Voices of the Winds

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Voices of the Winds
Voices of the Winds

Author: Margot Edmonds

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An illustrated collection of more than a 100 legends of the North American Indian tribes. All the major geographical areas and Indian tribes are covered in this collection, each with a brief introduction followed by a paraphrased retelling of the story. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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