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Aunt Mary, tell me a story : a collection of Cherokee legends and tales

Author: Mary Regina Ulmer Galloway; Mary Ulmer Chiltoskey
Publisher: Cherokee, N.C. : Cherokee Communications, ©1990.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of 28 Cherokee legends as told by the Eastern Bank of the Cherokee.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Legends
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Aunt Mary, tell me a story.
Cherokee, N.C. : Cherokee Communications, ©1990
(OCoLC)891919713
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Regina Ulmer Galloway; Mary Ulmer Chiltoskey
ISBN: 0962863009 9780962863004
OCLC Number: 24059910
Description: 81 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: What is a legend? --
The legends of the Cherokee --
The legend of spearfinger --
The legend of the fairy crosses --
The legend of the Cherokee rose --
The legend of the corn beads --
How selfishness came into the world or why the Smokies are Smoky --
The littel girl and her pig --
The race between the great one and the evil one --
The dog that talked --
How the Smokies were made --
Saligugi (Mud turtle) and the storyteller --
The legend of the five races of men --
The legend of the first woman --
The legend of the strawberries --
The pine tree and the pleiades --
The legend of the dogwood --
Why the redbird is red --
The first woodcarver --
The rabbit and old flint --
The legend of the Milky Way --
How the water spider captured fire --
The legend of the magic lake --
Why mountains are bald --
Why the owl has a spotted coat --
Why the possum's tail is bare --
Man learns to do housework --
Goldilocks thereafter --
The legend of the living waters --
How the bat and the flying squirrel got their wings.
Responsibility: edited and compiled by Mary Regina Ulmer Galloway ; as told by Mary Ulmer Chiltoskey ; cover and illustrations by Lib Lambert, John Barton Galloway, and Goingback Chiltoskey.

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A collection of 28 Cherokee legends as told by the Eastern Bank of the Cherokee.

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