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46. Gâ'sag*ila.

Tradition of the Na'k!wax*da?xu.

Gâ'sag*ila was a chief who had many carvings. He came from the south. He put them up when he reached the north country. He went to Gwa'wê in the country of the Na'k!wax*da?xu, and there he staid. There he made a winter-dance, and his son became a cannibal, whose names were Q!â'sElîdzas, Ha?mêk*!â'lag*ilîs, Ts!â'xôstâla. This son's son was K*!ô'gwikîlagEmê?, whose son was Q!u'mqwax*â'lasEmê?.

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