Myths and Tales from the San Carlos Apache

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Myths and Tales from the San Carlos Apache  (1918) 
by Pliny Earle Goddard
  1. Front matter (finished)
  2. Introduction (finished)
  3. Contents
  4. Creation Myth (First Version)
  5. Creation Myth (Second Version)
  6. Naiyenezgani
  7. Securing Fire (First Version)
  8. Securing Fire (Second Version)
  9. The Winning of Daylight (First Version)
  10. The Winning of Daylight (Second Version)
  11. Origin of the Clans
  12. The Development of Apache Culture
  13. The Deer Woman
  14. Songs of the Deer Ceremony
  15. Prayers for Hunting Deer
  16. The Snake Ceremony
  17. Panther and Coyote
  18. The Sisters are lured by a Flute (First Version)
  19. The Sisters are lured by a Flute (Second Version)
  20. Coyote and the Jack-Rabbit People
  21. Coyote's Eyes
  22. Tar Baby
  23. Sack and Pot as Man and Wife
  24. The Loaf, the Cloth, and the Hide
  25. The Good and the Bad Brother
  26. Magic Flight
  27. Bibliography

Front matter[edit]

ANTHROPOLOGICAL PAPERS
OF
THE AMERICAN MUSEUM
OF NATURAL HISTORY
VOL. XXIV, PART I

MYTHS AND TALES FROM THE SAN CARLOS APACHE

BY

PLINY EARLE GODDARD



THE
AMERICAN MUSEUM
OF
NATURAL HISTORY
SCIENCE EDUCATION


NEW YORK
PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES
1918


This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1928, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.