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The Resource Far north tales : stories from the peoples of the Arctic circle, translated and retold by Bonnie C. Marshall ; edited by Kira Van Deusen

Far north tales : stories from the peoples of the Arctic circle, translated and retold by Bonnie C. Marshall ; edited by Kira Van Deusen

Label
Far north tales : stories from the peoples of the Arctic circle
Title
Far north tales
Title remainder
stories from the peoples of the Arctic circle
Statement of responsibility
translated and retold by Bonnie C. Marshall ; edited by Kira Van Deusen
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Marshall, Bonnie C
Dewey number
398.20911/3
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plates
Index
index present
LC call number
GR390
LC item number
.M37 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1946-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Van Deusen, Kira
Series statement
World folklore series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Tales
Label
Far north tales : stories from the peoples of the Arctic circle, translated and retold by Bonnie C. Marshall ; edited by Kira Van Deusen
Instantiates
Publication
Bar code
  • 31223096313664
  • 31223096313623
  • 31223096313649
  • 31223096313615
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Tales of daily life.
  • Granny Chachakan-Chachakan
  • The old man
  • Sergevan', the hunter
  • The old woman and the dwarfs
  • Two brothers
  • Oleshek, the deer with the golden antlers
  • The old woman and the singing fish
  • The creation of caribou
  • The ingrates
  • Yes', the sky god
  • Dawn
  • Sister sun and Brother moon
  • Hare rescues the sun
  • How reindeer reconciled Tui-niamy, Mother Fire and Mou-niamy, Mother Earth
  • Daughter of the moon and son of the sun
  • The star man
  • Creation stories and myths.
  • Sedna, the sea spirit
  • How the narwhal came to be
  • Raven steals the light of the sun, moon, and stars
  • The Kaska man who made whales
  • Wolverine and mink create Earth
  • How the seasons were created
  • Toy people
  • Someone else's Urasa
  • Raven and wolf
  • Tricksters and fools.
  • Kuikynniaku, the raven
  • Raven kills whale
  • The lynx who ate himself
  • The teals and the fox
  • Wolverine and the Brant
  • Twleve clever brothers
  • A tale about a silly old man
  • The cuckoo
  • The giant cannibal dog
  • Dog in search of a friend
  • Why rabbit has long ears
  • How mosquitoes came to be
  • Two brothers and a giant
  • Why raven's beak is crooked
  • The first tears
  • Guillemots
  • Beaver and porcupine
  • Legends and Pourquoi tales.
  • The woodpecker's reward
  • The origin of fog
  • The little warrior mouse
  • The origin of the Ptarmigan
  • Inukshuk
  • Toadman takes a wife
  • The stolen song
  • Raven and owl
  • The origin of Raven
  • The crane's father
  • Machenkat
  • Stories about animals and marriages with animals.
  • Who shall I be?
  • The woman who adopted a polar bear
  • The owl and the Siksik
  • The bold little mouse
  • The eagle and whale husbands
  • The man who married a seagull
  • The fox wife
  • Little Uniany
  • The shaman in the moon
  • Nanurluk, the polar bear
  • The old bachelor who flew through the air in a kayak
  • The jealous uncle
  • The shapeshifter
  • The black ewe and the blue reindeer
  • Anartq, the salmon boy
  • The jealous wife
  • The man who became a caribou
  • Spirits, shamans, and shapeshifters.
  • Tshakapesh, the moon spirit
  • Whirlwind's sister
  • Fart man
  • The forest spirit
  • The girl and the moon spirit
  • Fire spirit
  • Flying to the moon
  • Kagsagsuk, the boy with enormous nostrils
  • Heroes and heroines.
  • Bladder-head Boy battles
  • Yoma and the two sisters
  • The Chakhkli
  • The daughter of Old Kagèna
  • The evil old woman with the long nails
  • Kiviuq's eternal journey
  • Tayune and Kinak, the hill giant
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
l, 290 p., [8] p. of plates
Isbn
9781591587613
Lccn
2010044948
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.), map
System control number
  • 606787493
  • (OCoLC)606787493
Label
Far north tales : stories from the peoples of the Arctic circle, translated and retold by Bonnie C. Marshall ; edited by Kira Van Deusen
Publication
Bar code
  • 31223096313664
  • 31223096313623
  • 31223096313649
  • 31223096313615
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Tales of daily life.
  • Granny Chachakan-Chachakan
  • The old man
  • Sergevan', the hunter
  • The old woman and the dwarfs
  • Two brothers
  • Oleshek, the deer with the golden antlers
  • The old woman and the singing fish
  • The creation of caribou
  • The ingrates
  • Yes', the sky god
  • Dawn
  • Sister sun and Brother moon
  • Hare rescues the sun
  • How reindeer reconciled Tui-niamy, Mother Fire and Mou-niamy, Mother Earth
  • Daughter of the moon and son of the sun
  • The star man
  • Creation stories and myths.
  • Sedna, the sea spirit
  • How the narwhal came to be
  • Raven steals the light of the sun, moon, and stars
  • The Kaska man who made whales
  • Wolverine and mink create Earth
  • How the seasons were created
  • Toy people
  • Someone else's Urasa
  • Raven and wolf
  • Tricksters and fools.
  • Kuikynniaku, the raven
  • Raven kills whale
  • The lynx who ate himself
  • The teals and the fox
  • Wolverine and the Brant
  • Twleve clever brothers
  • A tale about a silly old man
  • The cuckoo
  • The giant cannibal dog
  • Dog in search of a friend
  • Why rabbit has long ears
  • How mosquitoes came to be
  • Two brothers and a giant
  • Why raven's beak is crooked
  • The first tears
  • Guillemots
  • Beaver and porcupine
  • Legends and Pourquoi tales.
  • The woodpecker's reward
  • The origin of fog
  • The little warrior mouse
  • The origin of the Ptarmigan
  • Inukshuk
  • Toadman takes a wife
  • The stolen song
  • Raven and owl
  • The origin of Raven
  • The crane's father
  • Machenkat
  • Stories about animals and marriages with animals.
  • Who shall I be?
  • The woman who adopted a polar bear
  • The owl and the Siksik
  • The bold little mouse
  • The eagle and whale husbands
  • The man who married a seagull
  • The fox wife
  • Little Uniany
  • The shaman in the moon
  • Nanurluk, the polar bear
  • The old bachelor who flew through the air in a kayak
  • The jealous uncle
  • The shapeshifter
  • The black ewe and the blue reindeer
  • Anartq, the salmon boy
  • The jealous wife
  • The man who became a caribou
  • Spirits, shamans, and shapeshifters.
  • Tshakapesh, the moon spirit
  • Whirlwind's sister
  • Fart man
  • The forest spirit
  • The girl and the moon spirit
  • Fire spirit
  • Flying to the moon
  • Kagsagsuk, the boy with enormous nostrils
  • Heroes and heroines.
  • Bladder-head Boy battles
  • Yoma and the two sisters
  • The Chakhkli
  • The daughter of Old Kagèna
  • The evil old woman with the long nails
  • Kiviuq's eternal journey
  • Tayune and Kinak, the hill giant
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
l, 290 p., [8] p. of plates
Isbn
9781591587613
Lccn
2010044948
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.), map
System control number
  • 606787493
  • (OCoLC)606787493

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