Son of Old Man Hat; a Navaho autobiography recorded by Walter Dyk, with an introduction by Edward Sapir.
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Navajo Indians -- Social life and customs.
xiv, 378 p. 22 cm.
"In 1934, as fellow of the National research council, I went to the Navaho reservation to collect material for a study of clan and kinship functions in Navaho society ... With a view of obtaining ... material, not alone for the light it might throw on the functions of clan and kin but on Navaho life in general, I asked one of my informants, an old man, Left Handed by name, to relate what he could remember of his life."--Pref., signed: W.D.
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