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Native Languages of the Americas:
Hitchiti Legends, Myths, and Stories

This is our collection of links to Hitchiti stories and legends that can be read online. We have indexed our Native American legends section by tribe to make them easier to locate; however, variants on the same legend are often told by American Indians from different tribes, especially if those tribes are kinfolk or neighbors to each other. In particular, though these legends come from the Hitchiti, the traditional stories of related tribes like the Miccosukee and Muskogee are very similar.

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Hitchiti Mythological Figures

Rabbit (Chukfi): Rabbit is the trickster character of Hitchiti mythology. His name is pronounced similar to chook-fee, with the first syllable rhyming with "book."

Hitchiti Indian Stories

*Hitchiti Myths and Tales:
    Online collection of traditional Hitchiti stories.
*Hitchiti-Mikasuki Creation Story * Seminole Creation Story:
    Miccosukee and Hitchiti legends about the creation of the earth.
*Men Visit the Sky:
    Seminole legend about men transformed into angels.
*The Milky Way:
    Seminole and Hitchiti stories about astronomy and weather.
*The White Potato Clan:
    Hitchiti legend about the Creator's gift to clanless children.

Recommended Books on Hitchiti Myth
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Southeastern Native American Legends:
    Book comparing the traditional stories of the Hitchiti and other Southeast tribes.

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Additional Resources

 The Green Corn Dance
 Indian books of legends
 American Indian beliefs
 Georgia Native Americans
 Southeast culture
 Muskogean tribes
 Indian culture in America

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