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Kootenai why stories,

Author: Frank Bird Linderman; Charles Livingston Bull
Publisher: New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1926.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Kootenai Indians, or "Flat-bow-people" lived in the mountains, and fished and hunted for their living. Their stories differ greatly from those of the Plains Indians, and are full of the cleverness and guile of forest dwellers.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Legends
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Bird Linderman; Charles Livingston Bull
OCLC Number: 2600961
Description: xx pages, 1 leaf, 166 pages color frontispiece, color plates 21 cm
Contents: Why skinkoot's arms are thin --
The frog and the antelope --
Co-pee --
Coyote and old-man's eyes --
Coyote and grizzly bear --
Boy and his wife --
Deer-persons --
Coyote's adventures --
Old-man and the thunder-birds --
War with up-there-persons --
The rabbit-person --
The skunk-person --
Coyote and Buffalo Bill --
The story of Little Rock --
Stealing the springtime.
Responsibility: by Frank B. Linderman [Coskee-see-co-cot] illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull.

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The Kootenai Indians, or "Flat-bow-people" lived in the mountains, and fished and hunted for their living. Their stories differ greatly from those of the Plains Indians, and are full of the cleverness and guile of forest dwellers.

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