Red Indian Folk and Fairy Tales

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Red Indian Folk and Fairy Tales
Author Ruth Manning-Sanders
Illustrator C. Walter Hodges
Cover artist C. Walter Hodges
Country United States
Language English
Genre Fairy Tales
Publisher Roy
Publication date
1960
Media type Print (hardcover)
Pages 222 pp

Red Indian Folk and Fairy Tales is a 1960 anthology of 19 fairy tales from North American Indian culture that have been collected and retold by Ruth Manning-Sanders. It is one in a long series of such anthologies by Manning-Sanders.

Table of contents[edit]

  • I. Micabo's Island
  • II. Ugly Thing
  • III. Star Maiden
  • IV. Beaver and Porcupine
  • V. Raven Boy and Little Hawk
  • VI. Adventures of Rabbit
Rabbit Goes Hunting
Rabbit and the Devouring Hill
Rabbit and the Thunder Birds
  • VII. Zini and the Witches
  • VIII. Napi and Nip
  • IX. Young Mouse
  • X. The Fat Grandmother
  • XI. Adventures of Coyote
Coyote and the Mice
Coyote and the Quails
Coyote and Mole
Coyote and Little Blue Fox
  • XII. The Magic Pebble
  • XIII. Beautiful Girl
  • XIV. Snake Ogre
  • XV. Good Man and Bad Man
  • XVI. Proud Girl and Bold Eagle
  • XVII. Raven and the Wicked One
  • XVIII. Otter Heart and the Magic Kettle
  • XIX. Sun Arrow

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