WORKADAY LIFE OF THE PUEBLOS by Ruth Underhill, Ph.D.
Edited by Willard W. Beatty
Published by Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954
Softcover, 175 pages, beautifully illustrated in black and white photos
The printed information about the Pueblos is scattered in many scientific publications. Some of these are out of print. Some deal only with one detail or one village. The material has been sifted and facts about their material culture brought together here and the results reviewed by various specialists at Columbia University, University of New Mexico, Laboratory of Anthropology of Santa Fe, and the Denver Art Museum.
In addition to this printed material, information was given and crafts demonstrated by Pueblo Indians of today. Some of the illustrations were drawn by Indians, students at the government schools. Others were lent by the National Museum, and the Museum of Northern Arizona.
WHO ARE THE PUEBLO INDIANS?
1. Pueblo People
WHAT DID THEY EAT?
II. Cultivated Crops, Storage and Cookery
III. Wild Crops and How They Were Prepared
IV. Hunting the Meat Supply
HOW DID THEY FIND SHELTER AND CLOTHING?
V. Houses and Furnishings
VI. Clothing and Style Changes
WHAT WAS THEIR DAILY LIFE?
VII. Life in the Village
VIII. Life in the Family
Boy and Girl
THE PUEBLOS TODAY
FURTHER READING ON THE PUEBLOS