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Iroquois legends. Vol. 2
Iroquois legends. Vol. 2
Miller, Marian.
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Publication Information:
Batavia, N.Y. : Genesee County Historical Dept., [1998]

Physical Description:
83 pages ; 22 cm
A collection of Seneca Legends written by Marian Miller as told to her by her Grandparents and other visitors to her home.
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Genesee County History Department, 3 West Main Street, Batavia, New York 14020.
The Creation Legend -- Where the Animals Came From -- The Origin of Disease & Medicine -- Why Corn Husk Doll is Called "Little No-Face" ---- Little Beard's Town (Cuylerville) -- The Mother of Ghosts (One of the "Old-time" favorite legends of the Seneca) -- How the Birds Got Their Colors Seneca Legend as retold by Marian Miller -- Skunny Wundy Shoots a Mysterious Arrow -- The Girl Who Was Not Satisfied with Simple Things -- Legend of Bare Hill -- Stone Coat and Frost -- Little Thunderer A Heno Story (Delaware story told by John Armstrong) -- A Bird in Search of a Mate (Told by Peter White) --The Porcupine Clan -- The Brave Woman and the Flying Head --Niagara Falls Legend from Marian E. Gridley's Collection (Indian Council Fire).
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