Southwestern Native Americans
This index has links to resources at Sacred-texts about
the religion, mythology, folklore and spiritual practices of Native Americans
of the desert Southwestern region.
The following tribes have their own indices:
The Delight Makers
by Adolf F. Bandelier 
An ethnographic novel of pre-columbian Pueblo life.
Pueblo Indian Folk-Stories
by Charles F. Lummis 
A classic retelling of Pueblo mythology by a pioneering scholar of the Southwest region.
Tales of the Cochiti Indians
by Ruth Benedict 
Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 98.
A ethnographic collection of folklore from one of the New Mexico Pueblo groups, the Cochiti, by one of the greatest 20th century anthropologists.
by Erna Fergusson 
This classic description of Southwestern ceremonialism is also a great read.
Songs of the Tewa
tr. by Herbert Joseph Spinden 
An evocative collection of poetry from the Tewa Pueblo people, plus an extended essay on Native American poetry.
Origin Myth of Acoma
by Matthew W. Stirling 
(Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 135)
A fascinating academic study of the Acoma Pueblo myth cycle.
The Tribes of the Thirty-Fifth Parallel
Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. XVII.--No. 100, September. 
Aw-aw-tam Indian Nights (Myths and Legends of the Pima)
by J. William Lloyd 
Folklore of the Pima, residents of the deserts of southern Arizona.
Yaqui Myths and Legends
by Ruth Warner Giddings 
Native American folklore from the coast of the Sonora desert of Mexico.