In accordance with their views of nature and spirit, they constantly appeal to these powers, at every step of their lives. In Native American Myths & Legends you can read about characters such as Old Man, Rabbit Boy, Blue Jay (the trickster bird), the Double-Faced Ghost, the Splinter-Foot Girl and Mondawmin, the Corn Spirit. You will also discover the meaning of the Potlatch Feast, the legend of the Great Turtle and the myth of the Bear Foster-Son. These legends span the width of the continent with tales from the Ojibwa of the Great Lakes region to the Inuits of Alaska.
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