Hopi Rainbow Symbol

Wolf Kachina

Whenever the Deer or Antelope kachinas dance in the plaza, another kachina is very frequently seen with them--the Wolf Kachina (Kweo). He is their side dancer, and the stick he holds in his hands is said to represent trees and bushes that he hides behind as he watches them.


Hopi Wedding Belt

Guide to Hopi Kachina Dolls

The Hopi Kachina Cult

Aholi Kachina

Bear Kachina

Clown Kachina

Crow Mother

Eagle Kachina

Eototo Kachina

Fox Kachina

Kokopelli Kachina

Morning Singer Kachina

Mudhead Kachina

Snow Kachina

Sun Kachina

Wolf Kachina

Wupamo Kachina


Snake symbol from a Hopi Kilt



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