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By Jack Frederick. Kilpatrick, Anna Gritts. Kilpatrick

The Cherokee husband-and-wife crew who recorded and translated those folktales in 1961 helped to maintain the lore of seventeen elder Oklahoma Cherokees. This quantity contains a wide selection of folklore; talking-animal tales, stories of a dragon-like creature and different monsters, bills of little humans inhabiting the hills of japanese Oklahoma, versions of eu stories, fragments of Cherokee mythology and cosmology, and legends and lore of historic personages and occasions. The authors current the tales precisely as they have been advised, including short reviews to put the tales in actual fact within the context of Cherokee existence and inspiration. Musical notations are integrated anyplace a track shaped a part of a narrative.

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