Legends of the Micmacs

Legends of the Micmacs

Book - 1894 | Wellesley Philological Publications
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Publisher: New York : Longmans, Green, 1894,c1893
Edition: Wellesley Philological Publications
Branch Call Number: 398.2/RAN
Alternative Title: Robbery and murder revenged
The magical dancing doll
The magical coat, shoes, and sword
Glooscap and the Megumoowesoo
The boy that was transformed into a horse
The magical food, belt, and flute
The history of Usitebulajoo
The history of Kitpooseagunow
The small baby and the big bird
The Indian who was transformed into a Megumoowesoo
The ice man
The invisible boy
The aventures of Kaktoogwasees
The honest man and the rogue
The adventures of Ababejit, an Indian Chief and magician of the Micmac tribe
The Kwedechk and Wejebowkwejik
The liver-colored giants and magicians
The solitary maiden
The prince and the peasant-girl
The two weasels
The marvellous adventures of Noojebokwajeejit, a Micmac brave
An incident of the wars with the Kenebek Indians
Story of a Kookwes
The beautiful bride
Adventures with a Chenoo, or Northman
Origin of the war between the Micmacs and the Kwedeches
Kwedech War renewed
The conclusion of the Mohawk War
The third incident of the Kwedech War
Kwedech spies
The returned captive
The dream of the White Robe and the Floating Island
Glooscap, kuhkw, and Coolpujot
A war story
The man who saved himself and wife
Stephen Hood's dream
The death of a spy in Cape Breton
The hidden life
An Indian turned into a Chenoo
Another Chenoo transformation
Glooscap and his four visitors
A child nourished by a bear
Badger and his little brother
Glooscap deserted by his comrades
An Indian Chief's visit to the King of France
A little boy catches a whale
A chapel built without hands
A wizard carries off Glooscap's housekeeper
History of the celebrated Chief, Ulgimoo
Attack on Fort Pesegitk' (Windsor) by the Indians
The adventures of Ableegumooch
The hare assumes the magician, and retaliates
The badger and the star-wives
The story of Mimkudawogoosk' (Moosewood Man)
The story of Coolnajoo
Mooin and Moonumkwech' (The bear and the woodchuck)
Glooscap's origin
A war incident
An army drowned by a single man
A war-party ddrowned by two women
Indian strategy
The animal-tamers
The beaver magicians and the big fish
Caught by a hair-string
Tumilkoontaoo (Broken Wing)
A priest lost in the woods with his servant Peter
A fairy tale
A wonderful bull's-hide belt
The tortoises
The loon magician
Wegooaskunoogwejit and his wonderful hen
Pules, Pulowech', Beechkwech (Pigeon, partridge, and nighthawk)
The adventures of Tornado and Wave
The orchard-keeper
Wiskumoogwasoo and Magwis (Fish-hawk and Scapegrace)
The whales and the robbers
The doctor
The flying squirrel
The fairy
The fishers and the beacon
The king's daughter and the man-servant
Uskoos' and Abukcheech (Weasel and Mouse)
The three kings


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