2 edition of long-tailed bear, and other Indian legends. found in the catalog.
long-tailed bear, and other Indian legends.
Natalia Maree Belting
|Statement||Illustrated by Louis F. Cary.|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.3.B416 Lo|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||61007915|
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A collection of twenty-two folktales, taken from the diverse traditions of seventeen Native American peoples, Natalia Belting's The Long-Tailed Bear and Other Indian Legends focuses on the animal tale - stories which explain how our furred and feathered friends came to be the way they are.3/5.
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The long-tailed bear: and other Indian legends. [Natalia Maree Belting] -- From American lore come these legends, explaining how the deer got his horns, why the beaver lives in a lodge, why the crane has long legs, and other stories.
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