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Native American Legends and Stories About Brothers
Native American Brother Spirits
Lodge-Boy and Spring-Boy (Crow)
Monster Slayer and Child of Water (Navajo)
Native American Brother Stories
Lodge-Boy and Thrown-Away:
Crow legend about the two mythical brothers.
The Twin Brothers The Brothers Who Became Lightning And Thunder:
Caddo legends about the magical brothers Thunder and Lightning.
The Flying Canoe:
Passamaquoddy folktale about three competitive brothers.
Brother Crow and Brother Buffalo:
Shawnee legend about an interfering Crow teaching the people a lesson about brotherhood and understanding.
Crow Necklace And His Medicine Ceremony:
Gros Ventre story about a brother's loyalty to his adopted sister.
Epic legend about ten Cree brothers and their Thunder wives.
The Quillwork Girl and her Seven Brothers:
Cheyenne myth about seven magical brothers and their adopted sister.
Recommended Books of Related Native American Legends
The Star People:
Beautiful picture book by a Lakota author about a brother and sister becoming lost and finding their way back home.
Warrior Twins: A Navajo Hero Myth:
Children's book about Navajo twin brothers who slay monsters and protect the people.
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