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Children of the sun : stories by and about Indian kids

Author: Adolf Hungrywolf; Beverly Hungry Wolf; Honi Werner
Publisher: New York : W. Morrow, ©1987.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Historical narratives describe the traditions, cultures, and experiences of native Americans growing up during the early 1900's. Includes Indian stories and legends.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Children of the sun.
New York : W. Morrow, ©1987
(OCoLC)566295992
Online version:
Children of the sun.
New York : W. Morrow, ©1987
(OCoLC)609150227
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adolf Hungrywolf; Beverly Hungry Wolf; Honi Werner
ISBN: 0688067824 9780688067823
OCLC Number: 14003172
Description: 203 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction --
A child is born. Winnebago birthing, naming and adoption --
Red leggings and more adoption --
Growing up outdoors. Young hunter of Picuris --
Training of a flathead girl --
Omaha care and training of children --
Ancestral embers --
Initiations to tribal mysteries. How children recieve blessings --
A Winnebago boy's initiation --
Poor wolf joins a Hidatsa boy's society --
Daughters of Ponca chiefs --
A girl joins a Mandan women's society --
Fasting customs among Winnebago children --
Omaha ceremony to honor a young girl --
Children of the Iruska --
A Sioux boy as Heyoka --
Clowns among the crow tribe --
Hosteen Klah: boy medicine man of the Navaho --
Staying alive. My Indian grandmother --
An Omaha boy gets native doctoring --
A Hidatsa childhood in the 1860s --
Childhood quotes --
Goodbird is nearly drowned --
The Pawnee girl who saved a prisoner --
Riding a dog travois --
Games played by Omaha children --
A Taos schoolboy at home for the summer --
Finding a mate. Omaha marriage customs --
Winnebago marriage customs --
Sioux maiden's feast --
Hidatsa courting customs --
Courting at the corn harvest --
Courting in Sioux tipi camps --
Blackfoot tipi-creeping on the Canadian prairies --
Some childhood stories. A typical summer day for a Hidatsa boy --
Childhood memories of Willie Eagle Plume --
A debut of Aloyasius --
The return --
Little-Joe's back home --
The conversion of a dozen young Hopis --
Little Taos boy at a dance --
A 1950s child of the sun --
A sun dance child of the blackfeet --
Tales for the fireside. Manitoshaw, the hunting girl --
The poor turkey girl --
Coyote and the fawn's stars --
Coyote and crow --
Blackfoot legend of Napi and the great spirit --
Napi and the elk skull --
Napi makes buffalo laugh --
Origin of names among the cherokees --
Why the turkey is bald --
The simple happiness of a Navaho girl.
Responsibility: [edited by] Adolf and Beverly Hungry Wolf.

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Historical narratives describe the traditions, cultures, and experiences of native Americans growing up during the early 1900's. Includes Indian stories and legends.

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