Final Report of Investigations Among the Indians of the Southwestern United States: Carried on Mainly in the Years from 1880 to 1885 ... By A. F. Bandelier, Parts 1-2

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J. Wilson and son., 1890 - 914 pàgines
 

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Pàgina 191 - ... no consientan ni den lugar a que los indios vecinos y moradores de las dichas Islas y Tierra Firme, ganadas y por ganar, reciban agravio alguno en sus personas y bienes: mas manden que sean bien y justamente tratados, y si algún agravio han recibido, lo remedien, y provean de manera que no se exceda cosa alguna lo que por las letras apostólicas de la dicha concesión nos es inyungido y mandado.
Pàgina 195 - Yten ordenamos y mandamos que de aquí adelante por ninguna causa de guerra ni otra alguna, aunque sea so título de rebelión ni por rescate ni de otra manera no se pueda hacer esclavo indio alguno : y queremos que sean tratados como vasallos nuestros de la Corona de Castilla, pues lo son.
Pàgina 461 - Walker, an old resident of the vicinity of Casa Grande, who has been to me personally an excellent friend and valuable informant, told me this tale: " ' The Gila Pimas claim to have been created on the banks of the river. After residing there for some time a great flood came that destroyed the tribe, with the exception of one man, called Ci-ho. He was of small stature and became the ancestor of the present Pimas. The tribe, beginning to grow In numbers, built the villages now in ruins and also spread...
Pàgina 461 - The tribe, beginning to grow in numbers, built the villages now in ruins and also spread to the north bank of the river. But there appeared a monstrous eagle, which, occasionally assuming the shape of an old woman, visited the pueblos and stole women and children, carrying them to his abode in an inaccessible cliff. On one occasion the eagle seized a girl with the intention of making of her his wife. Ci-ho thereupon went to the cliff, but found it impossible to climb. The girl, who was still alive,...
Pàgina 190 - Katishtya on the mesa; but the same cannot be said of the siege, which the pueblo is reported to have withstood afterwards. The Cochiti Indians followed the Franciscan, whom they intended to murder, for a short distance, but withdrew as soon as they saw that he was beyond their reach. Then they abandoned their pueblo, and retired to the mountains, not to the Potrero Viejo, but to the more distant gorges and crests of the Valles range.
Pàgina 289 - In this system of life the starting point is man, the most finished yet the lowest organism, actually the lowest, because the most dependent and least mysterious. In just as far as an organism, actual or imaginary, resembles his, it is believed to be related to him, and correspondingly mortal. In just as far as it is mysterious is it considered removed from him, further advanced, powerful and immortal. It thus happens that the animals, because alike mortal and endowed with similar physical functions...
Pàgina 150 - pueblo ruin where the mountain lions lie', referring to [28:27] (kd'-matsgfoma 'pueblo ruin' <Jk<ifmatx% 'settlement', forna 'old'). Cf. Tewa (1), Jemez (2), Eng. (4), Span. (5). A very interesting find was made at this pueblo in 1885, by Governor L. Bradford Prince of New Mexico, who obtained a number of stone idols, rudely carved human figures, some of them of large size, belonging to the kind called by the Queres Yap-a-shi.1 The name of Pueblo of the Yap-a-shi has accordingly been applied to the...
Pàgina 294 - It also shows one angle, which ' is substantially, but not exactly, a right angle ; and it was so adjusted that the long edge was on the doorway, and short one in the wall of a chamber or apartment, with the right angle at the corner between them. This stone was evidently prepared by fracture, probably with a stone maul, and the regularity of the breakage was doubtless partly due to skill and partly to accident. It shows no marks of the chisel or the drove, or of having been rubbed, and where the...
Pàgina 253 - Eg el primer pueblo del valle de las Salinas [29:110]'.] The inhabitants of Chilili say that metates and arrowheads are still occasionally found. I noticed some black and red potsherds, and later I saw a handsomely decorated water urn, well preserved and ornamented with symbols of the rain, the tadpole, and of fish, painted black on cream-colored ground, which had been exhumed at Chilili. It is in possession of the Hon. RE Twitchell of Santa Fe. The brook running through Chilili extends only about...
Pàgina 212 - VALLEY 205 mesas he discovered a third pueblo, recently built there by the people of Santo Domingo, who had joined the Jemez tribe upon the approach of the Spaniards. That village is said to have been situated three leagues farther north...

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