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soft clay, and the making of Eve out of one of Adam's ribs, may appeal to them as the reason why the white men and women were so fickle that they could not be satisfied, even in Eden, their earthly Paradise.

Nowhere does it appear that the Arizona Indians believed in rewards and punishment after death; to all, the future state was an improvement on this life. There is much similarity in some of their flood legends to the biblical account; but the nearest approach to the Mosaic record of the creation of man is found in a Pima legend, which declared that after the destruction of man by the flood, the Drinker ordered the Coyote to bring him some mud, and that from this mud he recreated man.

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INDEX.

INDEX.

ALEXANDER, GENL. A. J.-Originator of Indian Schools, 238.
APACHE-MOHAVES—At war with whites, 2; history, etc., 231,

232.
APACHES—History, legends, folklore, etc., 3 et seq.
APACHE-YUMAS–At war with whites; 2; history, etc., 233.
ARAVAIPA APACHES—At war with the whites, 2; history of,

5, 6.
BANCROFT, H. H.-Story of origin of Moquis, 142, 143.
BANDELIER, A. F.—Religion, mythology, etc., of Moquis, 162

et seq.

BEADLE, J. H.-Fails to find trace of religion of Moquis, 159.
BENAVIDES, FRAY ALONSO—Gives earliest translation of

tribal name of Navahos, 36.
BOURKE, CAPT. JOHN G.-Description of Apache dances, 29

et seq.; description of Snake dance of Moquis, 204 et seq.
BRADFORD, DR. EDWARD HICKLEY—Theory of evolution of

man, 319, 320.
BUENAVENTURA, FRANCISCO DE SAN—Early missionary to

Hopis, 140.
BURNS, MIKE-Story of Apache medicine-men, 26 et seq.; myths

of Wallapais, 134 et seq.
CARILLO, BALTAZAR—Early priest in charge of San Xavier

del Bac, 299.
CARSON, COL. “KIT”—Mention of, 38.
CASA GRANDE-Pima legend regarding, 239 et seq.
CHAMUSCADO, FRANCISCO SANCHEZ, mention of, 139.
CHEMEHUEVIS–Description of, 314, 315.
CHINESE-See Tartar-Chinese.
CHIRICAHUA APACHES At war with the whites, 2; history,

customs, etc., 6 et seq.
CLAROS, FRAY JUAN DE—Early missionary to Hopis, 140.
COLYER, REV. VINCENT-Mention of, 147.
CONCEPTION, CRISTOBAL DE LA-Early missionary to Hopis,

140.
COOK, REV. CHARLES H.-Opens first Indian school in Arizona,

238.
COSNINOS—See Havasupai.
COYOTERO APACHES—At war with the whites, 2; description

of, 13, 14.
CROOK, GENL. GEORGE—Mention of, 1.
CURTIS, WILLIAM E.-Navaho theory of origin of man, 65;

legend of Moquis, 143 et seg.
CUSHING, F. H.-Description of habits, history and legends of

Havasupai, 95 et seq.
DONALDSON, THOMAS—Legends, etc., of Moquis, 149 et seq.
DONIPHAN, COL. ALEX. W.-Mention of, 38.

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