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Native American Legends and Stories About Fathers
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about fathers.
Native American Father Spirits
Mondawmin (Father Corn) (Anishinabe)
Native American Father Stories
How the Ojibwe, Potawatomi, and Ottawa Became One People A Potawatomi Story:
A lovely Potawatomi legend about three grieving fathers who make peace between their tribes.
The Children of Cloud:
Pima legend about two brothers setting off in search of their sky-father.
The Badger and the Bear:
Lakota legend of a hard-working badger father whose hospitality is abused by an aggressive bear, until a spirit warrior delivers justice.
The Dream Fast The Boy Who Became A Robin:
Ojibwe legends about a father who asked too much of his son.
Legend of the Potawatomi Indians: The Origin of Corn and Other Crops:
Potawatomi stories about the corn spirit Mondawmin becoming the father of the first people.
Fish-Hawk and the Sun's Daughter:
California Indian legend about an overly proud father being taught a lesson.
Recommended Books of Related Native American Legends
Arrow to the Sun: A Pueblo Indian Tale:
Picture book based on a Pueblo legend about a hero in search of his father the Sun.
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