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Coyote Stories of the Montana Salish Indians

Book Coyote Stories of the Montana Salish Indians

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- By: Montana Historical Society Press(Author)
- Language: English
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:64
- Publisher: Montana Historical Society Press; 1st edition (January 1, 1999)
- Bestsellers rank: 8
- Category: Children's Books
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Three Coyote tales¿"Coyote Gets Lovesick," "Coyote and Raven," and "Coyote's Dry Meat Turns into Live Deer"¿are told and illustrated by members of the Salish Indian tribe. The tribe historically lived in the mountains and plains of Montana and now makes its home on the Flathead Indian Reservation in northwestern Montana. The Salish have long taught their youth through stories, including stories about Coyote the Trickster. Illustrated with pen-and-ink drawings, and written at a fourth grade reading level, these ancient Coyote stories are now available to a new generation of children everywhere.

Co-published with Salish Kootenai College Press


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  • By Guest on March 3, 2016

    Coyote stories are a part of most tribal cultures, but each tribe uses Coyote for different purposes in explaining how things happen and work.

  • By Mary Charlo on October 24, 2013

    It was a gift for my husband, and he was hoping it would have more stories in it, but enjoyed the ones that were.

  • By B. A. Mohr on July 29, 2008

    Wonderful book for a lovely little native American Girl who needed to experience the great pride of her history, which is being lost too quickly in thee American melting pot.


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