Myths and Legends of the Mississippi Valley and the Great Lakes
Variations in spelling and accent usage are preserved as printed.
"The Death Trail" is accredited to the Cherokee in the Table of Contents, but to the Choctaw as a subtitle to the story itself. This is preserved as printed.
"The Kite and the Eagle" has no credit to a particular nation.
"The Tiny Frog and the Panther" had no credit in the Table of Contents, but is accredited to the Biloxi as a subtitle to the story. This is preserved as printed.
Page 12 mentioned Kuti Mandkce. With reference to the 1912 Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 47, A Dictionary of Biloxi and Ofo Languages, this has been amended to Kuti Mankdce.
Minor punctuation errors have been repaired.
The following amendment has been made on the assumption that it was a printer error:
Page v—Gitchee amended to Gitche—... who made Gitche Gomee, the Great Water.
Illustrations have been moved where necessary so that they are not in the middle of a paragraph. The frontispiece illustration has been moved to follow the title page.
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