Myths & Legends of our New Possessions & Protectorate
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Myths & Legends of our New Possessions & Protectorate

By Charles M. (Charles Montgomery) Skinner
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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
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