Raven and the First People

Raven and the First People

Legends of the Northwest Coast

Book - 2009
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Below the mist-shrouded mountains of the West Coast lie the stories of how we came to be. It is through the myths of the people who have lived with this spirit of place for thousands of years that we uncover the mystery of our homeland. The mythical creatures Raven, Thunderbird, Bear and the Great Spirit become a path to rediscovering the spiritual landscape of culture. These are the stories of the Pacific Coast that tell of gods and demons, good and evil; things unimaginable brought to life. More than just tales of magic and the supernatural, the legends follow the traditions of the peoples of the Pacific Northwest and illustrate their profound relationship to the natural environment. The legacy of a vibrant and prosperous culture, these stories reveal the essence of their collective wisdom. The legends of the creation of The People emerging from the ocean depths, the formation of the landscape and the origins of fire, thunderstorms and the wind affirm the harmony with which our ancestors lived with nature.
Publisher: [Edmonton] : Eschia Books, 2009
ISBN: 9781926696089
Branch Call Number: 398.20899 G2938R 2009
Characteristics: 191 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Carrière, Nicholle 1961-


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