Navajo Origin Legend

Navajo Origin Legend
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  • On the Morning of the twelfth day the people washed themselves well. The women dried themselves with yellow cornmeal; the men with white cornmeal. (pg.1)
  • The Gods laid one buckskin on the ground with the head to the west: on this they placed the two ears of corn, with their tips to the east, and over the corn they spread the other buckskin with its head to the east; under the white ear they put the feather of s white eagle, under the yellow ear the feather of a yellow eagle. (pg. 1)
  • When the Mirage people finished their walk the upper buckskin was lifted; the ears of corn had disappeared, a man and a woman lay there in their stead. The white ear of corn had been changed into a man and the yellow ear into a woman. (pg. 2)
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