Image from page 145 of “Hopi Katcinas drawn by native artists” (1904)
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Title: Hopi Katcinas drawn by native artists
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Fewkes, Jesse Walter, 1850-1930 Hodge, Frederick Webb, 1864-1956. fmo Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. fmo Huntington Free Library. fmo
Subjects: Kachinas Hopi Indians Hopi mythology
Publisher: Washington : Government Printing Office
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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GOTO lORAiBh 90 H(.)P1 KATCINAS [eth. axn. 21 KOKYAN WtjQTl(Plate XXIX) When the Putikoii katcinas danced ia the Aiikwanti there accom-panied the dancers a personation called So wtiqti, Grandmother woman,and as the grandmother of Piiukofi is Kokyan wuqti (Spider woman),So wiiqti is supposed to be another name for this being. The mask is perfectly black, with yellow crescentic eyes and whitehair. She wears a dark-l)lue blanket, over which is a white cere-monial blanket with rain-cloud and butteiflj sj^mbols. She carries asprig of pine in each hand. PtJVKOX KATCIXA(Plate XXIX) The picture of Piiiikoii kattina * has a black mask surmounted bj^a netted war bonnet, with two eagle tail f eatheis attached to the apex.There is a small conical extension on top of this bonnet, the usualdistinguishing feature of the lesser war god. The figure has a white blanket about the body which is paintedblack, and wears a white kilt with rain clouds embroidered on themargins. The hose are made of an open-w
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