The Cow’s Tail Switch (a myth of the Jabo people of Liberia)

“I will give the cow’s tail switch to the son that I owe the most to.” he said.

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Oliver T. Spedding

Ogaloussa was a hunter who lived in the village of Kundi in Liberia.

One morning he took up his weapons and went into the forest to hunt.

His wife and sons tended the fields and watched over their cattle while he was away.

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Oliver Thomas Spedding

Oliver Thomas Spedding

I’m a freelance writer, book illustrator, songwriter and artist. Through my writing I am hoping to spread hope and encouragement. Don’t ever give up!

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