|Statement||Illus. by W.D. Blatchly.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
Stone Canoe, a journal of arts and ideas from Upstate New York, was founded at Syracuse University's University College, and is now published by The YMCA's Downtown Writers Center, at the Arts Branch of the YMCA of Greater Syracuse. The annual publication appears each February. Stone Canoe showcases the work of a diverse mix of emerging and well-established . The White Stone Canoe: A Legend of the Ottawas. James David Edgar. Toronto News Company, - Canadian poetry - 54 pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. The White Stone Canoe Paperback – Decem by James D. Edgar (Author) See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: James D. Edgar. Stone Canoe showcases the work of a diverse mix of emerging and well-established artists and writers who are current or former residents of Upstate New York. In doing so, the journal supports the YMCA's Downtown Writers Center's ongoing efforts to enrich lives through the literary, visual, and performing arts.
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okeedokee, this book is an indigenous text nerd's dream. it's beautifully bound, the paper is luxuriously thick and the quality of the images of the original texts that book is based on are gorgeous. the stone canoe is a recovery and re-translating and re-interpreting of two "lost" mi'kmaq oral traditions. am only part way through. will update when i am done, that is if i have 4/5. The water in the picture not calm, it’s spinning, and, the title of this story is “The White Stone Canoe”. Thus I thought that the water is the river where the canoe is able to use, and the spinning water is the tornado. Plus, he is going to the land of souls and the way to get there would not be a normal method. More than 30 stories from a variety of Native American tribes cover creation myths, hero tales, and trickster stories, as well as tales of little people, giants, and monsters, and of magic, enchantment, sorcery, and the spirit world. Included are "The White Stone Canoe" (Chippewa), "Raven Pretends to Build a Canoe" (Tsimhian), many more. Well, put two white guys in stone canoe and you get a similar effect. They did manage to float another book in their stone canoe. A book full of "Gee, you're wonderful, Chief Running Bare!" stories about how great the Indians are and how terrible the White Men are.