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Folk-tales of Salishan and Sahaptin tribes

Title Folk-tales of Salishan and Sahaptin tribes
Author: Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
Contents: Ethnologist Franz Boas edited this collection of folktales from the Interior Salishan tribes.
Publication Information: Lancaster, Pa., and New York : American Folk-Lore Society, 1917
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Folk-Tales of the Salishan Tribes: I. Thompson Tales, by James A. Teit - DJVU | PDF
II. Okanagon Tales, by James A. Teit - DJVU | PDF
III. Okanagon Tales, by Marian K. Gould - DJVU | PDF
IV. Sanpoil Tales, by Marian K. Gould - DJVU | PDF
V. Pend d'Oreille Tales, by James A. Teit (Told by Michel Revais) - DJVU | PDF
VI. Coeur d'Alene Tales, by James A. Teit - DJVU | PDF
VII. Tales from the Lower Fraser River, by James A. Teit - DJVU | PDF
Folk-Tales of Sahaptin Tribes: VIII. Sahaptin Tales, by Livingston Farrand, edited by Theresa Mayer - DJVU | PDF
IX. Nez Perce Tales, by Herbert J. Spinden - DJVU | PDF
Subscribers to the Publication Fund of the American Folk-Lore Society - DJVU | PDF
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