How Glooskap Was The First To Make America Known To The Europeans
Charles G. Leland was an American scholar, humorist, essayist and folklorist. In accordance with journalist’s working, Charles G. Leland travelled extensively and became interested in folklore and folk linguistics. “How Glooskap Was The First To Make America Known To The Europeans” is a Native legend dedicated the legendary figure of Wabanaki people named Glooskap. There was an Indian woman named Woodchuck. She had lost a boy and always thought of him. Once there comes to her a strange boy who has the magical powers and calls her mother. It was the Glooskap, a child, who is destined to become the great. The colorful and enigmatic Indians stories, accompanied with author’s notes and elucidations, will be undoubted pleasant to you and your children. Enjoy the reading!
Charles Godfrey Leland (1824-1903) was an American writer working in the genres humour and satire and collecting folklore. He studied American and European traditions and travelled a lot while working as a journalist. Leland became famous for his comic book 'Hans Breitman's Ballads'.This is an old Indian legend that was collected and retold by…
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