The Traditions of the Hopi, by H.R. Voth, , at sacred-texts.com
In Háno handsome woman makes earthen jug. She tramples clay so that it spurts all around. She bears child which is earthen jug having little boy inside. Child grows to be young man. Tells grandfather he wants to go hunting. Grandfather makes him bow and arrows and ties them to jug handles. He also ties food and burden band to jug. Grandfather carries jug from village and leaves it, after telling him about rabbit tracks. jug youth finds tracks and follows them. Chases rabbit, which jumps down into wash. jug youth also jumps and bursts in two, and Hopi comes out. He takes burden band and how and arrows and follows rabbit, which he shoots. He kills four rabbits, which he carries home. Mother and grandfather are happy, and with his assistance live there.