Ceremonial Costumes of the Pueblo Indians

  PREFACE
  AUTHOR'S PREFACE
  INTRODUCTION
  NOTE ON PRONUNCIATION OF INDIAN WORDS AND PHRASES

 collapse sectionPART ONE  THE PUEBLOS, THEIR HISTORY AND PRESENT LIFE
 History
 expand sectionLocation of Pueblos
 Climate
 Social Customs
 Architecture
 Agriculture
 Pottery
 expand sectionDress
 Communal Life
 Government
 Manners
 expand sectionReligion
 Ceremonial Calendar
 The Influence of the Catholic Church

 collapse sectionPART TWO  COSTUME MATERIALS AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE
 expand sectionFabrication of Cloth
 Preparation of Skins
 collapse sectionFeathers
 Macaw.
 Turkey.
 Eagle.
 Duck.
 Crow and owl.
 expand sectionNature Forms
 expand sectionDecoration

 collapse sectionPART THREE  DETAILED ANALYSES OF PARTS OF COSTUMES
 Body Paint
 Mantles
 expand sectionBody Garments
 expand sectionLeg Coverings
 expand sectionArm Ornaments
 expand sectionAccessories
 expand sectionDance Properties
 Make-up
 Headdresses
 expand sectionMasks

 collapse sectionPART FOUR  COSTUMES IN RELATION TO THE PRAYER DRAMA
 Origin of Ceremonial Costume
 Fundamental Ceremonial Costume
 expand sectionCostumes for Impersonations
 expand sectionComparison of Style
 Ceremonial Powamu, Hopi
 Ceremonial Kokochi, Zuñi
 expand sectionClowns

  APPENDIX
 expand sectionNotes
  BIBLIOGRAPHY

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