Myths of Oceania
A comprehensive series focuses on ancient myths that place stories in the context of the societies that created them. Readers can learn about ancient civilizations by investigating these fascinating native tales.
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The Maker of All Things
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Aboriginal mythology Aborigines believe active volcano ancestors ancient animals Australia Australian Aborigines battle Big Island Black-headed Python Blue-tongued Lizard brothers canoes carved chiefs and priests Cook created creation myth cultivated food culture deities Dreamtime earth Easter Island Eventually father fire fish goddess of volcanoes goddess Pele gods green parrot women Hawaiian islands Hawaiian mythology headed Python Hi'iaka Hitirau and Nuku-the-Shark hot spot humans Island of Hawaii jawbone journey kahuna Kilauea known lived Lohiau Mahuika Maori Maui Maui reeled Maui's Melanesia moai kavakava moai paepae molten lava mother mountains myth shows Native Cat Oceania outback Paao Pacific Ocean plants Polynesian Rainbow Snake Rangi and Papa Rapa Nui rituals Rongo sacred settled shell sister songline sons of Rangi stone statues Tahiti Tahitian Tane-mahuta Tangaroa tapu Tawhiri-matea Tjinimin traveled tribe Tu-Uko Tu-Uko-Ihu Uko-Ihu Uluru upperworlds villages volcano warriors wooden statues world's most active Zealand