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The talking stone, being early American stories told before the white man's day on this continent by the Indians and Eskimos.

Author: Caroline Cunningham
Publisher: New York, A.A. Knopf, 1939.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Caroline Cunningham
OCLC Number: 1216164
Notes: "Sources": 3d prelim. leaf.
Description: 6 preliminary leaves, 3-116, [2] pages illustrations (including map) 24 cm
Contents: The talking stone / Seneca --
The strange Indian and his pack / Modoc --
The raven and daylight / Alaskan Eskimo --
Thunderbird / Ojibway --
The bag of winds / Thompson River --
The theft of fire / Menominee --
The origin of the Pleiades / Onondaga --
The redbird / Cherokee --
The discontented grass plant / Bering Strait Eskimo --
The dead warrior / Chippewa --
The Snow King / Naskapi --
The snaring of the sun / Menominee --
The ladder of arrows / Tlingit --
Scar-face / Blackfoot --
The shining lodge / Blackfoot --
It brings the day / Iroquois --
The swan maidens / Smith Sound Eskimo --
The little scarred one / Micmac.
Responsibility: Selected & retold by Caroline Cunningham; illustrated by Richard Floethe.

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