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Bekk'aatu̳gh ts'u̳hu̳ney = Stories we live by : traditional Koyukon Athabaskan stories

Author: Catherine Attla; Eliza Jones
Publisher: Fairbanks : Yukon Koyukuk School District and Alaska Native Language Center, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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The legends found in this book have been handed down from generation to generation. Stories reflect the ambiguities and paradoxes of life.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
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Attla, Catherine.
Bekk'aatu̳gh ts'u̳hu̳ney.
Fairbanks : Yukon Koyukuk School District and Alaska Native Language Center, 1996
(OCoLC)607115130
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Attla; Eliza Jones
ISBN: 1555000584 9781555000585
OCLC Number: 34576841
Language Note: English and Koyukon Athabaskan on facing pages.
Description: xiv, 338 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Power and compassion: Elts'eeyh Denaa- Wind man --
Yo T'e K'egheetlaadlee- One who secured his axe to the sky --
Dednaa' Kkaa Oho Edets'eyeneek'etaadleledenh- One who had been willed to come for a man's daughters --
Telel Denaa Yoonaan Nonodenaalyaayee- Eagle man who carried people far away --
Raven: Bebaats'e K'enohoollet Yelneeyee- Baby who, according to his aunt, resembled his uncle --
Dotson' Se Netsoo Tl'aaghedekkon Laatlghaanee- Great raven who killed a water monster --
Dotson' Se Taaleebaay Laatlghaanh- Great raven killed a whale --
Dotson' Se Denaakk'olonh Seeltoneeghaanee- Great raven who abducted a young girl. Part 3: Love and jealousy: Dekeltlaal De'ot Etldleeyee- Woodpecker who starved his wife --
Taahsol Solt'aanh- Taahsol woman --
Deketl'e Nelots'eebaay Notaadle'aanee- One who recognized her younger brother's little finger --
Death: Detsoo K'ed'etlaat Hogheeggodlenh- One who tore the bowpiece from her grandmother's canoe --
K'etl'enbaalots'ek --
War: K'ekol'on Tlee' --
Liver's head --
Unkk'uye --
Deeneegedzee --
Yekkoyh Denaa = Northern lights man --
Leek Tson Yel Too Ghedenoonee --
One who drank water with dog droppings in it.
Other Titles: Stories we live by
Responsibility: told by Catherine Attla ; introduction by Chad Thompson with Eliza Jones ; transcribed by Eliza Jones ; translated by Eliza Jones and Chad Thompson ; illustrated by Cindy Davis.

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The legends found in this book have been handed down from generation to generation. Stories reflect the ambiguities and paradoxes of life.

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