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The idea of fertilization in the culture of the Pueblo Indians: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Haeberlin, HK: Place Published: Lancaster, PA: Publisher: American Anthropological Association: Year: Keywords: Fertility cults – Arizona, Fertility cults – New Mexico, Pueblo Indians – Religion, Pueblo Indians – Rites and ceremonies.
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PART The Ethno-Botany of the Gosiute Indians of Utah. CHAMBERLIN. PART Pottery of the Pajarito Plateau and of Some Adjacent Regions in New Mexico. KIDDER. VOL. 3, NUMBER The Idea of Fertilization in the Culture of the Pueblo Indians.
HAEBERLIN. NUMBER The Indians of Cuzco and the Apurimac. FERRIS. The Hopi sometimes give Grand Canyon as the locality. This place of emergence is associated in the religion of the Pueblos with ideas of parturition and fertilization.
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