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The myth of Hiawatha, and other oral legends, mythologic and allegoric of the North American Indians

Author: Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
Publisher: AuTrain, Mich. : Avery Color Studios, 1984.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Named Person: Hiawatha; Hiawatha
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
ISBN: 0932212352 9780932212351
OCLC Number: 11259870
Notes: Cover title: The Hiawatha legends.
Reprint. Originally published: Philadelphia : Lippincott, 1856.
Description: 272 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Supplementary introduction --
Introduction --
Hiawatha; or, Manabozho --
Paup-puk-keewiss --
Osseo; or, The son of the evening star --
Kwasind; or, the fearfully strong man --
The Jeebi; or, Two ghosts --
Iagoo --
Shawondasee --
Puck Wudu Ininees; or, The vanishing little man --
Pezhiu and Wabose; or, The Lynx and hare --
Peboan and Seegwun : an allegory of winter and spring --
Mon-daw-min; or, The origin of Indian corn --
Nezhik-e-wa-wa-sun; or, The lone lightening --
The Ak Uk O Jeesh; or, The groundhog family --
Opeechee; or, The origin of the robin --
Shingebiss : an allegory of self-reliance --
The star family; or, The celestial sisters --
Ojeeg Annung; or, The red lover --
Sheem, the forsaken by; or Wolf brother --
Mishemokwa; or, The war with the gigantic Bear wearing the precious prize of the necklace of wampum, or The origin of the small black bear --
The red swan --
Tau-wau-chee-hezkaw; or, The white feather --
Pauguk, and the mythical interpretation of Hiawatha --
Iena, the wanderer; or, Magic bundle --
Mishosha; or, The magician of Lake Superior --
Peeta Kway, the foam-woman --
Pah-hah-undootah, the red head --
The white stone canoe --
Onaiazo, the sky-walker : a legend of a visit to the sun --
Bosh-kwa-dosh; or, The mastodon --
The sun-catcher; or, The boy who set a snare for the sun : a myth of the origin of the dormouse --
Wa-wa-be-zo-win; or, The swing on the pictured rocks of Lake Superior --
Mukakee Mindemoea; or, The toad-woman --
Eroneniera; or, An Indian visit to the Great Spirit --
The six hawks; or, Broken wing --
Weeng, the spirit of sleep --
Addik Kum Maig; or, The origin of the white fish --
Bokwewa; or, The humpback magician --
Aggodagauda and his daughter; or, The man with his leg tied up --
Iosco; or, the prairie boys; visit to the sun and moon --
The enchanted moccasins --
Leelinau : A Chippewa tale --
Wild notes of the Pibbigwun.
Other Titles: Hiawatha legends
Responsibility: by Henry R. Schoolcraft ; [illustrations by John Evans].

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