During his nine years in Arizona, Voth developed an intimate acquaintance with the Hopi Indians, collecting much original material relative to Indian religious life and folklore that was later displayed in the Field Museum, Chicago. He collaborated with George A. Dorsey in certain studies of the Hopis. He also wrote a number of original monographs published in the Anthropological Series of the Field Columbian Museum. Ed. G. Kaufman lists the following publications written by Voth and published in this series:
- Brief Miscellaneous Hopi Papers, 1912, vol. XI, No. 2;
- Hopi Proper Names, 1905, vol. VI, No. 3;
- The Oraibi Marau Ceremony, 1912, vol. XI, No. 1;
- Oraibi Natal Customs and Ceremonies, 1905, vol. VI, No. 2;
- The Oraibi Oaquoel Ceremony, 1903, vol. VI, No. 1;
- The Oraibi Powamu Ceremony, 1901, vol. III, No. 2;
- The Oraibi Summer Snake Ceremony, 1903, vol. III, No. 4;
- The Traditions of the Hopi, 1915, vol. VIII;
- H. R. Voth joint author with G. A. Dorsey, The Mishongnovi Ceremonies of Snake and Antelope Fraternities, 1901, vol. III, No. 3;
- Voth & Dorsey, The Oraibi Soyal Ceremony, 1901, vol. III, No. 1.
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