Emergence Myth According to the Hanelthnayhe or Upward-Reading Rite
Publisher: Museum of Navajo Ceremonial Art
Place: Santa Fe
186 pages with diagrams, 13 color serigraph plates, appendix, glossary and index. Quarto (10" x 8 1/4") issued in green cloth with silver lettering to spine and front cover. Rewritten by Mary C Wheelwright. Serigraph color plates by Louie Ewing after sand paintings recored by Franc J Newcomb, Mrs John Wetherell and Rs Laura A Armer. Navajo Religion Series volume III. 1st edition.
Navajo Mythology is a system of beliefs that is enormously rich and expressive as well as complex with many tales. Navajo mythology is based on the recognition that all of the stories find a place within several major eras of sacred history, a history which took place "in the beginning." Stories are passed down generation to generation orally and provide the foundation of Navajo life and thought.
Previous owner's name on front end paper, jacket edge wear with closed tears, spine sunned else a very good copy in like jacket.
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