Pima Indian Legends
Coyote, Eagle-man, quail, bear, and other charaters relate their adventures in two dozen delightful tales Anna Shaw heard her father tell when she was young. The author, a Pima herself, unfolds twenty-four charming Indian tales as passed down from generation to generation. Simple, and beautiful in design and content. A delight for all ages.
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HohokamThe People Who Are Gone
The Great Hunters
Coyote Retrieves His Brothers Scalp
Why Coyotes Coat Is the Color of Sand
Coyote Bun and the Turkey
Beaver Tail and the Eagles
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angry animals answered antelope asked Awks Bun Beaver Tail Big House Bluebird Brother Buzzard brother Coyote cactus Casa Grande chant Chee Chief Hawk Cholla clan climb coat corral Cottontail counselors Coyote Bun Coyote ran Coyote's cried dance eagle Eagleman eaglets Earth Medicine Elder Brother enemy eyes Father Bear flew foolish Gila River Gray Arrow ground Hal Bee happy heard Hick-vick high mountain Hohokam Hummingbird hungry Hunters Indian jumped Juvet-Makai kia-has land legends little Bobcat little green frog little sherd looked maiden meat mesquite metate Mirage Morning Star Mother Mountain Lion Naf-choo old man Mist oldest Quail Pima Rattlesnake Raven returned Roadrunner runner Sandstorm sang scalp Se-eh-ha See-van sharp shouted singing Slanting Mountain stop Tall Flowers Tall Red Mountain tell tiniest Quail told took tribe turkey Turtle uncle venison victory song village voice wait Whirlwind Yellow Bird young braves Yuma warriors