Shonto: A Study of the Role of the Trader in a Modern Navaho Community

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INDEX
Abiquiu, 40
Accounting firms., 183
Accounts receivable, 190, 197
Acculturation, 90-93, 223, 233, 246, 282
Acknowledgments, personal, 27-29
Activity, definition of, 216
Adahooniligit, Navaho language paper, 222.
Adair, John, and Vogt, Evon Z., 233
Adakai, Ruth, informant, 28
Adams, Ernest, 28
Adams, Lucy W., 27
Adams, Nettie, 29
Adams, William Y., 36
Administrative subagency, 247
Administrators, 306, 307
Adobe, blue, 35
Adolescence, later, 87, 90
Advice, 290
Advisory (executive) Committee, 48, 67
Aeolian sand, 34
Affidavits, benefit claim, 202
Africa, 301, 305
Agriculture, 123-124, 141, 302
employers, 217
equipment, 89
income from, 124, 147
labor, 281
Aid to Dependent Children, 48, 88, 136, 226, 275
Aid to the Blind, 48, 186
Alamosa, Colo., 152
Albrecht, A. C., 233
Albuquerque, N. Mex., 177
Alcoholic beverages, use of, 76, 247
Alfalfa, 123
Alka-Seltzer, 74
Alluvial deposits, 34
American cultural system, 250, 263
American culture products, 246, 247, 265
American Indian culture, 304
American social structure, 245
Amsden, Charles A., 6, 7, 83, 121, 124, 199, 204, 220, 290, 298
Anachronism, definition of, 291
Anasazi Indians, 36
Anglo-American culture, 90, 91, 93, 94, 140, 244, 250, 252, 257, 259, 294
influence, 9, 31, 40, 54, 70, 75, 76, 85, 90, 241, 242
Anglo-Americans, 61, 70, 124, 128, 149, 238
Anthropologists, relations to culture changes, 298, 300, 305 relationship with Navahos, 25
Apache, 71, 149 Western, 38, 126
Apple trees, 123
Arizona State Department of Public Welfare, 19, 48, 56, 136 Nava-Hopi Unit of, 15, 19, 218, 278
Arizona State Employment Service, 135, 217
Arizona State Government, 48
Arts and crafts, 82-84
Aspen, 35
Assault and battery, 70, 73
Assembly of God mission, 49,73
Aspirin, 74
Atherton, Lewis E., 21, 167, 168, 180
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, 42
Aubuchon, Mr. and Mrs. John A., 28
Authority, social and political, 65-68
Automobiles, see Motor Vehicles.
Awatovi, Hopi settlement, 39
Axes, 89
Awls, wooden, 84
Babbitt Bros. Trading Co., 155, 156
Bailey, Flora L., 77, 81, 82, 84, 85, 87
Baking powder, 207
Bank, function of trading post, 216, 220
Barnes, J. A., 298, 301, 303
Barter, see Exchange, 199, 200, 306
Baseball, 267
Basketball, 267
Baskets, 71, 82, 83, 125, 126, 201
makers of, 62
making, 97, 124
pitched water, 83, 173, 201
Beads, 196, 198, 208, 301
silver (squash blossom), 81
turquoise, 81
Beals, Ralph, 290
Beatings, punishment for offenses, 69, 70, 72
Beckley, Donald K., 182, 204, 278
Beckman, Theodore N., and Engle, Nathanael H., 21, 171
Bedding, 96
Beds, 78
Begay, Dana Natani, informant, 28
Behavior, nonreciprocal, 289-290
Belts, 79, 208
Concho, 81
silver, 196, 197, 198
Benedict, Ruth, 68
Benefit agent, Shonto Trading Post, as 216, 218-220, 224-225, 228 See also Arizona State Department of Public Welfare.
Benefit checks, credit on, 109
Bennett, John W., and Tumin, Melvin M., 268

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  • Title Page I
  • Content III
  • Illustrations viii
  • Preface x
  • Introduction 1
  • Part 1. the Community 30
  • Part 2. the Trading Post 149
  • Part 3: the Role of the Trading Post 231
  • Bibliography 308
  • Index 317
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