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Fewkes Ancient bread of Arizona 1924
Fewkes Ancient pueblo and Medxican water symbol 1904
Fewkes A-wa-to bi: an archeological verification of a Tusayan legend 1893
Fewkes Death of a celebrated Hopi 1899
Fewkes Elden Pueblo 1926
Fewkes Hopi ceremonial frames from Canon de Chelly 1906
Fewkes Hopi shrines near the East Mesa, Arizona 1906
Fewkes Hopi snake washing 1898
Fewkes Minor Hopi festivals 1902
Fewkes Morphology of Tusayan altars 1897
Fewkes On certain personages who appear in a Tusayan ceremony 1894
Fewkes Pacific coast shells from prehistoric Tusayan pueblos 1896
Fewkes Property-right in eagles among the Hopi 1900
Fewkes Pueblo ruins near Flagstaff, Arizona 1900
Fewkes Pueblo ruins near Flagstaff, Arizona. A preliminary notice 1900
Fewkes The aloska cult of the Hopi Indians 1899
Fewkes The feather symbol in ancient Hopi designs 1898
Fewkes The feather symbol in ancient Hopi designs 1898
Fewkes The kinship of a Tanoan-speaking community in Tusayan 1894
Fewkes The kinship of the Tusayan villagers 1894
Fewkes The lesser new-fire ceremony at Walpi 1901
Fewkes The Mam-zrau-ti: a Tusayan ceremony 1892
Fewkes The new-fire ceremony at Walpi 1900
Fewkes The Owakulti altar at Sichomovi pueblo 1901
Fewkes The prehistoric culture of Tusayan 1896
Fewkes The prehistoric culture of Tusayan 1896
Fewkes The prehistoric culture of Tusayan 1896
Fewkes The sun's influence on the form of Hopi pueblos 1906
Fewkes The sun's influence on the form of Hopi pueblos 1906
Fewkes The winter solstice altars at Hano pueblo 1899
Fewkes The winter solstice ceremony at Walpi 1898
Fewkes The winter solstice ceremony at Walpi 1898
Fewkes Two ruins recently discovered in the red rock country, Arizona 1896