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Title Arapaho stories, songs, and prayers : a bilingual anthology / Andrew Cowell, Alonzo Moss, Sr., and William J. C'Hair.
Imprint Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [2014]

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Description 1 online resource (x, 560 pages)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
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Subject Arapaho Indians -- Folklore.
Arapaho language -- Texts.
Arapaho mythology.
Arapaho Indians -- Songs and music -- Texts.
Arapaho Indians -- Prayers and devotions.
Genre Folklore.
Music -- Texts.
Prayers and devotions.
Texts.
Contents Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Arapaho Orthography and Pronunciation; Introduction; Part I. Creation Accounts and Etiological Narratives; Chapter 1. The Turtle Fetches Up the Earth from the Bottom of the Waters, teller unknown; Chapter 2. The Creation of the Earth, by White Breast; Chapter 3. The Myth of the Milky Way, teller unknown; Chapter 4. Yellow Bull Races the Horse, teller unknown; Chapter 5. The Arapaho Migration across the Missouri River to the ..., by Jesse Rowlodge; Chapter 6. Naming the Earth, teller unknown; Part II. Trickster (Nih'oo3oo/"White Man") Stories.
The Sun Dance CycleChapter 7. When Nih'oo3oo Witnessed the Sun Dance, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 8. Nih'oo3oo and the Elk Head, by John Goggles; Chapter 9. Nih'oo3oo and the Burrs, by John Goggles; Chapter 10. Nih'oo3oo Cuts His Hair, by Cleaver Warden; Other Trickster Stories; Chapter 11. Nih'oo3oo and the Plums, teller unknown; Chapter 12. Nih'oo3oo and the Elk, by Benejah Miles; Chapter 13. Pemmican Floating Downstream, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 14. Nih'oo3oo Pursued by the Rolling Skull, by Philip Rapid/Rabbit; Chapter 16. Nih'oo3oo and the Deer Women, by Cleaver Warden.
Chapter 16. Nih'oo3oo and Whirlwind Woman, teller unknownChapter 17. Nih'oo3oo and the Ducks, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 18. Nih'oo3oo and the Dancing Ducks, by Phillip Rapid/Rabbit; Chapter 19. Nih'oo3oo and the Ducks, by John Goggles; Chapter 20. Nih'oo3oo and the Bears, by Benejah Miles; Chapter 21. Nih'oo3oo Sharpens His Leg and Dives on the Ice, by Philip Rapid/Rabbit; Chapter 22. Nih'oo3oo and the Coyote, by Philip Rapid/Rabbit; Chapter 23. Nih'oo3oo Sends His Penis across the River, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 24. The Origin of Death, teller unknown.
Chapter 25. Nih'oo3oo Loses His Eyes, teller unknownChapter 26. Nih'oo3oo and the Man Who Dove through the Ice, by John Goggles; Chapter 27. Nih'oo3oo Arrives for a Visit, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 28. Nih'oo3oo and the Seven Sisters, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 29. One-Eyed Sioux and His Mother-in-Law, by Cleaver Warden; Part III. Legends/Myths; Chapter 30. Lime Crazy, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 31. The White Crow, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 32. The White Dog and the Woman, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 33. The Alligators, teller unknown; Chapter 34. Open Brain or Tangled Hair, by Caspar Edson.
Chapter 35. Found-in-the-Grass, by John GogglesChapter 36. The Cannibal Boy, by Little Shield ; Chapter 37. The Beheaded Ones, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 38. The Man Who Turned into a Spring, by Cleaver Warden; Chapter 39. The Woman and the Porcupine, by John Goggles; Chapter 40. The Porcupine and the Woman Who Climbed to the Sky, by Philip Rapid/Rabbit; Chapter 41. The Man Who Sharpened His Foot, by Philip Rapid/Rabbit; Chapter 42. The Midgets, teller unknown; Chapter 43. The Little People, by (Alexander?) Yellow Man; Chapter 44. The Girl Who Became a Bear, by Philip Rapid/Rabbit.
Other Author Moss, Alonzo, Sr.
C'Hair, William J.
Other Title Print version: Cowell, Andrew, 1963- Arapaho stories, songs, and prayers 9780806144863