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Native American Literature
Thousands of years ago Humans migrated from Northern Asia and gradually moved south and east in North and South America. They developed unique ways of farming, warfare, religion and living. Over the centuries they reached great heights of civilization in North, Central and South America. Starting with the contact with the Europeans and perhaps Asians, their civilizations and culture rapidly disappeared.
Native Americans US History Culture Glossary
Native Americans US History Culture World Literature Glossary
Online Books
Native Village Cambridge Companion Handbook of NA literature
Storytellers Electronic Text Center The Invention of NA. Lit.
American Indian Literature Indigenous Peoples Literature
Native American Books The Native American in N.American Literature
Folklore
Indian Legends Native American Stories First People Legends  
Mythology
Tales of the North American Indians by S. Thompson
The Myths of the New World a Treatise on the Symbolism and Mythology of the Red Face of America.
Aadizookaan Traditional Stories Legends and Myths