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Segyp Kos'ket Saw Tamp ?

Rick Bartow (Native American (Wiyot), 1946–2016) Published by Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia
Coyotes, such as the one featured here, play a prominent role in Native American mythology. Both revered and feared for their cunning, playfulness, and adaptability, coyotes are frequently portrayed playing pranks in instructive stories suggesting how one can learn from foolish mistakes.

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