Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1900
Annual report of the Bureau of ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
 

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Contents

Decorative pleasures _ _ _ _ _ 1 x
1
IIHistorical sketch of the Cherokee _ _ _ _ _
14
The period of Spanish explorationl540? _ _ _ _
23
The Colonial and Revolutionary period16544784 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
29
Relations with the United States _
61
The Removal18381839 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
130
The Arkansas band18171838 _ _ _ _ l _ _ _ _
135
The Texas band18171900 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
143
The Cherokee Nation of the West18401900
146
The East Cherokee18381900 _ _
157
IIINotes to the historical sketch _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
182
IVStories and storytellers _ _ __ 229
229
VThe myths _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
239
The first fire _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
240
Origin of corn and game _ _
242
Origin of disease and medicine _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
250
Origin of death _ _ _ _
252
How they brought back the Tobacco _
254
The journey to the sunrise 1 _
255
The Moon and the Thunders _ _ _ _
256
What the Stars are like
257
Origin of the Pleiades and the Pine _ _ _
258
The milky way _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
259
Origin of fish and frogs _
260
The Deluge
261
The Rabbit goes duck hunting _ _
266
How the Rabbit stole the Otters coat _ _
267
Why the Possums tail is bare _
269
How the Terrapin beat the Rabbit _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
270
The Rabbit and the tar wolf _
271
The Rabbit and the Possum after a wife _ _ _
273
The Rabbit escapes from the wolv
274
How the Deer got his horns _ _
275
Why the Deers teeth are blunt _
276
What became of the Rabbit _ _ _ _ _
277
The mythsContinued Quadrupetl mythsontinuel Fuse 3 The Termpins estape from the wolves _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
278
The Groundhogs head _ _
279
The migration of the animals _ _ _ _ _
280
The hall game of the birds and animals _ _ 236
287
Why the Turkey gobhles _
288
How the Partritlg got his whistle _ _ _ _ _
289
The Pheasant dance
290
4 The Owl gets married _ _ _ _ _ _
291
The Huhu gets married _ _ _
292
Why the Blizzards head is hare _ _ _ _ _
293
The Hunter and the Buzzard 4 _ _ _
294
The lktena and the mamau _
297
Kganlnitsis search for the Uktena _ _ _
298
The Red Man and the Uktena _
300
The Hunter and the Lksuhi _ _
301
The IstutlI _ _ _
302
NufiyunuwI the stone man _
319
The Hunter in the Ditkwzt _ _ _ _ _
320
Atagztht the enchanted lake _ _
321
The Bride from the south _ _ _ _ _
322
The Hunter and Selu _ _ _ _
323
The underground panthers _ _ 32
325
The Bear Man _ _
327
T7 The Great Leech of Tlanusiyi _ _ t _
329
The Nnfineht and other spirit folk _
330
The removed townhouses _ _ _
335
Vonder storiesContinued Page 80 The spirit defenders of Nlkwasl _ _ _
336
Tsulkaln the slanteyed giant _ _ _ _
337
Kanasta the lost settlement _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
341
Tsuwenaht a legend of Pilot knob _ _ _ _ _ _
343
The man who married the Thundcrs sister _
345
The haunted whirlpool _ _ _
347
The water cannibals _ _ _
349
Historical traditions _ _ _
350
The Iroquois wars _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
351
Hiadeoni the Seneca _ _ _ _ _
356
The two Iohawks _ _
357
Escape of the Seneca boys _ _ _ _ I _ _ _ _ _ _ _
359
llatcinondofis escape from the Cherokee _ _
362
Hempcarrier _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
364
The Seneca peacemakers _ _
365
Ganas adventures among the Cherokee _
367
The Sbawano wars _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
370
The raid on Tikwalitsl _ _
374
The false warriors of Chilhowee _ _
375
Cowee town _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
377
The eastern tribes _ _ _
378
The southern and western tribes _ _ _
382
The giants from the west _ _ _
391
The massacre of the AniKutan1 _ _ _ _ _
392
The war medicine _ _ _
393
Incidents of personal heroism _ _ _ _
394
The old sacred things _ _ _ _ _
395
Miscellaneous myths and legends _ _ _ _ _
397
The two old men _
399
The Mother Bears song _ _
400
Baby song to please the children _ _ _ _ _
401
Herberts spring _ _ _
403
_122 Local legends of North Carolina _ _ _
404
Local legends of South Carolina _
411
Local legends of Tennessee _ _
412
Local legends of Georgia _ _ _ _ _ _ _
415
Plant lore
420
INotes and parallels _ _
423
ACCOM PANYING PAPERS
454
VIIGlossary _
506
Myths of the Cherokee by James Mooney 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ 3548
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