Then the shamans were angry and beat that boy and drove him out of the kashim.
The people gave him place of honor in the kashim, and made him their headsman.
The men, excepting old men and boys, all sleep in the kashim, whither they retire at sunset.
After morning worship, the women carry breakfast to their husbands in the kashim.
At this the shamans became very angry and beat him and drove him out of the kashim.
During the hunting-season the men visit their wives only during the night, returning to the kashim before daylight.
When Raven reached the kashim of his own village he threw away the last piece.
He continued to do this at intervals until he reached the kashim in his own village, where he dropped the rest of the ball.
Many tribes had their “village-houses” for social purposes, like the kashim of the Eskimo.
One snowy night he was told to go out of the kashim to see if the weather was getting worse.