Native American culture
Native American herbal medicine
Native American Thankfulness Mythology
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about thankfulness.
Native American Thankfulness Gods and Spirits
Native American Legends About Thankfulness
Indian Summer Nibunalnoba, the Indian Summer:
Abenaki-Penobscot legends about the gift of "Indian Summer" and how it reminds the people to be thankful.
The Badger and the Bear:
Lakota legend about an unthankful bear punished for turning on a badger family that had helped him in his time of need.
Legend about how the Lenapes learning to be thankful for the corn.
The Warrior and the Eagle:
Lenape legend about an eagle-catcher learning to be thankful for nature's gifts.
The First Winter:
Nipmuc myth about the Great Spirit creating winter to punish people who did not offer thanks.
Recommended Books of Thankfulness Stories from Native American Myth and Legend
Brother Wolf: A Seneca Tale:
Picture book based on a Seneca legend about Wolf giving the birds their colors in thanks for a favor they did him.
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