#freebooks – Myths of the Cherokee by James Mooney and Adam Bowman

Myths of the Cherokee by [Mooney, James, Bowman, Adam]


Myths of the Cherokee as recorded by James Mooney in 1902. James Mooney was an ethnographer who lived with the Cherokee people for several years, getting to know their customs and traditions. This book contains an extract from his original work, edited to be easier to read and understand, while preserving the majority of the original text.

Included are the ancient myths of the Cherokee people, including origination stories, wonder stories, legends, traditions, and animal fables. Morals and warnings are around every turn of the page, instilling ancient wisdom to every reader.

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