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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 85], Folder 1. Zuñi Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
An otherwise blank half-page contains the typed word "Animal."
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 85], Folder 1. Zuñi Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
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Animal
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 95]: American Indian Mythology Field Notes) (1935) , 1 page(s)
Handwritten notes on unlined note card titled "Animal ..." Also noted: Bear, Crow, urged, bear skin, changed back in 4 stages. Citation included. Undated.
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 95]: American Indian Mythology Field Notes) (1935) , 1 page(s)
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Animal Adoption
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
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H.R. Voth, 'Traditions of the Hopi,' Field Columbia Museum Anthropological Series,' Vol. 8, p. 168: Hawk rescues Hopi boy captured and ill-treated by Navajo; clothes him with articles taken in midair from Navajo children. Notation in left margin: Tewa - Owl Boy goes to uncle, i.e. Hawk, who...

in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
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Animal [Adoption?]
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
Handwritten list under the heading 'Hopi': Snake (and marries ...), Hawk, Water Serpent (scalps), Hawk rescues boy from enemies, compare Owl captures child. Also mentions Zuni and Tewa. Undated.
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
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Animal Adoption
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1922) , 2 page(s)
These detailed, handwritten, undated research notes on the front and back of an unlined note card, titled "Animal adoption," compare myths from the Isleta [Southern Tiwa], White Mountain Apache [Western Apache], Hopi, Cochiti, Tewa, Laguna [Western Keres], and Zuni cultures using the theme of humans adopted by or...
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1922) , 2 page(s)
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Animal Adoption
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 95]: American Indian Mythology Field Notes) (1930) , 1 page(s)
Handwritten note reads 'Zuni - by badgers, sons of Sun' and 'Ponca - thrown away, by ground mice.' No citations. Undated.
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 95]: American Indian Mythology Field Notes) (1930) , 1 page(s)
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Animal Adoption
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
Handwritten note cites Frank Cushing, 'Zuni Folk Tales,' p. 443: Badger adopts twin children of Sun born at fall. Makes bows and arrows for them, but clumsy. Sun appears to twins at hunt and directs - flayer qv. (P. 454 - transforms to father's likeness, warm cloud - v Twins.) Undated.
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
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Animal Adoption - Antelope Boy
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
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Isleta - child adopted by antelope recovered by relatives and wins race.

Tewa - non-greeting test.

Laguna - 'Antelope Clan' legend.

Zuni - brought deer...(child of Sun); witch transformation qv.

Laguna - compare Owl = G.S. [grandson?]

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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1925) , 1 page(s)
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Animal Adoptor
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1922) , 1 page(s)
These handwritten, undated research notes on an unlined note card, titled "Animal adoptor" (with "Ceremonies brought back by animal adopted" as subheading), contain information about a Kaibab [Southern Paiute] tale, "How the Bear Dance Originated," as related by Edward Sapir. Additional citations are included. In...
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 96]: Serrano Field Trip Notes) (1922) , 1 page(s)
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Animal -- Buffalo
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in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 85], Folder 1. Zuñi Notes) (1925) , 2 page(s)
Handwritten Zuñi notes written on unlined sheets regarding animal marriages (buffalo) and the 'buffalo man' myth. Lejune and Osage tribes mentioned.
in Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers, of Vassar College. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Library ([Box 85], Folder 1. Zuñi Notes) (1925) , 2 page(s)
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