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Native American Stories About War
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Native American Legends About War
The Grasshopper War:
Lenape folktale about a war started for a frivolous reason.
The First War Party:
Caddo legend about Chief Morning Star and the origin of war.
The Lame Warrior:
Story of an Arapaho man rescued from an enemy war party by a skeletal visitor.
Crow Necklace And His Medicine Ceremony:
Interesting story of a warrior's conflicting loyalties between his birth tribe and the tribe who raised him.
The Death of Head Chief and Young Mule:
Cheyenne story about the death of a 19th-century warrior.
Legend of the Crazy Dog Society:
Blackfoot myth about magical Little People who teach powerful war medicine to a brave boy.
Recommended Books of Related Native American Legends
Field Mouse Goes to War:
The story of the Hopi hero Warrior Mouse, with illustrations by a Hopi artist.
Spotted Eagle and Black Crow:
Children's book based on Sioux legends about a disloyal friend who finds redemption through a brave death in battle.
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