The Child of the Dawn. After the world had just been created by Iltchí-dishísh, he brought fruits for the support of people. He threw out water upon the world; it became a fog, and, descending on the land, made all to grow, and fruits and trees came forth in the four quarters of the earth.
- Bourke, John G. (1890). "Notes on Apache Mythology. "JAF 3:209-212, p. 209.