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Canada is a country in North America. Humans inhabited the lands of present Canada for over 26000 years.
The collection of Canadian folktales consists of one book with 26 stories.

Canadian fairy tales

: Contains 26 Native American folktales gathered from Canada.

Author: Cyrus Macmillan
Published: 1922
Publisher: S. B. Gundy, Toronto; John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd., London

0.Introduction & Preface

1.How Glooskap Made the Birds

2.Rabbit and the Grain Buyers

3.Saint Nicholas and the Children

4.The Fall of the Spider Man

5.The Boy who was Called Thick-head

6.Rabbit and the Indian Chief

7.Great Heart and the Three Tests

8.The Boy of the Red Twilight Sky

9.How Raven Brought Fire to the Indians

10.The Girl who Always Cried

11.Ermine and the Hunter

12.How Rabbit Deceived Fox

13.The Boy and the Dragon

14.Owl with the Great Head and Eyes

15.The Tobacco Fairy from the Blue Hills

16.Rainbow and the Autumn Leaves

17.Rabbit and the Moon-Man

18.The Children with One Eye

19.The Giant with the Grey Feathers

70.The Cruel Stepmother

21.The Boy who was Saved by Thoughts

22.The Song-Bird and the Healing Waters

23.The Boy who Overcame the Giants

24.The Youth and the Dog-Dance

25.Sparrow's Search for the Rain

26.The Boy in the Land of Shadows

What's interesting in Canada

Old Quebec
is the historic centre of Quebec City in Canada. Old Quebec has two parts - the Upper Town and Lower Town and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site under the name "Historic District of Old Québec".

The Niagara Falls
are three waterfalls that lie between Canada and the U.S. Allomst all the water from the Nigara river flow through the largest waterfall of the three - the Horseshoe.

The Canadian Rockies
are the Canadian part of the North American Rocky Mountains range. Five national parks are located within the Canadian Rockies, four of which interlock and make up the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage site.

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