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Native American Legends: Atosee (A:tosi)
Tribal affiliation: Koasati,
Alternate spellings: Atosi, A:tosi, Aatosi, Aatilhichi'kso, A:tilhicikso, Ati ilhicikso, Aatilhichikso, Atilhiciksosi,
Aatsa'wwasi hich'kso, Aatosi ilhichikso
Also known as: Pygmies
Type: American Indian little people
Related figures in other tribes: Yunwi Tsunsdi (Cherokee),
Wild Indians (Catawba),
The Atosee are the little people of Alabama and Koasati folklore. They have peculiar powers: things that are
small and easy to humans are large and difficult to them, and things that are large and difficult to humans are
small and easy to them.
Alabama Indian legend about the Atosee.
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Myths and Folktales of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians of Texas:
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Good collection of Alabama-Coushatta legends.
Southeastern Native American Legends:
Book comparing the traditional stories of the Alabama and other Southeast tribes.
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