Goddard. Jicarilla Apache Texts

Today's free book is Jicarilla Apache Texts edited by Pliny Earle Goddard. You can find out more about this book in the Apache Tales unit of the Myth-Folklore UnTextbook.

For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image. The links below are to the Sacred Texts Archive edition of the book.

The book is available at Internet ArchiveSacred Texts ArchiveGoogle Books, and Hathi Books.

In addition to the English versions, there is also an Apache text:

26. Coyote Steals a Man's Wife
27. Coyote Takes Arrows From Owl
28. Antelopes Take Arrows From Coyote
29. Antelopes Take Arrows From Coyote. (Second Version.)
30. Coyote Tries to Make His Children Spotted
31. Coyote Kills His Own Child Instead of the Turkeys
32. Coyote and Porcupine Contend For a Buffalo
33. Coyote Loses His Eyes
34. Coyote Kills the Prairie Dogs
35. Coyote is Revenged on Wildcat
36. Coyote and Beaver Play Tricks On Each Other
37. Coyote Apes His Hosts
38. Coyote is Disobeyed by Turkey
39. Coyote is Shot With a Pine Tree
40. Coyote Insults the Rock
41. Coyote Marries Under False Pretences
42. Mosquito Marries Under False Pretences
43. Coyote Deceives a Woman
44. Coyote and the Mexicans
45. How Mole Won the Race
46. Frog Wins From Antelope in a Footrace
47. When the Birds Were Chiefs
48. Woodpecker Describes Himself
49. Flicker Describes Himself
50. Lewis Woodpecker Describes Himself
51. Owl Describes Himself
52. Panther, the Great Hunter
53. The Governor, Old Woman White Hands

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