Published on November 13, 2012 by Casey
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Tribal affiliation: Cree, Ojibwe
Also known as: Waagoshii-Mindimooye (Ojibwe, pronounced wah-go-shee-min-dih-moo-yay), Wakoshi-Mitimoye (Oji-Cree, pronounced wah-ko-shee-mih-tih-moh-yeh), Foxwoman, Fox Old Lady, Grandmother Fox, Old Lady Fox
Type: Wise woman, heroine, fox
Fox-Woman is a minor animal spirit of the Anishinabe and Cree tribes. She is usually portrayed as a wise elder. She plays an important role in the saga of Ayas, a young hero who she adopts as her grandson and helps to guide through many travails.