Origin Legend of the Navaho Enemy Way, Text and Translation (Yale University Publications in Anthropology Number 17)
by Haile, Father Berard
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1938. First Edition. Softcover. Very good. 320 pp, with text in Navajo and English; 2 photographic plates, 5 figures. Light handling wear, one corner bumped; binding sound, text unmarked. Haile (1874-1861) was a leading authority on Navajo culture and helped devise a written alphabet for the Navajo language. This study was part of an extended effort to elucidate the ceremonial practice of the Navajo in direct connection with intensive study of the language and the texts of legends and rituals. (Inventory #: 17240)
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