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University of Regina Press, 2017. — 120 p. — (Bilingual edition). The first-ever collection of Anniiih/Gros Ventre narratives to be published in the Aaniiih/Gros Ventre language, this book contains traditional trickster tales and war stories. Some of these stories were collected by Alfred Kroeber in 1901, while others are contemporary, oral stories, told in the past few years. As...
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Translated by Peter Frost — University of Nebraska Press, 2018. — 570 p. The Bungling Host motif appears in countless indigenous cultures in North America and beyond. In this groundbreaking work Daniel Clément has gathered nearly four hundred North American variants of the story to examine how myths acquire meaning for their indigenous users and explores how seemingly absurd...
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ABC-CLIO, 2002. — 342 p. — (Edited and with an Introduction by Karl Kroeber). Native American mythology shows vestiges of religious concepts already old when the Egyptians evolved their form of worship. This volume offers an unusual collection of myths from two Native American cultures, the Wintu and Yana, recorded and translated in the 1880s by Jeremiah Curtin, one of the...
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Introduction The mythology of North America is a cultural treasure house, but many of these myths and legends are hidden away in various old and rare books. It would be difficult for the average person to track down and collect this material because the rarity of some of these books makes them hard to find and expensive. So this vast body of wisdom lies out of reach of most...
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Teach Yourself Books, 2001. — 129 p. — ISBN 0-658-02124-9. Myths are symbolic stories that have evolved through oral tradition, and they have guided and inspired us for many years. Follow these lively retellings of popular and significant Native American myths and discover how to unlock their hidden meanings so that they can be better understood. - Explore and enjoy the subtle...
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August House, 1987. — 265 pp. — (American Folklore Series). — ISBN 0-87483-038-9. Lankford's comprehensive anthology is a testament to his homage of native Americans and their history. This book includes 131 legends from the American Southeast accompanied by maps, illustrations and discussions of the cultures that generated them.
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Harper Perennial, 1990. — 168 p. Prankster, warrior, seducer, fool - Old Man Coyote is the most enduring legend in Native American culture. Crafty and cagey - often the victim of his own magical intrigues and lusty appetites - he created the earth and man, scrambled the stars and first brought fire... and death. Barry Lopez - National Book Award-winning author of Arctic Dreams and...
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Rzeczpospolita S.A., 2008. — 125 s. — ISBN 978-83-89840-16-5. "Indianie Ameryki Północnej(...)" przekazuje wiedzę nie tylko o wierzeniach, ale również o zasadach, które kierują życiem rdzennych mieszkańców Dzikiego Zachodu. Obrazuje nam też jak bardzo wywróciliśmy ich świat do góry nogami. My — czyli biali ludzie, najeźdźcy, bowiem odebraliśmy im ich ziemię i staraliśmy się...
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New York: Dover Publications, 1996. — 608 p. This Dover edition, first published in 1995, is an unabridged and slightly altered republication of the work originally published by the Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., in 1900, as part of the Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1897-98: in Two...
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Retold and Annotated by Evan T. Pritchard. — Woodstock, Vermont: SkyLight Paths Publishing, 2005. — lxiv+204 p. — (SkyLight Illuminations). — ISBN 1-59473-112-8. Native American stories of the sacred are intended for more than entertainment: they are teaching tales containing elegantly simple illustrations of time-honored truths. From tales of Creation to “Why?” stories that help...
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McFarland, 2014. — 232 p. Retelling 30 myths and legends of the Eastern Cherokee, this book presents the stories with important details providing a culturally authentic and historically accurate context. Background information is given within each story so the reader may avoid reliance on glossaries, endnotes, or other explanatory aids. The reader may thus experience the stories...
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Dover Publications, 2003. — 208 p. In the late 1920s, an elderly Navaho leader, anxious to preserve the myths of his people before they were lost in the tide of modern civilization, asked Aileen O'Bryan to record the tales he told her and to publish them in a book. The storyteller was Sandoval, Hastin Tlo'tsi hee (or Old Man Buffalo Grass), the first of the four chiefs of the...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2018. — 402 p. Although the canon of nineteenth-century Native American writers represents rich literary expression, it derives generally from a New England perspective. Equally rich and rare poetry, songs, and storytelling were produced farther west by Indians residing on the Southern Plains. When Dream Bear Sings is a multidisciplinary, diversified,...
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Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, 2009. — 97 p. — (Myths of the World). — ISBN 0761442170. These timeless tales of gods and heroes give us a window into the beliefs, values, and practices of people who lived long ago. They can make us think about the BIG QUESTIONS that have confronted humankind down through the ages: questions about human nature, the meaning of life, and what...
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Enslow Publishers, 2001. - 129 pages. ISBN: 0766014096 Mesoamerica is a geographical area that covers most of what is now Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, and other parts of Central America. Even though the early Mesoamerican cultures from which the Mayas and Aztecs emerged were different in many ways, they encountered one another often because of trade, migration, and conquest. As a...
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Enslow Publisher Inc, 2001. — 128 p. Discusses various American Indian myths, including creation stories and tales of principal characters.
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Series: Mythology (Berkeley Heights, N.J.), 2001. — 129 p. — ISBN 0-7660-1559-9. The Inuit world was filled with powerful spirits capable of vengeful and hostile acts toward people. But ordinary people could speak to the spirits and ask for help by using magical words.
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М.: Фаир-Пресс, 2005. — 104 с. — ISBN 5818309231. Автор знакомит читателя с множеством версий мифов инков о Сотворении мира, об образовании империи и о деяниях ее выдающихся правителей, исследует мифологию многочисленных этнических групп, разбросанных по территории бывшей империи инков, в том числе мифы жителей северного побережья Перу. Он подробно пересказывает некоторые легенды,...
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