The Navajos abide or migrate on the south, the north, and the west of the Moqui pueblas.
And now to see whether the Moqui will promise to carry it to your great-uncle.
The red and dark brown painted ware we have traced from Peru to Nicaragua, and thence to the Moqui settlements.
Now, out of twenty-one words common to the Utah and Moqui, eight are alike.
Nowhere perhaps has the great water erosion of bygone aeons wrought more grotesquely and fantastically than in the Moqui basin.
At dawn the party recommenced its flight toward the Moqui country.
I had hoped the Moqui might make our job easier, as he could do, all right, if only he wanted to tell us a few things.
The old Moqui had meanwhile succeeded in getting out the paper which he seemed to set so much store by.
The "seven Pueblos of Moqui" (as they are called) are a similar tribe living a few leagues beyond.
Doubtless the old Moqui balanced every one well before venturing a reply.