Mythology of the Pai

The mythology of the Pai includes the following Native American peoples: Walapai (hualapai), Havasupai, Yavapai, Paipai

The Yuman languages form a family of Native American languages spoken in the southwestern states of the United States and in Mexico, Baja California.

the walapai (or, more correctly, hualapai by xwal - pine and ʔpay - people), is a Yuman language of the branch of the Central Yuman languages spoken in the United States, in Northwestern Arizona, along the Colorado River.

the havasupai is a Yuman language from the branch of the Central Yuman languages spoken in the United States, in Northwestern Arizona, in the Grand Canyon, along a tributary of Colorado, the Havasu.

the yavapai is a Yuman language from the branch of Central Yuman languages spoken in the United States, in west-central Arizona, along the Verde River.

the paipai is a Yuman language from the branch of the Northern Yuman languages spoken in Mexico, in northern Baja California, in San Isidro, in the Trinidad valley and especially in Santa Catarina in the Sierra de Juarez.

Pai mythology

Mythology of Pai (texts)