Schoolcraft. The Myth of Hiawatha

Today's free book is The Myth of Hiawatha by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books. You can get a free Kindle too!


Table of Contents

Hiawatha; or, Manabozho
Paup-puk-keewiss
Osseo; or, the Son of the Evening Star
Kwasind; or, the fearfully Strong Man
The Jeebi; or, Two Ghosts
Iagoo
Shawondasee
Puck Wudj Ininees; or, the Vanishing Little Men0
Pezhiu and Wabose; or, the Lynx and Hare
Peboan and Seegwun. An Allegory of Winter and Spring
Mon-daw-min; or, the Origin of Indian Corn
Nezhik-e-wa-wa-sun; or, the Lone Lightning0
The Ak Uk O Jeesh; or, the Groundhog Family0
Opeechee; or, the Origin of the Robin0
Shingebiss. An Allegory of Self-reliance
The Star Family; or, the Celestial Sisters
Ojeeg Annung; or, the Summer-Maker
Chileeli; or, the Red Lover
Sheem, the forsaken Boy, or Wolf Brother
Mishemokwa; or, the War with the Gigantic Bear wearing
the precious prize of the Necklace of Wampum, or the
Origin of the Small Black Bear
The Red Swan
Tau-wau-chee-hezkaw; or, the White Feather0
Pauguk, and the mythological interpretation of Hiawatha
IĆ«na, the Wanderer; or, Magic Bundle
Mishosha; or, the Magician of Lake Superior0
Peeta Kway, the Foam-Woman
Pah-hah-undootah, the Red Head
The White Stone Canoe
Onaiazo, the Sky-Walker. A Legend of a Visit to the Sun
Bosh-kwa-dosh; or, the Mastodon
The Sun-Catcher; or, the Boy who set a Snare for the Sun.
A Myth of the Origin of the Dormouse
Wa-wa-be-zo-win; or,
the Swing on the Pictured Rocks of Lake Superior
Mukakee Mindemoea; or, the Toad-Woman
Eroneniera; or, an Indian Visit to the Great Spirit
The Six Hawks; or, Broken Wing
Weeng, the Spirit of Sleep
Addik Kum Maig; or, the Origin of the White Fish
Bokwewa; or, the Humpback Magician
Aggodagauda and his Daughter; or, the Man with his Leg tied up
Iosco; or, the Prairie Boys' Visit to the Sun and Moon
The Enchanted Moccasins
Leelinau. A Chippewa Tale


Wild Notes of the Pibbigwun0

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