Algonquin Legends of New England or Myths and Folk Lore of the Micmac, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot Tribes cover

Algonquin Legends of New England or Myths and Folk Lore of the Micmac, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot Tribes

Charles Godfrey Leland (1824-1903)

1. Preface and Authorities
2. Introduction
3. Glooskap: Story 1
4. Glooskap: Story 2
5. Glooskap: Stories 3/4
6. Glooskap: Story 5
7. Glooskap: Stories 6/7
8. Glooskap: Story 8
9. Glooskap: Stories 9-11
10. Glooskap: Story 12
11. Glooskap: Story 13
12. Glooskap: Story 14
13. Glooskap: Stories 15/16
14. Glooskap: Story 17
15. Glooskap: Stories 18-20
16. Glooskap: Stories 21/22
17. Glooskap: Stories 23-25
18. Glooskap: Stories 26-27
19. Lox: Story 1,Part 1
20. Lox: Story 1,Part 2
21. Lox: Story 1,Part 3
22. Lox: Stories 2/3
23. Lox: Stories 4/5
24. Lox: Story 6
25. Lox: Stories 7/8
26. Rabbit: Stories 1-3
27. Rabbit: Story 4
28. Rabbit: Stories 5-7
29. Chenoo Legends: Story 1
30. Chenoo Legends: Stories 2/3
31. Thunder Stories 1-4
32. At-O-Sis, The Serpent: 1-5
33. The Patridge: Story 1
34. The Patridge: Stories 2-5
35. The Invisible One
36. The Story of Three Strong Men
37. The Weewillmekq: Stories 1-3
38. Tales of Magic: Stories 1-5
39. Tales of Magic: Story 6
40. Tales of Magic: Stories 7/8
41. Tales of Magic: Story 9

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This work, then, contains a collection of the myths, legends, and folk-lore of the principal Wabanaki, or Northeastern Algonquin, Indians; that is to say, of the Passamaquoddies and Penobscots of Maine, and of the Micmacs of New Brunswick. All of this material was gathered directly from Indian narrators, the greater part by myself, the rest by a few friends; in fact, I can give the name of the aboriginal authority for every tale except one.