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,

www.Mythical, Pele, Goddess of Fire

Hawaiian Volcano Goddess, Main Legends, and Myths,

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

Creation Myths, Night, Fear, Fire and Sin,, Brian McCarthy's Latin II class, Common Elements in Creation Myths, Lindsey Murtagh.

Legends and Myths, E2Bn UK, Who were the Kaang people? 2006. View on YouTube,,, 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,, by Amy Friedman and Meredith Johnson, 2007.

Hellenistic Society of Promethues, Inc., Mythology: Prometheus,, The Creation of Man, J.M. Hunt, all right reserved, ©2011.

Ancient History Encyclopedia, 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.

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,,

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


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