The Fourth World of the Hopis, The Epic Story of the Hopi Indians as Preserved in Their Legends and Traditions by Harold Courlander.
University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 2000.
Contents: Map of the Hopi Country; The Four Worlds; The Migrations; The Lamehva People; The Destruction of Palatkwapi; Homolovi and the Journey Northward; Tokonave: The Snake and Horn People; Pakabva and the Kachinas; Maski, the Land of the Dead; The Lalakon Dance at Shongopovi; The Dispersal from Sikyatki; The Flight from Huckovi; Judgement by Fire at Pivanhonkapi; The Antelope Boy of Shongopovi; The Races Between Payupki and Tikuvi; The Castillas at Oraibi; The Arrival of the Tewas; The Destruction of Awatovi; The Navajo Attack on Oraibi; The Founding of Moencopi; The Breakup of Oraibi; Notes on the Narrators, Informants, and Stories; Glossary and Pronunciation Guide.
Used paperback. No damage to pages. Covers show wear on edges and a slight indentation on the front cover.