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Native American Day Mythology
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about the daytime.
Native American Day Gods and Spirits
Native American Legends About The Day
How Day and Night Came To Be:
Salishan Indian legend about Ant Woman winning daylight from the Creator.
The Origin of Night and Day The Legend of Rabbit and Owl Rabbit and the Daylight:
Algonquian legends in which Rabbit wins the right to control day and night.
The Snow-Bird and the Day-Eagle:
Abenaki legend explaining the origin of the day and night cycle.
Recommended Books of Day Stories from Native American Myth and Legend
Day and Night:
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Bilingual children's book illustrating a Navajo Indian myth about how night and day began.
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