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Folklore and Legends of the North American Indian ebook

Folk Lore and Legends of the North American Indian is an exquisite compilation of North American Indian myths and legends as they existed in the late 1880s and early 1890s. These are the stories that were passed from mouth to mouth, teaching stories to help young Native Americans navigate through the uncertain journey of life that lay ahead. J.B. Lippincott gathered the stories from letters transported to him via the recently completed Transcontinental Pacific Railroad. These stories should not become just another page in the ever-increasing forest of the internet; they should not be accessible only with the use of electronic devices.

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Folk Lore and Legends of the North American Indian is an exquisite compilation of North American Indian myths and legends as they existed in the late 1880s and early 1890s. These are the stories that were passed from mouth to mouth, teaching stories to help young Native Americans navigate through the uncertain journey of life that lay ahead. J.B. Lippincott gathered the stories from letters transported to him via the recently completed Transcontinental Pacific Railroad. These stories should not become just another page in the ever-increasing forest of the internet; they should not be accessible only with the use of electronic devices.

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A unique collection of North American Indian myths and legends collected during the late 1800's and originally published in 1891. A percentage of the sale will be donated to foundations in the USA for the further education of Native Americans.

  • A GREAT READ FOR KIDS!
  • Keeping American Indian folklore alive
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A unique collection of North American Indian myths and legends collected during the late 1800's and originally published in 1891. A percentage of the sale will be donated to foundations in the USA for the further education of Native Americans.

  • A GREAT READ FOR KIDS!
  • Keeping American Indian folklore alive
  • 33% is donated to charities
  • 32 Native American Folk tales
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A unique collection of North American Indian myths and legends collected during the late 1800's and originally published in 1891. A percentage of the sale will be donated to foundations in the USA for the further education of Native Americans.

  • A GREAT READ FOR KIDS!
  • Keeping American Indian folklore alive
  • 33% is donated to charities
  • 32 Native American Folk tales
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A unique collection of North American Indian myths and legends collected during the late 1800's and originally published in 1891. A percentage of the sale will be donated to foundations in the USA for the further education of Native Americans.

  • A GREAT READ FOR KIDS!
  • Keeping American Indian folklore alive
  • 33% is donated to charities
  • 32 Native American Folk tales
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Folklore and Legends of the North American Indian

A unique collection of North American Indian myths and legends collected during the late 1800's and originally published in 1891. A percentage of the sale will be donated to foundations in the USA for the further education of Native Americans.

  • A GREAT READ FOR KIDS!
  • Keeping American Indian folklore alive
  • 33% is donated to charities
  • 32 Native American Folk tales
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THE AMERICAN INDIAN FAIRY BOOK - 26 Native American tales and legends

The 26 American Indian stories herein, have been, time out of mind, in their original form, recited around the lodge-fires and under the trees, by the Indian story-tellers, for the entertainment of the Native American children of the West. Here you will find the stories of THE CELESTIAL SISTERS, THE BOY WHO SET A SNARE FOR THE SUN, STRONG DESIRE AND THE RED SORCERER, WUNZH. THE FATHER OF INDIAN CORN, WHITE FEATHER AND THE SIX GIANTS, SHEEM, THE FORSAKEN BOY and many, many more.

  • Classic Native American folklore
  • Suitable for ages 7 to 101 or to be read to younger audiences
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback 5" x 8" or 12.7cm x 20.3cm
  • 33% of the net profit will be donated to Charities
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification.
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THE AMERICAN INDIAN FAIRY BOOK - 26 Native American tales and legends

The 26 American Indian stories herein, have been, time out of mind, in their original form, recited around the lodge-fires and under the trees, by the Indian story-tellers, for the entertainment of the Native American children of the West. Here you will find the stories of THE CELESTIAL SISTERS, THE BOY WHO SET A SNARE FOR THE SUN, STRONG DESIRE AND THE RED SORCERER, WUNZH. THE FATHER OF INDIAN CORN, WHITE FEATHER AND THE SIX GIANTS, SHEEM, THE FORSAKEN BOY and many, many more.

  • Classic Native American folklore
  • Suitable for ages 7 to 101 or to be read to younger audiences
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback 5" x 8" or 12.7cm x 20.3cm
  • 33% of the net profit will be donated to Charities
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification.
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THE AMERICAN INDIAN FAIRY BOOK - 26 Native American tales and legends

The 26 American Indian stories herein, have been, time out of mind, in their original form, recited around the lodge-fires and under the trees, by the Indian story-tellers, for the entertainment of the Native American children of the West. Here you will find the stories of THE CELESTIAL SISTERS, THE BOY WHO SET A SNARE FOR THE SUN, STRONG DESIRE AND THE RED SORCERER, WUNZH. THE FATHER OF INDIAN CORN, WHITE FEATHER AND THE SIX GIANTS, SHEEM, THE FORSAKEN BOY and many, many more.

  • Classic Native American folklore
  • Suitable for ages 7 to 101 or to be read to younger audiences
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback 5" x 8" or 12.7cm x 20.3cm
  • 33% of the net profit will be donated to Charities
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification.
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THE AMERICAN INDIAN FAIRY BOOK - 26 Native American tales and legends

The 26 American Indian stories herein, have been, time out of mind, in their original form, recited around the lodge-fires and under the trees, by the Indian story-tellers, for the entertainment of the Native American children of the West. Here you will find the stories of THE CELESTIAL SISTERS, THE BOY WHO SET A SNARE FOR THE SUN, STRONG DESIRE AND THE RED SORCERER, WUNZH. THE FATHER OF INDIAN CORN, WHITE FEATHER AND THE SIX GIANTS, SHEEM, THE FORSAKEN BOY and many, many more.

  • Classic Native American folklore
  • Suitable for ages 7 to 101 or to be read to younger audiences
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback 5" x 8" or 12.7cm x 20.3cm
  • 33% of the net profit will be donated to Charities
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification.
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THE AMERICAN INDIAN FAIRY BOOK - 26 Native American tales and legends

The 26 American Indian stories herein, have been, time out of mind, in their original form, recited around the lodge-fires and under the trees, by the Indian story-tellers, for the entertainment of the Native American children of the West. Here you will find the stories of THE CELESTIAL SISTERS, THE BOY WHO SET A SNARE FOR THE SUN, STRONG DESIRE AND THE RED SORCERER, WUNZH. THE FATHER OF INDIAN CORN, WHITE FEATHER AND THE SIX GIANTS, SHEEM, THE FORSAKEN BOY and many, many more.

  • Classic Native American folklore
  • Suitable for ages 7 to 101 or to be read to younger audiences
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback 5" x 8" or 12.7cm x 20.3cm
  • 33% of the net profit will be donated to Charities
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification.
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Indian Legends of Vancouver Island

A great read for children and for use around campfires! Herein you will find seventeen stories of adventure and legend from Vancouver Island, or the land known as Wakash Nation. Stories like The Legend Of The Thunder Birds, How Shewish Became A Great Whale Hunter, The Finding Of The Tsomass and of course The Legends of Eut-Le-Ten, Vancouver Islands own Maui. Here you will read stories of the lone Indian paddling his canoe on the waters of the Western sounds, savouring the scent of cedar hidden amongst the Toh-a-mupt, or Sitca, spruce, with its scaly bark and prickly spine; the feathery foliage of the Quilth-kla-mupt, the western hemlock. The frond-like branches and aromatic scent betray to him the much-prized Hohm-ess, the giant cedar tree, from which he carves his staunch canoe. These are the woods in which Eut-Le-Ten roamed and hunted and dreamed of winning the hand of Nas-nas-shups daughter who resided in land beyond the sky. Enamoured with this thought, Eut-Le-Ten shot arrow after arrow towards heaven making a rope of shafts. Then when his rope was high enough, he climbed the rope to land above and beyond to claim the hand of Nas-nas-shups daughter. Read about this in The Arrow Chain To Heaven. But claiming his princess would not be as simple as he thought. Armed with the charms he received after helping The Two Blind Squaws, he had to overcome The Four Terrors Guarding The House Of Nas-Nas-Shup and the endure The Trial By Fire before he could eventually claim his bride. Eut-le-ten eventually returned to earth and was counted as a chief more learned than any that had ever been.

  • Seventeen stories of adventure and legend from Vancouver Island, or the land known as Wakash Nation.
  • Classic Native American Folklore. Stories of Eut-le-ten from Vancouver Island on the Canadian West Coast.
  • Perfect Bound Paperback
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A great read for children and for use around campfires! Herein you will find seventeen stories of adventure and legend from Vancouver Island, or the land known as Wakash Nation. Stories like The Legend Of The Thunder Birds, How Shewish Became A Great Whale Hunter, The Finding Of The Tsomass and of course The Legends of Eut-Le-Ten, Vancouver Islands own Maui. Here you will read stories of the lone Indian paddling his canoe on the waters of the Western sounds, savouring the scent of cedar hidden amongst the Toh-a-mupt, or Sitca, spruce, with its scaly bark and prickly spine; the feathery foliage of the Quilth-kla-mupt, the western hemlock. The frond-like branches and aromatic scent betray to him the much-prized Hohm-ess, the giant cedar tree, from which he carves his staunch canoe. These are the woods in which Eut-Le-Ten roamed and hunted and dreamed of winning the hand of Nas-nas-shups daughter who resided in land beyond the sky. Enamoured with this thought, Eut-Le-Ten shot arrow after arrow towards heaven making a rope of shafts. Then when his rope was high enough, he climbed the rope to land above and beyond to claim the hand of Nas-nas-shups daughter. Read about this in The Arrow Chain To Heaven. But claiming his princess would not be as simple as he thought. Armed with the charms he received after helping The Two Blind Squaws, he had to overcome The Four Terrors Guarding The House Of Nas-Nas-Shup and the endure The Trial By Fire before he could eventually claim his bride. Eut-le-ten eventually returned to earth and was counted as a chief more learned than any that had ever been.

  • Seventeen stories of adventure and legend from Vancouver Island, or the land known as Wakash Nation.
  • Classic Native American Folklore. Stories of Eut-le-ten from Vancouver Island on the Canadian West Coast.
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A great read for children and for use around campfires! Herein you will find seventeen stories of adventure and legend from Vancouver Island, or the land known as Wakash Nation. Stories like The Legend Of The Thunder Birds, How Shewish Became A Great Whale Hunter, The Finding Of The Tsomass and of course The Legends of Eut-Le-Ten, Vancouver Islands own Maui. Here you will read stories of the lone Indian paddling his canoe on the waters of the Western sounds, savouring the scent of cedar hidden amongst the Toh-a-mupt, or Sitca, spruce, with its scaly bark and prickly spine; the feathery foliage of the Quilth-kla-mupt, the western hemlock. The frond-like branches and aromatic scent betray to him the much-prized Hohm-ess, the giant cedar tree, from which he carves his staunch canoe. These are the woods in which Eut-Le-Ten roamed and hunted and dreamed of winning the hand of Nas-nas-shups daughter who resided in land beyond the sky. Enamoured with this thought, Eut-Le-Ten shot arrow after arrow towards heaven making a rope of shafts. Then when his rope was high enough, he climbed the rope to land above and beyond to claim the hand of Nas-nas-shups daughter. Read about this in The Arrow Chain To Heaven. But claiming his princess would not be as simple as he thought. Armed with the charms he received after helping The Two Blind Squaws, he had to overcome The Four Terrors Guarding The House Of Nas-Nas-Shup and the endure The Trial By Fire before he could eventually claim his bride. Eut-le-ten eventually returned to earth and was counted as a chief more learned than any that had ever been.

  • Seventeen stories of adventure and legend from Vancouver Island, or the land known as Wakash Nation.
  • Classic Native American Folklore. Stories of Eut-le-ten from Vancouver Island on the Canadian West Coast.
  • Perfect Bound Paperback
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A great read for children and for use around campfires! Herein you will find seventeen stories of adventure and legend from Vancouver Island, or the land known as Wakash Nation. Stories like The Legend Of The Thunder Birds, How Shewish Became A Great Whale Hunter, The Finding Of The Tsomass and of course The Legends of Eut-Le-Ten, Vancouver Islands own Maui. Here you will read stories of the lone Indian paddling his canoe on the waters of the Western sounds, savouring the scent of cedar hidden amongst the Toh-a-mupt, or Sitca, spruce, with its scaly bark and prickly spine; the feathery foliage of the Quilth-kla-mupt, the western hemlock. The frond-like branches and aromatic scent betray to him the much-prized Hohm-ess, the giant cedar tree, from which he carves his staunch canoe. These are the woods in which Eut-Le-Ten roamed and hunted and dreamed of winning the hand of Nas-nas-shups daughter who resided in land beyond the sky. Enamoured with this thought, Eut-Le-Ten shot arrow after arrow towards heaven making a rope of shafts. Then when his rope was high enough, he climbed the rope to land above and beyond to claim the hand of Nas-nas-shups daughter. Read about this in The Arrow Chain To Heaven. But claiming his princess would not be as simple as he thought. Armed with the charms he received after helping The Two Blind Squaws, he had to overcome The Four Terrors Guarding The House Of Nas-Nas-Shup and the endure The Trial By Fire before he could eventually claim his bride. Eut-le-ten eventually returned to earth and was counted as a chief more learned than any that had ever been.

  • Seventeen stories of adventure and legend from Vancouver Island, or the land known as Wakash Nation.
  • Classic Native American Folklore. Stories of Eut-le-ten from Vancouver Island on the Canadian West Coast.
  • Perfect Bound Paperback
  • 33% of the net profit will be donated to the American Indian Education Foundation
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A HOPI proverb states "The one who tells the stories rules the world." The 110 Hopi tales and legends presented in this volume were collected in the vernacular and without an interpreter, by H. R. Voth, during the early part of the 20th C. He did this in connection with other investigations among the Hopi which he made for the Field Columbian Museum's Department of Anthropology in an investigation provided for by Mr. Stanley McCormick. The Hopi maintain a complex religious and mythological tradition stretching back over centuries. However, it is difficult to definitively state what all Hopi, as a group, believe. Like the oral traditions of many other societies, Hopi mythology is not always told consistently and each Hopi mesa, or even each village, may have its own version of a particular story. But, in essence the variants of the Hopi myth bear marked similarity to one another. Folklorist Harold Courlander (1908 - 1996) stated, "there is a Hopi reticence about discussing matters that could be considere

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A HOPI proverb states "The one who tells the stories rules the world." The 110 Hopi tales and legends presented in this volume were collected in the vernacular and without an interpreter, by H. R. Voth, during the early part of the 20th C. He did this in connection with other investigations among the Hopi which he made for the Field Columbian Museum's Department of Anthropology in an investigation provided for by Mr. Stanley McCormick. The Hopi maintain a complex religious and mythological tradition stretching back over centuries. However, it is difficult to definitively state what all Hopi, as a group, believe. Like the oral traditions of many other societies, Hopi mythology is not always told consistently and each Hopi mesa, or even each village, may have its own version of a particular story. But, in essence the variants of the Hopi myth bear marked similarity to one another. Folklorist Harold Courlander (1908 - 1996) stated, "there is a Hopi reticence about discussing matters that could be considere

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A HOPI proverb states "The one who tells the stories rules the world." The 110 Hopi tales and legends presented in this volume were collected in the vernacular and without an interpreter, by H. R. Voth, during the early part of the 20th C. He did this in connection with other investigations among the Hopi which he made for the Field Columbian Museum's Department of Anthropology in an investigation provided for by Mr. Stanley McCormick. The Hopi maintain a complex religious and mythological tradition stretching back over centuries. However, it is difficult to definitively state what all Hopi, as a group, believe. Like the oral traditions of many other societies, Hopi mythology is not always told consistently and each Hopi mesa, or even each village, may have its own version of a particular story. But, in essence the variants of the Hopi myth bear marked similarity to one another. Folklorist Harold Courlander (1908 - 1996) stated, "there is a Hopi reticence about discussing matters that could be considere

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  • A sliver from massive library of Hopi folklore
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A HOPI proverb states "The one who tells the stories rules the world." The 110 Hopi tales and legends presented in this volume were collected in the vernacular and without an interpreter, by H. R. Voth, during the early part of the 20th C. He did this in connection with other investigations among the Hopi which he made for the Field Columbian Museum's Department of Anthropology in an investigation provided for by Mr. Stanley McCormick. The Hopi maintain a complex religious and mythological tradition stretching back over centuries. However, it is difficult to definitively state what all Hopi, as a group, believe. Like the oral traditions of many other societies, Hopi mythology is not always told consistently and each Hopi mesa, or even each village, may have its own version of a particular story. But, in essence the variants of the Hopi myth bear marked similarity to one another. Folklorist Harold Courlander (1908 - 1996) stated, "there is a Hopi reticence about discussing matters that could be considere

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  • Tales from the Mesas
  • A sliver from massive library of Hopi folklore
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  • 110 Hopi tales and legends
  • Tales from the Mesas
  • A sliver from massive library of Hopi folklore
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