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|Title||Miraculous Healing Among the Zunis|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1879|
|Date Published||15 July 1879|
|Keywords||Miracles; Native Americans|
Some Zuni Indians consider themselves to be descendants of Montezuma. A tradition says that more than 300 years before the Spanish arrived, white men landed in Mexico and became the ancestors of the great kings, including Montezuma. They intermarried and lost their distinction. Story told of an elder who administered to 406 Indians afflicted with small pox.
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