribes, and the changes modern civilization has brought to their traditional way of life.
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Penguin Books, 1977. — 345 p. In this "strange and wonderful book", (first published in 1963), some thirty elders of the ancient Hopi tribe of Northern Arizona freely reveal for the first time in written form the Hopi world-view of life. The Hopis have kept this view a secret for countless generations, and this book was made possible only as a result of their desire to record for...
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Penguin Books, 1977. — 345 p. In this "strange and wonderful book", (first published in 1963), some thirty elders of the ancient Hopi tribe of Northern Arizona freely reveal for the first time in written form the Hopi world-view of life. The Hopis have kept this view a secret for countless generations, and this book was made possible only as a result of their desire to record for...
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