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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 104, Wild Pony Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 104, Wild Pony Summary and Analysis

The legend of Wild Pony is a legend of primeval times told by the Jicarilla Apache people. An old man, Smoke, and an old woman, Wild Pony, appeared on the plains when time began. A magic being, a hatsin, joins them. He explains that they will become the parents of a great and noble tribe, but must first learn to live off the land. He teaches the old couple about the silver to be found in rocks and the planting of corn and grain.

One day the hatsin appears and wishes to speak with Wild Pony alone. He shows her the wild horses and tells her that the horses will help her as long as they are treated as friends. The hatsin then shows Wild Pony the red clay, rubbing some on the palms of her hands...

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