Earthmaker: tribal stories from Native North America
A powerful collection of Native stories telling of the old time, before Europeans and Africans forced huge changes on the Americas. The ancient tales relate Native joys and sorrows, hopes and fears, and plans and misadventures in a conversational style characteristic of their original telling.
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