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  • Alaskans and blanket weaving
  • 15, 16
    • Algert, C. H., Company
  • 160
      • reliable dealers
  • 206, 207
    • American Museum of Natural History, N. Y., collection of blankets
  • 32, 35, 37, 156, 164
      • specimen of weaving in colors
  • 80
    • Amerinds, VI
  • 9, 17
    • Aniline dyes and dyeing
  • 48, 55, 65, 66
    • Baize, English (Spanish bayeta)
  • 26-28
    • Bartlett, John Russell, on the Navaho and his blanket
  • 22
    • Basketry, origin of
  • VII
      • baskets as human documents
  • 72, 73
      • two-faced baskets
  • 114
      • Kachina baskets
  • 139
    • Bayeta and the bayeta blanket
  • 25-36, 39, 40, 51
      • dyeing
  • 29, 30
      • squaw dresses
  • 39, 40, 117, 118
    • Belts, garters, and hair bands
  • 130-135
    • Benham, A. M., and J. W., Indian traders
  • 52, 207
    • Berard, Father, quoted on blanket designs
  • 72, 120, 126-129
      • classifies names of blankets
  • 116-119
      • different styles of blanket-weaving
  • III, 112
      • blessing of the hogan
  • 6
      • native dyes and dyeing
  • 66-69
      • Navaho name
  • 182, 183
      • Navaho census
  • 181
      • Navaho religion
  • 184-188
      • present-day blankets
  • 59, 155
    • Birth and growth of the art of Navaho blanket-weaving
  • 8-19
    • Blankets and aniline dyes
  • 48, 55, 65, 66
      • bayeta
  • 25-36, 39, 40, 51
      • „chief's,„
  • 32, 36
      • ChimayÓ
  • 167-173
      • classification
  • 143-158
      • cleaning
  • 174
      • color significance and symbolism
  • 60-64
      • common
  • 147-149
      • designs, origin, and symbolism
  • 72-102
      • on modern blankets
  • 120-129, 146
      • dyes and dyeing
  • 28-33, 39, 65-71, 170
      • early history of the Navaho
  • 20-24
      • extras
  • 153-155
      • Germantown
  • 157, 158
      • human documents
  • 72, 80, 145
      • imitation
  • 159-163
      • Kachina
  • 139-142
      • names of
  • 116-119
      • native wools, old style
  • 37, 38
      • native wools, fancy
  • 155-157
      • native wools, undyed
  • 151-153
      • outline
  • 136-138
      • output, VIII
  • 58
      • rabbit-skin
  • 16
      • reliable dealers
  • 202-208
      • song of blessing of
  • 45
      • squaw dress
  • 39-44
      • standard
  • 149-151
      • styles of weaving
  • 110-112
      • symbolism in
  • 60-64, 72-81
      • two-faced
  • 113-115
      • unique in the world
  • VI
      • variety of Navaho
  • 146
      • Yei
  • 139-142
    • Blanket-weaving, bayeta
  • 25-36
      • birth and growth of the art
  • 8-19, 112
      • designs in
  • 72-102, 146
      • in modern work
  • 120-129
      • list of designs
  • 126-129
      • deterioration of the art
  • 46-50
      • importance of weave
  • 145
      • improving the art
  • 51-59
      • looms described
  • 103-108
      • mythical origin of
  • 10
      • outline blanket work
  • 136
      • styles of weaving
  • 110-112
      • warp and woof quality
  • 143, 144
      • weaver at work
  • 103-119, 145
    • Blatchley, Prof. W. S., on color symbolism
  • 60, 61
    • Books and periodicals referred to, American Anthropologist
  • 112
      • Anthropology (Taylor)
  • 132
      • Antiquities of Mexico (Kings-borough)
  • 132
      • Commerce of the Prairies (Gregg)
  • 20
      • Doniphan's Expedition (Hughes)
  • 21
      • Ethnologic Dictionary, An (Franciscan Fathers)
  • 2, 7, 10, 181, 183
      • Indian Basketry (James)
  • VI
      • Indians of the Painted Desert Region (James)
  • 166
      • Land of Sunshine, The (Lummis)
  • 25, 26
      • Memorial to the King of Spain (Benavides)
  • 182
      • My Friend the Indian (McLaughlin)
  • 175
      • Navaho and His Blanket (Hollister)
  • 161
      • Navaho Legends (Matthews)
  • 183
      • Night Chant, The (Matthews)
  • 61, 63, 76, 140, 183, 185
      • Old Franciscan Missions of New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas (James)
  • 14
      • Personal Narrative of Explorations and Incidents in Texas and New Mexico (Bartlett)
  • 22
      • Prehistoric Cliff Dwellings of the American Southwest, The (James)
  • 199
      • Report on the Navaho Country (Simpson)
  • 21
      • Saturday Evening Post
  • 159
      • Scribner's Magazine
  • 199
      • Seventeenth Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology
  • 2, 6, 18
      • Smithsonian Report
  • 22, 184
      • Some Strange Corners of Our Country (Lummis)
  • 23
      • Third Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology
  • 12. 103, 113
      • Eighth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology
  • 13
      • Twenty-third Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology
  • 164
      • Thirty-one Years on the Plains and in the Mountains (Drannan)
  • 23
      • Two Thousand Miles on Horseback (Meline)
  • 177
      • Woodland Idyls (Blatchley)
  • 61
      • „Brazil sticks,„
  • 29
    • Burns, L. L., and Burns Indian Trading Company, employChamayÓ weavers
  • 173
      • reliable blanket dealers
  • 207, 208
      • and Western Costume Company
  • 208
    • Carleton, Gen. J. H., and Navaho campaign
  • 177, 178
    • Carson, Kit, subdues Navahos
  • 177, 178, 181
    • Chants and songs
  • 10, 76, 115, 185-191
      • dedication of hogan
  • 3-5, 10
      • song of blessing of the blanket
  • 45
    • „Chief's„ blankets
  • 32, 36
    • ChimayÓ blanket, the
  • 116, 167-173
      • ChimayÓ settlements
  • 167-169
    • Classification of blankets
  • 143-158
    • Cleaning the Navaho blanket
  • 174
    • Cliff dwellings
  • 12, 80, 198, 199
    • Color, significance and symbolism of, in Navaho blankets
  • 60-64
      • importance of
  • 144
    • Commercialization of Navaho weaving art
  • 47
    • Cotton, C. N., Indian trader
  • 47, 48, 203
      • Company, reliable blanket dealers
  • 203, 204
    • Cotton, early fabrics
  • 12
      • warp, effect of introduction on blanket-weaving
  • 48, 49
      • debarred
  • 52
    • Common blankets
  • 147-149
    • Davis, Cassidy, painting of blanket
  • 108
    • Déné, ethnological name of the Navahos
  • 16
    • Designs on blankets
  • 72-102
      • list of principal ones
  • 126-129
      • on modern Navaho
  • 120-129
      • variety
  • 146
    • Deterioration of the art of Navaho blanket-weaving
  • 46-50
    • Diné (see Déné)
  • 182, 183
    • Doniphan, Col. A. W., campaign against the Navahos
  • 21, 177
    • Drannan, W. F., describes Navaho blanket
  • 23
    • Dubois, A. W., in Navaho religious ceremony
  • 189
    • Dyes and dyeing
  • 28-32, 33, 39
      • with aniline or native dyes
  • 48, 55, 65-71
      • ChimayÓ
  • 170
    • Emory, Major, visits New Mexico
  • 21
      • on Navaho raids
  • 176
    • „Extra„ quality blankets
  • 153-155
    • Fautz, June, with the C. H. Algert Company
  • 207
    • Fewkes, Dr. J. Walter, reproductions of pottery designs of Sikyatki
  • 18, 80-102
    • Franciscan Fathers, view of Navaho blanket
  • VI
      • enter New Mexico
  • 13
      • expelled by Pueblos
  • 14
    • Gates, P. G., collection of blankets
  • 36
    • Germantown yarn, effect on Navaho blanket weaving industry
  • 46, 47, 51
      • blankets
  • 157, 158
    • Gregg, Josiah, quoted on the Navahos and their blankets
  • 20
    • Harvey, Fred, blanket trade
  • 52, 56, 153
      • collection of blankets
  • 32, 33, 42, 54, 137, 152
      • old ChimayÓs
  • 171
      • reliable dealer
  • 202, 203
      • his weavers
  • 118, 121, 157, 164
      • song of blessing or dedication
  • 3-6
    • Hogan
  • 1-7, 45, 156, 191
      • song of blessing or dedication
  • 3-5
    • Hodge, Dr. F. W., and reproduction of pottery designs
  • 80-102
    • Hollister, Gen. U. S., on mother-in-law taboo
  • 116
      • on imitation blankets
  • 161-163
      • on Navaho religion
  • 184
    • Holmes, W. H., quoted on fabrics and pottery
  • 12
    • Hopi, basketry
  • 19
      • land occupied by Navahos
  • 175
      • pottery decorations
  • 18, 80-102
      • religious beliefs
  • 45
      • and the Spaniards
  • 13
      • squaw dresses
  • 42, 43, 164
      • Tewas assist
  • 43
      • weavers
  • 165
    • Hubbell, John Lorenzo, collection of blankets
  • 40, 108, 125
      • Indian trader
  • 47, 48
      • reliable blanket dealer
  • 203, 204
      • his weavers
  • 117, 121, 125, 204, 208
    • Hubbell and Cotton, blanket trade
  • 47, 52, 160, 205
    • Hughes, J. T., his Doniphan's Expedition quoted
  • 21
    • Hyatt, B. F., post trader
  • 48
    • Hyde, B. T. Babbitt
  • 49
    • Hyde Exploring Expedition
  • 49, 50, 58, 207
    • Imitation Navaho blankets
  • 159-163
    • Improving the art of blanket-weaving
  • 51-59
    • James, George Wharton, collection of blankets
  • 32, 34, 37, 38, 41, 42, 124, 125, 137, 138, 150, 156, 165, 170, 171
    • Kachinas
  • 19
      • baskets
  • 139
      • blankets
  • 139-142
    • Kearny, Colonel, and New Mexico
  • 176
    • Land of the Navaho
  • 196-201
    • Letherman, Dr., on the bayeta
  • 26
      • Navaho blanket
  • 22
      • Navaho religion
  • 184, 185
      • regarding sheep
  • 56
    • Lockwood, Col. J. S., and wool and blanket improvement
  • 66
    • Loom described
  • 103-108, 110, 114; for belts, 130-132, 135
      • early Pueblo and Navaho
  • 16
    • Lummis, Charles F., rarity and value of Navaho blankets
  • 23, 24
      • the bayeta
  • 25, 26
      • Indian stories
  • 176
    • MacGinnies, William, blanket design
  • 141, 142
      • and collection
  • 141, 142
    • McLaughlin, Inspector James, and the Utes
  • 175
    • Manning Company, The, blanket designs
  • 154
      • reliable dealers
  • 205
    • Matthews, Dr. Washington, collection of blankets
  • 36, 149, 156, 158
      • describes Navaho loom
  • 103-107
      • diagonal weaving
  • III
      • belt-weaving methods
  • 130-132
      • blanket border
  • 151
      • Navaho religion
  • 184-190
      • native dyes and dyeing
  • 67, 68
      • his The Night Chant
  • 76
      • sand- or dry-painting
  • 75-78, 139, 141
      • two-ply or two-faced weaving
  • 112-114
      • sex symbolisms
  • 61, 62
      • variegated patterns
  • 110, 111
      • word Navaho
  • 183
    • Meline, J. H., quoted
  • 177, 178
    • Metropolitan Museum of Art, N. Y., collection of blankets
  • 35
    • Mindeleff, Cosmos, account of hogan dedication ceremonies
  • 2-6
    • Molohon, J. A., blanket trader
  • 54, 121, 153, 208
      • reliable dealer
  • 205, 206
    • Moore, J. B., blanket trader
  • 53, 121, 205
      • and improvement of the art
  • 206
    • Mordants
  • 28, 67-71
    • Mother-in-law taboo
  • 116
    • Names of blankets
  • 116-119
    • Native wool blankets, undyed
  • 151-153
      • fancy
  • 155-157
    • Navaho, ancestry
  • 15, 16, 20, 65
      • business ability
  • 54
      • chants
  • 76
      • country
  • 103
      • cost to government
  • 179
      • character
  • 175
      • hogan homes
  • 1-7, 45, 103
      • inventive genius
  • 146, 147
      • legends of art of weaving
  • 10
      • land of
  • 196-201
      • loom an original invention
  • 114
      • mother-in-law taboo
  • 116
      • numbers
  • 26, 181, 182
      • pinion nut crop
  • 197, 198
      • religion and religious life
  • 45, 63, 74, 139, 140, 184-195
      • sheep-raising and care
  • 10, 11, 13, 15, 56, 57, 108, 109, 200, 201
      • spelling and pronunciation of name
  • VIII, 182, 183
      • subjugation of
  • 176-179
      • weaver at work
  • 16-19, 103-119
      • woman's position
  • 115, 116. See Blankets, Blanket-weaving, and Squaw dresses
    • New Mexico, home of the Navahos
  • 20
      • conquest of
  • 21
      • Spanish invasion
  • 13
      • raids by Navahos
  • 176, 177
    • Noel, Hamilton, and lightning-design blanket
  • 122
    • Outline blanket
  • 136-139
    • Output of blankets
  • VIII, 58
    • Peabody, Mrs., and outline blanket
  • 136
    • Pendleton Woolen Mills, on machine-weaving limitations
  • 162, 163
    • Pepper, Dr. G. H., on native dyes and dyeing
  • 69-71
      • scarcity of water and supply
  • 57, 58
    • Pinion nut, Navaho crop
  • 197, 198
    • Pottery, Hopi, Navaho
  • 18
      • Pueblo designs
  • 80-102
    • Pueblo Indians, early dress
  • 12, 13
      • and the Spaniards
  • 13, 14
      • squaw dresses
  • 39-44
      • weavers
  • 15-18, 112, 164-166
    • Reliable dealers in Navaho blankets
  • 202-208
    • Religious life of the Navahos
  • 45, 61, 63, 74, 78, 79, 184-195
      • sacred mountains
  • 196, 197
    • Sand-paintings
  • 62, 74, 75-78
    • Serapes
  • 20, 26, 113, 171
    • Shaman, medicine man
  • 10, 41, 62, 74, 76, 77, 139
      • of the Pueblos
  • 13
    • Sheep and shepherds
  • 10, 11, 13, 15
      • herding
  • 200, 201
      • improving the breeds
  • 57
      • numbers and care
  • 56, 57
      • washing and shearing
  • 108, 109
    • Shelton, Supt. W. T., and Indian education
  • 180, 181
      • Indian blanket fairs
  • 59
      • water supply
  • 58
    • Sherman, General, and Navaho treaty
  • 179
    • Shufeldt, Dr. R. W., describes belt-weaver's work
  • 133, 135
    • Sikyatki pottery designs
  • 80-102
    • Simpson, Lieut. J. H., Report on the Navaho country
  • 21, 22
    • Simpson, Richard T. F., Indian trader
  • 140
    • Song of Blessing of the Blanket
  • 45
    • Songs of the Navahos. See Chants
    • Spaniards enter New Mexico
  • 13
      • expelled
  • 14
    • Squaw dresses
  • 33, 39-44, 118
    • Standard blankets
  • 149-151
    • Stephen, A. M., story of Tewas and Hopis
  • 43
      • describes belt-weaving
  • 132, 133
    • Stevenson, Colonel, and The Night Chant
  • 141
    • Stevenson, Mrs. Matilda Coxe, on Zuni weaving
  • 41, 164
    • Symbolism, in color
  • 60-64
      • designs
  • 72-102
    • Tappan, Colonel, and Navaho treaty
  • 179
    • Tewas and Hopis
  • 43
    • Tinnehs of Alaska related to Navahos
  • 65
    • Twitchell, Colonel, and Navaho treaty
  • 179
    • Two-faced blanket
  • 113-115
    • Vroman, A. C., collection of blankets
  • 32, 33, 35, 137
    • Water scarcity and supply
  • 11, 18, 57, 198
      • government wells
  • 58
    • Weaver, Navaho, at work
  • 103-119
    • Weaving, belts, garters, and hair-bands
  • 130-135
      • deterioration of the art
  • 46-50
      • effect of nature on designs
  • 191
      • first
  • 8, 10, 12, 15, 16
      • improving the art
  • 51-59
      • designs in
  • 72-102
      • in modern Navaho blankets
  • 120-129
      • principal designs
  • 126-129
      • variety in
  • 146; see Blanket-weaving
    • Western Costume Company
  • 208
    • Wetherill, Mrs. John, and sand-paintings
  • 74, 142
    • Woman, Navaho, position of
  • 115, 116
      • the weaver
  • 115
    • Wool, scouring
  • 66
      • dyeing
  • 66
      • washing, carding, and spinning
  • 109, 110
      • output
  • 57, 58
    • Yei
  • 76, 77
      • blankets
  • 139-142
    • Yeitso, Navaho legend
  • 191-195
    • Zuni. „Nation of the Willows,„
  • 18
      • religious beliefs
  • 45
      • weaving
  • 41, 164, 165
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