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Native American storytellers share tales at Smoki

Courtesy images<br>Above, an image of a storyteller was donated to Smoki Museum by the late Dorothy Chafin and was done by Helen Cordero of Cochiti Pueblo, native peoples known for their storytelling. At right is  “The Mouse and the Hawk,”  by Phil Kewanyama, which is also the title of one of his stories.

Courtesy images<br>Above, an image of a storyteller was donated to Smoki Museum by the late Dorothy Chafin and was done by Helen Cordero of Cochiti Pueblo, native peoples known for their storytelling. At right is “The Mouse and the Hawk,” by Phil Kewanyama, which is also the title of one of his stories.

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