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2 edition of Cherokee animal tales. found in the catalog.

Cherokee animal tales.

James Mooney

Cherokee animal tales.

by James Mooney

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Holiday House in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cherokee Indians -- Legends.,
  • Indians of North America -- Southern States -- Legends.,
  • Animals -- Folklore.

  • About the Edition

    Thirteen stories from the campfire lore of the Cherokee which the Indians say originated in the age when man and animal spoke the same language. Includes a brief history of the Cherokee in America.

    Edition Notes

    Selected from Myths of the Cherokee, by J. Mooney.

    StatementEdited with an introd. by George F. Scheer. Illustrated by Robert Frankenberg.
    GenreLegends., Folklore.
    ContributionsScheer, George F., Frankenberg, Robert C., ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.C5 M77
    The Physical Object
    Pagination79 p.
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17752403M

    Fifteen adventures of the vain, clever mischief-maker who is a central figure in Cherokee animal stories, including several pourquoi tales, a cognate of ""Br'er Rabbit and the Tar Baby,"" and a delightful ""Rabbit Races with Turtle"" in which, for once, Rabbit is bested not by plodding determination but by guile. Each has a full-page illustration enclosed in a patterned border, in deep. A Listening Wind, a collection of translated original texts and commentary edited by Marcia Haag, highlights the large array of Indigenous linguistic and cultural groups of the U.S. Southeast.A whole range of genres and selected texts represent language groups of the Choctaw, Creek, Chickasaw, Yuchi, Cherokee, Koasati, Houma, Catawba, and : Marcia Haag.

    Cherokee Fables Included in this resource are three traditional Cherokee fables, with accompanying activities that your students can complete to make deeper connections to Native American culture. There are arts & crafts projects, creative writing lessons, and more to engage your students. Title: Warne's Book of Animal Tales Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Publisher: Warne SKU: Author: Vera Bonner ISBN Seller Rating: % positive.

    Noted anthropologist James Mooney (–) spent much of his life studying American Indians. In North Carolina, he lived for several years with the Cherokee, . All of this was accomplished as we welcomed visitors and school children both near and far to learn the story of Major Ridge and the history of the Cherokee in our area. Rome was also the host city for the Georgia Statewide Historic Preservation Conference in September, where valuable information was gathered about how to maintain and improve.


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Book Description From the rich lore of the Cherokee come tales alive with wisdom, wonder, and humor. These stories for young readers rekindle a magical time /5(3).

Cherokee Animal Tales (Book): Mooney, James: Thirteen stories from the campfire lore of the Cherokee which the Indians say originated in the age when man and animal spoke the same language.

Includes a brief history of the Cherokee in America. Cherokee Animal Tales book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. From the rich lore of the Cherokee come tales alive with wisdom, won 4/5.

Cherokee animal tales. New York, Holiday House [] (OCoLC) Online version: Mooney, James, Cherokee animal tales. New York, Holiday House [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Mooney; George F Scheer; Robert Frankenberg.

Get this from a library. Cherokee animal tales. [James Mooney; George F Scheer; Robert Frankenberg] -- Thirteen stories from the campfire lore of the Cherokee which the Indians say originated in the age when man and animal spoke the same language. Includes a brief history of the Cherokee in America.

younger for reading aloud. Storyteller Adler retells nine animal tales from around the world, including a Cherokee story from North America, an African pourquoi tale, and an old favorite from Germany, "The Musicians from Bremen." Each tale in this entertaining and varied collection is beautifully illustrated with lighthearted, colorful 5/5(10).

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Medicine According to Cherokee Legend. Origin of Strawberries. The Two Wolves. Why the Turkey Gobbles. When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life so that when you die, the world cries and you rejoice. – Cherokee.

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Animal Tales Community arts project using letterpress printing on Arches text wove paper, with photopolymer plates, edition of two, 68pp () This book was printed during a series of workshops, by members of the Cherokee and Anglo communities, in Swain and Jackson Counties in North Carolina.

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