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Native American Stories About Migration
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about migrations.
Legends About Migration
The Cussitaws Come East:
Migration legend of the Cussitaw Creeks.
Since Time Immemorial:
Shoshone-Bannock migration myth.
The Long Journey:
Migration story of the Stockbridge Mohican tribe.
Great Medicine's Beautiful Country:
Migration legend of the Cheyenne people.
Raven and Goose-Wife:
Athabaskan legend telling why geese migrate and ravens do not.
The Creation And Early Migrations:
Caddo myths about the origin of the world and the migration of the people.
Recommended Books of Related Native American Legends
The Great Ball Game:
Wonderful picture book based on a Creek legend explaining why birds migrate south for the winter.
The Rainbow Bridge:
Children's book illustrating the Chumash creation and migration legends.
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