Dzukowa / Wild Woman of the Woods Mask

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Cedar wood, paint, horse hair, bear fur.
14" x 11" x 10"

In ancient times a chiefs son caught many salmon and hung them in his big-house, only to wake up the next morning to find them gone. He went fishing and hung them up again, but that night when the intruder tried to steal his fish he shot it with his bow and arrow.

In the morning he followed the tracks to a house in the forest where the Dzunokwa (Wild Woman of the Woods) lived. He removed the arrows and healed her, and in gratitude she gave him supernatural gifts and her daughter as his wife. They lived happily ever after, of course.

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