Blane Klemek column: Creation stories weave in animal characteristics
Native American creation stories are spiritual and lively, and they involve the natural world. Animals are often central players in these accounts of how humankind came to be.
The stories depict wildlife, often possessing such aptitudes as speech and other human-like behaviors, as messengers, creators, counselors, and guardians to Indian people.
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