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Legends of The Kaw is a 1904 book written by Carrie de Voe. Subtitled The Folk-lore of the Indians of the Kansas River Valley, the book contains various rich mythology and folk legends from Native American tribes such as the Pawnees, the Sioux, the Kaws, the Osages, the Delawares, the Wyandots, the Pottawatomies, and the Shawnees. For each section on each tribe, the author goes into detail about their history, any famous or notorious members of the tribe, their alliances with other tribes, wars, as well as their religious beliefs, animal worship, creation stories, and legends and folk-lore.
This book has 33,746 words, 61 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1904.
Production notes: This ebook of Legends of The Kaw was published by Global Grey on the 29th September 2021. The artwork used for the cover is 'Landscape with Indian Scouts' by Julian Onderdonk.
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