Myths and Legends of the Mississippi Valley and the Great Lakes
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Myths and Legends of the Mississippi Valley and the Great Lakes

By Various
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Table of Contents
  • MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY AND THE GREAT LAKES
  • PREFACE
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • THE EARTH-MAKER
  • CREATION
  • THE CREATION
  • CREATION OF THE RACES[3]
  • STORY OF THE CREATION
  • CREATION (A fragment)
  • CREATION OF THE MANDANS
  • THE FLOOD
  • THE GREAT FLOOD (A fragment)
  • THE GREAT FLOOD
  • ORIGIN OF FIRE
  • THE THUNDERERS AND THE ORIGIN OF FIRE
  • THE ORIGIN OF FIRE
  • THE GIFTS OF THE SKY GOD
  • MONDAMIN
  • MONDAMIN
  • THE CORN WOMAN
  • DISCOVERY OF THE WILD RICE
  • ORIGIN OF WILD RICE
  • ORIGIN OF WINNEBAGO
  • THE ORIGIN OF TOBACCO
  • ORIGIN OF MAPLE SUGAR
  • MANABUSH AND THE MOOSE
  • ORIGIN OF DAY AND NIGHT
  • ORIGIN OF THE BEAR
  • ORIGIN OF THE WORD CHICAGO
  • ORIGIN OF THE WORD CHICAGO[9]
  • THE COMING OF MANABUSH
  • THE STORY OF MANABUSH[10]
  • MANABOZHO AND WEST
  • MANABUSH AND THE GREAT FISH
  • THE DEPARTURE OF MANABUSH
  • THE RETURN OF MANABUSH
  • THE REQUEST FOR IMMORTALITY
  • PEBOAN AND SEEGWAN
  • THE GRAVE FIRES
  • THE DEATH TRAIL
  • THE DUCK AND THE NORTH WEST WIND
  • HOW THE HUNTER DESTROYED SNOW
  • THE PIPE OF PEACE
  • THE THUNDER’S NEST
  • THE PIPESTONE
  • THE PIPESTONE
  • PAU-PUK-KEE-WIS
  • IAGOO, THE BOASTER[20]
  • OJEEG, THE SUMMER-MAKER
  • RABBIT GOES DUCK HUNTING
  • RABBIT AND THE TAR BABY
  • RABBIT AND TAR WOLF
  • RABBIT AND PANTHER
  • HOW RABBIT STOLE OTTER’S COAT
  • RABBIT AND BEAR
  • WHY DEER NEVER EAT MEN
  • HOW RABBIT SNARED THE SUN
  • WHEN THE ORPHAN TRAPPED THE SUN
  • THE HARE AND THE LYNX
  • WELCOME TO A BABY
  • BABY SONG
  • SONG TO THE FIREFLY
  • SONG OF THE MOTHER BEARS
  • THE MAN IN THE STUMP
  • THE ANTS AND THE KATYDIDS
  • WHEN THE OWL MARRIED
  • THE KITE AND THE EAGLE
  • THE LINNET AND THE EAGLE
  • HOW PARTRIDGE GOT HIS WHISTLE
  • HOW KINGFISHER GOT HIS BILL
  • WHY THE BLACKBIRD HAS RED WINGS
  • BALL GAME OF THE BIRDS AND ANIMALS
  • WHY THE BIRDS HAVE SHARP TAILS
  • THE WILDCAT AND THE TURKEYS
  • THE BRANT AND THE OTTER
  • THE TINY FROG AND THE PANTHER
  • THE FRIGHTENER OF HUNTERS
  • THE HUNTER AND THE ALLIGATOR
  • THE GROUNDHOG DANCE
  • THE RACOON
  • WHY THE OPOSSUM PLAYS DEAD
  • WHY THE ’POSSUM’S TAIL IS BARE
  • WHY ’POSSUM HAS A LARGE MOUTH
  • THE PORCUPINE AND THE TWO SISTERS
  • THE WOLF AND THE DOG
  • THE CATFISH AND THE MOOSE
  • TURTLE
  • THE WORSHIP OF THE SUN
  • TASHKA AND WALO
  • SUN AND MOON
  • THE MOON PERSON
  • THE STAR CREATURES
  • METEORS
  • THE AURORA BOREALIS
  • THE WEST WIND
  • THE LONE LIGHTNING
  • THE THUNDERS
  • MONTHS OF THE YEAR
  • WHY THE OAKS AND SUMACHS REDDEN
  • THE MAN OF ICE
  • THE NUNNEHI
  • THE LITTLE PEOPLE
  • WAR SONG
  • THE WAR MEDICINE
  • THE COMING OF THE WHITE MAN
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