Linderman, Frank B. . Indian Why Stories
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  • Front Matter
  • Chapter WHY THE CHIPMUNK'S BACK IS STRIPED
  • Chapter HOW THE DUCKS GOT THEIR FINE FEATHERS
  • Chapter WHY THE KINGFISHER ALWAYS WEARS A WAR-BONNET
  • Chapter WHY THE CURLEW'S BILL IS LONG AND CROOKED
  • Chapter OLD-MAN REMAKES THE WORLD
  • Chapter WHY BLACKFEET NEVER KILL MICE
  • Chapter HOW THE OTTER SKIN BECAME GREAT "MEDICINE"
  • Chapter OLD-MAN STEALS THE SUN'S LEGGINGS
  • Chapter OLD-MAN AND HIS CONSCIENCE
  • Chapter OLD-MAN'S TREACHERY
  • Chapter WHY THE NIGHT-HAWK'S WINGS ARE BEAUTIFUL
  • Chapter WHY THE MOUNTAIN-LION IS LONG AND LEAN
  • Chapter THE FIRE-LEGGINGS
  • Chapter THE MOON AND THE GREAT SNAKE
  • Chapter WHY THE DEER HAS NO GALL
  • Chapter WHY THE INDIANS WHIP THE BUFFALO-BERRIES FROM THE BUSHES
  • Chapter OLD-MAN AND THE FOX
  • Chapter WHY THE BIRCH-TREE WEARS THE SLASHES IN ITS BARK
  • Chapter MISTAKES OF OLD-MAN
  • Chapter HOW THE MAN FOUND HIS MATE
  • Chapter DREAMS
  • Chapter RETROSPECTION