Chemehuevi traditional narratives

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Chemehuevi lands

Maya civilization Aztec civilization Inca civilization Chemehuevi traditional narratives include myths, legends, tales, and oral histories preserved by the Chemehuevi people of the Mojave Desert and Colorado River of southeastern California and western Arizona. Chemehuevi oral literature is known primarily through the writings of Carobeth Laird, based on the testimony of her Chemehuevi husband, George Laird. These narratives show their closest links with the traditional narratives of the Great Basin peoples and of the Chemehuevi’s linguistic kinsmen the Southern Paiute in particular.

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