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When Dream Bear sings : Native literatures of the Southern Plains

Author: Gus Palmer; Alan R Velie
Publisher: Lincoln, NE : University of Nebraska Press, [2018] ©2018
Series: Native literatures of the Americas.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Collection of songs, orations, myths, stories, legends, and other oral literatures from seven of the major language groups of the Great Plains: Muskogean, Uto-Aztecan, Caddoan, Siouan, Algonquian, Kiowa-Tanoan, and Athabascan"--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gus Palmer; Alan R Velie
ISBN: 9780803284005 0803284004
OCLC Number: 1031915644
Description: xli, 358 pages : map, music ; 27 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Alan R. Velie --
Acknowledgments --
Introduction --
1. Algonquian Language Family. Cheyenne. Cheyenne Stories and Storytelling Oral Traditions / Gordon Yellowman --
The Bear and the Coyote / translated by Joyce Twins --
Cheyenne Story : Dogs Used to Carry Burdens in Days before Horses / Birdie Burns, Cheyenne, recorded and transcribed by Julia A. Jordan --
Cheyenne Story : Man Who Prophesied Coming of Horses and White Men Long Ago / Birdie Burns, Cheyenne, recorded and transcribed by Julia A. Jordan --
How Stories Were Told at Night by an Old Lady / Birdie Burns, Cheyenne, recorded and transcribed by Julia A. Jordan --
Birdie's Grandmother's Story of How Corn and Buffalo Were Given to the Cheyennes / Birdie Burns, Cheyenne, recorded and transcribed by Julia A. Jordan --
Absentee Shawnee. Shawnee Poems / narrated by Pauline Wahpepah, introduced by Gus Palmer Jr. --
Kickapoo. The Motorcyclists / Mosiah Bluecloud --
Lenape. The Lenape Story of the Origin of the Woman Dance / Lillie Hoag Whitehorn, transcribed by Bruce Pearson and Jim Rementer, translated by Nora Thompson Dean, introduced by Jim Rementer --
Miami. Myaamia "Story of Fox and Wolf" / narrated by Kiišikohkwa (Elizabeth Valley) to Albert Gatschet, introduced by David J. Costa --
Potawatomi. Pondese : Old Man Winter and Why We Have Spring Today / translated and introduced by Justin Neely --
2. Athabaskan Language Family. Plains Apache. Coyote and Rock Monster : A Plains Apache Tale / narrated by Alonzo Chalepah Sr., transcribed by Harry Hoijer, reanalyzed and introduced by Sean O'Neill --
3. Caddoan Language Family. Caddo. The Wolf and the Wren / narrated by Sadie Bedoka Weller, transcribed by Wallace Chafe --
Pawnee. The Old Woman and Her Grandson Blessed by a Voice / narrated by Dollie Moore, Pitahawirata Pawnee, translated and introduced by Douglas R. Parks, interlinear files by Joshua A. Richards --
He Goes Over and the Burning Log : A Wolf Story / narrated by Harry Mad Bear, Skiri Pawnee, introduced and translated by Douglas R. Parks, interlinear files by Joshua A. Richards --
A Pawnee Story / narrated, translated, and introduced by Adrian Spottedhorsechief --
Arikara. The Race between the Horse and the Buffalo : A Arikara Narrative / Alfred Morsette (Paatú Kananuuninó, 'Not Afraid of the Enemy'), transcribed and introduced by Douglas R. Parks --
Kitsai. Coyote Frees Buffalo / narrated by Kai Kai, Kitsai, recorded by Alexander Lesser, translated and introduced by Joshua A. Richards --
Wichita. Awa:hárikic : Hassí:ri:ha:stírih / narrated and translated by Bertha Provost, translated and introduced by Joshua A. Richards --
4. Iroquoian Language Family. Cherokee. Diary / translated and introduced by Durbin Feeling --
I Shot It, You Shot It / transcribed and translated by Durbin Feeling --
Seneca-Cayuga. Minnie Thompson Stories / narrated by Minnie Thompson, recorded and transcribed by J.W. Tyner --
Wyandotte. History of the Wyandotte Indians / Donna Elliott Vowel interviewed by J.W. Tyner --
5. Kiowa-Tanoan Language Family. Kiowa. Já:mátàunhè:jègà (Star Girls Story) / narrated, transcribed, and translated by Parker P. McKenzie, retranslated and introduced by Gus pànmtha̲i:dê Palmer --
6. Siouan Language Family. Ponca. A Ponca Ghost Story / narrated by Francis La Flesche, originally transcribed and translated by James Owen Dorsey, reanalyzed and introduced by Sean O'Neill --
Otoe-Missouria. Introduction to Otoe-Missouria / Sky Campbell --
The Rabbit and the Grasshoppers : An Otoe Story / collected by Rev. James Owen Dorsey --
The Rabbit and the Mountain : An Otoe Myth / narrated by Joseph La Flesche, collected by Rev. James Owen Dorsey --
Ponca Omaha. Ponca Omaha Letters Dictated and Taken by James Owen Dorsey / introduced by Vida Woodhull Stabler --
Kaw. Two Accounts of a Battle between the Kaws and Cheyennes / narrated by Zhóhin Mányin and Pahánle Gáxli, collected by Rev. James Owen Dorsey, retranscribed, retranslated, and introduced by Justin T. McBride --
Ioway. The Sister and Brother / translated and introduced by Lance Roster, THPO Iowa tribe of Kansas and Nebraska --
Quapaw. Introduction to Quapaw / Billy Proctor --
The Rabbit and the Black Bears : A Dhegiha Myth / narrated by Alphonsus Valliere, recorded by James Owen Dorsey, transcribed by Billy C. Proctor --
7. Uto-Aztecan Language Family. Comanche. ; Blind Fox and Two Girls / narrated by Wow-wat, translated by Juanita Pahdopony, introduced by Brian Daffron --
The Boy Who Turned Into a Snake / narrated by Dorothy Martinez, translated by Juanita Pahdopony, introduced by Brian Daffron --
8. Language Isolate. Introduction to Language Isolates / Gus Palmer Jr. --
Tonkawa. The Young Man Who Became a Shaman : A Tonkawa Myth Story / transcribed, translated, and introduced by Don Patterson, text prepared by Miranda Allen Myers.
Series Title: Native literatures of the Americas.
Responsibility: edited by Gus Palmer Jr. ; foreword by Alan R. Velie.

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