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Native American Legends: Tlanowa
Tribal affiliation: Cherokee,
Alternate spellings: Tlanuhwa, Tla'nuwa, Hlanuwa, Klanuwa, Sanuwa
Tlanuwa are giant mythological birds of prey with impenetrable metal feathers, common to the mythology of
many Southeastern tribes.
The Tlanuhwa and the Uhktena:
Cherokee legends about the Tlanuwa bird.
Recommended Books of Related Native American Legends
The First Fire:
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Anthology of stories from the Kickapoo, Cherokee, Kiowa, and Tigua tribes.
Southeastern Native American Legends:
Book comparing the traditional stories of the Cherokee and other Southeast tribes.
Cherokee Indian myths
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