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Native American Figures of Myth and Legend

Here is our directory of Native American mythological and legendary characters (under construction):

General Types of Native American Mythological Characters

*Tricksters
*Transformers
*Gods
*Goddesses
*Culture Heroes
*Heroes
*Heroines
*Creators
*Monsters
*High Gods
*Underworld Gods
*Earthdivers
*Nature Spirits
*Antagonists
*Animals
*Wise Women
*Ice Cannibals
*Witches
*Ghosts
*Twins
*Giant Serpents
*Stiff-Legged Bear
*Giant birds
*The Little People
*Giants
*Bigfoot
*Vampires
*Shapeshifters
*Mermaids
*Sea Monsters
*Lake Monsters

Names of Specific Native American Mythological Characters

*Ababinili
*Ableegumooch
*Aglebemu
*Aguguq
*Ahone
*Amalivaca
*The Ancient One
*Animiki
Aniwye
Apcinis
*Apistanewj
Apistotoke
*Apotamkin
*Arrow-Boy
Asin
*Atlantow
*Atna
*Atwuskniges
*Ax'xea
*Ayashe
*Ayo-Caddi-Aymay
*Azban
*Bad-Spirit
Basket Woman
B
Bibon
Big Eater
*Big-Owl
*Big Sand
Big Water Snake
*Binesi
*Black Imp
Blood-Clot Boy
Blue Jay
*Bootup
*Boqs
*Bush Indian
*Caddaja
*Cannibal Dwarf
*Chenoo
*Chequa
*Chipiapoos
*Chirich
*Cikla
*Cipelahq
*Corn Mother
Crazy Jack
*Cuaiguerry
*Culloo
*Cyclone Man
*Deer Lady
*Deganawida
*Dolba
*Double-Face
Eesha
*Ekkeko
*Eskimo Raven
Ewaki
*Feather-Woman
*First Woman
*Flint
*Flying Heads
*Gaqtugwewesm
*Geow-lud-mo-sis-eg
*Ghost Witch
*Gici Niwaskw
*Gitchie Manitou
*Giwakwa
*Glooskap
*Godasiyo
*Good-Spirit
Gook
*Grandmother Fox
*Grandmother Woodchuck
*Great Fisher
*Great Lynx
*The Great Spirit
*Gugwes
*Haidu
*Hairless Bear
*Halfway People
*Hiawatha
Hiintcabiit
*Hinon
Hobbomock
Honne
*Horned Serpent
*Hutash
*Iktomi
Iriria
Iwaryka
Jamul
*Jipijka'm
*Jogah
Kami
*Kanaim
*Kanati
*Kanipinikassikueu
*Katshitushk
*Kci-Athussos
*Kelphit
Keri
*Kinap
*Kiwonik
*Kisu'lkw
*Kittanitowet
*Ko'komiki'somm
*Kolowa
Kudo
*Kujuri
*Kuku
*Kumsno'ol
*Kururumany
*Kwanokasha
*Kwekwatshew
*Lampeqin
*Lodge-Boy
*Lox
*Lucifee
*Macunaima
*Malsum
Maheu
*Mahtigwess
Makiaweesug
*Mammoth Bear
*Man Above
Man-Eater
*Man-El
*Manabus
Maneto
*Manogemasak
*Maple Sapling
Matanto
*Mat-gwas
Maushup
Maxa'xk
*Medawihla
*Memegwesi
*Mhuwe
*Michabo
*Mihn
*Mikcheech
*Mikew
*Mikumwess
*Mikumwesu
*Mishi-Ginebig
*Misink
Mondamin
*Mo-Cot
*Mopo
*Moqwaoi
Morningstar
Moshking
*Musquash
*Muwin
*Nagumwasuck
*Naguset
*Nanabush
*Nanye-hi
*Na'pi
Natos
*Newas
*Nibanabe
*Ni'hancan
*Nihata
Nikommo
Nimerigar
*Nishanu
*Nitosi
*Nokomis
*Nonoma'e
*Northwest Coyotes
*Northwest Mink
*Nukumi
*Odzihozo
*Oochigeas
*Okee
*Old Lady
*Onatha
*Oniare
*Oniata
*Ouga
*Our Grandmother
*Pacific Northwest Raven
Pain
*Paisa
*Pamola
*Piai
*Piesa
*Pita-skog
*Pitcher-Woman
*Plains Coyotes
*Plawej
*Pogumk
*Pukwudgie
*Qimu
Qone
*Rabbit Trickster
*Raweno
*Real Lynx
Rugaroo
*Sanuwa
*Sasquatch
Saya
*Scalped-Man
*Scar-Face
*Sedna
*Selu
*Seven Thunders
Siatco
Sib'
*Sigu
Silverfox
*Sina'avi
*Sipa
*Sitcon'ski
*Skeleton-Man
*Sky-Holder
*Sky-Woman
*Southwest Coyotes
Spider-Above
*Spider Woman
*Spider Grandmother
Splinter-Foot
Squant
*Stick Indian
*Stone Coat
*Stuwi
Suku
*Swamp-Woman
*Tcetin
*Tem-Ma-Ya-Wit
*Thrown-Away
*Thunder Being
*Thunder Bird
*Thunderer
*Thunderers
*Thunders
*Tie Snake
*Tipaci
Tshakapesh
*Uktin
*Unknown-Woman
*Veeho
*Village-Boy
*Vochi
*Waterbaby
Wechuge)
Weetucks
*Weewillmekq
*Wemategunis
*Wendigo
*WhiskeyJack
*Wihtiko
*Wiklatmuj
*Wild-Boy
*Wild Indians
*Winpe
*Wizaka
*Wood Men
*Wuchowsen
*Yagesho
*Yamozha
*Yeilis
*Yo'i
*Yumwi
*Yutakki




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