Endangered Native American languages
Native American Legends: Little Giver (Fastachee)
Name: Little Giver
Tribal affiliation: Miccosukee,
Native names: Fastachee, Fas-te-chee, Fas-ta-chee
Type: Corn spirit,
Related figures in other tribes: Unknown Woman (Choctaw),
Little Giver is a corn spirit from Miccosukee and Seminole mythology. Usually appearing as a dwarf,
Little Giver appeared to the people
to present them with the gift of corn, for which he was subsequently always honored.
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