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Native American Legends and Stories About Twins
Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about twins.
Native American Twin Spirits
Amalivaca and Vochi (Cariban)
The God Boys (Caddo)
Hunahpu and Ixbalanque (Maya)
Keri and Kame (Bakairi)
The Little Thunders (Seminole)
Macunaima and Pia (Carib)
Monster Slayer and Child of Water (Navajo)
The Twin Gods, Good Spirit and Bad Spirit (Iroquois)
The Twin Heroes, Lodge Boy and Spring Boy (Plains tribes)
Native American Twin Stories
Lodge-Boy and Thrown-Away:
Crow legend about the two mythical twins.
The Twin Brothers The Brothers Who Became Lightning And Thunder:
Caddo legends about the twin heroes, Thunder and Lightning.
The Birth of Good and Evil:
Oneida myth about Sky Woman's twin grandchildren.
Cayuga myth about Sky Woman and her twin sons Good Spirit and Bad Spirit.
Recommended Books of Related Native American Legends
Warrior Twins: A Navajo Hero Myth:
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Children's book about Navajo twin heroes who slay monsters and protect the people.
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