4 edition of Huron folk-lore. found in the catalog.
Horatio Emmons Hale
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Genre/Form: Folklore Legends: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Connelley, William Elsey, Wyandot folk-lore. Topeka, Kan., Crane & Company, Huron Folk-Lore.
Indian Territory, but whom in one of my visits I met on this reser-vation, had published, a few years previously, a little Huron folk-lore. book on the "Origin and Traditional History of the Wyandotts," Huron folk-lore. book con-siderable intelligence in the writer, and.
Huron Folk-Lore. "Arabian Nights" and other similar creations, was the accumulated product of native genius, transmitted through many generations of practised story-tellers. This conclusion is confirmed, and the true purport and importance of the legend are more distinctly shown, by a variation of it, furnished.
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Wyandot Huron folk-lore. book is a history of the Wyandot Indians, along with their customs, traditions, system of clans and government, religion, deities, myths, and ancient stories explaining Huron folk-lore.
book creation of their world and the Wyandot people. WYANDOT FOLK-LORE. William Elsey Connelley. Author of “The Provisional Government Huron folk-lore.
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The Huron-Iroquois group 44; The Five Nations ; Distinction between horticulture and field agriculture 48; Perpetual intertribal warfare, with torture and cannibalism ; Myths and folk-lore 51; Ancient 53; The patriarchal family not primitive 53 "Mother-right" 54; Primitive marriage 55; The system of reckoning kinship through.
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The origin of these clans is hidden in the obscurity of great antiquity. They are of religious origin. We learn something of them from the Wyandot mythology, or folk-lore.
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