September 25, 2015
Two young men were living together. One day one of them heard his comrade chopping outside the lodge.
He saw that the other man was sharpening his leg to a point, after having chopped off his feet. He was frightened and fled, running for a night and a day.
February 12, 2015
I have heard it told on the Cheyenne Reservation in Montana and the Seminole camps in the Florida Everglades, I have heard it from the Eskimos north of the Arctic Circle and the Indians south of the equator. The legend of the flood is the most universal of all legends. It is told in Asia, Africa, and Europe, in North America and the South Pacific. This is one of fifteen native American legends that tell about the great flood.
May 9, 2006
AUTHOR: Cheyenne Legend, Myth, Oral Story When the world was created Death did not occur. The Earth became so overcrowded that eventually there wasn’t room for any more beings.
September 21, 2005
As told by members of the Strange Owl family on the Lame Deer Indian Reservation, Montana, 1967, recorded by Richard Erdoes. A long time ago the people had no laws, no rules of behavior- they hardly knew enough to survive. And they did shameful things out of ignorance, because they didn’t understand how to live. […]