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The Traditions of the Hopi by H. R. Voth


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CONTENTS.

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1. Origin Myth 1
2. Hurúing Wuhti and the Sun 5
3. coming of the Hopi from the Under-World 10
4. The Wanderings of the Hopi 16
5. The Origin of Some Oraíbi Clans 26
6. The Snake Myth 30
7. The Snake Myth 35
8. The Wanderings of the Bear Clan (Hon-Ñamu) 36
9. The Wanderings of the Spider Clan (Kóhkang-Ñamu) 38
10. The Origin of the Yáyaatu Society 41
11. The Origin of Some Mishóngnovi Clans 47
12. The Destruction of Palátkwapi 48
13. The Revenge of the Katcinas 63
14. How the Circle (Póngo) Katcina and his Wife became Stars 65
15. The Kokóshori Katcina and the Shongópavi Maiden 71
16. How Ball-Head (Tatciqtö) Wedded an Oraíbi Maiden 73
17. The Ahö'li and the other Wálpi Katcinas 77
18. The Two War Gods and the Two Maidens 81
19. The Pöokónghoyas and the Cannibal Monster 82
20. Pöokónghoya and his Brother as Thieves 84
21. How the Pö'okongs destroyed Cóoyoko and his Wife 86
22. How Pö'okong Killed the Bear 89
23. The Pö'okongs Attend a Dance 90
24. How Pö'okong Won a Bride 92
25. How the Antelope Maiden was Reconciled 99
26. The Pö'okongs and the Bálölöokong 102
27. How the Yellow Corn-Ear Maiden became a Bull Snake 105
28. A Journey to the Skeleton House 109
29. Journey to the Skeleton House 114
30. Skeleton Woman and the Hunter 120
31. Másauwuu Marries a Maiden 122
32. Másauwuu and the Háno Hunters 123
33. The Two Yáyaponchatu trade in Oraíbi 123
34. The Kóhonino Hunter 124
35. The White Corn-Ear Maiden and the Sorcerers 126
36. Watermelon-Rind Woman (Hölö'kö'p Wuhti) 131
37. The Youth and Maiden who Played Hide and Seek for their Life 136
38. The Maiden who Stole the Youth's Costume 141
39. The Two Pueblo Maidens who were Married to the Night 143
40. How Hiyónatitiwa Defeated the Plan of his Enemies 146
41. The Shongópavi Maiden who Turned into a Dog 150
42. The Blind Man and the Lame Man 151
43. Big Head and Goat Horn 153

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44. Kavúshkavuwnöm and Shovíviounöm 153
45, How the Children of Pivánhonkapi Obtained Permission to Catch Birds 154
46. The Jug Boy 155
47. The Crow as a Spirit of Evil 156
48. The Maiden and the Coyote 157
49. Chórzhvûk'íqölö and the Eagles 159
50. The Hawk and the Child 167
51. Múvingwa, the Two Oraíbi Children, and the Humming-Bird 169
52. The Kalátötö who Wished to have Hair on his Head 172
53. The Child who Turned into an Owl 173
54. The Children and the Lizards 175
55. The Rooster, the Mocking-bird, and the Maiden 176
56. The Toad and the Snow Katcinas 180
57. The Locust that Came to Life while Being Roasted 181
58. The Coyote and the Turtles 182
59. The Water Serpent and the Coyote 184
60. The Coyote and the Balölöokong (Water Serpent) 187
61. Bálölöokongwuu and the Coyote 187
62. The Coyote and the Frog 189
63. The Coyote, the Bat, and the Humming-Bird 189
64. The Coyote and the Humming-Bird 102
65. How the Coyote was Deceived by the Wren 193
66. The Áahtu and the Coyote 194
67. The Coyote and the Turtle-Dove 195
68. The Coyote and the Blue Jays 196
69. The Coyote and the Eagle 198
70. The Coyote and the Red Eagle 198
71. The Coyote and the Turkeys 199
72. The Chíro and the Coyote 201
73. The Coyote and the Porcupine 202
74. The Coyote and the Badger 204
75. The Badger and the Coyote 206
76. The Badger, the Coyote, and the Kóhonino Maiden 207
77. The Coyote and the Kókontu Maiden 210
78. The Coyote and the Grasshopper 211
79. The Coyote and the Grasshopper 212
8o. The Three Maidens and the Coyote 213
81. How the Coyotes had a Katcina Dance 215
82. The Coyote and his Prey 216
83. The Bull-Snake and the Tcû'vo 216
84. The Snakes and the Locusts 217
85. The Squirrel and the Chipmunk 221
86. A Bet Between the Cóoyoko and the Fox 222
87. The Little Gray Mice and the Little Brown Mice 223
88. The Badger and the Small Gray Mice 224
89. The Badger and the Small Gray Mice 228
90. The Mice, the Owl, and the Hawk 229
91. The Sparrow Hawk and the Hâ'kwâ 230
92. The Sparrow-Hawk and the Grasshopper 231

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93. The Crow and the Hawk 232
94. The Red Eagle's Song 234
95. The Red Eagle and the Owl 234
96. The Bee and the Ásya 235
97. The Grasshoppers and the Oraíbi Maiden 236
93. How the Beetles Produced Rain 238
99. Why the Ants are so Thin 239
100. Lâ'vövölvipiki And Nö'nvövölpiki 239
101. The Destruction of Pivánhonkapi 241
102. The Destruction of Sikyátki 244
103. The Destruction of Aovátovi 246
104. The Destruction of Aovátovi 254
105. How an Oraíbi Chief Punished his People 255
106. A Katcina Race Contest between the Wálpi and the Oraíbi 256
107. The Last Fight with the Navaho 258
108. A Hopi Raid on a Navaho Dance 266
109. A Raid on the Hopi Villages 267
110. The Early Spanish Missions at Oraíbi 268
Abstracts 273

 


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