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Native American Stories About Teasing
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about teasing.
Legends About Teasing
Chipmunk and Bear:
An Iroquois legend about Chipmunk being punished for his teasing.
The Pretty Maiden The Good Looking Woman:
Lenape legends about a girl punished for insulting her suitors.
Why the Cricket is Black:
Mohegan folktale about Cricket's mocking behavior causing him to be burnt.
Bitter Spirit and the Stone:
Swampy Cree legend about a rock punishing the trickster hero for taunting it.
Cree legend about three hunters who kill a spirit being for mocking and ill-treating their sister.
Recommended Books of Related Native American Legends
How Chipmunk Got His Stripes:
Picture book illustrating a Woodlands Indian legend about Chipmunk learning a lesson about teasing other animals.
Brother Wolf: A Seneca Tale:
Picture book based on a Seneca legend about Wolf and Raccoon making up after teasing each other.
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