Items Related to the the Hunting/Work Implements Legend

Early Navaho implements were usually made of stone or wood, as iron and its value were little known. Accordingly, stone knives were used for cutting, whittling and scraping, Stone knives, in shape like the arrowpoint, or elliptical, are still largely prescribed for ceremonial purposes, in cutting sacred buckskin, in unraveling knots, and the like?


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