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The Resource American Indian mythology, [by] Alice Marriott and Carol K. Rachlin

American Indian mythology, [by] Alice Marriott and Carol K. Rachlin

Label
American Indian mythology
Title
American Indian mythology
Statement of responsibility
[by] Alice Marriott and Carol K. Rachlin
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1910-1992
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Marriott, Alice
Dewey number
  • 398.2/09701
  • 398.208997
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
E98.F6
LC item number
M24
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Rachlin, Carol K
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Indians of North America
  • Indian mythology
Label
American Indian mythology, [by] Alice Marriott and Carol K. Rachlin
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 207-211
Contents
  • The world beyond ours. How the world was made (Cheyenne) -- How the world was made (Modoc) -- How the sun came (Cheyenne) -- The sky beings : thunder and his helpers (Iroquoian) -- The waters beneath : fifty young men and a turtle (Cheyenne) -- The waters beneath : the underwater village (Kiowa) -- The waters beneath : the great river monster (Cheyenne) -- The stars above : pursuit of the bear (Musquakie, Fox) -- The stars above : Long Sash and his people (Tewa)
  • The world around us. How the people came to the middle place (Tewa) -- Nanih Waya : the sacred bluff (Choctaw and Chickasaw) -- How the half boys came to be (Kiowa) -- Male and female created he them : the river of separation (Navajo) -- To feed my people : the coming of corn (Zuni) -- To feed my people : the coming of corn (Cheyenne) -- To feed my people : the coming of corn (Mikasuki) -- To feed my people : the coming of buffalo (Jicarilla Apache) -- To feed my people : the race between the buffalo and man (Cheyenne) -- How and why : the painted turtle (Sauk) -- How and why : why the bear waddles when he walks (Comanche) -- How and why : don't be greedy story (Comanche) -- How horses came to the Navaho (Navajo) -- The end of the world : the buffalo go (Kiowa)
  • The world we live in now. Saynday and smallpox : the white man's gift (Kiowa) -- Tsali of the Cherokees (Cherokee) -- Yellow Hair : George Armstrong Custer (Cheyenne and Arapaho) -- The deer woman (Ponca) -- The dancing feather (Intertribal) -- A world of beauty : the peyote religion (Comanche and Kiowa) -- Bird of power (Intertribal)
  • The world we go to. How death came into the world (Kiowa) -- How death came into the world (Modoc) -- Over the hill (Arapaho) -- The world beyond (Hopi) -- A glass of water, please (Sauk) -- The womb of the Earth (Hopi)
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 211 p.
Other physical details
illus.
Label
American Indian mythology, [by] Alice Marriott and Carol K. Rachlin
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 207-211
Contents
  • The world beyond ours. How the world was made (Cheyenne) -- How the world was made (Modoc) -- How the sun came (Cheyenne) -- The sky beings : thunder and his helpers (Iroquoian) -- The waters beneath : fifty young men and a turtle (Cheyenne) -- The waters beneath : the underwater village (Kiowa) -- The waters beneath : the great river monster (Cheyenne) -- The stars above : pursuit of the bear (Musquakie, Fox) -- The stars above : Long Sash and his people (Tewa)
  • The world around us. How the people came to the middle place (Tewa) -- Nanih Waya : the sacred bluff (Choctaw and Chickasaw) -- How the half boys came to be (Kiowa) -- Male and female created he them : the river of separation (Navajo) -- To feed my people : the coming of corn (Zuni) -- To feed my people : the coming of corn (Cheyenne) -- To feed my people : the coming of corn (Mikasuki) -- To feed my people : the coming of buffalo (Jicarilla Apache) -- To feed my people : the race between the buffalo and man (Cheyenne) -- How and why : the painted turtle (Sauk) -- How and why : why the bear waddles when he walks (Comanche) -- How and why : don't be greedy story (Comanche) -- How horses came to the Navaho (Navajo) -- The end of the world : the buffalo go (Kiowa)
  • The world we live in now. Saynday and smallpox : the white man's gift (Kiowa) -- Tsali of the Cherokees (Cherokee) -- Yellow Hair : George Armstrong Custer (Cheyenne and Arapaho) -- The deer woman (Ponca) -- The dancing feather (Intertribal) -- A world of beauty : the peyote religion (Comanche and Kiowa) -- Bird of power (Intertribal)
  • The world we go to. How death came into the world (Kiowa) -- How death came into the world (Modoc) -- Over the hill (Arapaho) -- The world beyond (Hopi) -- A glass of water, please (Sauk) -- The womb of the Earth (Hopi)
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 211 p.
Other physical details
illus.

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