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Myths of the Cherokee
     

Myths of the Cherokee

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by Gregory Branson-Trent
 
Myths Of The Cherokee presents a huge collection of myths and legends of the Cherokee people. Broken into categories, stories featured break into the groupings of COSMOGONIC MYTHS, QUADRUPED MYTHS, BIRD MYTHS, SNAKE FISH AND INSECT MYTHS, WONDER STORIES, HISTORICAL TRADITIONS, and MISCELLANEOUS MYTHS AND LEGENDS.
Among the more than 125 collected stories, are:

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Myths Of The Cherokee presents a huge collection of myths and legends of the Cherokee people. Broken into categories, stories featured break into the groupings of COSMOGONIC MYTHS, QUADRUPED MYTHS, BIRD MYTHS, SNAKE FISH AND INSECT MYTHS, WONDER STORIES, HISTORICAL TRADITIONS, and MISCELLANEOUS MYTHS AND LEGENDS.
Among the more than 125 collected stories, are: How The World Was Made, The First Fire, Origin Of Disease And Medicine, How They Brought Back The Tobacco, The Journey To The Sunrise, What The Stars Are Like, Origin Of Strawberries, The Four-footed Tribes, How The Rabbit Stole The Otter's Coat, The Rabbit Escapes From The Wolves, The Bird Tribes, How The Turkey Got His Beard, The Owl Gets Married, The Snake Tribe, The Red Man And The Uktena, The Nest Of The Tlä'nuwä, The Bride From The South, The Ice Man, Yahula, First Contact With Whites, The Unseen Helpers, The Last Shawano Invasion, The Lost Cherokee, The War Medicine, The Man In The Stump, Herbert's Spring, and many more.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011898938
Publisher:
Gregory Branson-Trent
Publication date:
11/22/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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I think this is a great book, you won't regret getting this one.