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Hopi Kachina Dolls

Religion 236: Native American Religious Traditions
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Tabitha Gross

on 27 June 2013

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Transcript of Hopi Kachina Dolls

Kachina Dolls
Kachina Dolls History:
How they are made:
Root of Cottonwood Trees
Carved in one piece
Painted and decorated
Costumes added
Kachina Costumes:
What they mean to the Hopi:
Sky
Moon
Stars
Clouds
Rain
Snow
Places
Ancestors
Warriors
Ceremonial Use:
Carved by Kachina Keeper
Given to the children
Hung on pueblo walls
Kachina characteristics absorbed

Tabitha Gross
Kachina People come to the Hopi People
Times of prosperity
Kachina People leave
Hopi make Kachina Dolls
Male Costumes:
White kilts
Ceremonial robes
"White man's" suit
Velvet shirt, white trousers, red leggings
Female Costumes:
Ceremonial robes
Navajo dress
Eagle feather skirts
Black woolen dress, red belt
Resources:
images.google.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hopi_Kachina_dolls#Kachina_dolls_today
http://www.sakhomenewa.com/History/brief2.html
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