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The Myth of Hiawatha

And Other Oral Legends, Mythologic and Allegoric, of the North American Indians


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Hiawatha; or, Manabozho
Osseo; or, the Son of the Evening Star
Kwasind; or, the fearfully Strong Man
The Jeebi; or, Two Ghosts
Puck Wudj Ininees; or, the Vanishing Little Men
Pezhiu and Wabose; or, the Lynx and Hare
Peboan and Seegwun. An Allegory of Winter and Spring
Mon-daw-min; or, the Origin of Indian Corn
Nezhik-e-wa-wa-sun; or, the Lone Lightning
The Ak Uk O Jeesh; or, the Groundhog Family
Opeechee; or, the Origin of the Robin
Shingebiss. An Allegory of Self-reliance
The Star Family; or, the Celestial Sisters
Ojeeg Annung; or, the Summer-Maker
Chileeli; or, the Red Lover
Sheem, the forsaken Boy, or Wolf Brother
Mishemokwa; or, the War with the Gigantic Bear wearing
the precious prize of the Necklace of Wampum, or the
Origin of the Small Black Bear
The Red Swan
Tau-wau-chee-hezkaw; or, the White Feather
Pauguk, and the mythological interpretation of Hiawatha
Iëna, the Wanderer; or, Magic Bundle
Mishosha; or, the Magician of Lake Superior
Peeta Kway, the Foam-Woman
Pah-hah-undootah, the Red Head
The White Stone Canoe
Onaiazo, the Sky-Walker. A Legend of a Visit to the Sun
Bosh-kwa-dosh; or, the Mastodon
The Sun-Catcher; or, the Boy who set a Snare for the Sun.
A Myth of the Origin of the Dormouse
Wa-wa-be-zo-win; or,
the Swing on the Pictured Rocks of Lake Superior
Mukakee Mindemoea; or, the Toad-Woman
Eroneniera; or, an Indian Visit to the Great Spirit
The Six Hawks; or, Broken Wing
Weeng, the Spirit of Sleep
Addik Kum Maig; or, the Origin of the White Fish
Bokwewa; or, the Humpback Magician
Aggodagauda and his Daughter; or, the Man with his Leg tied up
Iosco; or, the Prairie Boys' Visit to the Sun and Moon
The Enchanted Moccasins
Leelinau. A Chippewa Tale
Wild Notes of the Pibbigwun

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