5 edition of Fanciful Tales From Legends Of The Adirondack Indians found in the catalog.
July 25, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
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Fanciful tales from legends of the Adirondack Indians. New York, Washington, The Neale Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kate Brewer, (Writer on American folklore). Fanciful tales from legends of the Adirondack Indians Item Preview remove-circle Fanciful tales from legends of the Adirondack Indians by Brewer, Kate.
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Fanciful Tales from Legends of the Adirondack Indians. Kate Brewer. 10 Sep Hardback. US$ Fanciful Tales from Legends of the Adirondack Indians (Classic Reprint) Kate Brewer. 27 Apr Hardback. These and many others are the tales the American Indians loved so much to hear beside the night fire.
For these people the personified elements and other spirits played in a vast world right around the center fire of the wigwam. Iktomi, the snare weaver, Iya, the Eater, and Old Double-Face are not w.
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THE legends contained in this volume are relics of the USA's once virgin soil. These and many others are the tales the American Indians loved so much to hear beside the night fire. For these people the personified elements and other spirits played in a vast world right around the center fire of the wigwam.
Iktomi, the snare weaver, Iya, the Eater, and Old Double-Face are not wholly fanciful. Adirondack: Of Indians and Mountains is an illuminating excursion into a dimly known era, and I hope you find the journey as adventurous as I did. Meanwhile, I’m going out to buy a new computer.
My spellchecker just came up against Ounountchatarounongak and went up in smoke. Date read: Date of review: Rating: 4/5 Story: Tales and Legends from India is a book which comprises different sets of tales from the folklore and mythology of India, including tales from the Mahabharata, Panchtantra, etc.
These have been curated and composed carefully, and brought delight to me, for these stories have remained consistent throughout my childhood/5(13). From the Etymology and Definition of Adirondack (references, omitted here, are in the book): It is generally accepted that the word Adirondack is derived from the Mohawk Indian word atirú:taks, literally meaning “tree eaters.”The acute accent indicates that the stress is on that syllable; the colon marks a preceding long vowel.
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