Outlines of Zuñi Creation Myths Thirteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1891-1892, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1896, pages 321-448
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Outlines of Zuñi Creation Myths Thirteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1891-1892, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1896, pages 321-448

By Frank Hamilton Cushing
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  • OUTLINES OF ZUÑI CREATION MYTHS
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTORY
    • THE SURVIVAL OF EARLY ZUÑI TRAITS.
    • OUTLINE OF SPANISH-ZUÑI HISTORY.
    • OUTLINE OF PRISTINE ZUÑI HISTORY.
    • OUTLINE OF ZUÑI MYTHO-SOCIOLOGIC ORGANIZATION.
    • GENERAL EXPLANATIONS RELATIVE TO THE TEXT.
  • MYTHS[8]
    • THE GENESIS OF THE WORLDS, OR THE BEGINNING OF NEWNESS.
    • THE GENESIS OF MEN AND THE CREATURES.
    • THE GESTATION OF MEN AND THE CREATURES.
    • THE FORTHCOMING FROM EARTH OF THE FOREMOST OF MEN.
    • THE BIRTH FROM THE SEA OF THE TWAIN DELIVERERS OF MEN.
    • THE BIRTH AND DELIVERY OF MEN AND THE CREATURES.
    • THE CONDITION OF MEN WHEN FIRST INTO THE WORLD OF DAYLIGHT BORN.
    • THE ORIGIN OF PRIESTS AND OF KNOWLEDGE.
    • THE ORIGIN OF THE RAVEN AND THE MACAW, TOTEMS OF WINTER AND SUMMER.
    • THE ORIGIN AND NAMING OF TOTEM-CLANS AND CREATURE KINDS, AND THE DIVISION AND NAMING OF SPACES AND THINGS.
    • THE ORIGIN OF THE COUNCILS OF SECRECY OR SACRED BROTHERHOODS.
    • THE UNRIPENESS AND INSTABILITY OF THE WORLD WHEN STILL YOUNG.
    • THE HARDENING OF THE WORLD, AND THE FIRST SETTLEMENT OF MEN.
    • THE BEGINNING OF THE SEARCH FOR THE MIDDLE OF THE WORLD, AND THE SECOND TARRYING OF MEN.
    • THE LEARNING OF WAR, AND THE THIRD TARRYING.
    • THE MEETING OF THE PEOPLE OF DEW, AND THE FOURTH TARRYING.
    • THE GENERATION OF THE SEED OF SEEDS, OR THE ORIGIN OF CORN.
    • THE RENEWAL OF THE SEARCH FOR THE MIDDLE.
    • THE CHOOSING OF SEEKERS FOR SIGNS OF THE MIDDLE.
    • THE CHANGE-MAKING SIN OF THE BROTHER AND SISTER.
    • THE BIRTH OF THE OLD-ONES OR ANCIENTS OF THE K´KÂ.
    • THE RENEWAL OF THE GREAT JOURNEY, AND THE SUNDERING OF THE TRIBES OF MEN.
    • THE ORIGIN OF DEATH BY DYING, AND THE ABODE OF SOULS AND THE K´KÂ.
    • THE LOSS OF THE GREAT SOUTHERN CLANS.
    • THE SAVING OF THE FATHER-CLANS.
    • THE AWAITING OF THE LOST CLANS.
    • THE STRAYING OF K‘YÄK´LU, AND HIS PLAINT TO THE WATER-FOWL.
    • HOW THE DUCK, HEARING, WAS FAIN TO GUIDE K‘YÄK´LU.
    • HOW THE RAINBOW-WORM BORE K‘YÄK´LU TO THE PLAIN OF K´‘HLUËLANE.
    • THE TARRYING OF K‘YÄK´LU IN THE PLAIN, AND HIS DISMAY.
    • HOW THE DUCK FOUND THE LAKE OF THE DEAD AND THE GODS OF THE K´KÂ.
    • HOW THE GODS OF THE K´K COUNSELLED THE DUCK.
    • HOW BY BEHEST OF THE DUCK THE K´YEMÄSHI SOUGHT K‘YÄK´LU TO CONVEY HIM TO THE LAKE OF THE DEAD.
    • HOW THE K´YEMÄSHI BORE K‘YÄK´LU TO THE COUNCIL OF THE GODS.
    • THE COUNCIL OF THE K´KÂ, AND THE INSTRUCTION OF K‘YÄK´LU BY THE GODS.
    • THE INSTRUCTION OF THE K´YEMÄSHI BY K‘YÄK´LU.
    • HOW THE K´YEMÄSHI BORE K‘YÄK´LU TO HIS PEOPLE.
    • THE RETURN OF K‘YÄK´LU, AND HIS SACRED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE PEOPLE.
    • THE ENJOINING OF THE K‘YÄK´LU ÁMOSI, AND THE DEPARTURE OF K‘YÄK´LU AND THE OLD-ONES.
    • THE COMING OF THE BROTHERS ÁNAHOHO AND THE RUNNERS OF THE K´KÂ.
    • THE DISPATCHING OF THE SOULS OF THINGS TO THE SOULS OF THE DEAD.
    • THE RENEWAL OF THE GREAT JOURNEYING AND OF THE SEARCH FOR THE MIDDLE.
    • THE WARNING-SPEECH OF THE GODS, AND THE UNTAILING OF MEN.
    • THE ORIGIN OF THE TWIN GODS OF WAR AND OF THE PRIESTHOOD OF THE BOW.
    • THE DOWNFALL OF HÁN‘HLIPIŊK‘YA, AND THE SEARCH ANEW FOR THE MIDDLE.
    • THE WARS WITH THE BLACK PEOPLE OF THE HIGH BUILDINGS AND WITH THE ANCIENT WOMAN OF THE K‘YÁKWEINA AND OTHER K´KÂKWE.
    • THE ADOPTION OF THE BLACK PEOPLE, AND THE DIVISION OF THE CLANS TO SEARCH FOR THE MIDDLE.
    • THE NORTHWARD EASTERN JOURNEY OF THE WINTER CLANS.
    • THE SOUTHWARD EASTERN JOURNEY OF THE SUMMER CLANS.
    • THE EASTWARD MIDDLE JOURNEY OF THE PEOPLE OF THE MIDDLE.
    • THE SETTLEMENT OF ZUÑI-LAND, AND THE BUILDING OF THE SEVEN GREAT TOWNS THEREIN.
    • THE REUNION OF THE PEOPLE OF THE MIDDLE WITH THE SUMMER AND SEED PEOPLES.
    • THE GREAT COUNCIL OF MEN AND THE BEINGS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE TRUE MIDDLE.
    • THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE FATHERS AND THEIR TABERNACLE AT HÁLONAWAN OR THE ERRING-PLACE OF THE MIDDLE.
    • THE FLOODING OF THE TOWNS, AND THE BUILDING OF THE CITY OF SEED ON THE MOUNTAIN.
    • THE STAYING OF THE FLOOD BY SACRIFICE OF THE YOUTH AND MAIDEN, AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF HÁLONA ÍTIWANA ON THE TRUE MIDDLE.
    • THE CUSTOM OF TESTING THE MIDDLE IN THE MIDDLE TIME.
    • THE CHERISHING OF THE CORN MAIDENS AND THEIR CUSTOM AS OF OLD.
    • THE MURMURING OF THE FOOLISH ANENT THE CUSTOM OF THE CORN MAIDENS.
    • THE COUNCIL OF THE FATHERS THAT THE PERFECTION OF THE CUSTOM BE ACCOMPLISHED.
    • THE OBSERVANCE OF THE ‘HLÁHEKWE CUSTOM, OR DANCE OF THE CORN MAIDENS.
    • THE SENDING OF THE TWAIN PRIESTS OF THE BOW, THAT THEY BESPEAK THE AID OF PAÍYATUMA AND HIS FLUTE PEOPLE.
    • THE FINDING OF PAÍYATUMA, AND HIS CUSTOM OF THE FLUTE.
    • THE PREPARATIONS FOR THE COMING OF PAÍYATUMA AND HIS PEOPLE OF THE FLUTE.
    • THE COMING OF PAÍYATUMA AND HIS DANCE OF THE FLUTE.
    • THE SACRILEGE OF THE YOUTHS OF THE DANCE, AND THE FLEETING OF THE MAIDENS OF CORN.
    • THE MOURNING FOR LOSS OF THE MAIDENS OF CORN.
    • THE SEEKING OF THE MAIDENS OF CORN BY THE EAGLE.
    • THE SEEKING OF THE MAIDENS OF CORN BY THE FALCON.
    • THE SEEKING OF THE MAIDENS OF CORN BY THE RAVEN.
    • THE BESEECHING OF PAÍYATUMA, AND HIS REVERSAL OF THE PEOPLE'S EVIL.
    • THE SEEKING OF THE MAIDENS OF CORN BY PAÍYATUMA.
    • THE FINDING OF THE MAIDENS OF CORN IN SUMMERLAND.
    • THE RETURN OF THE MAIDENS OF CORN WITH PAÍYATUMA.
    • THE PRESENTATION OF THE PERFECTED SEED TO THE FATHERS OF MEN, AND THE PASSING OF THE MAIDENS OF SEED.
    • THE INSTRUCTIONS OF PAÍYATUMA FOR THE ORDINANCES AND CUSTOMS OF THE CORN PERFECTING.
    • THE FINAL INSTRUCTIONS OF PAÍYATUMA, AND HIS PASSING.
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