Coyote America

Author: Dan Flores
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0465098533
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" -Wall Street Journal Legends don't come close to capturing the incredible story of the coyote In the face of centuries of campaigns of annihilation employing gases, helicopters, and engineered epidemics, coyotes didn't just survive, they ...

Author: Cheng'en Wu
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Myths And Traditions Of The Crow Indians

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They were originally published in 1918 in an Anthropological Paper by the American Museum of Natural History. Myths and Traditions of the Crow Indians is now reprinted with a new introduction by Peter Nabokov.

Anthropoligical Paper Of The American Museum Of Natural History Vol Viii Jicarilla Apache Texts

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THE SUPERNATURAL PERSON IN THE LAKE 76 Translation 220 25. THE MAN
WHO TRAVELED WITH THE BUFFALO .... 79 Translation 221 TALES 83 26.
COYOTE STEALS A MAN'S WIFE 83 Translation 224 27. COYOTE TAKES
ARROWS FROM OWL 85 Translation 225 28. ANTELOPES TAKE ARROWS ...
105 Translation . . . . 234 PAGE. 41. COYOTE MARIHES UNDER FALSE
PRETENCES .... 106 Translation '2 Anthropological Papers American Museum of
Natural History.

Myths And Traditions Of The Crow Indians

Author: Robert Harry Lowie
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
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Vivid tales of Old-Man-Coyote in his various guises; heroic accounts of Lodge-Boy and the Thunderbirds; supernatural stories about Raven-Face and the Spurned Lover; and other tales involving the Bear-Woman, the Offended Turtle, the ...

American Museum Of Natural History

Author: clark wissler
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coyote, though one man was pointed out as having done so. Clark was skeptical
as to the strict observance of the taboo at his time, but at Fort Hall it seems to
persist.1 There is a strong belief in Coyote's immortality; no sooner is he killed
than he rises again. Whether this belief is generally extended to embrace all
members of the species, is doubtful; but one Sho- shone, in conversation with me
, scoffed at the idea that a white man could ever permanently deprive a coyote of
life.

Pueblo Indian Folk Stories

Author: Charles Fletcher Lummis
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803279384
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Charles F. Lummis's profound understanding of Indian and Spanish culture in the American Southwest is reflected in this collection of thirty-two myths centering around the Pueblo of Isleta on the Rio Grande.

Vampires In America

Author: Sam Navarre
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1448855284
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Presents a history of vampire lore in America and focuses on its popular culture impact in print and film.

The Masterkey For Indian Lore And History

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Coyote, like related species of dogs, has associated closely with Man in America
longer than any other animal; but Coyote is distinctive in that he has not been
domesticated nor significantly changed by that contact. ... important to make clear
the implications given certain terms and concepts being used in this paper: 1) As
used here, "folklore" will designate tales which involve explanations for everyday
happenings, natural phenomena, and for the vast assemblage of "Why Stories.

The Facts On File Companion To American Poetry

Author: Burt Kimmelman
Publisher: Facts on File
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358 "THREE SONGS OF MAD COYOTE" He was born (July 12, 1817) and died (
of tuberculosis on May 6, 1862) in Concord, Massachusetts. He studied at the
Concord Academy and graduated from Harvard in 1837 but chose to return to
nature instead of pursuing a more likely career. In that age before forestry, botany
, and similar fields had produced recognizable career paths, he supported
himself temporarily with teaching, tutoring, and day labor. On Independence Day
in 1845, ...