Items Related to the the Mortuary Customs Legend

The observance of the traditional customs at the burial of a Navaho devolves upon two or four mourners, of whom one is a near relative or clansman, while the others are taken from affiliated clans, such as that of the father, wife or husband of the deceased. In the early days one or more slaves, according to the wealth of the deceased, were forced to accompany the corpse, and were killed over the grave and left?

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