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The Legend of Turtle Woman

 

Last updated 03/13/2017 at 4:20pm



The Kaw Indians never lived far from a river because they knew if the deer and antelope became scarce they could always depend on the river being full of fish. Food was so plentiful, the tribe was healthy, the women were beautiful, and the men were strong.

As strong and handsome as all the braves were, Winter Fox was taller and stronger and more handsome than all the rest. His lodge was filled with soft pelts and trade goods and there was no doubt that someday he would be the Chief.

All the young women in the tribe hoped they would be his wife and often made gifts of beadwork and...



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