3 edition of Huron folk-lore. found in the catalog.
Horatio Emmons Hale
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||184|
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Genre/Form: Folklore Legends: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Connelley, William Elsey, Wyandot folk-lore. Topeka, Kan., Crane & Company, Huron Folk-Lore.
Indian Huron folk-lore. book, but whom in one of my visits I met on this reser-vation, had published, a few years previously, a little book on the "Origin and Traditional History of the Wyandotts," showing con-siderable intelligence in the writer, and.
Huron Folk-Lore. "Arabian Nights" and other similar creations, was the accumulated product of native genius, transmitted through many generations of practised story-tellers. This conclusion is confirmed, and the true purport and importance of the legend are more distinctly shown, by a variation of it, furnished.
Folk-Lore & Myths. Huron and Wyandot Mythology; Indian Myths; Nubbins; Tales of the Bark Lodges; Traditional Narratives; Wyandot Folk-Lore; History. Essays & Books. Missionary Pioneer; Ohio’s Trail of Tears; Provisional Government.
Walker Journal, Book 1; Walker Journal, Book 2; Saved from Oblivion; The Civil War; The Native Peoples; The. Wyandot Folk-Lore is a history of the Wyandot Indians, along with their customs, traditions, system of clans and government, religion, deities, myths, and ancient stories explaining the creation of their world and the Wyandot people.
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