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Native American Spring Mythology
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about springtime.
Native American Spring Gods and Spirits
Native American Legends About Spring
Indian Superstitions And Legend:
An excerpt from Potawatomi author Simon Pokagon's autobiography, including a legend about the four season sisters.
The Dream Fast:
Chippewa Indian legend about why dream questing must be done in the spring.
How Fisher Went to the Skyland:
Ojibwe legend about Fisher stealing spring for the people.
Recommended Books of Spring Stories from Native American Myth and Legend
The Spring Equinox:
Children's book describing spring folklore and ceremonies around the world, including Native North and Central America.
When Bear Stole the Chinook:
Children's book illustrating a Blackfoot legend about how Weasel retrieved the warm spring wind from Bear.
The Messenger of Spring:
Picture book based on a Native American legend about winter making way for spring.
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