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Hahgwehdiyu

by Micha F. Lindemans
The good creator deity of the Iroquois. He planted a grain of corn in the body of his mother Atahensic. From this the first maize -- the staple of the Iroquois -- grew and this was considered the great gift to mankind. His twin brother is Hahgwehdaetgan, an evil spirit.

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