Celtic Tales 9, Gall, The Continent

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iUniverse, Jan 31, 2011 - Fiction - 244 pages
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The continent of North America was known to the ancient Celtic clans as Gall, where the bitter man went. Meet some possible ancestors of Kennewick Man. Feel the excitement of the ice dam breaking to form the Columbia River or the horror as crop land disappeared under water and formed the Gulf of Mexico. Horses were forbidden; who brought them? Find out how they made bubble boats and teepees. They fought the elements, the buff alo, and the shave-head warriors. Learn about the destruction of the mound cities resulting in the formation of the treaty land.

Celtic clans came from all over to settle here. Join them in these short tales.

JILL WHALEN is a graduate of Millikin University and a member of Mensa. She writes the family folk tales from her home in the beautiful Missouri Ozarks.

 

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Contents

Guardian
10
Hollow Bear Man
24
Ra
34
Winnestaga
42
Nosta
48
Sege Kennewick
56
Miners
60
People from Mu
68
Justice
130
Mohegan
140
Crow
144
Hugh
152
Smashed Hand
166
Commice
176
Yed
182
New Home
196

Bubble Boat
74
Sparrow
78
Absarokee
92
Treaty
100
The Standing Man
114
Scar Face
202
Gall Orphan
208
Ship Migration
216
Maple Sugar
232
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