Earliest Days in Yokol Valley: Indications Found of Prehistoric Giant Race - transcription.
|dc.contributor.author||Duncan, W. T.|
|dc.description||6 page typed transcription, created by Click Relander. Date est.||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||"I have never seen people who showed greater grief over the death of a loved one than the Indians. I have attended two Indian funerals and their wailings were both long and loud. They buried their dead amidst their lodges. The bodies were laid at full length, face downward, with the face resting in the hands as if in deep meditation and some of the family effects were always placed in the grave with them. If it happened to be a child, his playthings were always buried with him."||en_US|
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|dc.title||Earliest Days in Yokol Valley: Indications Found of Prehistoric Giant Race - transcription.||en_US|