Ute Tales, Volume 29
Anne Milne Smith, Alden C. Hayes
University of Utah Press, 1992 - Social Science - 175 pages
These distinctive animal and human tales offer a rich source of Ute culture for anyone interested in the peoples of the Great Basin. The 102 stories are ribald, sometimes violent, yet delicately balanced and full of humor. In addition to Smith's transcriptions from Ute storytellers, Ute Tales contains photographs made in 1909 by Edward Sapir and in 1936 by Alden Hayes.
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