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Keepers of the earth : native American stories

Author: Joseph Bruchac; Michael J Caduto
Publisher: Golden, Colo. : Fulcrum, 1991.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of 25 Native American legends.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Bruchac; Michael J Caduto
ISBN: 1555910998 9781555910990
OCLC Number: 24343227
Notes: "From the book Keepers of the Earth, Michael J. Caduto & Joseph Bruchac."
Performer(s): Read by Joseph Bruchac.
Description: 2 audiocassettes (2 hr., 13 min.) : analog
Contents: The coming of Stories (Seneca) --
The Coming of Gluscabi (Abenaki) --
The Earth on Turtle's Back (Onondaga) --
Four Worlds: the Dine Story of Creation (Navajo) --
Loo-Wit, the Fire Keeper (Nisqually) --
How Grandmother Spider Stole the Sun (Creek) --
Tunka-Shila, Grandfather Rock (Lakota [Sioux]) --
Old Man Coyote and the Rock (Pawnee) --
Gluscabi and the Wind Eagle (Abenaki) --
The Hero Twins and the Swallower of Clouds (Zuni) --
Koluscap and the Water Monster (Micmac and Maliseet) --
How Thunder and Earthquake Made Ocean (Yurok) --
Sedna, the Woman Under the Sea (Innuit) --
How Raven Made the Tides (Tsimshian) --
How Coyote Was the Moon (Kalispel) --
How Fisher Went to the Skyland (Anishinabe) --
Spring Defeats Winter (Seneca) --
The Coming of Corn (Cherokee) --
Manabozho and the Maple Trees (Anishinabe) --
Kokopilau, the Hump-Backed Flute Player (Hopi) --
How Turtle Flew South for the Winter (Dakota [Sioux]) --
Gluscabi and the Game Animals (Abenaki) --
Awi Usdi, the Little Deer (Cherokee) --
The Origin of Death (Siksika [Blackfeet]) --
The White BUffalo Calf Woman and the Sacred Pipe (Lakota [Sioux])
Responsibility: told by Joe Bruchac.

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Native American storytelling at its best. These stories--drawn from diverse North American cultures in the far north, northeast, southeast, and southeast--celebrate the human spirit and its  Read more...

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