Webber. Thunder Bird Legends

Today's free book is The Thunder Bird "Tootooch" Legends: Folk Tales of the Indian Tribes of the Pacific Northwest Coast Indians by W.L. Webber. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Sacred Texts Archive, and the links below are to that edition online.

The Transition of Totemism
Indian Baskets
The Aristocratic Aborigines
Stick Game
Tootooch, The Thunder Bird
Eena, The Beaver
Ol-Hiyo, The Seal
Kutze-ce-te-ut, The Wood Worm
Kee-War-Kow, The Sun
Sisuith or Se-Sook, The Two Headed Snake
The Ill-Jow
Ho-Xhok, The Crane
Shwah Kuk, The Frog
Chee-Che-Ka, The Mink
Le-Loo, The Wolf
Wolalee, The Salmon
Chet-Woot, The Bear
Men-a-Mooks, The Otter Spirit
Pi-Chikamin, The Gift Copper
Property Woman, or Great Grandmother
Slag’ame, the Butterfly
Shaman, the Medicine Man
Chak-Chak, the Eagle
Kwel-Kwel, The Owl
Skam-m, The Halibut
Welala, The Mountain Spirit
Kwaie’tek, The Sea Gull
Mateeh, The Goat
Skana, The Black Fish
He’-e-tlik, The Lightning Snake
Eh-Kolie, The Whale
The Young Raven
Kuuma, The Bull Head
Gal-Quith, The Cod Fish
Maht-Maht, The Duck
Qa-Yel, The Great Raven
The Thunder Bird Totem Pole
The Shadow People and the Raven
Chief Sisa-Kaula's Totem Pole
Story of the Mink
Siwash Rock
The Thunder Bird Totem Pole

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