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Hopi Religion

Image from H.R. Voth, The Oraibi Marau Ceremony, Field Museum Anth. Publ. Vol. XI, No. 1 (Chicago, 1912)

The Hopi, who occupy an area in the high desert plateaus of the Southwest, are one of the best-known Native American tribes. They have a rich mythological cycle about their ascent from a world deep inside the earth.

 Traditions of the Hopi
by H.R. VothField Columbian Museum Anthropogical Publication Vol. VIII. [1905].
A treasure trove of Hopi myth and legend.

 Truth of a Hopi
by Edmund Nequatewa, [1936]
Hopi myth, legend, and history, written by a Hopi, from a Hopi viewpoint.