The Navaho War Dance: A Brief Narrative of Its Meaning and Practice

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St. Michaels Press, 1946 - Indian dance - 48 pages
Explains the meanings and customary forms of the Navajo war dance, including information on the drums and rattle sticks, the progression of the dance through each of its three days, and the different roles of the various participants.

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Why a War Dance is Held
3
The Stick Trimmings
16
The Encounter between the Two Camps
32
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