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14. Nix'a^t and the Dancing Ducks
16. One-eyed Owl and his Daughter
What shall we do to flee from him ? Now it is your turn to do something
"I can do nothing more supernatural. I have done all. We must try to
"Tebiaa"ta"." "That is bad. He is more powerful than L But I
The head looked around and saw the women's tracks. He folio ^^ved them
Thus they fought and dodged for a long time. Below where they were
He is wise. Perhaps he will persuade the boy to tell why he is crying."
12. Nix'a^t kills his Wife
"I will get you this time!" he cried as he stamped about on his robe. Then
20. Clotted-Blood
Then he fell down. The boy had killed him. Even while he was dyings
He knew at once what the light was. It was the morning star. So he
21. :Moox-Child
She told iiim to watch the field closely. Then he guarded it. As he walked
He held her there until she was consumed. This old woman had always
They carried him into a herd on their backs. In the middle of the herd
On his head he wore a white plume. He also carried his bow. Then he
The other one remained on earth. Once she saw a buffalo-bull running
26. The Deserted Children
The bears went to the meat and watched it. Then the boy looked at the
Then there was a fire. At last the Bear passed through it and came on
32. The Origin of the Chief Pipe
The thunder had pitied him. After this the pipe was handed down from
33. Separation of the Tribe
Then the little girl began to cry. The old woman went back and chopped
"She is a beautiful woman. She should have taken one of the many hand-
'Jump on my back.' Then I climbed on him. He is the one that took
40. The Wo.max wfio was recovered from a Water-mox.ster
43. The ]Max who was killed by a Bald Eagle
47. The Man who acquired Invulnerability
Then he cut off the dead man's head and took it with him. He told his
By next morning he was back at the camp. Then the people celebrated
13. Nix'a^t and the Bear-Women
22. The Boy who was raised by the Sevex Bulls
35. The Womax and the Black Dog
36. The Max borx from a Horse
39. The Young Man who became a Water-monster
40. The Woman who was recovered from a Water-monster
42. The Man who was killed by a Bullet-hawk
46. The Bad Wife
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