Native American Photographs by Edward S. Curtis

Flute dancers at Tureva Spring

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Flute dancers at Tureva Spring

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The Flute dance is a religious ceremony concerned with bringing rain. It represents the legendary arrival of the Flute people in the Hopi country, their friendly encounter with the clans already there, and the rain-making rites subsequently performed by them for the common good. The episode here represented was photographed at Middle mesa. The individual seated near the right end is an albino, not a white man.

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