Algonquian Spirit: Contemporary Translations of the Algonquian Literatures of North America

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Algonquian
Spirit
Contemporary Translations
of the Algonquian
Literatures of North America

Edited by Brian Swann

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS
LINCOLN & LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction xi
  • 1- East 1
  • The Tale of a Hoax 3
  • Fair Warning 42
  • The Arrival of the Whites 49
  • The Delaware Creation Story 62
  • Two- Animal Stories 72
  • Social and Ceremonial Songs 84
  • Traditions of Koluskap, the Culture Hero 99
  • The Great Fire 112
  • 2- Central 119
  • Two Wolverine Stories 121
  • Waabitigweyaa, the One Who Found the Anìshìnaabeg First 159
  • The Origin of War 170
  • That Way We Should Be Walking 185
  • Three Tales 201
  • Louse and Wide Lake 215
  • A Pair of Hero Stories 230
  • Omushkego Legends from Hudson Bay 247
  • Culture-Hero and Trickster Stories 292
  • Winter Stories 320
  • Three Winter Stories 368
  • The Origin of the Spirit Rock 411
  • 3- West 429
  • Pine Root 431
  • Ghost Dance Songs 448
  • Three Stories 472
  • Scarface 495
  • The Rolling Head 501
  • Contributors 511
  • Index 523
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