Folklore of the Anishinabe tribes: Ojibwe (Ojibway) or Chippewa, Algonquin, and Ottawa.

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The Ghost Woman and Heavy Collar of the Bloods
The Ghost Woman and Heavy Collar of the Bloods
How Dogs Came to the Indians
An Ojibwa legend, explaining how dogs came to man.
Nanabush Stories and other Ottawa Legends
Index of Ottawa Indian legends, folktales, and mythology. Including definitions of Nanabush, Gchi Mnidoo, Nookmis, and the Windigo.
Ojibwe Oral Tradition
Seventeen traditional stories from the Chippewa tribe.
Ottawa story of the Union of Corn and Bean
An Anishinabe (Ottawa, Ojibwe, Chippewa) tale of why corn and bean plants are always planted together. This story involves the squash maiden, bean maiden and corn.
Tales of the North American Indians
A collection of Northern Tribe folklore including Manabozho (the trickster) and the Other World.
Turtle gets a Shell
The Anishinabe tale of how the turtle got its shell.
Windigo: from Canadian (Ojibway) Folklore
A retelling of a classic encounter with a windigo.
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