Native American Legends & Culture


Arts, Crafts & Trades

    Arrows
    Bow - Navajo Uses
    Canes/Power
    Chief Rug
    Crystals
    Feathers
    Hózhó and Navajo Basketry
    Hunting/Work Implements
    Jish
    Klagetoh Rugs
    Leatherwork
    Music
    Navajo Basketry
    Navajo Blacksmiths
    Navajo Bull Roarer or Groaning Stick
    Navajo Ceremonial Baskets
    Navajo Cradles
    Pitchpot
    Pottery
    Prayersticks/Offering
    Precious Stones
    Protection/Practice
    Red Mesa Rugs
    Sandpainting
    Sandpainting Textiles
    Silversmith Work
    Storm Rugs
    Two Grey Hills Rugs
    Weaving
    Wickerwork
    Zuni Fetishes

Creatures

    All Animals
    Badger
    Bear
    Big Snake - Navajo Mythological Creature
    Butterfly in Navajo Traditional Stories
    Coyote and Lizard Navajo Animal Stories
    Coyote and Skunk
    Coyote, Porcupine and the Elk
    Crow
    Deer
    Dog
    Eagle
    Fish
    Frog
    Horse
    How Buzzard Got His Feathers
    How Coyote Got His Yellow Eyes
    Lizard
    Navajo Bat Story
    Owl
    Rabbit & Coyote
    Sacred Birds
    Sheep
    Small Birds
    Small Duck
    Snakes
    Stinging Insects
    Turkey
    Turtle
    Turtle & Frog
    Various Birds
    Various Insects
    Wolf

Dieties

    Begochiddy
    Big Fly
    Big Star - Sontso
    Buffalo People in Navajo Mythology
    Changing Bear Maiden
    Cicada & Corn Beetle
    Corn Spirits in Navajo Mythology
    Coyote Kills Giant
    Coyote of Navajo Mythology
    Coyote Stealing Fire
    Coyote, First Man and Placing the Stars
    Ethkay-nah-ashi
    Fire God
    First Man
    First Pair
    First Woman
    Frog
    Gila Monster
    Great Coyote
    Hero Twins/Monster Slayer
    Holy Ones
    Horned Toad
    Hunchback God
    Kokopelli
    Monsters
    Moon
    Mother Earth, Father Sky
    Navajo Big Snake Man
    Navajo Changing Woman
    Navajo Cloud People
    Navajo Coyote Woman
    Rainbow People
    Salt Woman
    Spider Woman
    Star People
    Sun
    Talking God
    Thunder
    Water Creatures
    Water Sprinkler
    White Bead Maiden
    Wind
    Yei
    Yeitso

Environment

    Colors
    Corn in Navajo Traditional Life
    Creation of Light
    Cyclone, Wind, Stars
    Dine Emergence/Creation
    Drying of the Earth
    Fire
    Four Cardinal Light
    Four Directions
    Four Sacred Plants
    Great Flood
    Hogans
    Navajo Core of the Universe
    Numbers
    Origin of Objects
    Plants
    Rain/Moisture
    Sacred Mountains
    Seasons & Months
    Stars
    The Whirling Logs
    Time of Day
    Tree of Life
    Various Worlds
    Whirling Logs
    Wind & Inner Form

General Life / Men & Women

    Anasazi
    Ashes
    Behavior
    Creation of Man
    Dine'
    Games/Entertainment
    Ghosts
    Illness
    Imagination
    Long Walk
    Male/Female Separation
    Mortuary Customs
    Mother-in-Law
    Navajo and Apache
    Navajo Clans
    Navajo Weddings
    People/Diversity
    Property
    Pueblos Tricked
    Relationships
    Separation of Clans
    Signals of Danger
    Symbolism
    Taboos
    Warnings/Rules
    Whirlwinds/Breathing
    Women/Taboos

Healers & Healing

    Medicine Men
    Medicines
    Observance
    Pollen
    Ritual Ceremony

Ways/Chantways

    An Introduction to Ways/Chantways
    Bat/Windway Chant
    Bead Chant
    Bear & Snake Man Chant
    Beauty Chant
    Big Godway
    Eagle Way
    Ghostway Ritual
    Hail Way
    Hollow Log Trip
    Kinaalda
    Male Shooting Way
    Moth Way
    Night Chant
    Plume Way
    Shoe Game
    Skinwalkers
    Song of the Rain Chant
    Tsilkehji - Mountain Chant
    Visionary
    War/Squaw Dance
    Witchcraft

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