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White wolf woman : Native American transformation myths

Author: Teresa Pijoan
Publisher: Little Rock : August House Publishers, 1992.
Series: Adolescent upward bound collection.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A collection of thirty-seven transformation myths collected from the oral traditions of Native Americans, showing the powers of certain animals as they move between human and nonhuman worlds.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Pijoan, Teresa, 1951-
White wolf woman.
Little Rock : August House Publishers, 1992
(OCoLC)608426281
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Teresa Pijoan
ISBN: 0874832012 9780874832013 0874832004 9780874832006
OCLC Number: 25508854
Description: 167 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Snakes --
Thunder son (Algonquin) --
Spirit eggs (Cheyenne) --
Snake-boy (Cherokee) --
Water monster snake-man (Chiricahua Apache) --
Rattlesnake father (Pomo) --
Woman seeker (Hopi) --
Water jar boy (Sikyatki) --
Sacred snake (Zuni) --
Greedy brothers (Brule Sioux) --
Wolves --
Ghost hunter (Dakota) --
White wolf woman (Zuni) --
Wolf-chief's son (Tlingit) --
Three mountain wolf-water monster (Chiricahua) --
Wolf star (Pawnee) --
Wolf woman running (Sioux) --
Medicine wolf (Blackfoot) --
Wolf daughter (Eskimo) --
Bears --
The boy and the bear (Iroquois) --
Bear-mother (Haida) --
Bear songs (Cherokee) --
Beast bear-man (Guiana) --
Bearskin-woman (Blackfoot) --
Bear-man (Pawnee) --
Ma'nabush and the bear (Menomini) --
Other animals --
Porcupine vs. Thunderers (Iroquois) --
White hawk (Shawnee) --
Seneca medicine (Seneca) --
Devilfish promise (Haida) --
First people (Eskimo) --
Gopher's wisdom (Sioux) --
Wolf clan lesson (Nass River people) --
Buffalo-maiden (Arikara) --
KoKo wisdom (Zuni) --
Faithless women (Iroquois) --
Monkey-wife (Guiana) --
Miqka'no, Turtle Chief (Miqka'no) --
Magic beasts (Comanche). Snakes --
Wolves --
Bears --
Other animals.
Series Title: Adolescent upward bound collection.
Responsibility: collected and retold by Teresa Pijoan.

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A collection of thirty-seven transformation myths collected from the oral traditions of Native Americans, showing the powers of certain animals as they move between human and nonhuman worlds.

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