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Schoolcraft's Indian legends : from Algic researches, the myth of Hiawatha, Oneóta, the race in America, and historical and statistical information respecting ... the Indian tribes of the United States

Author: Henry Rowe Schoolcraft; Mentor L Williams
Publisher: East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, 1991.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Folklore
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Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864.
Schoolcraft's Indian legends.
East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, 1991
(OCoLC)607787475
Online version:
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864.
Schoolcraft's Indian legends.
East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, 1991
(OCoLC)607870950
Named Person: Hiawatha; Hiawatha
Material Type: Fiction, Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Rowe Schoolcraft; Mentor L Williams
OCLC Number: 25454674
Notes: Originally published: 1956. With new introd. by Philip P. Mason.
Description: xxiv, 322 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: V.1. ALGIC RESEARCHES: General considerations --
Preliminary observations --Ojeeg Anuug, or The summer-maker --
The celestrial sisters --
Tau-Wau-Chee-Hezkaw, or The white feather --
Peboan and Seegwun: an allegory of the seasons --
The red lover --
Iamo, or The undying head --
Mon-Daw-Min, or The origin of Indian corn --
Peeta Kway, or The tempest --
Manabozho, or The Great incarnation of the North --
Bokwewa, or The Humpback --
Iena, or The magic bundle --
Sheem, or The forsaken boy --
Paup-Puk-Keewiss --
Iadilla, or The origin of the robin --
The enchanted moccasins --
The broken wing: an allegory --
The three cranberries: a fable --
Paradise opened to the Indians; Pontiac's tale --
V.2. ALGIC RESEARCHES: The red swan --
Aggo Dah Gauda, or The man with his leg tied up --
Iosco, or A visit to the Sun and Moon --
The two Jeebi-Ug, or A trial of feeling --
Pah-hah-undootah, or The red head --
Leelinau, or The lost daughter --
Puk Wudj Ininee: a fairy tale --
Mishosha, or The magician of the lake --
The Weendigoes --
The racoon and the crawfish: a fable --
La Pudre, or The storm fool --
Git-chee-gau-zinee, or The trance --
Wassamo, or The fire plume --
Osseo, or The son of the evening star --
Kwasind, or The fearfully strong man --
Mudjee Monedo and Minno Monedo --
The pigeon hawk and the tortoise: a fable --
The charmed arrow --
Addik Kum Maig, or The origin of the whitefish --
Owasso and Wayoond, or The Manito foiled --
Shawondasee --
The linnet and the eagle: a fable --
The moose and the woodpecker, or Manabozho in distress --
Weeng --
Iagoo --
The grave light, or adventures of a warrior's soul --
Pauguk --
The vine and oak: an allegory.
Other Titles: Indian legends
Responsibility: edited by Mentor L. Williams.

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