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Native American Stories About Loyalty
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about loyalty.
Legends About Loyalty
The Loyal Sweetheart:
Passamaquoddy story about a girl who remained faithful to her fiance under duress.
How The Rabbit Lost His Tail:
In this Mi'kmaq version of the legend, Rabbit got his strange appearance through loyal friendship to Weasel.
Brother Crow and Brother Buffalo:
Shawnee legend about an interfering Crow teaching the people a lesson about loyalty and understanding.
Crow Necklace And His Medicine Ceremony:
Interesting story of a warrior's conflicting loyalties between his birth tribe and the tribe who raised him.
Recommended Books of Related Native American Legends
The Polar Bear Son:
Charming picture book based on an Inuit legend about a polar bear's loyalty to his adopted mother.
Adopted by the Eagles Spotted Eagle and Black Crow:
Two illustrated children's books based on Sioux legends about a disloyal friend.
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