This is a typed carbon copy of a manuscript entitled "Male Shooting Chant - Its Story told by the late Blue Eyes of Lukachukai."
Other title page notes read: Recorded by Father Berard Haile; free translation by Gladys A. Reichard.
"In 1924, through the interest of the late Dr. P.E. Goddard of the American Museum of Natural History, the Southwest Society
made it possible for Father Berard Haile, O.F.S., to record a long text of the Male Shooting Chant as told by Blue Eyes of
Lukachukai. When Dr. Goddard died in 1928, he was preparing this myth for publication, and since I was interested in the Navajo,
it fell into my hands. This myth is the description which gives the Chanter the key to the order of his rites and explains
to him the why and wherefore of his actions. Every Navajo Chant has such a myth which the Chanter learns as he proceeds with
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