Pueblo Indian Religion
The author gives an integrated picture of the complex religious and social life in the pueblos. Volume 2 presents an extensive body of solstice, installation, initiation, war, weather, curing, kachina, , and planting and harvesting ceremonies, as well as games, animal dances, and offerings to the dead. A review of Pueblo ceremonies from tow to town considers variations and borrowings. Today, a half century after its original publication, this book remains central to studies of Pueblo religious life.
1275 pp — ©1996