Stories of the Sioux

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STORIES OF THE SIOUX

By

CHIEF LUTHER STANDING BEAR

With Illustrations by

HERBERT MORTON STOOPS

University of Nebraska Press

Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • I - The Old Woman Who Lived with the Wolves 3
  • II - How the Medicine-Man Found the Lost Horses 10
  • III - The Arrow-Thrower 14
  • IV - The Hunter Who Was Saved by Eagles 20
  • V - The Deer Dreamer 26
  • VI - The Leap of Hawk Dreamer 28
  • VII - Standing Bear's Horse 32
  • VIII - Crow Butte 37
  • IX - Thunder Dreamer the Medicine-Man 41
  • X Buffalo Brothers 44
  • XI - The Snow Woman 48
  • XII - The Singing Colt 51
  • XIII - The Woman Who Killed the Owl 55
  • XIV - Grandmother and the Bear 58
  • XV - The Faithful Horse 61
  • XVI - The Magic Tree 65
  • XVII - The Year of the Buffalo 68
  • XVIII - The Holy Dog 71
  • XIX - Thunder Horse 75
  • XX - The First Fire 77
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