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Incidents and objects in myth, continued:

snipe, 219.
Sno-Nysoa ("God the Creator"), 407,

408.
- gives to each of his sons a necklace of

leopard-teeth, 407.
snowshoes, 228, 229.
— with ice-creepers, for climbing, 235.
- Tahltan learn how to make, 250.
soldiers, army of little tortoises as, 296.
son tries to kill his own father, 348.
song, ceremonial, given by the abalone,

261.
- of supernatural beings, 261.
soothsayers, 329, 426.
sorcerer helps poor boy, 93.
soul of wooden image, brothers meditate

marrying, 328, 329.
souls of four dead brothers reborn to

their married sisters, 240.
south, 295.
- Dipper thrown to, 205.
Sparrow wishes to visit Eagle, but must

first drink a pot of palm-wine, 419.
sparrows, rice-birds not as numerous as,

417.
spear for catching whales, 274.

shark, Kweeti makes, 252.
spear-head, Raven steals, from ghosts,

225.
spears, birds armed with, 209.
Spider keeps fire inside of himself, 347.
- man from heaven, visits girl and takes

her home with him, 349.
spirit, black, divides himself into three

parts, 437.
-myth-person, 346.
spirits called on for help, 473.
spirit-world, trail to lower, 240.
spitting, 370.
spittle of girl falls on witch's staff, 406.
spring of water, animals go to hear

music, and begin to dance, 412, 413.
spurs, 391.
squirrel calls on fire to burn house, 410.

hunter transformed into, 294.
- rabbit borrows overcoat of, and kills

alligator, 404.
staff, girl carries, to river to wash, 406.
star husbands, comp. notes, 264.
startlers, winged, Nänibozhu asks, their

names, then defecates on them, comp.

note, 281.
starvation, 201, 217, 232, 243, 244, 248,

250.
step, learn the, 427,
sticks, bundle of, 406.
Stikine River, fish of, war against the

Taku River fish, 242.
stone hammer, 270.
stone, Beaver sharpens, to kill Kweeti,251.
- black, 298.

given to transformer by Wolf for a
pillow, 253
- transformations into, 211, 212, 257,

290, 291.

strings, snakes stretch, over world to

catch Nänibozhu, 285.
stump cut off, 301.

hollow, as a hiding-place, 246.

Nänibozhu transforms himself into,
284.
sugar as gift, 304.

and butter, tub of, 394.
suitors show skill, are found fault with
and sent off, except one, 419.

transformed into animals, 103-105.
sun and moon, 423.
supernatural beings invited to potlatch,
261.

spear Raven's daughter, 261.
sweat-bath with oil poured on hot stones

scalds captor of stolen wife, 303.
sweat-house, Raven invites South-Wind

to sweat with him, and asks him for

blankets to cover, comp. notes, 224.
sweethearts, three, comp. notes, 372.
sword, flaming, 342.

magic, kills by sight, 277, 278.

supernatural, of bone, 276.
table, 457.
taboo, divulging of, causes death, 437.
tail, long, given to rabbit, 404.
Taku River fish battle with the Stikine

River fish, 242.
tallow, 395.
tasks, impossible, set by king of animals,

415.
set by Bush-Doctor prove Nymo to
be sufficiently wise, 417.

by giant to get rid of step-son,
152, 153.
-- by witch as step-mother to get rid of

her step-son, 93, 94.
tattooing, 255, 256.
terrapin, 391.
- and deer race, 394.
test of wives by Gorilla and Chimpanzee,

428.
testicles, Turtle bites Otter's, 297.
tests of endurance and strength, 423.
theft of daylight, 205.
- of fire, 218.

of meat, 248.
- of sun, 255.
thief in vegetable garden, 400.
thimble, 293
thought-transference, 238.
thorn-bush springs up when needle is

thrown away, 291, 292.
thread, magic, 291.
Thunder, young man visits home of,

and marries Thunder's daughter, 262.
Thunder-Bird, mythological being, 351.
Thunderers, when Turtle hears, he lets

go of Otter's testicles, comp. note.

297.
tide, Devil-Fish calls, to come in quickly,

and drowns cannibal woman, 256.
tinder, 347.
Tlokwalat song given to man by the

abalone, 261.

Incidents and objects in myth, continued:
toad monsters that eat people and ani-

mals, comp. notes, 221.
Toad-Woman, Nänibozbu kills, 286.
tobacco, pipe of, 371.
tomahawk, 296.
tortoise, hard shell of, prevents leopard

from eating, 418.
- small, 295.
totem-poles, 213, 237.
trail of dead, 240.
transformation due to evil spell ended by

limbs of transformed person being cut

up, 147.
- of dogs into Indians, 252.

of people into fishes, in a magic town,
108, 109.

--- or objects into stone, 211, 212,
257, 290, 291.
- of suitors into animals or birds, 103-

105.
- of three princes into horses, 132.
- of witch into a mare, 106.
- of wolves into Indians, 251.
transformations of short duration, 135,

136, 140.
transformer and the wolves, comp.

notes, 253.
as shaman, 254.
- changes people into stone, some into

birds and other things, 257.
- gives people cedar-bark clothes, 257.

pursued by wolves, urinates and
makes lake, and escapes, comp. notes,
254.

relation of, to Woodpecker, comp.
notes, 253.
- transforms himself into male child,

and steals sun, 255.
trap refuses to release opossum because

latter refused to let palm-nut rest, 418.
traps, Turtle and Leopard set, 430, 431.
tree, adjap (Mimusaps jave, Lang. Eng.),
429, 430.

bear's head swells in, so he cannot
get it out, 400.
branches of, hold Nänibozhu tight,

288.
- dead, animals told to climb, and slide

down upon a rock, to relieve pain, 434.
eats bear, 209.
- engong (Trichoscypha sp.), laden with
fruit, 428, 429.

falls to pieces when woman motions
to it with her fist, 293.

gives birth, 216.
-hawk flies into, then swoops down on a

fowl, 432.
- heavy, Gorilla calls on fish and turtles

to help move, 409.
- increases in height, 287.
- iron, with knives as branches, 242.

Leopard climbs a, trying to imitate
Hawk, and comes to grief, 433.
- Nänibozhu converses with, 289.
olunga, laden with fruit, 428, 429.

trees and stumps invited to feast for

dead, 238.
- red-willow, 223.
Turtle and Leopard, 429.
- becomes rich at Leopard's cost, comp.
note, 431.

climbs tree, and discovers how
Pangolin overcomes all animals, 434.

deceives Leopard, and gets all his
food, 436.

Zoé as to who stole his youngest
daughter, 429, 430.

- see snapping-turtle.
turtles help move heavy tree, 409.
urine, Raven pours, over head of Kanu'-

gu, and then steals his water, 202.
- poured over head, causes temporary

blindness, 202.
vagina dentata, 297, 298.
vulture, bald-headed, offers to carry

tusk for Nymo, and then keeps it, 416.
war between birds and snakes, 418.
- between Quileute and Ozette, 276-279.
with the Sky people, 264 (comp.

notes), 265, 266.
War-Club Owner exhibits his magic
powers, 304.

for his good deeds, is rewarded
with wife, 305.

goes to the rescue of his brother's
stolen wife, 303.

hides by spring, and tells sister-
in-law how to escape from captivity
when she goes to draw water, 303.

smuggles away younger brother
to keep him from being killed by
witch, 298.

warns younger brother of hunch-
backs, 300, 302.
war-medicine, 427.
war-palaver, 427.
war-party of snapping-turtles, comp.

notes, 295.
war-song, Turtle sings, 295, 297.
wasps, 410.
water in kettle, man sucks up, from a
distance, 291.

rises to delay Nänibozhu in flight
from snakes, 286.

scattered all over the country, comp.
notes, 203

that leopard drinks runs through
holes bitten out by lion, 411.
- waste, from bath of Nymo, runs over

leopard, 411.
water-drum, Nänibozhu beats on, to call

men, 291.
Water people, boy forbidden to fish near
home of, 420.

son of, is asked to dry up river,
415.
weapons, best of, to fight monster, the

worst in appearance, 128, 129.
weasel (ermine), 213.

becomes wife of Raven, who rescues
her from drowning, 214.

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Incidents and objects in myth, continued:
weasel enters cannibal's anus and bites
his heart, 290.
(ermine) made a slave, 214.
rewarded by culture-hero for help in
killing cannibal, 290.
wedge, 270.
well, 395.
Wenibozo and buzzard, 282.
west, moon thrown to, 205.
- Turtle faces, to sing war-song, 295.
whale, hunting of, by Thunder and his

son-in-law, 262, 263.
- spearing of, by once lazy man, 257,

258.
- swallows Jonah, 371.
whale-bones, beach covered with, 274.
whales, spearing of, 274.
- the, mythological beings, 352.
- wolf who hunted, 253.
whip, 391.
white clay, leopard stops up holes in

body with, 412.
- hair (magic), 135.
- man rides a colored man as horse, 373.

sheet, 359.
wife, chief marries his twentieth, 426.
- faithless, 291.
- of man lives with their son as her

husband, 270.
- of youth stolen, 302.
- purchase-price for, 426.

stolen, dips up a hair-snake when
drawing water, which rescues her from

captivity, 303.
willow-grouse, Raven calls on, to bring

dish, 221.
wind-break transformed into long cliff

on Stikine River, 211, 212 (comp.

notes).
winds, Raven calls on, to blow, 223, 224.
wisdom, Nymo seeks, 413, 416 (comp.

notes).
- of a little child, 425.
- of a reply gains release of condemned

one, and a name for every man, 422.
wishing-hat, 458.
witch, helpful or benevolent, 99, 100,

117, 128.
— kills children as fast as born, 298.
- malevolent, 91, 108-110.
– transformed into a mare, 106.

transforms herself into a hare, 482.
- turns into a cat when she wants to

do kindness to children, 364.
witchcraft, 472, 473.
witch-doctor invites two little girls

home with her to spin cotton, 406.
— people consult, to settle dispute, 423.
witches that prowl by night in search of

clotted drops of blood, 337.
wives of Chimpanzee like fruit of a tree

better than their husband, 428.
- of Leopard go to live with Turtle, 431.
– stolen, freed and restored to husbands,

303.

wolf a fast runner, 279.
- and bear claim the same pigs, 358.

and fox, 394, 395.
and rabbit, 360, 395.

in love with the same one, 366.

steal a cow, 368, 403.
- drowned by horned snakes, 284.

eldest, called "younger brother"
(Wolf-Brother) by Nänibozhu, 283.

exchanges places with rabbit, 401,
402.
expires of old age, 288.
- is sent around the world to see how
big it is, 288.

phratry of the Tlingit and Tahltan,
235

Nanaa'i clan of, gets killer-whale
crest, 237.

restored to life when hide is blown
on, 287.
— tail of, gets a-fire, flies up chimney,
and drops in front of hungry boy, 361.

warned not to cross water, 284.
-young, and Nänibozhu, hunt together,
284.

— raised as a dog, comp. notes, 248.
wolverene, a cannibal, kills many men,

246.
escapes from pursuing brothers-in-law
over smooth ice, 248.

steals meat from his brothers-in-law,
comp. notes, 248.
- urinates and defecates on meat to
make it unfit to eat, 248.

wounded, revives when wife seizes
tight hold of him, dies when he throws

her off, 247.
wolves and transformer, comp. notes, 253.
- burned by elks, 259.
- changed into Indians at Quileuti, 251.
- eat Nänibozhu's venison except head,

289.
- help hunter XE'nda, comp. notes, 250.
invited to potlatch by elks, 258.
Nänibozhu goes to live with, 283.

take care of younger brother after
older one had lost him, 292.
woman gives birth to animals, 230, 231.
women not cut when giving birrh, comp.

notes, 207.
wood, pile of, falls down at door of

hunters' camp, 293.
- transformed into meat, 259.
woodchuck kicked to death by Näni-

bozhu, 287.
- people, Raven at village of, 206.

throws earth into Nänibozhu's eyes,

286, 287.
wooden image begins to dance when
music is played, 328.

comes to life, 328.
-- of hand-maiden of Indra, believed

to restore luck, 326, 327.
woodpecker flies out from armpit of

woman when tickled, and woman dies,
200.

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Incidents and objects in myth, continued: James I, King, attacks on, as persecutor
woodpecker tests Kweeti to find out if he of witches, defended by Kittredge,

were once his slave by making him 485.
laugh, comp. notes, 253.

death-penalty for witchcraft imposed in
to see if he is a chief by getting reign of, 470.
him to spit through the roof, comp. Jamestown, Va., Dutch and Scandinavian
notes, 253.

settlers likely to have left traces in
woodworm and mosquito, comp. notes, traditions of Indian populations, 188.
243.

"Jersey Dutch" once common idiom of
worm cuts hair of rolling skull, and it Dutch, English, German, and French
escapes from thorn-bush, 292.

settlers of New Jersey, 186.
wren sings, and shoots an arrow into the "Joan of Arc," in Shakespeare, 473, 474.
sky, 265.

"John Hardy," 505-520.
— takes off blanket and tries to string records of ballad of, 513.
bow, 264.

John Henry, identification of, with John
wrestling-match between frog and ele Hardy, 511.
phant, 420.

Johnson, R. L., statement of, concerning
XE'nda hunts caribou, 250.

John Hardy, 507-509.
Yakalis Creek, place where cannibal Joke, practical, 476.
woman cooked children, 256.

Jones, William, Ojibwa tales of, contrasted
yellow-jacket, 362.

with those collected by Curtin and
yew-wood, bow made of, 273.

Hewitt, 446.
youngest brother allowed to follow Jonson, Ben, 451, 452, 466, 467, 477-479,
natural bent toward music, 324.

481-483.
older brothers try to defraud, of
inheritance, 325.

Karsten's Myths of the Ji'baros, reviewed,
-- returns to parental roof, 329-331, 446.
334, 337.

Kātce'de, name of Raven phratry of the
-- seeks fortune in distant lands, 325. Tahltan, 207, 212, 223.
- of three brothers more daring, 127. people of Stikine River, 211.

more lucky and skilful than Kittredge, G. L., acknowledgment of aid
his elders, although despised, 124.

received from, 447.
youth advised by elder brother goes in cited, 454.
search of a bride, 300.

on authorship of "Misogonus," 471.
— falls in love with a corpse, 301.

on English witchcraft and James I, 470,
goes in search of stolen wife, 302.

475, 482, 485.
- refuses to eat because his elder brother Knight, Mr. and Mrs., 486.
has killed his wives, 300.

Kroeber, A. L., Sinkyone Tales, 346-351.
- takes wife to visit her parents, 304. Kru tales, 409-415 (5-12), 416 (14), 418-420
- weeps for his frog wives, 300.

(18–22), 420-421 (24–26), 422-423
wooes and wins celestial maiden, 338. (30), 424 (33), 425-426 (39-41), 427
Indian tribes. See Tribes.

(43).
Indians in Carolinas, number of, 385. Kubera, god of worldly indulgence, 342.
in North Carolina, preference of, to be Kuwega'n ceremonies, 213 (comp. notes).

classed as whites rather than Negroes, 215.
386.

Kyle, Ernest I., letter of, about John
Indra, thunderbolt of, 340.

Hardy, 506.
Ingersoll-Rand Company, letter from, in
regard to drills, 511.

Lambe, 468, 479.
Inheritance by matrilineal descent on west Landry, Hélène, 110.
coast of Sumatra, 307.

Larichelière, Mme, 2, 51, 75.
International School of Archæology and Larocque, E., 67.

Ethnology in Mexico, Spanish-Mexi “Lava Beds," 212, 239.
can materials collected under auspices Legault, Alfred, 4, 60, 68.
of, 193

Legault, Alphonse, 2, 4. 45.
Iroquois folk-lore, comparative study of, Legends, family, of the Nootka, 351, 352.
left to future student, 446.

Legerdemain, 467.
Italian influence on English drama, 471. Leopard's teeth among most highly valued
play featuring a witch or "wise woman," possessions of a man in Liberia, 407.
472.

Les remèdes d'autrefois, 176-178.

Level Mountain, B.C., 231.
Jackson, Elizabeth, trial of, 470.

Lilly, William, 456.
Jackson, G. P., American Indifference to Lions and other animals, forecasting of
Study of Folk-Lore, 438, 439.

events under veiled allegory of, 456.
Jacobs, Joseph, folk-lore in English Fairy Lockler, Will, last speaker of Cherokee
Tales of, 458.

language, 386.

Lockley, Claymiller, 384.
Louisiana, French settlers in, 186.
Love and Fortune, The Rare Triumphs

of," 463.
Lowie, R. H., Thirtieth Annual Meeting

of the American Folk-Lore Society,

343-345.
Lowrie, Henry Berry, famous outlaw in

South, 385, 386.
Lumber River, North Carolina, canoe-

camp on, 384.
Lyly, John, first important English dram-

atist to use fairies as a theatric device,

448.
"Gallathea," 454.
“Mother Bombie," 472, 473, 478.
play formerly ascribed to, 451, 465.

McAtee, Mrs., 498, 499, 504.
“Macbeth," witchcraft scenes in, 482.
McCorkle, W. A., letter of, about John

Hardy, 505, 506.
McMillan, Ham, 385, 386.
Madness assumed as “possession" by the

Elizabethan, 476.
Magic circle, drawer of a, hung, 468.
Magic in the Elizabethan drama, 447-485.
Magician, court, 456.
Magicians, female, 465.
in plays of the romance type, 448, 453–

458.
mediæval, 459, 461, 464.
practising, in time of Elizabeth, 458-466.

— motive of, initiated by Marlowe, 485.
Mailloux, Joseph, 112, 117, 163, 165,

pl. 2 (following 184).
Malvolio, character in “Twelfth Night,"

476, 481.
Mandingo tale, 422 (29).
Maniju, lake of, 306, 318, 319.
Manitoba, French settlements in, 186.

Plains Ojibwa tales collected in, 280.
Manners in Charleston, S.C., 378.
Marlowe, Christopher, "Doctor Faustus"

of, 448, 449, 461, 462.
Marston, John, beginning of dramatic

career of, 478, 479.
"Sophonisba," 482.
Mason, J. Alden, collection of Porto Rican

folk-lore by, 193.
Masque, the, 451, 452, 485.

The Fortunate Isles," 466.
Masque-like court drama long prior to

Faustus, 463.
Massicotte, E.-Z., biography of, 3, 4.
Massicotte, E.-Z. (collector), Chants popu-

laires du Canada (Première série),

1-89.
Croyances et dictons populaires des

environs de Trois-Rivières (Canada),

168–175.
Les remèdes d'autrefois, 176-178.
Matte, A., 89.
Maudlin, witch who transforms herself

into a hare, 482.
May, Thomas, "Antigone," 483.

Mayer, Theresa (ed.), Quileute Tales,

251-279.
Medical quackery, 459, 461, 468, 471, 479.
“Menaechmi," 475.
Mephistopheles, 466.
Merlin, 454-457.
"Merry Devil of Edmonton, The," 463.
“Merry Wives of Windsor," pseudo-fairy

scene in, 449.
Metals, transmutation of, 479.
"Metric pattern" suggested to be sub-

stituted for “metric unit" in primitive

music, 526.
Michigan, old-time songs in, 189.
Middle Ages, practising magicians of, 459,

461, 464.
Middleton, Thomas, beginning of stage

career of, 478, 479.
contrasted with Marlowe, 461.
earlier forms of plays credited to, 456.
"Mad World, My Masters," 482.
"Mayor of Queenborough," 455.

"Witch," 483.
"Midsummer Night's Dream," 449, 450.
Midwifery, practice of, 468.
Minstrels, old, from West Virginia, 497.
Miracle play, old, performed at Christmas

in Mexico, 186.
"Misfortunes of Arthur, The," 455.
"Misogonus," play of unproved authorship,

471.
Mob, actions of, against Dr. John Dee, 460.
Month when people meet to ask questions

and riddles, 226.
Moon, lady of fecundity, 341.
Morin, Michel, obituary of, 183, 184.
Mother Bombie," character of, in Lyly's

play, seems to be a portrait, 473.
"Mother Redcap," 478.
“Mother Samuel," 474.
Mourning-songs, Tahltan, 239.
Mouth-harp, 497.
Munday, Anthony, 462, 463, 472.
Music, folk, recording of, important, 194,

196.
Indian, contribution to the study of, 523.
primitive, plea for accurate system of

notation of, 524.
publication of traditional, criticised, 196.
recording and transcribing of, 523, 525,

526.
special signs for, 14.
Music (notation):

Big eye, Brer Rabbit, etc., 358, 359.
Brer Rabbit is a tricky man, etc., 366,

367.
Buvons, chantons et rions bien, 62.
Carême et Mardi-gras, 32, 33.
Cartouche et Mandrin, 35. 36.
Cette aimable tourterelle, 45, 46.
Damon et Henriette, 15.
Dans les temps des fêtes, 65.
Ingrate beauté, insensible bergère, 46, 47.
Je ne veux pas me marier, 54.
Johnnie Collins, 500.
L'amour nous mène, 63.

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