Birch Bark Legends of Niagara

A Story of the Lunar-Bow; (Which Brilliantly Adorns Niagara Falls by Moonlight), or, Origin of the Totem of the Wolf

Author: Owahyah
Language: English
Wordcount: 11,274 / 39 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 70.5
LoC Category: AG
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Genres: Reference, History, Myth
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en? Let my children speak, their father will listen."

With the last words all excitement seemed to pass from him, and the face of Great Oak assumed that immovable expression which rendered it so impossible to surmise what really were his thoughts or wishes. The murmuring wails of the women in remembrance of War-Eagle and the threatening tomahawks that were shaken at the prisoners, all ceased as slowly the first Chief again rose to speak.

"Let our brother, the young brave who followed where War Eagle led, and returned with prisoners and trophies to appease his mourning people--let the Black Snake speak, that we may know how to counsel our father."

[Illustration: BLACK SNAKE.]

The eyes of the young warrior thus alluded to flashed with fierce delight--his nostrils dilated with strong emotion. Passing with a haughty stride in front of the Chiefs, displaying to all the bloody trophies at his side, without dignity or feeling, but in an excited, vindictive manner, he gave an exaggerated account of the fo

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