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by Ruth Roessel
Author: Ruth Roessel
Publisher: Navajo Curriculum Center; 1st edition (June 1, 1981)
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Navajo women learn their roles from Changing Woman, whose example provides guidance from infancy through adulthood, Roessel . The role played by the women in the life of the Navajos’ home was one of primary importance.
Navajo women learn their roles from Changing Woman, whose example provides guidance from infancy through adulthood, Roessel wrote. Girls are named before they are four days old, and their ears are immediately pierced. Relatives gather to celebrate the baby’s first laugh, and later to commemorate puberty with the Kinaalda ceremony. They were the center of the home, and around them revolved the life of each family. The Holy People taught Changing Woman how to dress, wear her hair, care for the home, prepare food and build a fire.
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Women in Navajo Society. ISBN 9780936008011 (978-36008-01-1) Hardcover, Navajo Curriculum Center, 1981. Find signed collectible books: 'Women in Navajo Society'. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Ruth Roessel at LibraryThing.
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