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Sitting on the Blue-Eyed Bear

Navajo Myths and Legends
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Lawrence Hill Books
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Open LibraryOL8176799M
ISBN 10088208061X
ISBN 139780882080611

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I /5. Looking for books by Gerald Hausman. See all books authored by Gerald Hausman, including Turtle Island Alphabet: A Lexicon of Native American Symbols and Culture, and Tunkashila: From the Birth of Turtle Island to the Blood of Wounded Knee, and more on   In I wrote a kind of oral narrative of the Navajo with the help of my long time friend, Jay Joogii DeGroat.

Forty-five years later, the original book that I called Sitting on the Blue-Eyed Bear is still with us even though it has morphed into a number of other gave birth to at least five other books, all of them celebrating Navajo mythology.

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