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Native American Light Mythology
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about light.
Native American Light Gods and Spirits
Native American Legends About The Light
How Day and Night Came To Be:
Salishan legend about Ant Woman winning daylight from the Creator.
The Origin of Night and Day The Legend of Rabbit and Owl Rabbit and the Daylight:
Algonquian legends in which Rabbit wins light for the world.
Raven Steals The Light:
Athabaskan myth about the trickster hero Raven and the origin of light.
Recommended Books of Light Stories from Native American Myth and Legend
How Raven Stole the Sun:
Lovely children's book illustrating the Northwest Coast myth about Raven bringing light to the world.
Coyote and the Sky:
Charming book by a Pueblo author illustrating a traditional legend about the origin of sunlight, moonlight, and starlight.
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