How Raven Found the Daylight and Other American Indian Stories

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University Press of Colorado, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 89 pages
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Retells five legends from various Native peoples inhabiting the Pacific Northwest coast of America, as collected by anthropologist Franz Boas.

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Contents

The BushTailed Rat Man
2
The Story of Hot and Cold
13
Why the Indians Changed Their Home
27
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Paul M. Levitt teaches in the department of English at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is also the author of "Chin Music: A Novel of the Jazz Age" and numerous books for younger readers and scholars.

Elissa S. Guralnick is professor of English, College of Music, at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

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