Ojibway Legend: The Spirit of the Corn


Submitted by Native North American Travelling College

A long time ago, there lived a group of Ojibway people who had a bountiful harvest of corn. So plentiful was this crop that the people became boastful. Their pride and arrogance made them waste...

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