The Resource A listening wind : Native literature from the Southeast, edited and with an introduction by Marcia Haag

A listening wind : Native literature from the Southeast, edited and with an introduction by Marcia Haag

Label
A listening wind : Native literature from the Southeast
Title
A listening wind
Title remainder
Native literature from the Southeast
Statement of responsibility
edited and with an introduction by Marcia Haag
Title variation
Native literature from the Southeast
Contributor
Editor
Provider
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"This collection of stories from several different tribal traditions in the American Southeast includes introductory essays showing how they fit into Native American religious and philosophical systems."--Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
E78.S65
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1951-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Haag, Marcia
  • JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Indians of North America
  • Indian mythology
  • Tales
  • Indian mythology
  • Indians of North America
  • Tales
  • Southern States
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE / Folklore & Mythology
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / Native American Studies
Label
A listening wind : Native literature from the Southeast, edited and with an introduction by Marcia Haag
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; CHOCTAW; Mississippi Choctaw Oral Literature; CREATION MYTHS; The Choctaw Creation Legend; Creation of Three Races; SHUKHA ANUMPA; Why Terrapins Never Get Fat; The Dog Who Spoke Choctaw; Running Water; The Man and the Turkey; SUPERNATURAL LEGENDS AND ENCOUNTERS; The Little Man; Pa̜š Falaya (Long Hair); PROPHECIES; Prophecy of New Inventions and Lost Traditions; Prophecy of Cars and Changing Values; The Third Removal; WHERE ORAL TRADITION AND LITERACY COLLIDE; James L. McDonald's Spectre Essay of 1830; Letter to Peter Pitchlynn
  • MODERN OKLAHOMA CHOCTAW STORIESModern Oklahoma Choctaw Stories; Boarding School Runaways; How I Almost Killed a Hog by Scaring It; Aiisht Ahollo (The Miracle); Neva the Hunter; MUSKOGEE (CREEK); Muskogee (Creek) Literature; TRADITIONAL TALES; The Story of Corn (Vce Nak-onvkuce); The Boy Who Turned into a Snake; Rabbit Steals Fire; Girl Abducted by Lion; STORIES OF REAL PEOPLE; Autobiography of James Hill; TRADITIONAL SONG; Estvmvn Estomen Follatskis (Wherever, However You Are); CHICKASAW; Chickasaw Oral Literature; CHIKASHSHA NAAIKBIˈ ANOˍLIˈ : CREATION- ORIGIN STORIES
  • Chikashsha Naaikbiˈ Anoˍliˈ (Chickasaw Creation Story)How the Day and Night Were Divided: Traditional; SHIKONNOˈPAˈ : POSSUM STORIES; Katihmit Loksiˈ Hakshopat Bosholli(Why Turtle Has a Cracked Shell); IKSAˈ NANNANOˍ LIˈ : CLAN STORIES; Kowimilhlhaˈ Hattakat Lhoˍfaˈ Ittafama(Wildcat Man Meets the Bigfoot); CHOKOSHPAˈ NANNANOˍ LIˈ : HUMOR STORIES; Fala Shiikiˈ Táwwaˈa or Falat Ibichchalaˈ Inkaniya(Crow and the Buzzard or Crow Loses His Nose); ORAL NARRATIVES POSE INTERPRETATIVE CHALLENGES
  • Interpretation Is a Tricky Business: Reviewing GlendaGalvan's Katihsht Ittish Oppoloˈat Okla Alhihaˈ Imalattook (How Poison Came to the Chickasaw and Choctaw, 2011)YUCHI; Yuchi Stories; MYTHICAL TIME STORIES; The Red-Mouthed Lizard and the Hunters; How the Yuchi Kill the Red-Mouthed Lizard; Wind and Iron; ANIMAL TALES; The First Woman to Leave a Lazy Husband; Rabbit and Turkeys; STORIES OF THE SUPERNATURAL; Spirit Stories; CHEROKEE; Cherokee Literature; GALGOGV'I: NEW AND OLD LIES; The Rabbit and the Image; Rabbit and Possum Look for Wives; How the Possum Lost His Beautiful Tail
  • Thunder and the Uk'ten'How the White Man Was Made; ULVSGEDI: STORIES OF THE WONDROUS; The Owl at the Window; Crossing Safely; Santeetlah Ghost Story; The Little People and the Nunnehi; The Spirit of an Ancestor; KANOHEDA: PHILOSOPHY, HISTORY, AND MEMOIR; The Language and the Fire; A Cherokee Vision of Eloh': An Excerpt; The Cherokee Migration Story; The Trail of Tears; Mankiller: A Chief and Her People (excerpt); Who Is Cherokee?; Who Is Cherokee?: Federal Recognition, Culture, and Rhetorical Sovereignty; KOASATI; Koasati (Coushatta) Literature; TRADITIONAL STORIES
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780803295483
Lccn
2016010583
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
22573/ctt1grk9cb
System control number
  • (OCoLC)942885419
  • (OCoLC)ocn942885419
Label
A listening wind : Native literature from the Southeast, edited and with an introduction by Marcia Haag
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; CHOCTAW; Mississippi Choctaw Oral Literature; CREATION MYTHS; The Choctaw Creation Legend; Creation of Three Races; SHUKHA ANUMPA; Why Terrapins Never Get Fat; The Dog Who Spoke Choctaw; Running Water; The Man and the Turkey; SUPERNATURAL LEGENDS AND ENCOUNTERS; The Little Man; Pa̜š Falaya (Long Hair); PROPHECIES; Prophecy of New Inventions and Lost Traditions; Prophecy of Cars and Changing Values; The Third Removal; WHERE ORAL TRADITION AND LITERACY COLLIDE; James L. McDonald's Spectre Essay of 1830; Letter to Peter Pitchlynn
  • MODERN OKLAHOMA CHOCTAW STORIESModern Oklahoma Choctaw Stories; Boarding School Runaways; How I Almost Killed a Hog by Scaring It; Aiisht Ahollo (The Miracle); Neva the Hunter; MUSKOGEE (CREEK); Muskogee (Creek) Literature; TRADITIONAL TALES; The Story of Corn (Vce Nak-onvkuce); The Boy Who Turned into a Snake; Rabbit Steals Fire; Girl Abducted by Lion; STORIES OF REAL PEOPLE; Autobiography of James Hill; TRADITIONAL SONG; Estvmvn Estomen Follatskis (Wherever, However You Are); CHICKASAW; Chickasaw Oral Literature; CHIKASHSHA NAAIKBIˈ ANOˍLIˈ : CREATION- ORIGIN STORIES
  • Chikashsha Naaikbiˈ Anoˍliˈ (Chickasaw Creation Story)How the Day and Night Were Divided: Traditional; SHIKONNOˈPAˈ : POSSUM STORIES; Katihmit Loksiˈ Hakshopat Bosholli(Why Turtle Has a Cracked Shell); IKSAˈ NANNANOˍ LIˈ : CLAN STORIES; Kowimilhlhaˈ Hattakat Lhoˍfaˈ Ittafama(Wildcat Man Meets the Bigfoot); CHOKOSHPAˈ NANNANOˍ LIˈ : HUMOR STORIES; Fala Shiikiˈ Táwwaˈa or Falat Ibichchalaˈ Inkaniya(Crow and the Buzzard or Crow Loses His Nose); ORAL NARRATIVES POSE INTERPRETATIVE CHALLENGES
  • Interpretation Is a Tricky Business: Reviewing GlendaGalvan's Katihsht Ittish Oppoloˈat Okla Alhihaˈ Imalattook (How Poison Came to the Chickasaw and Choctaw, 2011)YUCHI; Yuchi Stories; MYTHICAL TIME STORIES; The Red-Mouthed Lizard and the Hunters; How the Yuchi Kill the Red-Mouthed Lizard; Wind and Iron; ANIMAL TALES; The First Woman to Leave a Lazy Husband; Rabbit and Turkeys; STORIES OF THE SUPERNATURAL; Spirit Stories; CHEROKEE; Cherokee Literature; GALGOGV'I: NEW AND OLD LIES; The Rabbit and the Image; Rabbit and Possum Look for Wives; How the Possum Lost His Beautiful Tail
  • Thunder and the Uk'ten'How the White Man Was Made; ULVSGEDI: STORIES OF THE WONDROUS; The Owl at the Window; Crossing Safely; Santeetlah Ghost Story; The Little People and the Nunnehi; The Spirit of an Ancestor; KANOHEDA: PHILOSOPHY, HISTORY, AND MEMOIR; The Language and the Fire; A Cherokee Vision of Eloh': An Excerpt; The Cherokee Migration Story; The Trail of Tears; Mankiller: A Chief and Her People (excerpt); Who Is Cherokee?; Who Is Cherokee?: Federal Recognition, Culture, and Rhetorical Sovereignty; KOASATI; Koasati (Coushatta) Literature; TRADITIONAL STORIES
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780803295483
Lccn
2016010583
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
22573/ctt1grk9cb
System control number
  • (OCoLC)942885419
  • (OCoLC)ocn942885419

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