A Treasury of Eskimo Tales
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A Treasury of Eskimo Tales

By Clara Kern Bayliss
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  • A TREASURY OF ESKIMO TALES
  • BY
  • CLARA K. BAYLISS
    • Author of "A Treasury of Indian Tales," "Old Man Coyote," etc.
    • illustrated in color by GEORGE CARLSON
    • NEW YORK THOMAS Y. CROWELL COMPANY PUBLISHERS
      • Copyright, 1922, By THOMAS Y. CROWELL COMPANY
      • Second Printing
      • Printed in the U. S. A.
    • Copyright, 1922, By THOMAS Y. CROWELL COMPANY
    • Second Printing
    • Printed in the U. S. A.
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • I
    • THE BABY ESKIMO
  • II
    • KIVIUNG
  • III
    • THE GIANT
  • IV
    • KALOPALING
  • V
    • THE WOMAN MAGICIAN
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • VI
    • THE BIRD WIFE
  • VII
    • THE SPIRIT OF THE SINGING HOUSE
  • VIII
    • THE TORNIT
  • IX
    • THE FLIGHT TO THE MOON
  • X
    • WHAT THE MAN IN THE MOON DID
  • XI
    • THE GUEST
  • XII
    • THE ORIGIN OF THE NARWHAL
  • XIII
    • WHAT THE ESKIMO BELIEVES
      • HOW MEN WERE CREATED
      • THE FLOOD
    • HOW MEN WERE CREATED
    • THE FLOOD
  • XIV
    • THE FIRST MAN
  • XV
    • THE FIRST WOMAN
  • XVI
    • OTHER MEN
  • XVII
    • MAN'S FIRST GRIEF
  • XVIII
    • UP TO THE TOP OF THE SKY, AND DOWN TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
  • XIX
    • TAKING AWAY THE SUN
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • XX
    • THE DWARF PEOPLE
  • XXI
    • WHAT HAPPENED TO THE LONE WOMAN OF ST. MICHAEL
  • XXII
    • WHY THE MOON WAXES AND WANES
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • XXIII
    • CHUNKS OF DAYLIGHT
  • XXIV
    • THE RED BEAR
  • XXV
    • THE LAST OF THE THUNDERBIRDS
  • XXVI
    • RAVEN MAKES AN OCEAN VOYAGE
  • XXVII
    • THE RED SKELETON
  • XXVIII
    • THE MARMOT AND THE RAVEN
  • XXIX
    • ORIGIN OF THE WINDS
  • XXX
    • RAVEN AND THE GEESE
  • XXXI
    • EVEN A GRASS PLANT CAN BECOME SOMEONE IF IT TRIES
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