Hopi stories of witchcraft, shamanism, and magic /

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Main Author: Malotki, Ekkehart.
Other Authors: Gary, Ken.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c2001.
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245 1 0 |a Hopi stories of witchcraft, shamanism, and magic /  |c Ekkehart Malotki and Ken Gary ; illustrations by Karen Knorowski. 
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300 |a lvii, 290 p. :  |b ill. ;  |c 24 cm. 
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505 0 |a The stories. The boy who encountered the jimsonweed and four o'clock girls -- The man who was buried alive -- How old spider woman came to the rescue of the Yaya't -- The boy who wanted to be a medicine man -- The Tsa'kwayna death spirits -- The fate of Pongoktsina and his wife -- The man who traveled to Maski, home of the dead, to bring back his wife -- The Yaya't and their feats -- An Oraibi boy's visit to Maski, home of the dead -- The snake clan boy and the sorcerers -- The man who was married to a witch -- How Coyote came to visit Maski, home of the dead -- The So'yoko Orge and his wife --How Somaykoli came to Shungopavi -- The boy who was born from a dead mother-- 
505 0 |a Kotsoylaptiyo and the sorcerers -- How the snake ceremony came to Oraibi -- The boy who became a deer -- The woman who gave birth to the seeds -- The creation of the morning and evening star -- How the Pöqangw brothers stole the lightning -- The poor boy who wanted a horse -- How the Pöqangw brothers found their father -- The water vessel boy -- A famine at Oraibi -- How the Zunis killed the Hehey'a kachinas -- Yaapontsa, the wind god -- So'yoko and the Shungopavis -- The witch owl -- The gambling boy who married a bear girl. 
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