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Achomawi and Atsugewi Tales and Achomawi Myths is a book by American anthropologist Roland B. Dixon, first published in 1909. It is a short 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 38 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.
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