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tales 1921.djvu

Type book
Title Woodland tales
Author Ernest Thompson Seton
Translator
Editor
Illustrator
Year 1922
Publisher   Hodder & Stoughton
Address
Source
Progress  Rozpracované knihy
Volumes
Pages http://www.gutenberg.org/files/23667/23667-h/23667-h.htm

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Remarks

CONTENTS

Things to See in Springtime
The Seeing Eye
tale no. page
1. Blue-eyes, the Snow-child, or the Story of Hepatica
3
2. The Story of the Dawnsinger, or How the Bloodroot Came
5
3. The Prairie-girl with Yellow Hair
6
4. The Cat's-eye Toad, a cMd of Maka Ina
11
5. How the Bluebird Came
14
6. Robin, the Bird that Loves to Make Clay Pots
17
7. Brook Brownie, or How the Song Sparrow Got his Streaks
20
8. Diablo and the Dogwood
20
9. The Woolly-bear
23
10. How the Violets Came
25
11. Cocoons
26
12. Butterflies and Moths
28
13. The Mourning-cloak Butterfly or the Camberwell Beauty
30
14. The Wandering Monarch
32
15. The Bells of the Solomon Seal
35
16. The Silver Bells of the False Solomon Seal
37
Things to See in Summertime
17. How the Mouse-bird made Fun of the Brownie
43
18. The Pot-herb that Sailed with the Pilgrims
44
19. How the Red Clover Got the White Mark on Its Leaves
47
20. The Shamrock and Her Three Sisters
51
21. The Indian Basket-Maker
53
22. Crinkleroot; or Who Hid the Salad?
56
23. The Mecha-meck
61
24. Dutchman’s Breeches
63
25. The Seven Sour Sisters
65
26. Self-heal or Blue-curls in the Grass
65
27. The Four Butterflies You See Every Summer
67
28. The Beautiful Poison Caterpillar
72
29. The Great Splendid Silk-moth or Samia Cecropia
77
30. The Green Fairy with the Long Train
79
31. The Wicked Hoptoad and the Little Yellow Dragon
82
32. The Fairy Bird or the Humming-bird Moth
85
33. Ribgrass or Whiteman’s Foot
88
34. Jack-in-the-Pulpit
91
35. How the Indian Pipe Came
91
36. The Cucumber Under the Brownie’s Umbrella
93
37. The Hickory Horn-Devil
95
Things to See in Autumntime
38. The Purple and Gold of Autumn
103
39. Why the Chicadee Goes Crazy Twice a Year
104
40. The Story of the Quaking Aspen or Poplar
107
41. The Witch-hazel
109
42. How the Shad Came and How the Chestnut Got Its Burrs
112
43. How the Littlest Owl Came
113
44. The Wood-witch and the Bog-nuts
114
45. The Mud-dauber Wasp
117
46. The Cicada and the Katydid
121
47. The Digger Wasp That Killed the Cicada
123
48. How the Indian Summer Came
126
Things to See in Wintertime
49. The North Star, or the Home Star
129
50. The Pappoose on the Squaw’s Back
131
51. Orion the Hunter, and his Fight with the Bull
133
52. The Pleiades, that Orion Fired at the Bull
134
53. The Twin Stars
136
54. Stoutheart and His Black Cravat
137
55. Tracks and the Stories They Tell
138
56. A Rabbit’s Story of His Life
140
57. The Singing Hawk
144
58. The Fingerboard Goldenrod
145
59. Woodchuck Day — February Second
149
Things to Know
The Story of The Trail
60. How the Pine Tree Tells its Own Story
153
61. Blazes
155
62. Totems
155
63. Symbols
159
64. Sign Language
161
65. The Language of Hens
161
66. Why the Squirrel Wears a Bushy Tail
162
67. Why the Dog Wags His Tail
163
68. Why the Dog Turns Around Three Times Before Lying Down
164
69. The Deathcup of Diablo
165
70. The Poison Ivy, or the Three-fingered Demon of the Woods
169
71. The Medicine in the Sky
170
72. The Angel of the Night
172
Things to Do
The Thinking Hand
73. Bird-nesting in Winter
177
74. The Ox-eye Daisy or Marguerite
179
75. The Monkey-hunt
181
76. The Horsetail and the Jungle
185
77. The Woods in Winter
186
78. The Fish and the Pond
187
79. Smoke Prints of Leaves
189
80. Bird-boxes
189
81. A Hunter’s Lamp
193
82. The Coon Hunt
194
83. The Indian Pot
195
84. Snowflakes
197
85. Are you Alive? Farsight
199
86. Are you Alive? Quicksight
200
87. Are you Alive? Hearing
200
88. Are you Alive? Feeling
201
89. Are you Alive? Quickness
202
90. Are you Alive? Guessing Length
203
91. Are you Alive? Aim or Limb-control
204
92. A Treasure Hunt
205
93. Moving Pictures
205
94. The Natural Autograph Album
207
95. The Crooked Stick
208
96. The Animal Dance of Nana-bo-jou
209
97. The Caribou Dance
212
98. The Council Robe
216
Things to Remember
The Winged Soul that Stores up Precious Memories
99. How the Wren Became King of the Birds
221
100. The Snowstorm
222
101. The Fairy Lamps
223
102. The Sweetest Sad Song in the Woods
225
103. Springtime, or the Wedding of Maka Ina and El Sol
227
104. Running the Council
228
105. The Sandpainting of the Fire
229
106. The Woodcraft Kalendar
231
107. Climbing the Mountain
233
108. The Omaha Prayer
235