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Native American Stories About Honesty
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about honesty.
Legends About Honesty
The Legend of Oochigeas The Rough-Faced Girl The Invisible One:
Maliseet and Micmac variants of the French Cinderella story, in which the heroine is rewarded for her honesty
while her sisters are punished for telling lies.
Jack LaPorte the Great:
Folk story about a Maliseet medicine man who proved his honesty by playing a trick on a white merchant.
How The Deer Got His Horns:
Cherokee legend about Deer winning antlers by his honesty and fair play.
Recommended Books of Related Native American Legends
The Rough-Face Girl:
Beautiful picture book based on the Micmac Cinderella version.
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