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Eighth Annual Report
of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the
Smithsonian Institution, 1886-1887, Government Printing
Office, Washington, 1891

written by "Powell, John Wesley, 1834-1902"
...d in Navajo ceremonial to absorb disease 250, 251 Sand painting, Navajo ceremonial, learned by the Navajos from the Pueblos 236 colors used in 237 manner of laying on colors 239-248 disposition of sand after ceremony 241, 261, 264 description of 260, 261, 262, 264, 265 Sandstone used in pueblo construction, how quarried 225 San Felipe, return of Payupki to 41 San Juan, a Tewa pueblo 37 Santa Clara doubtfully identified with Kápung 37 Santo Domingo, settlement of the Asanyumu 30 Sash of rude construction in window openings 196 Sealing of doorways of pueblo buildings 110, 183-184, 198-201 Seats of stone in Tusayan kivas 132 Selenite used in pueblo windows 196, 197 Semisubterranean kivas of Tusayan 113 Seven cities of Cibola. See Cibola. Sheep, introduced into Tusayan 22 possessed by the Awatubi 50 introduction of, among the Pueblos 214 mountain, Navajo myth concerning 282-284 Shitáimu pueblo 28, 48, 49 Shelters in pueblo fields 60, 198, 217-219 Shelves, pueblo buildings 109, 173, 209 Shrine, Matsaki 86 court of Shupaulovi 71 court of Shumopavi 75 Tâaaiyalana 90 Shrines, pueblo 72, 148, 167 Shumopavi, Spanish mission established at 22 by whom built 27 removal of portion of Bear people from 27 description of 73-76 kivas of 113, 114, 137 primitive andiron at 176 piki stone at 176 fireplace and chimney of 176, 177 ground cooking-pit of 178 Shumopavi-Oraibi boundary stone 28 Shumopavi people, removal of, to mesa site 23 Shupaulovi, settlement of Paroquet and Ketchina peoples in 27 when established 29 settlement of Bear people at 30 settlement of the water people at 32 description of 71-73 mungkiva of, described 113 direction of k...

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