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Tales, African Negro, continued:

Nymo and Bat, 412.
Nymo and Hornbill, 410 (comp. note,),

411.
Nymo apportions, 409, 410.
Nymo seeks Wisdom, 416 (comp. notes),

417.
'Possum and Palm-Nut, 418.
Opportunity, 426.
Parable of the Bullock, 425, 426.
Playing Dead, comp. notes, 417.
Premature, 425.
Reputation, 413.
Sun and Moon, 423, 424.
The Death-Grin, 426.
The Good Child and the Bad, 406

(comp. note), 407.
The Origin of Death, 407, 408.
The Origin of Thunder and Lightning,

422, 423
The War-Palaver, 427.
The Wisdom of a Little Child, 425.
Tricky Hosts, 408, 409.
Turtle deceives Zoé, giving Leopard the

Blame for stealing Zoé's Daughter,

429, 430.
What happens to Wives when they think

more highly of anything else than of

their Husbands, 428, 429.
Why Cats kill Rats, 419, 420.
Why Death staid in the World, 408.
Why Frogs croak, 420.
Why One Grain of Rice no longer fills

the Pot, 422.
Why Pangolin dwells alone in the Forest,

comp. notes, 434.
Why People have Names, 422.
Why the Sheep are always found Guilty,

433, 434.
Young Okpweng learns Obedience at the

Cost of his Life, 435.
Tales (American Negro):
Big-'Fraid and Little- 'Fraid, 359 (comp.

notes), 360.
Black Cat and the Miller's Wife (vari-

ants), comp. notes, 391.
Buried Tail, 368.
Challenged to butt, 402.
Challenged to butt: Buried Tail: Playing

Poisoned, comp. note, 403.
Digdee Owl, 360.
Dilatory Buzzard, 374.
Dirt-Dauber, 362.
Does a Cow have Pigs? 358 (comp.

notes), 359.
Don't help the Bear, 360, 361.
Escape up the Tree, 399, 400.
Fatal Imitation, 401.
Fire Test: Mock Plea, comp. notes, 394.
Heaven Hot, Hell Cold, 374.
Hell in Heaven, 374.
How Duck saw Day, 362.
How Jack beat de Devil, comp. notes,

391.
In the Pea-Patch: Take my Place, 402.
In the Well, 394 (comp. note), 395.

Incriminating the Other Fellow, 366,

367.
Jonah, 371.
Master disguised, 362.
Mock Fire: Playing Poisoned, 403, 404.
Mr. Froggie went to ride (verse), 399.
Old Man on a Hunt, 398.
Out of her Skin, comp. notes, 363.
Rabbit seeks a Tail: Gives Himself

away, 404 (comp. notes), 405.
Racing a Ghost: Buried Treasure, 367

(comp. notes), 368.
Running Hand, 365.
Seeking the Lord, 369.
Take my Place, 400, 401.
Takes no Risk, 360.
The Blind Old Woman, 365.
The Deacon and his Son, 373, 374.
The Deer-Stalker, 370, 371 (comp. note).
The Diviner, comp. notes, 370.
The Girls who could not talk Proper, 369.
The Imitative Choir, 369.
The Little Girl and her Snake, comp.

notes, 373.
The Lord and Toby, 361 (comp. notes),

362.
The Lover warned 363.
The Murderous Mother, comp. notes,

364.
The Relay Race, comp. note, 394.
The Rich Old Man, 395 (comp. note),

396.
The Single Ball, 370.
The Tree closes, 400.
Three Legs, 404.
Three Sweethearts, comp. notes, 372.
Two Daddies, 372, 373.
Us, 364.
Where did Adam hide, 371, 372.
Who darkens that Hole? 371.
Who dives the Longest: Cartload of

fish, comp. notes, 395.
Witch-Cat, 364, 365.
Wolf's Tail to the Hungry Orphan, 361.
You ridin', you walkin'? 373.

Zip! Zip! 365.
Tales (French-Canadian):

La fée de la mer verte, 90-97.
La petite souris et le petit charbon de

feu, 110-112.
La princesse du Tomboso, 112-116.
La tête, 117–123.
Le bâton d'or, 163, 164.
Le coffre de fer, 107–110.
Le grand sultan, 123-149.
Le petit charbon et la petite souris, 112.
Le petit jardinier, 97-101.
Le royaume sous l'eau, 101-107.
Le ruban bleu, 149-161.
Le spectre, 165-167.
Les bossus, 161-163.

Robert et son sac, 164, 165.
Tales (Nootka):

A Flood Legend, 352-355.
A Flood Legend of the Nootka Indians

of Vancouver Island, 351-355.

222.

Tales (Plains Ojibwa):

End of Nänibozhu, 290.
First-Born (Mutcikiwis), 293–295.
Nänibozhu and the Buzzard, 281, 282.
Nänibozhu and the Cranberries, 281.
Nänibozhu and Rabbit, 283.
Nänibozhu and the Shut-Eyed Dance,

280, 281.
Nänibozhu and the Tree-Holders, 288,

289.
Nänibozhu and the Windigo, 290.
Nänibozhu and the Winged Startlers, 281.
Nänibozhu and the Wolves, 283, 284.
Nänibozhu as Duped Diver, 281.
Nänibozhu deceives the Buffaloes, 291.
Nänibozhu is fooled by the Rushes, 289.
Nänibozhu slays Toad-Woman, 285-288.
Nänibozhu turns a Man to Stone, 291.
Origin of the Nibiked, 290, 291.
Raccoon and Crawfish, 292.
Tales of the Culture-Hero, 280-291.
The Death of the Wolf, 284, 285.
The Magic Flight, 291, 292.
Turtle's War-Party, 295–297.
Vagina Dentata, 297, 298.
War-Club Owner (Wämiskopogämagûn),

298–305.
Wenibozo and the Buzzard, 282.
Tales (Quileute):

Duskeah, 255, 256.
Klēětcēlus, 257.
Kweeti, 251-255.
Kweeti and the Wolves, 253, 254.
Raven and Deer, 271, 272.
Raven invites the Supernatural Beings,

261.
The Abalone, 261
The Bungling Host, 259–261.
The Children of the Dog, 272-274.
The Lazy Boy who became a Whaler, 257,

258.
The Origin of the Elks, 258, 259.
The Origin of North Wind and South

Wind, 269–271.
Origin of the Sun, 254–255.
The Seal-Hunters, 266-268.
The Shark, 274–276.
The Star Husbands (the War on the Sky;

The Origin of Fire), 264–266.
The Thunder, 262–264.
The Wife of the Dead Warrior, 268, 269.
War between the Quileute and Ozette,

276–279.
Tales (Sinkyone):

Coyote and the Mouse-Girls, 347, 348.
Grizzly-Bear and Deer, 349–351.
Mink and Cloud-Woman, 347.
Origin of Daylight, 346, 347.
Origin of Fire, 347.
Spider-Man, 349.
The Flood, 347.
Treachery of old man toward son, and

departure with dentalia, 348.
Why deer are wild, 346.
Why people who die never come back,

346.

Why the mole has hands that are turned

backward, 349.
Tales (Tahltan):

Atsentmā', or the Meat-Mother, 230, 231.
Bald-Headed Eagle and the Iron Tree,

242.
Beaver and Muskrat, 243.
Cannibal-Wolverene and the Fog-Man,

246, 247.
Earth-Mother (Netce'nsta), 227.
Earth-Mother and Sun-Father, 227.
Meat-Mother and the Caribou and

Moose, 231, 232.
Mosquito and Woodworm, 243.
Origin of Daylight, 204, 205.
Origin of Fresh Water, 201–203.
Origin of Laziness, 238, 239.
Origin of the Death-Chant, 239.
Origin of the Feast for the Dead, 238.
Origin of Olachen, 203, 204.
Origin of the Tides, 201.
Origin of the Toad Crest of the Katce'de,

237, 238.
Origin Tradition of the Tahltan, 234.
Raven and Bear-Man, 220, 221.
Raven and his Blanket, 223, 224.
Raven and Crow, 222, 223.
Raven and E'dista or Big-Toad, 221,
Raven and the Ghosts, 225, 226.
Raven and Grizzly Bear, 208.
Raven and the Haida, 213.
Raven and Kanu'gu, 212, 213.
Raven and Porcupine make the Seasons,

226.
Raven and Rabbit-Man, 222.
Raven and the Salmon, 205, 206.
Raven and his Sister, 210.
Raven ballasts the Earth, 219.
Raven considers how to provide for the

People, 216.
Raven creates Bear, 220.
Raven creates the Salmon, and teaches

People how to preserve them, 206.
Raven curtails the Powers of Game, 216,

217.
Raven in the Country of the Tahltan,

211, 212.
Raven institutes Birth and Death, 206,

207.
Raven institutes the Kuwega'n Cere-

monies, 213-215.
Raven kills Pitch-Man, 210.
Raven loses his Nose, 224, 225.
Raven makes Lakes, 219, 220.
Raven makes Mud, 220.
Raven makes the Wolf Women Good-

looking, 215, 216
Raven paints the Birds, 208.
Raven paints his Men for War, 208, 209.
Raven steals Fire, 218, 219.
Raven tries to marry a Princess, 210,

211.
Sa'kesada, or the Moon-Boy, 229.
Story of Ca'kina, 244–246.
Story of the Dipper Stars, 228, 229.

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Tales (Tahltan), continued:

Story of the Sun, 227, 228.
Story of the Tagish Man; or, Origin of

the Killer-Whale Crest of the Nanaa'i,

235-237.
Story of Tenqalati'ya, 241, 242.
The Bad Dog, 243, 244.
The Birth of Raven, 199, 200.
The Dog, 243
The Four Ghost-Brothers; or, The

Origin of Cremation, 239–241.
The Great Flood, 232–234.
The Milky Way, 229.
The Origin of Birth and Death, 216.
The Raven Cycle, 198–226.
The Tree eats the Bear, 209, 210.
The Warm and Cold Winds People, 230.
The Wolf-Dog, 248–250.
War among the Fishes, 242.
Wolverene and the Brothers, 248.
Xe'nda; or, The Man whom the Wolves

helped, 250.
Tāxtlowe'de, name of Wolf phratry of

Tahltan, derivation of, 207.
Teit, James A., Tahltan Tales, 198–250.
Tenqalati'ya ("goats painted"), one of

the southern head waters of the

Stikine River, 241.
(said to mean "walked on arrow"), 242.
Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the American

Folk-Lore Society, 343-345.
Thunder-Bird, mountain on which the, is

supposed to dwell, 353.
Tison, J.-B.-A., 2, 4, 9, 71, 74, 83.
Toads, spirits in form of, kept by witch in

her house, 468, 469.
Toasts and Other Verses, Southern, 375,

376.
Tozzer, Alfred M., report of Treasurer of

the American Folk-Lore Society, 343,

344.
Tradition, origin, of the Tahltan, lacking

in mythological incidents, 234.
Treasure, power to discover lost, 468.
Tremblay, Malvina, Contes de Chicoutimi

et de la Malbaie, 101-112.
Tremblay, Marcel, 112, 161, pl. 3 (fol.

184).
Tremblay, Marie, 164.
Tremblay, Mme Octave, 101, 107.
Trials, accounts of celebrated, in Lancashire

witch plays, 484.
witch, 447, 469, 470, 474.

in Lancashire, plays based on, 483.
Tribes or peoples:

Acadians, 186.
African, 378.

· Baronga, 397.
Boers, 188.

Bulu, 428-437.
Bûngi, 297
Fan, 429, 430.

Negro, of Liberia, 406-427.
- Zulu, 188.
Algonkin, 292, 445.
Athapascan, 348.

Athapascan, Sinkyone, 346–351.

Tahltan, 211.
Cherokee (North Carolina), 384-393.
Chippewa, 523, 524, 533, 535.
Coast Salish, 199.
"Croatan,” 385, 386.
Dutch, 188.
Eskimo, 188.
French, 188.
- of Detroit River, 186.
- of Louisiana, 186.

- of New England, 187.
French-Canadians, 186.
Geechee, 378, 441, 442.
German, 187, 188, 191.
German-Canadian, 187.
Guamachuco, 446.
Haida, 199, 213.
Hupa, 346.
Irish, 189.
Iroquois, 445, 446.
Ji'baros, 446.
Karok, 348.
Kaska, 199, 250.
Kwakiutl, 199.
Kwēstsůx ("made of dirt ") Indians, 251.
Makah, 278.
Malay of Sumatra, 306.
Menominee, 285, 290, 297.
Mexicans, 187.
Nass, 234.
Negroes, American, 188, 386, 390,

394-401, 443, 444, 492, 505-520.
- of Bahama Islands, 439-441.
of Jamaica, 441.

Portuguese, from Cape Verde Islands,
397.
- West Indian, 444.
Neo-American, 185.
Nootka of Vancouver Island, 351-355.
Ojibwa, 280-305, 446.
Ozette, 276-279.
Quileute, 251-279.
Russian, 188.
Salish, 218, 227.
Seneca, 445.
Sinkyone, 346-351.
Sioux, Teton, 196, 523-535.
Spanish, 185-188.
Tagish (Tahltan), 234-237.
Tahltan, 198–250.
Tlingit, 198, 199, 201, 213, 234-237.
Ts'ets'ā'ut, 221.
Tsimshian, 213.
Ts'isha'ath (from island in Barclay

Sound), 352.
Tupi, 446.
Wyandot, 445.
Wailaki, 346.
West Indian, 442, 443.

Yurok, 348.
Tritheim, 459, 460.

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Uther Pendragon, 454, 456.

“Valiant Welshman, The," 482.

Vancouver Island, inhabitants of west Whale, humpbacked, distinctive property
coast of, 351.

of the Nootka chief, 352.
Van Doren, Carl, Some Play-Party Songs Wilson, John, “Belphegor," 467.
from Eastern Illinois, 486-496.

"Cheats," 481.
Van Doren, C. L., 487.

Wisconsin, old-time songs in, 189.
Varuna, god of justice and punishment, “Wisdom of Doctor Dodypoll,” group of
340, 341.

fairies presented in, 450, 451.
Vassar College, research professorship in "Wise men," 468, 480.
folk-lore at, 444.

"Wise Woman of Hogsdon," 468, 478, 481.
Violin, primitive, 328, 330.

wise woman, difference between, and witch,
Violoncello, 328.

468.
Virginia, folk-tales from, 357–362.

women, 448, 467, 468, 472, 473, 477.
Vogue, establishment of dramatic, 463. - in early English plays usually bor-
extended, for magician, 465.

rowed from other literatures, 485.
of all Elizabethan plays, 485.

"Witch of Edmonton, The," 484.
of fairy plays, strong in late 16th century, "Witch of Islington, The," 482.
484.

Witchcraft and Magic in the Elizabethan
"Vortigern," 455, 456.

Drama, 447-485.

Witches, 467, 477.
Walker, H. S., statement of, about John in early English plays usually borrowed
Hardy, 510.

from other literatures, 485.
Wardle, H. Newell, Note on the Ground "Witches' Sabbaths," belief in, 469.

Hog Myth and its origin, 521, 522. Wolf phratry of the Tahltan, origin of
Washington, French settlements in, 186.

name of, 207.
Waxen image, conjuring by means of, 472, Wolf-Priests, ancient festival presided
478, 479.

over by, 522.
Webster, beginning of stage career of, Wooden image, dancing, 329.
478, 479.

Work, Monroe N., 397, 402.
West Virginia, modern ballad "John Geechee and Other Proverbs, 441, 442.
Hardy" originated in, 505.

Wuttke, A., on Candlemas Day, 521.
some old songs from, 497-504.

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