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Compiled by the Federal Writers' Project in Nebraska
"These Indian tales are reproduced as a result of reconstruction and piecing together. Elderly Indians and early residents, scattered over the State, furnished from their memories the titles and fragments of the stories. A great many other stories exist as titles only, and some others too fragmentary to piece out. Those included in this pamphlet appear to be among the commonest or most generally known and are here reproduced by correlating versions of the same story from different sources. They are not offered as newly found versions of old tales."
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Special Collections GR110.N2 F4 no.12
Federal Writers' Project in Nebraska
folklore, Federal Writers' Project, Pawnee Nation, legends
American Studies | Native American Studies
Federal Writers' Project, "Indian Ghost Legends - Nebraska Folklore" (1937). Special Collections. 20.