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E d . ) Boni and Liveright. N. Y . 1918. p p . i-xxxii. / BRINTON, DANIEL GARRISON. Native American Poetry : Essays of an Americanist. McKay. Philadelphia. 1890. pp. 284-305. Poetical Literature : Aboriginal American Authors. Philadelphia. 1883. pp. 46-50. CURTIS, NATALIE. The Indians' Book. Harper's. N. Y . 1907. pp. xxii-xxv, 348, 535. Letter to Dr. Luther Halsey Gulick. June 14,1916. 2 pp. MS. (Treats briefly of Indian verse, with reference to Navaho verse. In possession of the writer through courtesy of D r .
73-74, 82, 8 4 1 2 8 151. 1 1 1 9 r 1 2 0 1 2 1 r Allusions to~'a er^ie^r--and-in5thical heroes are general. Barbcau, Wyandot and Huron Mythology, pp. 318-320. Brinton, The Lendpé and their Legends, pp. 173, 177. Fletcher, The Hako, pp. 77-78, 1 2 8 ; Indian Story and North America, pp. 28-29, 66-67, l l O - l l l , 112-113. Matthews, op. , p. 58. Kussell, op. cit, p. 328. r Densmore, Chippewa Music, I I , p. 294. Hale, The Iroquois Book of Rites, pp. 129-139. Russell, op. cit, p. 285. Song from Barnes: American Indian Verse 895} 37 t o w h i c h the Indian poet occasionally resorts.
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