How Raven Found the Daylight and Other American Indian Stories
University Press of Colorado, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 89 pages
Retells five legends from various Native peoples inhabiting the Pacific Northwest coast of America, as collected by anthropologist Franz Boas.
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Appaloosa asked bay horse began beneath berries bird blackberry blew boys breath bucket Bush-Tailed Rat canoe cave Cawanemux Chief child climbed Cloud-on-Ground cold country Cold saw Cold's containing the daylight council fire Crashing Thunder cried cross the lake dark daughter door earth Elissa face of fire father fish fishermen flew forest Franz Boas freeze girl golden staff grandfather grandmother grew heard heat country Heat-Man horse Indians knew land Little Fawn live lodge logs look loon magic marry Snow-Bird Morning-Light mother mountain mountain goats never night Oldest-One-in-the-World poison ivy Princess Never-Knew-A-Care puppies quicksand rain Raven reached remove the bearskin returned river rocks shaman skins Spirit-Man story Sun-in-Sky sweat lodge swim tell tent told took traps trees trick turned village Wayfarer white faces wife wind wrapped young