This Iroquois folk tale is the perfect authentic text for guided reading groups. It is an ideal 2 pages in length.
This is part of a larger collection of Iroquois folk tales originally published in 1917 by a white woman named Mabel Powers. She spent so much time with the Iroquois listening to their stories and writing them down, they gave her an Iroquois name and made her an honorary member of the Iroquois people.
This authentic Iroquois folk tale has been reformatted to 8 1/2" x 11" size and changed to a cleaner, larger font to make it easier to copy for student use.
If you like this free Iroquois folk tale, you may enjoy the whole collection of 32 Iroquois folk tales:
Iroquois Folk Tales
Lorrie L. Birchall
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Iroquois, Iroquois tribes, Iroquois folk tales, Native Americans, Native American folk tales