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Achomawi and Atsugewi Tales and Achomawi Myths is a short book by American anthropologist Roland B. Dixon, first published in 1909. It is a collection of tales and myths of the Achomawi and the Atsugewi, who live in what is now northeastern California. Chapters include; Creation Myth (Achomawi); The Making Of Daylight (Achomawi); Hawk-Man (Achomawi); Search For Fire (Achomawi); Loon-Woman (Achomawi); The Lost Brother (Achomawi); Bluejay And Lizard And The Grizzly-Bears (Achomawi); Silver-Fox And Coyote (Achomawi); The Mole And The Sun (Achomawi); Coyote And Cloud (Achomawi); Creation Myth (Atsugewi); Flint-Man, The Search For Fire, And Loon Woman (Atsugewi); Pine-Marten Marries The Bead Sisters; Kangaroo-Rat Races With Coyote And Others; The Buzzard Brothers And Wood-Worm; The House Of Silver-Fox; and, Fish-Hawk And His Daughter.
This book has 12,681 words, 26 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1909.
Production notes: This ebook of Achomawi and Atsugewi Tales and Achomawi Myths was published by Global Grey on the 17th November 2021, and updated on the 8th November 2022. The artwork used for the cover is 'Pipe to Thunder' by Amédée Joullin.
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