SOME NATIVE-AMERICAN LANGUAGE FAMILIES:
NA-DENE (ATHABASCAN): Navajo, Apache, Tlingit, Haida
ALGONQUIAN/ALGIC: Mohican, Mic-Mac, Abenaki, Delaware, Cree, Ojibwa/Chippewa, Cheyenne, Blackfoot, Shawnee, Potowatomi, Arapaho, Illinois
IROQUOIS: Mohawk, Oneida, Seneca, Cherokee, Tuscarora, Onondaga
MUSKOGEAN: Seminole, Choctaw, Chickasaw
SIOUAN: Iowa, Omaha, Dakota, Winnebago, Crow, Lakota
SALISHAN: Salish, Spokane, Coeur d'Alene
UTO-AZTECAN: Hopi, Shoshone, Nahuatl, Comanche
MAYAN: Maya, Quiché, Yucatec, Huastec, Tzotzil, Chontal, Chol
QUECHUA: Quechua (in parts of Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia, Argentina)
ARAWAK: Arawak (in Surinam and Guyana)
CARIB: Carib (in Venezuela), Wayana (in Surinam)
TUPI-GUARANI: Guarani (in parts of Paraguay, Argentina)
ARAUCANIAN: Huilliche, Mapudungun
Béésh Ast'ohii Ashiike
One set of the Táchééh songs sing when sweating, a great health cleanse out your pores and breezes goes through your body
THE STORY OF THE FLINT KNIFE BOYS AND THE GREAT WARRIOR OF AZTEC
Beyond Dibé nitsaah, Big Mountain Sheep is La Plata Mountains, there is a yellowish colored mountain and near it there is a mountain with shiny rocks on it, this mountain is called Disǫs. Now the man who was formed inside the first mountain is called Tsoi nadleehe, and the man who was formed in Dessos is named Łeeyaneeyąni, One Who Was Raised inside the Earth.
There is a 4-day ceremony here called K'aa' diyiní the Arrow Spirit Ceremony.
The first man had no children. The second man had twin boys. These boys were given the names of the First Holy Twin Brothers: the elder was called Naayee' neisghąni, but the younger was called Ła' aji neeyąni, He, Who Grew in One Day, as well as that of Tó ba'ajishchį'i. Both boys grew up in one day.
[46. Matthews (1887, pp. 379-467; Matthews (1903, vol. 16, pp. 61-64; Stevenson, James (1891, p. 281).
47. Morris (1921, vol. 26, pp. 115-121). Morris, (1924, vol. 26, p. 192): "The basketry shield and numerous burial accouterments indicate that the individual occupied a position of unusual importance in the pueblo. Probably this was due in part at least to his great stature."]