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date: 18 November 2019


  • J. Richard Haefer


Suspension rattle of the Yoeme Yaqui Indians of Arizona and Northern Mexico and the Mayo and Guarijio of Sonora, Mexico. It is worn around the waist of both the maso (deer dancer) and pahko’ola (pascola) dancers. It consists of a leather belt from which are suspended, on short leather thongs, a series of dew claws and split, small deer hooves for the ...

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