Shared Spirits: Wildlife and Native Americans
A collection of traditional Native American stories. These stories have often been used to share wisdom and teach lessons on how to live in harmony with the earth. Many of them revolve around animals revered by the tribes - wolf, bear, eagle, deer and buffalo.
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