Manuelito – Navajo War Chief.
This is a list of African spirits as well as deities found within the traditional African religions.
A man who is known as "Red Wolf" and is born in modern times in Wolf Point, Montana; the son of the Cheyenne tribal leader, Thomas Talltrees. These 12 Native American heroes achieved epic greatness as warriors, writers.
Lozen – Apache War Woman & Prophet.
It was originally passed down orally in the prehistoric era, being part of ancient Celtic religion.
Native Americans, also known as American Indians (or simply Indians ), First Americans, Indigenous Americans, and other terms, are the Indigenous peoples of the mainland United States ( Indigenous peoples of Hawaii, Alaska and territories of the United States are generally known by other terms). Beginning in the original colonies, Richard Slotkin argues that the settlers brought a synthesis of romantic European myths and ideas across the Atlantic, particularly the idea that the New World was a place where they could reinvent themselves. Osceola – Leading the Seminole.
Snakes in mythology.
Chief Pontiac. .
According to the stories, he helped persuade the tribes to live in peace and join forces against their enemies. R.
Roman Catholic missionary and defender of the Native Americans in New Mexico, he fought for five years in the French colonial. Miraculous births are common in Japanese folklore, and include Momotarō the Peach Boy (who was found inside a giant peach floating on a river), Kintarō (about whom several origin myths are told), and Kaguya-hime (who was born inside the stalk of a glowing bamboo plant). Hiawatha was a Native American leader of the 1500s who became a legend for his role in bringing the people of the five Iroquois nations together.
Pocahontas – Legendary Indian Princess. .
The many different tribal groups each developed their own stories about the creation of the world, the appearance of the first people, the place of humans in the universe, and the lives and deeds of deities and heroes.
Native American Legends.