Where the two came to their father

a Navaho war ceremonial
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Princeton University Press , Princeton
Navajo Indians -- Legends, Navajo Indians -- Rites and ceremonies, Navajo Indians -- Religion, Navaj
Statementgiven by Jeff King ; text and paintings recorded by Maud Oakes ; commentary by Joseph Campbell.
GenreLegends.
SeriesBollingen series -- 1.
ContributionsOakes, Maud, 1903-, Campbell, Joseph, 1904-
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 96 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19648894M
ISBN 10069109974X, 0691020698
LC Control Number68016855

Where the Two Came to Their Father: A Navaho War Ceremonial Given by Jeff King. Text and Paintings Recorded by Maud Oakes, commentary by Joseph Campbell. Tells the creation legend of the Navajo, incorporated into their blessing ceremony for the.

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Condition: Excellent - As New. First printing in this format (original edition published ). As new. "This work takes its title from the richly symbolic creation legend of the Navaho people, which they incorporated into their blessing ceremony for tribe members headed to Range: $65 - $ Where the Two Came to Their Father – A Navajo War Ceremonial January 31 - August 5, This exhibition features stencil prints from a portfolio by Maud Oakes (), an artist and ethnologist Where the two came to their father book recorded the Diné (Navajo) ceremony called Where the Two Came to Their ial to the performance of Diné ceremonies are temporary.

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Contents: Introduction / by Joseph Campbell and Maud Oakes; the Navajo; The discovery of Where the Two Came to Their Father; Jeff King's discussion of the cermonial --Jeff King's introductory legend / recorded by Maud Oakes --The.

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Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, Second edition. 55pp. Portfolio format [44 cm] with the page book in wraps, and 18 loose prints [17" x 12"]. Book is lightly dust-soiled, prints are fine.

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By John Blake, CNN. Updated AM ET, Sat Decem Item Details. A rare portfolio of serigraphs by American ethnographer, artist, and writer Maud Oakes () titled Where the Two Came to Their Father: Navaho War incredible set of minimalist prints was inspired by the sand paintings created by the Navajo tribe at a ceremony led by Navajo leader Jeff King to bless young Navajo.

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