Native American cultures
What's new on our site today!
Native Languages of the Americas:
Seminole Legends, Myths, and Stories
This is our collection of links to Seminole folktales and traditional stories that can be read online.
We have indexed our American Indian legends section
by tribe to make them easier to locate; however, variants on the same
legend are often told by American Indians from different tribes, especially if those tribes are kinfolk or neighbors to
each other. In particular, though these legends come from Seminole mythology, the traditional stories of
related tribes like the
Muskogee and Choctaw are very similar.
Enjoy the stories! If you would like to recommend a Seminole legend for this page or think one of the ones on here
should be removed, please let us know.
Trickster Rabbit (Chufe, Chufi, Cokfi, or Chokfee):
Rabbit is the trickster figure of Seminole Indian legends.
The great Creator god of the Seminole tribe.
Corn spirit of the Seminoles.
Dreadful owl-witches of Seminole legend.
Wolf-like monster from Seminole folklore.
Seminole Creation Story:
Miccosukee and Seminole legends about the creation of the earth.
Origin of the Seminole clans:
Seminole legends about the creation of the animals.
Men Visit the Sky:
Seminole legend about men transformed into angels.
The Milky Way:
Hitchiti and Seminole stories about astronomy and weather.
The White Potato Clan:
Seminole legend about the Creator's gift to clanless children.
Myths and Tales of the Southeastern Indians:
Collection of traditional stories from the Seminole Creek and other Muskogean tribes.
Legends of the Seminoles:
Anthology of traditional Seminole stories.
Southeastern Native American Legends:
Book comparing the traditional stories of the Seminole and other Southeast tribes.
The Green Corn Dance
Books of Native American legends
Native American religion
Florida Indian tribes
Southeastern Native culture
Native American tribe
Back to Indian gods, spirits, and monsters
Buy some American Indian literature
Learn more about the Seminole tribe.
Native American Indian Artwork
Would you like to help support our organization's work with endangered American Indian languages?
Native Languages of the Americas website © 1998-2015 Contacts and FAQ page