Origin of paho
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For example, in the island of Paho there is a tree called dani, under which the departing spirits sit down and weep.The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead, Volume I (of 3)|Sir James George Frazer
The author has never seen the white paho of the Middle Mesa, and does not know when it is made nor its shape and use.The Winter Solstice Altars at Hano Pueblo|J. Walter Fewkes
Numerous specimens of a peculiar razor-shape paho were found, two of which are shown in plate clxxv, o, s.
Plate clxxiv, a, represents a double stick paho, which closely resembles the prayer offering of the modern Flute society.
There are two deep grooves, or ferules, cut midway of their length, a distinctive characteristic of the modern flute paho.