Hatko; Wood Carrying Katsina

 

The Hopi adopted Hakto from a Zuni katsina about a hundred years ago. Hakto is a diminutive of the Zuni name Yamuhakto, which means "carrying wood on his head." In Hopi, he appears in the Mixed Dance, and also performs with S´io Sa´lako. (45-25-10/28846)

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