Myths and Folktales of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians of Texas

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Myths and Folktales of the Alabama-
Coushatta Indians of Texas

Author: Howard N. Martin

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Book description:
Austin, 1977. xxxvii, 114p., appendix, glossary, references, index, dj. 6×9. Forty-six stories collected by Martin from older members of the Alabama-Coushatta tribe in the 1930s. The stories are divided into eleven major categories such as “Origins of Animal and Bird Characteristics”, “Ghosts, Witches, and other Supernatural Beings”, “Encounters with Monsters”

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