Myths and Legends of the Sioux

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MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF THE SIOUX

. . . BY . . . MRS. MARIE L. MCLAUGHLIN

WITH ILLUSTRANONS FROM ORIGINAL DRAWINGS

University of Nebraska Press Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Table of Contents 7
  • Foreword 9
  • The Forgotten Ear of Corn 11
  • The Little Mice 12
  • The Pet Rabbit 13
  • The Pet Donkey 15
  • The Rabbit and the Elk 18
  • The Rabbit and the Grouse Girls 20
  • The Faithful Lovers 23
  • The Artichoke and the Muskrat 29
  • The Rabbit and the Bear with The Flint Body 31
  • Story of the Lost Wife 34
  • The Raccoon and the Crawfish 37
  • Legend of Standing Rock 40
  • Story of the Peace Pipe 42
  • A Bashful Courtship 45
  • The Simpleton's Wisdom 48
  • A Little Brave and the Medicine Woman 52
  • The Bound Children 56
  • The Signs of Corn 64
  • Story of the Rabbits 66
  • How the Rabbit Lost His Tail 68
  • Unktomi and the Arrowheads 77
  • The Bear and the Rabbit Hunt Buffalo 80
  • The Brave Who Went on the Warpath Alone and Won the Name Of The Lone Warrior 86
  • The Sioux Who Married the Crow Chief's Daughter 94
  • The Boy and the Turtles 99
  • The Hermit, or the Gift of Corn 101
  • The Mysterious Butte 104
  • The Wonderful Turtle 108
  • The Man and the Oak 113
  • Story of the Two Young Friends 118
  • The Story of the Pet Crow 136
  • The "Wasna" (pemmican) Man and The Unktomi (spider) 142
  • The Resuscitation of the Only Daughter 145
  • The Story of the Pet Crane 151
  • White Plume 156
  • Story of Pretty Feathered Forehead 170
  • The Four Brothers Or Inyanhoksila (stone Boy) 179
  • The Unktomi (spider), Two Widows, And the Red Plums 198
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