STUDY OF PUEBLO ARCH PB
This book reprints the highly praised ground-breaking findings of Mindeleff, who worked with and learned from the pioneers of southwestern ethnography from 1881 to 1889. First published in 1891 as the Eighth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology.
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Ruins and inhabited villages of Tusayan
Ruins and inhabited villages of Cibola
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A Study of Pueblo Architecture in Tusayan and Cibola
Victor Mindeleff,Frederick Webb Hodge
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adobe ancient pueblo ANNUAL REPORT PL appear arrangement Awatubi beams building built Bureau Burrowing owl Canyon de Chelly ceremonial Chaco Chaco Canyon chimney clans cliff close clusters construction corner corrals Cosmos covered Cushing defensive door doorway dwellings early east edge Ethnology examples excavation feature feet finished fireplace floor ground plan Hano hatchway Hawikuh height holes Hopi Hopituh illustrated in Pl inches inclosures Indians interior irregular Kin-tiel kiva ladder Mashongnavi masonry mesa miles Mindeleff modern Moen-kopi Navajo Nutria occupied occur Ojo Caliente Oraibi outer wall oven Payupki Pescado phratries plaster poles portion present probably Pueblo architecture roof openings rooms rows rude ruins sandstone Second Mesa seen shows Shumopavi Shupaulovi Sichumovi side slabs Southwest Spanish stone story summit terrace Tewa tion traces traditions transom Tusayan and Cibola upper usually valley Victor village Walpi Zufii Zuni Zuni Pueblo