Tales of the Bark Lodges
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Tales of the Bark Lodges

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Twelve traditional animal tales that preserve elements of Wyandot culture.

Paperback, Banner Books, 130 pages
Published August 1st 1995 by University Press of Mississippi (first published November 1919)
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Fox
Jan 23, 2010 Fox rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Townes, Krissy
This book is a collection of old Wyandot tales, told by Hen-Toh himself. The stories are written in the pidgin English that most of the Elders spoke at the time of its writing. What this does is give the tales a distinct personality, a kind of insight into what the perspective of the people was at the time of its writing.

Each story teaches a separate lesson, although the lessons are not inherent within the tales themselves. At no point do the tales come off as paternal or condescending, instead...more
Dionisia
I was really happy to stumble upon this collection of Wyandot animal tales in a local Goodwill. The twelve tales, mostly revolving around Old Fox and Old Coon, are written using the vernacular of an older Wyandot woman living in the nineteenth century. I could almost hear her voice as I read.
Shannon
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