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James N. Layne Cradle Katsina

Catalog References

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Arizona. 244 pp.

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Brooklyn Museum. 1991. Six kachina doll cards. Brooklyn Museum and Dover Publications.

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Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 150 pp.

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Hopi. Avanyu Publishing Inc., Albuquerque, NM. 194 pp.

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on the Hopi Kachina cult. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New M.exico. 202


Erickson, J. T. 1978. Kachinas an evolving art form? Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.

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Went to the Northeast and Tonto Basin). Hopi-Salado Cultural Affiliation Study. Hopi

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