Part 11 - Bibliography

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RESOURCES, books, and websites are very important and especially when using folktales which have no copyrights; however, stories need to be close to the original and credit give to time and where of the story - makes a deeper history of the story. Oh, usually three stories are used to verify as a traditional story. Or, if using plot, premise, or theme from a traditional story while changing characters, location, and time - give credit to that which went before which a just, a polite, recognition of others.

Roberts Island, tourism, PELE, http://www.robertshawaii.com/blog/legend-behind-hawaii%E2%80%99s-goddess-fire

www.Mythical Realm.com, Pele, Goddess of Fire

Hawaiian Volcano Goddess, Main Legends, and Myths, http://mythicalrealm.com/legends/pele.html

Encyclopedia Mythica, Pele, Micha F.Lindemans, article 3/3/1997, modified 1/5/2001, @MCMXCV - MMV.

Creation Myths, Night, Fear, Fire and Sin, http://dept.cs.williams.edu/~lindsey/myths/myths_14.html, Brian McCarthy's Latin II class, Common Elements in Creation Myths, Lindsey Murtagh.

Legends and Myths, E2Bn UK, Who were the Kaang people? http://myths.e2bn.org/mythsandlegends/origins2490-kaangs-people.html. 2006. View on YouTube, https://youtu.be/WMawLEPNuFw, http://myths.e2bn.org, 8/2013. Site is a story creator, fun, can print out.

Tell Me A Story, Fear of Fine, A Myth of the African Bushmen, or San People, http://www.uexpress.com/tell-me-a-story/2007/11/11/fear-of-fire-a-myth-of, by Amy Friedman and Meredith Johnson, 2007.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fire_gods

http://mythology.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Gods_of_Fire

Hellenistic Society of Promethues, Inc., Mythology: Prometheus, http://www.prometheas.org/mythology.html, The Creation of Man, J.M. Hunt, all right reserved, ©2011.

Ancient History Encyclopedia, Prometheus, http://www.ancient.eu/Prometheus/, by Mark Cartwright, published on 20 April 2013, all rights reserved.

Book of Greek Myths, Prometheus, Ingri and Edgar Darin D'Aulaire, A Dell Yearling Book, 1962, p72.

MMV Encyclopedia Mythica, Prometheus, Jonathan Vadaethu, March 3, 1997, article modified January 2004, ©MCMXCV.

Book of Greek Myths, Hephaestus, Keeper of Fire, Ingri and Edgar Darin D'Aulaire, A Dell Yearling Special, Doubleday Books, 1962, p 28.

http://www.pantheon.org/articles/p/promentheus.html

UNICEF, Book of Children's Legends, Quinde, Bird of the Fire, compiled and photographed by William I. Kaufman, Stockpeople Books, adapted for English, Rosemond V.P. Kaufman, pp 88-90, 1970.

American Indian Myths and Legends, How Beaver Stole Fire from the Pines, Nez Perce - Idaho Indian story, selected and edited by Richard Erdoes and Alfonso Ortiz, Pantheon Fairytales and Folklore Library, ©1980. "Based on an account in the Journal of American Folk-Lore, 1890."

Tales from Around the world to Illuminate the Days and Night of Our Lives, Sun Stories, Spider Grandmother Finds Light for Her People, American Kiowa story, Carolyn McVickar Edwards, Harper/Row/Collins, San Francisco, 1995, pp 25-27

How People Stole Fire, Lynn W., from the rainforests, http://mr.cgranby.tripod.com/world-fire-myths.html,

And on and on, an amazing amount of writers and blogs with information and FIRE stories from all cultures,

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