Songs of the dream people: chants and images from the Indians and Eskimos of North America
Atheneum, Oct 1, 1972 - Social Science - 83 pages
Includes translations of traditional chants from a number of North American tribes including the Eskimo, Winnebago, Sia, Tenasa, Tlingit, Delaware, Papago, Pima, Haida, and many others.
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