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D,gīdgīākī      nānw,āḵāwī  Lāwī   s,āsāmī, Hīmīs
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winter dance he .......... and his  sons,  that is

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Gālā          GīL  xā   līlāīdī     Lāw,ā      nāqā     Lāgāqā, 
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how they know     that all kind of dance and the all kind of red cedar bark,
       

lāām    lābā
to the  end


15 Pages this is History about [[underline]] nānwākāwī [[/underline]] 
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and his 4 sons killed Bāxbāqālānūxsīwī the wild man or man eater, and this is where the beginning of the winter dances are said to come from this is told by nōgōxdōx [[underline]] Indian, this how there got those
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large hāmsīwīs [[/underline]] 
Meaning of Names in this History
Nānwākāwī       = good inventor between two enemies
                          ?
Tāwīxāmāyī      = Mountain goat hunter and climber
Qāqāsīlēlāgūlīs = run alight on earth
Yāgīs           = bad heart or warriors
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NūLīlōqī        = born to be a fool

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