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This collection of items written by Miss Edna Clyne of Seatlle, Washington, for William Elsey Connelley of the Kansas State Historical Society, includes a number of Native Indian stories regarding the Wyandot Tribe. Compiled by Connelley, the stories were sent to Miss Clyne so that she could revise them for inclusion in a textbook intended for elementary school students. Titles include the story of "How a White Man Became an Indian," "How We Got These Indian Stories," "How Our Country Was Made," "Making the Sun," and many others.

Creator: Clyne, Edna
Date: May 07, 1923-May 24, 1923

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Item Number: 219353
Call Number: William Elsey Connelley Coll. #16, Box 22 Folder Wyandot - Miss Clyne's manuscript (Wyandot stories)
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 219353

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