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Native American Little People of Myth and Legend
Native American Little People from Various Tribes
Akeki (California Indian sprites)
Apci'lnic (Innu little people)
Atosee (Alabama little people)
Black Imps (Achumawi Indian little people)
Bohpoli (Choctaw little people)
Cannibal Dwarves (Arapaho Indian little people)
Fastachee (Seminole Indian little person)
Gahongas (Iroquois Indian little people)
Halfway People (Mi'kmaq Indian little people)
Kiwolatomuhsis (Maliseet Indian little people)
Kowi Anukasha (Choctaw little people)
Lampeqin (Maliseet-Passamaquoddy Indian little people)
Lost Elves (Caddo little people)
Makiawisug (Mohegan Indian little people)
Mannegishi (Cree Indian little people)
Manogames (Wabanaki Indian little people)
Mikumwess (Wabanaki Indian little people)
Mikumwesu (Maliseet Indian little person)
Mialuka (Omaha little people)
Monkey People (Ahtna Indian little people)
Nagumwasuk (Passamaquoddy Indian little people)
Nibiinaabe (Ojibway Indian little people)
Nikommo (Wampanoag Indian little people)
Ninipi (Shoshone Indian little people)
Nirumbee (Crow little people)
Nunne'hi (Cherokee little people)
Paisa (Miami Indian little people)
Puckwudgies (Algonquian Indian little people)
Squant (Wampanoag Indian little people)
Tonop (Tunica little people)
Water Babies (Western Indian sprites)
Wematekan'is (Lenape Indian little people)
Wiklatmuj (Mi'kmaq Indian little people)
Wild Indians (Catawba Indian little people)
Woods Elf (Sioux little people)
Yunwi Tsunsdi (Cherokee little people)
Native American Little People Stories
The Little People Story Makiawisug, the Little People:
Stories about a Mohegan woman who was rewarded for helping one of the Little People.
Cherokee Indian stories about the Little People.
The Little Creatures of Caprice Ensnare the Sun:
A Fox Indian story about little people who inadvertantly trap the sun.
The Wolf, the Fox, the Bobcat and the Cougar:
Legend about four animal spirits that helped the Shoshone-Bannocks defeat the warlike Little People.
The Master of Night:
Menominee legend about a mythical little person who brings sleep to humans.
Wematekan'is and the Hunter Che-py-yah-poo-thwah:
Lenape Little People mythology.
Nihancan and the Dwarf's Arrow:
Legend about an Arapaho Indian dwarf teaching a trickster a lesson.
Nikommo and Hobbamock:
Nipmuc and Narragansett Little People myths.
Legend of the Crazy Dog Society:
Blackfoot Little People legend about a brave boy learning powerful Coyote medicine.
Catawba Little People Pick On Children:
Catawba stories and traditions about the Yehasuri.
Recommended Books about Little People in Native American Mythology
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Great collection of traditional Native American little people folklore from 14 different tribes.
Cherokee Little People: A Native American Tale:
Picture book based on traditional Cherokee Indian little-people legends.
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