Myths & Legends of our New Possessions & Protectorate
Free

Myths & Legends of our New Possessions & Protectorate

By Charles M. (Charles Montgomery) Skinner
Free
Book Description
Table of Contents
  • Myths & Legends Of Our New Possessions & Protectorate
  • Philadelphia & London J. B. Lippincott Company 1900
  • Table of Contents
  • Illustrations
  • In the Caribbean
  • The Mysterious Islands
  • The Buccaneers
  • The Boat of Phantom Children
  • Early Porto Rico
  • The Deluge
  • How Spaniards were Found to be Mortal
  • Ponce
  • Water Caves
  • How a Dutchman Helped the Spaniards
  • The Ghost of San Geronimo
  • Police Activity in Humacao
  • The Church in Porto Rico
  • The Mermaids
  • The Aborigines
  • The Caribs
  • Secret Enemies in the Hills
  • Sacred Shrines
  • Tobacco
  • The Two Skeletons of Columbus
  • Obeah Witches
  • The Matanzas Obeah Woman
  • How Havana Got its Market
  • The Justice of Tacon
  • The Cited
  • The Virgin’s Diamond
  • A Spanish Holofernes
  • The Courteous Battle
  • Why King Congo was Late
  • The Chase of Taito Perico
  • The Voice in the Inn
  • In the Pacific
  • Finding of the Islands
  • Ancient Faiths of Hawaii
  • The Giant Gods
  • The First Fire
  • The Little People
  • The Hawaiian Iliad
  • The Hawaiian Orpheus and Eurydice
  • The Rebellion of Kamiole
  • The Japanese Sword
  • Lo-Lale’s Lament
  • The Resurrections of Kaha
  • Hawaiian Ghosts
  • The Three Wives of Laa
  • The Misdoing of Kamapua
  • Pele’s Hair
  • The Prayer to Pele
  • Lohiau and the Volcano Princess
  • A Visit of Pele
  • The Great Famine
  • Kiha’s Trumpet
  • How Moikeha Gained a Wife
  • The Sailing of Paao
  • The Wronged Wife
  • The Magic Spear
  • Hawaiian Witches
  • The Cannibals
  • The Various Graves of Kaulii
  • The Kingship of Umi
  • Keaulumoku’s Prophecy
  • The Tragedy of Spouting Cave
  • The Grave of Pupehe
  • The Lady of the Twilight
  • The Ladrones
  • Old Beliefs of the Filipinos
  • Animal Myths
  • Later Religious Myths and Miracles
  • Bankiva, the Philippine Pied Piper
  • The Crab Tried to Eat the Moon
  • The Conversion of Amambar
  • The Bedevilled Galleon
  • Two Runaways from Manila
  • The Christianizing of Wong
  • The Devil’s Bridge
  • The Great Earthquake
  • Suppressing Magic in Manila
  • Faith that Killed
  • The Widow Velarde’s Husband
  • The Grateful Bandits
  • Colophon
    • Availability
    • Encoding
    • Revision History
    • Corrections
    No review for this book yet, be the first to review.
      No comment for this book yet, be the first to comment
      You May Also Like
      Also Available On
      Categories
      Curated Lists