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Nagualism: The Study of Native American Folklore & History

“The Devil was accustomed to deceive these natives by appearing to them in the form of a lion, tiger, coyote, lizard, snake, bird, or other animal.

Myths & Legends of Ancient Greece & Rome


It is hardly necessary to dwell upon the importance of the study of Mythology: our poems, our novels, and even our daily journals teem with classical allusions; nor can a visit to our art galleries and museums be fully enjoyed without something more than a mere superficial knowledge of a subject which has in all ages inspired painters, sculptors, and poets.

Myths and Legends of the Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes

 

Exciting Native American Tales of Mystery and Magic!

Myths and Fables of Today

 

Great Myths and Fables from the Late 19th Century and Early 20th Century

In the Days of Giants

 

A Book of Norse Tales

Myths and Legends of the Great Plains

 

From the edge of the Darkening Land, where stand the mountains which encircle the earth-plain, eastward toward the Sunland, lie the great plains of America.

Tales of the Sun

 

Folklore of Southern India

Algonquin Legends

 

When I began, in the summer of 1882, to collect among the Passamaquoddy

Folk-Lore and Legends: Native American

 

It might have been expected that the Native Americans would have many Folklore tales to tell,

A Treasury of Eskimo Tales

 

The Central Eskimo live away up north in that great American archipelago which lies between Hudson Bay, Baffin Bay, and the Arctic Ocean;

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