The Indian Fairy Book by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft

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Author Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864
Illustrator Choate, Florence, 1878-1967
Illustrator Curtis, Elizabeth, 1873-1946
LoC No. 16016326
Title The Indian Fairy Book
From the Original Legends
Contents Foreword -- The boy who set a snare for the sun -- Manabozho, the mischief-maker -- The red swan -- The celestial sisters -- Gray Eagle and his five brothers -- He of the little shell -- Osseoj, the son of the Evening Star -- The wonderful exploits of Grasshopper -- The toad-woman -- The origin of the robin -- White feather and the six giants -- Sheem, the forsaken boy -- Strong Desire and the Red Sorcerer -- The magic packet -- The man with his leg tied up -- Leelinau, the lost daughter -- The winter spirit and his visitor -- The enchanted moccasins -- The Weendigoes and the bone-dwarf -- The fire-plume -- The bird lover -- Bokwewa, the humpback -- The little boy-man -- Wunzh, the father of Indian corn.
Credits Produced by David Widger from page images generously
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Language English
LoC Class E011: History: America: America
Subject Indians of North America -- Folklore
Subject Fairy tales -- North America
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EBook-No. 48469
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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