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This item contains 8 references.
1W. H. Mechling, Malecite Tales
2This reference contains 2 citations:
- F. Boas, Development of Folk Tales and Myths (Scientific Monthly, October, 1916)
- Introduction to the Traditions of the Thompson River Indians (MAFLS 7 ).
1This reference contains 3 citations:
- W. H. Mechling, Malecite Tales (Memoir 49, Anthropological Series, No. 4, Geological Survey of Canada, p. I)
- E. Jack, Maleseet Legends (JAFL 8 : 194)
- op. cit., pp. 45 and 49
1This reference contains 5 citations:
- op. cit., pp. 6-7)
- op. cit., pp. 46 and 53-54
- H. Stamp (JAFL 28 : 247) provides another variant, with Aza (John) as the hero
- S. T. Rand, Legends of the Micmacs (p. 68)
- C. G. Leland, Algonquin Legends of New England, pp. 114-II9
1op. cit., p. 61) for a similar idea in a broken version, where Fisher divides a snake's head, and again (p. 77) where Partridge divides a moose-head.
2G. E. Laidlow, Ojibwa Myths and Tales [Annual Archeological Report of Ontario, 1915, p. 73])
1Elsie Clews Parsons (MAFLS 13 : 92, note 2)
1This reference contains 2 citations:
- C.-M. Barbeau, "Contes pupulaires Canadiens " (JAFL 29 : 101)
- A. M. Espinosa, "Comparative Notes on New-Mexican and Mexican Spanish Folk-Tales" (JAFL 27 221)