Native American Ice Cannibals of Myth and Legend

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Native American Ice Cannibals of Myth and Legend
Native American Ice Cannibals of Myth and Legend

Native American Ice Cannibals from Various Tribes

  • Giwakwa (Wabanaki)
  • Chenoo (Micmac)
  • Mhwe (Lenape)
  • Rugaru (Metis)
  • Windigo (Chippewa)
  • Witiko (Cree)

Native American Ice Cannibal Stories

Cannibal Giants of the Snowy Northern Forest:
Article about the giwakwa, kiwakwa, and chenoo ice monsters of the Wabanaki tribes.
The Girl and the Windigo:
Chippewa story about a brave girl that slew an ice cannibal.
The Windigo Baby:
Chippewa story about a baby that turned into a wendigo.
The Dog and the Windigo Spirit:
Ojibwa myth about the first dog and his battle with a treacherous ice cannibal.
The Girl-Chenoo:
Mi’kmaq story about a young woman transformed into an ice monster.
The Girl and the Chenoo:
Passamaquoddy legend about the redemption of an ice cannibal.
Story of the Great Chenoo Cannibal with an Icy Heart:
Two 19th-century stories about Chenoo. (Note that our Wabanaki volunteers
disagree with some of the analysis tacked onto the end of these, but the stories are genuine.)
Cannibalism:
Audio files of a Cree elder relating stories about cannibal monsters.

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