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Havasupai Legends: Religion and Mythology of the Havasupai Indians of the Grand Canyon
by Robert C Euler and Carma Lee Smithson
University of Utah Press, 1994
Paper: 978-0-87480-446-1
Library of Congress Classification E99.H3S56 1994
Dewey Decimal Classification 398.2089975

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
For almost seven hundred years, the Havasupai Indians, who call themselves People of the Blue Water, have lived in an area that includes the depths of the western Grand Canyon and the heights of the San Francisco Peaks. Here they inhabited the greatest altitude variation of any Indians in Southwestern America.

Written in consultation with some of the last Havasupai shamans, this book details their religious beliefs, customs, and healing practices. A second section presents legends of the Havasupai origin, the first people, and tales of Coyote, Gila Monster, Bear, and others.

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