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Indian Legends from the Northern Rockies

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The stories in this unusual collection come from the twelve tribes of Indians that, in historic times, have lived in the present states of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. They include myths, legends, personal narratives, and historical traditions preserved by highly respected storytellers, and reveal much about the lives and beliefs of the early Indians.

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Paperback, 372 pages
Published March 15th 1988 by University of Oklahoma Press (first published June 1st 1966)
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Steve Maples
Indian Legends from the Northern Rockies
Indian legends from the northern RockiesIs an anthology of short stories gathered from the oral traditions of the tribes located in the northern Rockies and plains. The stories are lovely and like most oral traditions build upon the mythology of people craving anecdotal lessons. Many of the stories are about relationships between people. The stories are a nice insight into the cultural underpinnings of Native Americans. The books provide a very authentic
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Mostly accurate, but a good read of old tales that are becoming lost.
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Ella Elizabeth Clark relates detailed accounts of Native American legends, many of which convey the close connections of tribal lore to the religious context of other human beings. Excellent research tool for any writer considering the involvement of tribes that inhabit the Northern Rocky Mountains.
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Ella Elizabeth Clark was born at Summertown, Tennessee in 1896. After attending high school in Peoria, Illinois in 1917 she became a high school teacher though she did not receive her B.A. from Northwestern University until 1921. Miss Clark continued to teach high school English and dramatics until 1927 when she received her M.A. from Northwestern and began teaching at Washington State University. ...more
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