6 edition of Seneca myths and folk tales found in the catalog.
Seneca myths and folk tales
Arthur Caswell Parker
Bibliography: p. 459.
|Statement||by Arthur C. Parker.|
|Series||Buffalo historical society. Publications ;, v. 27|
|LC Classifications||F129.B8 B88 vol. 27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 465 p. :|
|Number of Pages||465|
|LC Control Number||24017122|
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Seneca Indians -- Folklore. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Seneca Indians; Folklore; Filed under: Seneca Indians -- Folklore Seneca Indian Myths, ed. by Jeremiah Curtin (HTML with commentary at ); Day-yu-da-gont; a poem, by John Wentworth Sanborn, A.M. and The hemlock-bough house; Seneca Indian legends. Many have told and retold this well-known and enduring tale (a quick Google search will turn up many versions!), but I am reading from Jeremiah Curtin’s collection, Seneca Indian Myths (republished in ). This is “The Origin of Stories” told to Curtin by Henry Jacob. Curtin () was an American folklorist and translator and.
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The author -- Arthur C. Parker -- was a Seneca author from New York State who became a well-known ehtnologist, and contributed a great deal based on his first-hand perspective of his own People.
(He was the nephew of Ely S. Parker, Seneca Sachem and Union Aide to Ulysses S Grant).Cited by: Seneca Myths and Folk Tales by Arthur Caswell Parker. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Included are creation myths; folktales involving contests between mortal youths and assorted powers; tales of love and marriage; and stories about cannibals, talking animals, pygmies, giants, monsters, vampires, and witches. Children's book based on the Seneca legend of Lelawala, the spirit of the waterfalls of Niagara.
Skunny Wundy: Seneca Indian Tales: Book of Seneca legends and folktales. Seneca Myths and Folk Tales: Classic collection of Seneca Indian legends. The Deetkatoo: Great collection of traditional tales about little people from the Seneca and other.
I'm part Seneca, so I was thrilled to find this book. It has somewhat formal language, so it might not appeal to someone casually looking for Native American folk tales.
However, for someone specifically interested in Seneca folk tales, this is a detailed, scholarly book, with pictures, illustrations, a lengthy appendix and index.4/5(1). Included are creation myths; folktales involving contests between mortal youths and assorted powers; tales of love and marriage; and stories about cannibals, talking animals, pygmies, giants, monsters, vampires, and witches.
Seneca myths and folk tales by Arthur C. Parker. Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record. Author: Parker, Arthur C. (Arthur Caswell), LoC No. Title: Seneca myths and folk tales Series Title: Buffalo historical society.
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Finished. Seneca myths and folk tales /. SENECA MYTHS AND FOLK TALES FOREWORD The author of this collection of Seneca folk-tales can- not remember when he first began to hear the wonder stories of the ancient days.
His earliest recollections are of hearing the wise old men relate these tales of the myster- ious past. This huge ( page) book of Seneca myths was collected by Jeremiah Curtin at the turn of the 20th century.
Curtin also wrote Creation Myths of Primitive America, Myths and Folk-lore of Ireland, and Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World, all also at this site.
Here is the magical Senecan world populated by unseen good and evil spirits, ghosts, and beings capable of transformation. Included are creation myths; folktales involving contests between mortal youths and assorted powers; tales of love and marriage; and stories about cannibals, talking animals, pygmies, giants, monsters, vampires, and : Arthur C.
Parker. Seneca myths and folk tales Book. Seneca myths and folk tales. By Parker, Arthur C. (Arthur Caswell), (based on Goodreads ratings) Genre Folklore.
Published by Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo, NY. Bib Id Description xxviii, p.: ill. However, for someone specifically interested in Seneca folk tales, this is a detailed, scholarly book, with pictures, illustrations, a lengthy appendix and index.
My favorite story is "Origin of the Chestnut Tree" featuring Dadjedondji, who remarks about obstacles on his journey: "All these things are strange/5.
"On the Cattaraugus reservation, it was part of a child's initial training to learn why the bear lost its tail, why the chipmunk has a striped back, and why meteors flash in the sky," writes Arthur C.
Parker at the beginning of Seneca Myths and Folk Tales. Another good book of Iroquois stories, told by a Mohawk elder. Seneca Myths and Folk Tales: Classic collection of Seneca Indian legends.
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Parker at the beginning of Seneca Myths and Folk Tales. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo, N.Y., which was issued as v. Asia. The Oriental Story Book A Collection of Tales (English) by Hauff, Wilhelm,trans.
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Buffalo, NY: Buffalo Historical.Full Description: "Twenty folk tales represent hundreds of years of the collective Irish imagination.
Vivid descriptions of battles with giants, humans imprisoned in animals' bodies, heroes with incredible strength, and more. Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland, good words and speeches are a great help in any profession, and knowing that you can talk to a higher group with confidence can be a.