The Indian Fairy Book: From the Original Legends by Cornelius Mathews

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Author Mathews, Cornelius, 1817-1889
Illustrator McLenan, John, 1827-1866
Title The Indian Fairy Book: From the Original Legends
Contents The Celestial Sisters -- The Boy who Set a Snare for the Sun -- Strong Desire and the Red Sorcerer -- The Wonderful Exploits of Grasshopper -- The Two Jeebi -- Osseo, the Son of the Evening Star -- Gray Eagle and his Five Brothers -- The Toad-Woman -- The Origin of the Robin -- White Feather and the Six Giants -- Sheem, the Forsaken Boy -- The Magic Bundle -- The Red Swan -- The Man with his Leg Tied Up -- The Little Spirit or Boy-Man -- The Enchanted Moccasins -- He of the Little Shell -- Manabozho, the Mischief-Maker -- Leelinau, the Lost Daughter -- The Winter Spirit and his Visitor -- the Fire-Plume -- Weendigoes and the Bone-Dwarf -- The Bird Lover -- Bokwewa the Humpback -- The Crane that Crossed the River -- Wunzh, the Father of Indian Corn.
Credits Produced by Janet Blenkinship and The Online Distributed
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Language English
LoC Class E011: History: America: America
LoC Class GR: Geography, Anthropology, Recreation: Folklore
Subject Indians of North America -- Folklore
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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