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Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache
By Grenville Goodwin
223 pp. / 6.00 in x 9.00 in / 1994
Paper (978-0-8165-1451-9)
  
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  - Apache


These 57 tales (with seven variants) gathered between 1931 and 1936 include major cycles dealing with Creation and Coyote, minor tales, and additional stories derived from Spanish and Mexican
This is a highly readable book accessible to anyone—historian or buff—interested in the folkways of the Apaches.

—The Tombstone Epitaph

tradition. The tales are of two classes: holy tales said by some to expalin the origin of ceremonies and holy powers, and tales which have to do with the creation of the earth, the emergence, the flood, the slaying of monsters, and the origin of customs. As Goodwin was the first anthropologist to work with the White Mountain Apache, his insights remain a primary souce on this people.


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