Race With Buffalo and Other Native American Stories for Young Readers
Judy Dockrey Young
August House, May 1, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 172 pages
The stories in this collection are vessels of century-old Native American lore, some of them perhaps brought to this continent by the original Native American settlers over 12,000 years ago. These stories include tales about ancient times, young heroes, tricksters, magical beasts and much more.
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Native American Voices
IN ANCIENT TIMES
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Acoma animals arrow baby BAEAR basket Bear beautiful tail began blanket Blue Corn Maiden Blue Jay bones bread brother Buffalo Buzzard Caddo called canoe cave Cherokee chief clams Clay Pot Woman climbed color Cougar council house Coyote crabs creature dance Dead earth Eight Northern Pueblos fell fire flew Flint Bird Flying Head forest Grandmother Spider grass house heard huge hunt Indian ISBN JOSEPHA SHERMAN Kanati Kathlamet Kuloskap laughed lived lodge Lone Feather Long Hair looked Medicine moon mouth Native American night Octopus Woman Oklahoma Opossum powwow Raccoon race Raven RICHARD AND JUDY river Robin rock Runs-Slender-Buffalo sang Seneca Silver Dollar City sisters Skunnee Wundee song Spider Boy Star sticks stone giant story swap storytellers Summer Katsina Thunder told took trail tree tribe trickster Turkey Girl Turtle variant village walked water panther Wild Boy wings Winter Katsina younger