Spider Woman's Web Traditional Native American Tales about Women's Power

ISBN-10: 0399525467
ISBN-13: 9780399525469
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Book details

List price: $15.00
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 11/1/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 5.25" wide x 7.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

Introduction
Key to Symbols
Spider Woman Saves Ko-chin-ni-na-ko Keresan, Southwest
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Spider Woman's Web Athabaskan, Alaska
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Qi-yo Ke-pe, the Great Healer Keresan, Southwest
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The Woman Whose Heart Became Ice Micmac, Northeast
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Sedna, Mistress of the Underworld Inuit, Alaska
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The Worm That Devoured Women Cherokee, Southeast
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White Star Woman and Great Star Man Pawnee, Great Plains
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Ataensie, the Woman Who Fell from the Sky Iroquois, Northeast
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The Origin of Corn Abenaki, Northeast
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First Woman and the People Navajo, Southwest
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White Buffalo Woman: Lakota (Sioux), Great Plains
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The Buffalo Wife: Piegan (Blackfeet), Great Plains
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Sweet Corn Woman's Tale: Tewa, Southwest
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The Women Warriors: Tewa, Southwest
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Coyote Marries His Daughter: Ute, Great Basin
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The Abandoned Children: White Clay People (Gros Ventre), Great Plains
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The Two Sisters and Their Aunt: Miwok, California
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The Woman Who Kept Secrets: Hopi, Southwest
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The Quilt of Men's Eyes: Seneca, Northeast
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The Kidnapped Wife and the Dream Helper: Piegan (Blackfeet), Great Plains
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The Woman Who Built the First Medicine Lodge: Piegan (Blackfeet), Great Plains
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The Dream of Double Woman: Lakota (Sioux), Great Plains
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The Woman Who Married the Sea: Samish (Coast Salish), Northwest Coast
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The Beginning of Wisdom and Law: Yakima, Plateau
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Dancing for Nomtaimet: Wintu, California
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Afterword
Acknowledgments
For Further Reading
Index
About the Author
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