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Son of Raven, Son of Deer

Son of Raven, Son of Deer

    (Due to the fact that the back cover of this book is blank we offer a small segment of the introduction as written by the author.)

    This series of Indian folklore tales will not be just another attempt to portray the past and the sometimes romantic aspects of a nearly forgotten culture of a once carefree, happy, singing people.  Instead, it will be an attempt to approach from the back door, as it were, to an apparently rich and cultured society.  The series will endeavour to reach the more sensitive, the more sympathetic and the more reasoning segment of the non-Indians, who may have some willingness to study and understand the culture of the true Indian, whose mind was imaginative, romantic and resourceful....

    ...Quaint folklore takes were used widely to teach the young the many wonders of nature; the importance of all living things, no matter how small and insignificant; and particularly to acquaint him with the closeness of man to all animal, bird life and the creatures of the sea.  The you  were taught through the medium of the tales that there was a place in the sum for all living things....

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