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Native American Sea Monsters of Myth and Legend
Native American Sea Monsters from Various Tribes
Names of Specific Native American Sea Monsters
Apotamkin (Maliseet-Passamaquoddy Indian sea monster)
Gugu (Wabanaki Indian sea monster)
Gunakadeit (Tlingit Indian sea monster)
Native American Sea Monster Stories
The Legend of the Sea-Monster:
Squamish legend of the 'Salt-Chuck Oluk' sea monster.
Recommended Books about Sea Monsters in Native American Mythology
The Sea Serpent's Daughter:
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Picture book based on a Brazilian Indian legend about how sea monsters brought nighttime to the people.
The Sea Monster's Secret:
Picture book based on Tlingit legends about a man who becomes a Gunakadeit sea monster to feed his village.
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