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Originally appearing in Volume V14, Page 464 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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PUEBLOS. Zuliian. 570 in Oklahoma. Considerable. can missions in Alberta. 19o4), and Pawnee Mythology (1906); 179 on Walpole Island, Ontario; Larger element of Making good progress recently. Fletcher, 22nd Ann. Rep. Bur. 1740 in Oklahoma. white blood than Catholic and Protestant missions. Etnnol., 1900-1901. 3990 in 6 pueblos in N. central New other Pueblos Progress good. See Passamaquoddy. Mexico. Indians, but not U.S. citizens, making good progress. See Pilling, Bibliography of the Algon- See Moqui. great. Canadian Potawatomi arelaw-abiding quian Languages (1891). About 4200 in 12 pueblos in New See Moqui. and industrious. American Pota- See Blackfeet. Mexico. Have not favoured watomi citizens making pro- Russel, Amer. Anthrop., 1903, Journ. 150o in Western New Mexico. inter m ix t u r e. gress. Amer. Folk-Lore, 1901, and 26th Amount little. Majority nominally Catholics. Ann. Rep. Bur. Amer. Ethnol., Have not favoured See Moqui. 1904-1905; Dorsey, Indians of the white intermix- Nominally Catholics for most part. South-west (1903); Hrdlacka, Amer. ture. At San Juan notable evidences of Antlzrop., 19o4; Kroeber, Univ. thrift, less elsewhere. Calif. Publ., 1907. Practically all are "pagans." Sub- Barrett, Ethnography of the Panto steadied progress lately in several (1908). ways. Dorsey (J. O.), Cegiha Language (189o), .Mexico. Omaha and Ponka Letters (s891), &c.; Dorsey (G. A.), Field Columb. Mus. Publ., 1905; Boas, Congr. int. d. Amer., Quebec, 1906. See Pilling, Bibliography of the Algon- quian Languages (1891). Writings of Bandelier, Hodge, Lummis, Stevenson, &c. Stevenson, 11th Ann. Rep. Bur. Ethnol., 1889-1890; Dorsey, Indians of the South-west (Igo3); Bandelier, Archaeol. Inst. Papers, 1851, 1883, 1892. See Moqui. Writings of Bandelier, Lummis, Fewkes, &c. See Pueblos (Keresan) and Moqui. Bandelier, Journ. Amer. Ethnol. and Archaeol., 1892; Fewkes, ibid., 1891; Stevenson, 5112 Ann. Rep. But. Ethuol., 1883-1884, and 23rd Rep., 1901-s9o2; Cushing, and Rep., 188o- 188s, 4th Rep., 1882-1883, 13th Rep., 1891-1892, and Zzzni Folk-Tales (N.Y., 19os), and other writings.
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