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Mourning Dove 1888-1936

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Works: 28 works in 97 publications in 2 languages and 2,662 library holdings
Genres: Folklore  Biography  Fiction  Legends  Juvenile works  Short stories  History 
Roles: Author
Classifications: E99.O35, 979.7004979
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Coyote stories by Mourning Dove( Book )
24 editions published between 1933 and 2013 in 3 languages and held by 703 libraries worldwide
A powerful force and yet the butt of humor, the coyote figure runs through the folklore of many American Indian tribes. He can be held up as a "terrible example" of conduct, a model of what not to do, and yet admired for a careless. anarchistic energy that suggests unlimited possibilities. Mourning Dove, an Okanagan, knew him well from the legends handed down by her people. She preserved them for posterity in Coyote Stories, originally published in 1933. Here is Coyote, the trickster, the selfish individualist, the imitator, the protean character who indifferently puts the finishing touches on a world soon to receive human beings. And here is Mole, his long-suffering wife, and all the other Animal People, including Fox, Chipmunk, Owl-Woman, Rattlesnake, Grizzly Bear, Porcupine, and Chickadee. Here it is revealed why Skunk's tail is black and white, why Spider has such long legs, why Badger is so humble, and why Mosquito bites people. These entertaining, psychologically compelling stories will be welcomed by a wide spectrum of readers
Cogewea, the half blood : a depiction of the great Montana cattle range by Mourning Dove( Book )
15 editions published between 1927 and 2014 in English and held by 591 libraries worldwide
One of the first known novels by a Native American woman, Cogewea (1927) is the story of a half-blood girl caught between the worlds of Anglo ranchers and full-blood reservation Indians; between the craven and false-hearted easterner Alfred Densmore and James LaGrinder, a half-blood cowboy and the best rider on the Flathead; between book learning and the folk wisdom of her full-blood grandmother. The book combines authentic Indian lore with the circumstance and dialogue of a popular romance; in its language, it shows a self-taught writer attempting to come to terms with the rift between formal written style and the comfort-able rhythms and slang of familiar speech
Tales of the Okanogans by Mourning Dove( Book )
2 editions published in 1976 in English and held by 94 libraries worldwide
A retelling of thirty-eight tales traditional to the Okanogan Indians living in the border area of Washington state and Canada
Mourning Dove's stories by Mourning Dove( Book )
3 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 77 libraries worldwide
Mourning Dove : a Salishan autobiography by Mourning Dove( Book )
8 editions published between 1990 and 1994 in English and held by 12 libraries worldwide
Morning Dove [ps. v. Christine Quintasket]
 
Alternative Names
Dove, Mourning 1888-1936
Galler, Fred 1888-1936
Galler, Fred, Mrs.
Galler, Fred Mrs. 1888-1936
Galler, Mrs. Fred
Galler Mrs. Fred 1888-1936
Hum-ishu-ma
Hum-ishu-ma 1888-1936
Humishuma.
Humishuma 1888-1936
Mourning Dove 1888-1936 Okinagan Indian
Mourning Dove (author) Amerikaans romanschrijfster (-1936)
Mourning Dove, Okinagan Indian, 1888-1936
Paloma Triste 1888-1936
Quintasket, Christine.
Quintasket Christine 1888-1936
Quintasket, Cristina 1888-1936
胡米蘇瑪
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English (90)
Spanish (3)
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