Story: Habits of porcupines
Habits of porcupines
Different customs concerning the eating of the Porcupine. (L VII.-6. 6590 rev.-6594 rev.). Certain persons not allowed to eat the tail of the Porcupine. (L VIII.-16. 7405-7409, 7408 rev. and 7409 rev.). A part of the Porcupine is used to prevent the evil consequences of eating !kùï. (L VIII.-16. 7450 rev., note). A story describing the habits of porcupines and the eating of them. The porcupine seeks food away from its hole and returns to a different hole.
1) From |han≠kass'o's personal knowledge, 2) This story is found in Book VIII-16
8 September 1878 (started)
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