Seneca Indian Myths

Seneca Indian Myths

Book - 2001
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In 1883 a Smithsonian Institution ethnologist traveled to western New York State to record the traditional tales of the Iroquois tribe known as the Seneca. These myths -- picturesque, archaic, even grotesque -- appear here in their original form, exactly as spoken. Many focus on seasons or weather; others creation myths and animals.
Publisher: Mineola, N.Y. : Dover Publications, 2001
Edition: Dover ed. --
ISBN: 9780486416021
048641602X
Branch Call Number: 299.785546/SEN 4565 1
Additional Contributors: Curtin, Jeremiah 1835-1906

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