Kachina Zuni Kachinas
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- the Kachina Doll. Kachinas originate from the religious and spiritual beliefs of the Pueblo Indians, in particular the Hopi and the Zuni.
- Indigenous peoples, biodiversity related knowledge, protected areas
- Journal of Political Ecology. Vol. 12, 2005.
- Southwest Desert Indians video
- KACHINAS. Kachina dolls were carved out wood by the Zuni and Hopi tribes.
- WAS WE'WHA A HOMOSEXUAL?
- and the unofficial Zuni Michelangelo, has been painting murals of Zuni kachinas, or gods, for the past twenty years.
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- Kachina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A kachina is a spirit being in western Pueblo cosmology and religious practices.
- Amazon.com: Classic Hopi and Zuni Kachina Figures
- Amazon.com: Classic Hopi and Zuni Kachina Figures (9780890134832): Andrea Back. Hopi Kachinas: The Complete Guide to Collecting...
- Hopi & Zuni Kachina Dolls
- Kachinas are an integral part of Hopi and Zuni life. Authentic Kachina carvings ( or dolls) will always be carved from Cottonwood root.
- Adding a Breath to Zuni Life
- He began the project by painting the kachinas of Sha'La/Ko'.
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