5 edition of Wild drums: tales and legends of the Plains Indians found in the catalog.
Wild drums: tales and legends of the Plains Indians
|Statement||[by] Alex Grisdale as told to Nan Shipley. Ill. by Jim Ellis.|
|LC Classifications||E78.G73 G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 78 p.|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||74161088|
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Wild Drums / Tales and Legends of the Plains Indians as Told to Nan ShipleyPrice: $ Wild drums: Tales and legends of the Plains Indians: Grisdale, Alex: Books - or: Alex Grisdale. Genre/Form: Folklore: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grisdale, Alex.
Wild drums: tales and legends of the Plains Indians. Winnipeg, Peguis Publishers, ©English, Book, Illustrated edition: Wild drums: tales and legends of the Plains Indians / [by] Alex Grisdale as told to Nan Shipley.
Ill. by Jim Ellis. Ill. by Jim Ellis. Grisdale, Alex. "The Talking Stone," from Wild Drums: Tales and Legends of the Plains Indians, by Alex Grisdale, Winnipeg: Peguis Publishers, Source: Wild drums: tales and legends of the Plains Indians Alex Grisdale as told to Nan Shipley.
Ill. by Jim Ellis -- Winnipeg: Peguis Publishers, c -- vii, 78 p.: ill., port.; 22 cm. -- ISBN Some tales appear similar but are attributed to an animal character with the name and attributes of a coyote. Under this name, he appears among the Crow, Nez Perce, and Shoshone, on the western fringe of the Plains, but rarely among the Pawnee, Arikara, and Dakota and practically never among the tribes designating him as human.
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