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Myths of the Cherokee
MYTHS OF THE CHEROKEE. By James Mooney. From Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology 1897-98, Part I. [1900] ...
www.sacred-texts.com/ nam/ cher/ motc/ index.htm

Yahoo! 360 - Lisa's Blog - The First Fire - from MYTHS OF THE ...
"Chapter 2 from James Mooney's book: MYTHS OF THE CHEROKEE. The First Fire. In the beginning there was no fire, and the world was cold, until the Thunders ...
blog.360.yahoo.com/ blog-SNFfdL8wbakoIO_XZrxDlxX8?p=543

From James Mooney, Myths of the Cherokee
From James Mooney, Myths of the Cherokee. Washington,. DC: Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. 19 (18978), 3557, 319. ...
doi.wiley.com/ 10.1002/ 9780470776391.ch12

Cherokee Stories (Myth-Folklore Online)
The result was another Smithsonian publication, "The Myths of the Cherokee" which is the source for this week's readings. Mooney also published "The Sacred ...
www.mythfolklore.net/ 3043mythfolklore/ reading/ cherokee/ background.htm

Cherokee Sacred Fire
Myths of the Cherokee As Told by Swimmer to James Mooney, 1887-1890. Sacred Fire The mound was then built up with earth, which the women brought in baskets, ...
www.secci.com/ Fire.htm

NATIVE NASHVILLE - NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY & CULTURE - CHEROKEE ...
NATIVE NASHVILLE - Native American History, Culture, News, & More. CHEROKEE STORIES. The First Fire. (From Myths of the Cherokee, by James Mooney) ...
www.nativenashville.com/ History/ fire.htm

The Aumara Light & Healing Circle - Spiritual ebook Directory
Myths of the Cherokee Click to enlarge. Author: James Mooney ... Myths of the Cherokee is from the 19th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. ...
www.aumara.com/ espirit-center/ modules.php?name=BookCatalog& op=showbook& bid=106

Cherokee Messenger - Origin of Disease and Medicine
Source: Myths of the Cherokee by James Mooney. In the old days the beasts, birds, fishes, insects and plants could all talk and they and the people lived ...
www.powersource.com/ cherokee/ origin.html

JSTOR: 234
234 Myths of the Cherokee. By James Mooney. From the 19th annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Washington, 1902. Pp. 596, with 20 plates and ...
links.jstor.org/ sici?sici=0025-1496(1903)1%3A3%3C207%3A2%3E2.0.CO%3B2-W

The Uktena
Daughter of the Sun is a Cherokee tale online at Stonee's Web Lodge, from James Mooney's work collecting myths of the Cherokee. It contains helpful Little ...
www.ferrum.edu/ applit/ bibs/ tales/ uktena.htm

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