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"This niece of Listening Woman's had the rare gift of hearing the voices in the wind and getting the visions that came out of the earth. It was something that ran in the family - a gift of divining the cause of illness." Chap. 1, p. 9

"Not even any sensible gossip. Little bit of witch talk now and then. The kind of talk something like that stirs up." Chap. 3, p. 28

"Short Mountain Navajos had a long-standing reputation among their fellow Dinee for being uncooperative, slow, cantankerous, witch-ridden and generally backwards." Chap. 3, p. 31

"It was not a Navajo concept, this idea of adjusting nature to human needs. The Navajo adjusted himself to remain in harmony with the universe. When nature withheld the rain, the Navajo sought the pattern of this phenomenon - as he sought the pattern of all things - to find its beauty and live in harmony with...

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