According to a Steilacoom, in the beginning, Grey Eagle kept the sun, moon, stars, fresh water and fire hidden from the people. Then Raven fell in love with Grey Eagleâs beautiful daughter. To please her, he turned himself into a snow-white bird, so she invited him into her fatherâs lodge. When Raven saw the sun and moon, he stole them and escaped through a smoke hole in the house. Outside, he hung the sun in the sky and flew away. At night, he put up the moon for light and kept on flying, carrying with him a stick of fire. Soon the smoke from the fire drifted over his back, turning his white feathers black. Made of Pendleton's softest wool.
32" x 44".
Napped, felt bound.
82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton.
Made in the USA.
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