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He w h o would comprehend them must know the myths and ritual customs on which they are b a s e d . " The line, " M y door is w a r m in winter," means little to a white reader, but heard b y the 0 j i b way wandering f a r from his tepee through winter snows in search of game, the words meant a customary invitation to food and cheer by a stranger's fire. 111 112 Some lines in The Hako will show how difficult is the task of the translator in undertaking to give the full idea of an Indian ritual to a reader of an alien race.
I. no. 5. Peabody Mus. Boston. 1 8 9 3 . p p . 7-58, 79-152. ) The W a w a n o r Pipe Dances of the Omahas. P e a b o d y M u s . 17th and 18th Ann. Reps. pp. 308-344. The White Buffalo Festival of the Uncpapas. ibid. p p . 260276. GATSCHET, ALBERT SAMUEL. The Klamath Indians : Contri- butions t o North American Ethnology, vol. I I . p a r t I. Bur. of Amer. Eth. 711+cvi pp. (Verse with scansion, pp. ) GODDARD, P L I N Y EARLE. Myths and Tales from the S a n Carlos Apache. Anthr. Papers. Amer. Mus.
SAPIR, E . Abnormal Types of Speech in Nootka. M e m o i r 62. Geol. Survey. Dept. of Mines, Ottawa, Canada. 1915. 21 pp. (Paragraph on song diction, p p . ) S o n g Recitative in Paiute Mythology. Jour, of A m e r . FolkLore. vol. X X I I I . p p . 455-472. S W A N T O N , JOHN R. Haida Texts and Myths. Bui. 29. B u r . of A m e r . Eth. Wash. 1905. 448 p p . (Songs, p p . ) THALBITZER, W I L L I A M . The Eskimo Language. Bianco Luno. Copenhagen. 1904. p p . 289-313, 372-387. TROYER, CARLOS. Traditional Songs of the Zuni Presser.
American Indian Verse: Characteristics of Style by Nellie Barnes