Items Related to the the Navajo Cradles Legend

When a child is born it is wrapped in a sheep-pelt, woolly side in, and placed between the fireplace and west side of the hogan at the spot designated as hunaba'ji. The old women of the neighborhood then make a rude canopy or shelter of cedar, or other pliable boughs, with which to cover the head of the child and protect it from sparks of the fire?

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