Item iw-glen-636 - David C. Duvall's Blackfoot research - Narratives (pages 162-215)

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David C. Duvall's Blackfoot research - Narratives (pages 162-215)

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Consists of these narratives: Scar Face (sometimes spelled Scarface) (told by Three Bears), The Ghost Woman (by Jappy), The Snow and the Rain (by Three Bears), A Man with his Hands Cut Off (by Comes at Night), How the Ordinary Sweat House came about (by Jappy), Scabby Round Robe and the Beavers (by Tom Kiyo), The Woman who Married a Star (by Mrs. Wolf Plume), and How Horses came about (by Tom Kiyo).<br>The original David C. Duvall papers are held by the American Museum of Natural History, Division of Anthopology Archives, and have been published here courtesy of this institution.

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