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El Palacio Navaho women's knowledge of their song ceremonials Kluckhohn 1938
El Palacio Navaho woman's knowledge of their song ceremonials Kluckholn 1938
El Palacio Navaho woman's knowledge of their song ceremonials Kluckholn 1938
El Palacio Food animals of the Navajo Elmore 1938
El Palacio An ancient food plant of the Southwest and plateau regions Jones 1938
El Palacio An ancient food plant of the Southwest and plateau regions Jones 1938
El Palacio An ancient food plant of the Southwest and plateau regions Jones 1938
El Palacio An ancient food plant of the Southwest and plateau regions Jones 1938
El Palacio How the Navajo adopt rites Newcomb 1939
El Palacio New written language for Navajo 1940
El Palacio Navajo house types Corbett 1940
El Palacio Why the Coyote has a black spot on his tail Milford 1941
El Palacio Why the coyote has a black spot on his tail Milford 1941
El Palacio The Navaho wind way ceremonial Dutton 1941
El Palacio Seven Zuni folk tales Risser 1941
El Palacio A native Southwestern tea plant Jones 1942
El Palacio A native Southwestern tea plant Jones 1942
El Palacio Navaho silversmithing survives Neumann 1943
El Palacio Introduction to Zuni fetishism Kirk 1943
El Palacio Introduction to Zuni fetishism Kirk 1943
El Palacio Introduction to Zuni fetishism Kirk 1943
El Palacio Introduction to Zuni fetishism Kirk 1943
El Palacio Introduction to Zuni fetishism Kirk 1943
El Palacio The abondonment of the Sna Juan region Reed 1944
El Palacio Navaho tribal council meeting 1944
El Palacio Southwestern Indian jewelry Kirk 1945
El Palacio Southwestern Indian jewelry Kirk 1945
El Palacio Southwestern Indian Jewelry Kirk 1945
El Palacio Southwestern Indian Jewelry Kirk 1945
El Palacio Legends of three Navaho games Eubank 1945
El Palacio Legends of three Navaho games Eubank 1945
El Palacio The future of Navajo silversmithing Neumann 1946
El Palacio Navajo place names in Gallup, New Mexico Young 1947
El Palacio Navajo place names in Gallup, New Mexico Morgan 1947
El Palacio An easterner visits the Shalako Schlater 1947
El Palacio An eastern visits the Shalako Schlater 1947
El Palacio What's in a name? Young 1948
El Palacio The western pueblo archaeological complex Reed 1948
El Palacio The western pueblo archaeological complex Reed 1948
El Palacio The dating of early Mogollon horizons Reed 1948
El Palacio The 1947 reconnaissance and the proposed upper Gila expedition of the Peabody Museum of Harvard University Danson 1948
El Palacio Navajo blankets, 1826 Ries 1948
El Palacio Indian Arts Fund collection of paintings Tanner 1948
El Palacio A note on the derivation of the squash blossom, used by the Navajo Indians as an element of design in necklaces. Neumann 1948
El Palacio A note on the derivation of the squash blossom, used by the Navajo Indians as an element of design in necklaces Neumann 1948
El Palacio The significance of skull deformation in the Southwest Reed 1949
El Palacio The place of scalps in Cocopa warfare Kelly 1949
El Palacio Northeastern Arizona textiles of problematical origin Emery 1949
El Palacio Modern developments in Indian jewelry Neumann 1950
El Palacio Byron Cummings Ellis 1950
El Palacio Buffalo hunting fetish Kirk 1950
El Palacio Turkeys in the Southwestern archaeology Reed 1951
El Palacio Turkeys in Southwestern archaeology Reed 1951
El Palacio Turkeys in Southwestern archaeology Reed 1951
El Palacio The Navajo sacred mountain of the east - a controversy Sleight 1951