Yathmownen ga widmagoyan: Stories that I was told
This book contains seven Potawatomi stories that Jim experienced or was told by family. Jim begins by telling about a funny event that happened to his cousin Louie. In the next fours stories, Jim shares about family experiences hunting and fishing. Jim starts by sharing how Potawatomi youth used to strive to become hunters. Jim next tells a fishing story about his older brother. Jim then tells a hunting story about an old man. Jim finally ends his hunting stories with a surprising hunting story about his late grandfather. The last two stories in the book are stories of old. The sixth story explains why the raccoon has black eyes. The final story sheds light on why there is daylight.
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