CONTENTS
Introduction to the Paperback Editionvii
Introductionxxv
1. The Creation and Early Migrations7
2. The Origin of Day and Night13
3. The Origin of Animals14
4. Coyote regulates Life after Death14
5. Coyote and the Origin of Death17
6. The Second Man who came out of the Earth17
7. Snake-Woman distributes Seeds18
8. The Flood18
9. The Effeminate Man who introduced Strife19
10. The Origin of the Medicine-Men20
11. The Girl who married a Turtle23
12. The Man and the Dog who became Stars25
13. Evening-Star and Orphan-Star26
14. The Girl who married a Star27
15. The Girl who married a Star29
16. Lightning and the People30
17. The Brothers who became Lightning and Thunder31
18. Splinter Foot Boy36
19. Medicine-Screech-Owl39
20. Medicine-Screech-Owl43
21. The Orphan Boy who became a Wrestler45
22. The Dangerous Water Monster46
23. Slaying the Monsters by Fire47
24. Slaying the Monsters by Fire48
25. How the Buffalo ceased to eat Human Beings50
26. The Girl who had power to call the Buffalo51
27. The Old Woman who kept all the Pecans52
28. The Coward, the Son of the Moon53
29. The First War Party54
30. The Power of the Cyclone56
31. How the Cannibal was destroyed57
32. The Young Men and the Cannibals58
33. Coyote and the Six Brothers59
34. The Death of the Cannibals61
35. The Man who made Arrows for Ghost63
36. The Lazy Boys who became the Pleiades64
37. The Lost Timber Spirits64
38. The Man who turned into a Snake65
39. The Woman who turned into a Snake66
40. How Owl fooled the Girls who wanted to marry the Chief67
41. The Poor Hunter and the Alligator Power69
42. The Boy who married a Mountain-Lion71
43. Buffalo Woman73

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