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Native American Legends and Stories About Dreams
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about dreams.
Native American Dream Spirits
Native American Dream Stories
The Importance of Dreaming:
Abenaki Indian myth about the origin of dreams.
The Creator Visits Indian Summer:
Wabanaki Indian stories in which the Creator communicates with the people through dreams.
The Dream Fast Opichi Father of Indian Corn Mon-Daw-Min:
Ojibwe legends about dream questing.
The Origin of Tobacco:
Potawatomi story about a man who learned the secrets of tobacco in a sacred dream.
The Origin of Corn:
Menominee legend in which the people received the gift of corn in a dream.
How Dogs Came to Live With the Indians:
Menominee legend about a man welcoming the first dog because of his dreams.
The Sacred Weed A Tobacco Legend:
Blackfoot legends about medicine dreams teaching the people to smoke tobacco.
The Origin Of The Medicine-Men:
Caddo legends about the first medicine dreams.
Recommended Books of Related Native American Legends
The Boy Who Dreamed of an Acorn:
Beautifully illustrated picture book based on a Chinook Indian legend about a boy's spirit dreams.
Children's book by a Yaqui Indian artist about a child who follows his dreams.
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