By Terry Allan Hicks
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Html About the Author Terry Allan Hicks has written more than a dozen books for Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, including several about Native American peoples. He lives in Connecticut with his wife, Nancy, and their three sons, James, Jack, and Andrew. 47 • Index Page numbers in boldface are illustrations.
Projects about the Southwest Indians. New York: Marshall Cavendish Benchmark Books, 2006. Press, Petra. The Zuni (First Reports Native Americans). Minneapolis: Compass Point Books, 2002. html About the Author Terry Allan Hicks has written more than a dozen books for Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, including several about Native American peoples. He lives in Connecticut with his wife, Nancy, and their three sons, James, Jack, and Andrew. 47 • Index Page numbers in boldface are illustrations.
To go without food for an extended period of time. irrigation: moving and conserving water—for example, with ditches, canals, and walled gardens—for use in farming. Kachina: kiva: one of the spirits worshiped by the Zuni. a Zuni religious society, or a pit house–like structure used for Zuni religious practices. 44 migratory: moving from place to place, usually in search of food. S. government. Paleo-Indian: the earliest Native Americans. pit house: an early type of Pueblo dwelling, made by digging a pit and then covering it with adobe and wood.