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All Native American Short Stories

25 Most Recent Native American Short Stories

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A Ghostly Tale... by Claywoman
A GHOSTLY TALE… Gather around my children, it's almost the end of winter, the time of year when the earth is rousing from its slumber to soon give us the warmth that grows our food and gives life to all things. This tale is from a time when we only roamed the earth of our ancestors or was ..
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A Ghostly Tale...Part II. by Claywoman
A GHOSTLY TALE…PART II The expression on her face changed, it was like the dark cloud just now covering the moon outside, with the cloud came the cold; snow started falling lightly, the iciness of the air permeated the small adobe structure and chilled both the woman and her child. Both dr..
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A Ghostly Tale...Part III.. by Claywoman
A GHOSTLY TALE…PART III In her sleep, her body arched upward deep within the memory of pleasure, then it relaxed again. Her hand found the form of her sleeping baby and again she sunk deep within her dreams. When he finally pulled from her body, he looked within the deep pools o..
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A Ghostly Tale...Part IV... by Claywoman
A GHOSTLY TALE…PART V She didn't know how to answer her mother, what did she know of babies? She herself was an only child so she had no knowledge of newborn babes since they were kept from view for the first two months of life. Looking down at the face of her newly born daughter, she gat..
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A Ghostly Tale...Part V.. by Claywoman
A GHOSTLY TALE…PART V When he turned away and left, he didn't know where he was going, his mind was confused. It had been months since he could do more then sit outside her door, first the pregnancy and then the birth and bleeding time. Now when he could see her, hold her, and bond with h..
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A Ghostly Tale...Part VI.. by Claywoman
The night was silent except for the soft padding of moccasins upon the earth; stars seemed so close you could reach up and grab a handful and take them home. The young warrior knew where he was heading for the starlight showed enough of the landscape to keep him centered. Once in a while he adjust..
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A Ghostly Tale...Part VII. by Claywoman
The young mother stirred and stretched. The day was dawning and she needed to awake to prepare for the day before her. Not willing to leave the dreams, her eyes protested opening and she trembled from the exertion. She silently rose from her pallet as not to wake her child who was still within he..
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A Ghostly Tale...Part VIII.. by Claywoman
She lay there for hours unable to sleep, afraid if she did, the dreams would begin again. She missed her husband so desperately! She knew if she slept, the horror of the past few months would override the remembrance of the joy of his homecoming. In her mind she was there at that moment when thei..
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Ada's Story, Continued. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ada Grace Little-Bear Paw continues her story. She is nine years old and lives in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, with her family. She is also bullied and has no friends...
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Ada's Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A little Native girl shares her story...
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Among the Pine and Berries by Deborah Russell
...new growth.....
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An Update: Windy Storm Thundercloud, May 2014. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Windy Storm Thundercloud updates her life. She is now engaged to her boyfriend, Adam Long Bow, and is looking forward to spending their lives together...
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An Update: Wyndi Storm Piestala, Winter 2012. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Wyndi Storm Piestala of Prescott, Arizona, updates us on what has been going on with her. Image of snow falling (c) 2011, by Karla Dorman...
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Autumn Shadow by Sage Sweetwater
Reading the story quilt..
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Barricades - Along the Red Road by Deborah Russell
We are stronger...
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Bradley Red Lightning: His Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A boy who is of the Sioux Nation shares his story...
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CHEROKEE NATION by Bill Grimes Jr.
Treaty of deceit.........
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Cicatriz by Budd Nelson
The story of a wanderer across the land without a guide...
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Crazy Horse by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
Ancestral Consciousness?..
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Dear Louie: Wyndi Writes Again... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Wyndi Storm Piestala in Arizona writes to her friend in Tennessee after Louisiana Sandusky emailed her...
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Dear Louie: A Letter From Wyndi Storm Piestala... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana Sandusky's friend in Prescott, Arizona, answers her email. She is delighted at the news in which her friend has shared...
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Dear Louie: A Letter From Wyndi Storm... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Wyndi Storm Piestala in Prescott, Arizona, finally writes back to her friend, Louisiana Sandusky, in Tennessee, after Louie has emailed her...
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Dear Louie: Wyndi Storm Writes... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana's newest friend in Arizona writes to her Tennessee friend after Louie has emailed her a "book of a letter" and sent her some surprise goodies by snail mail (which are currently on the way)...
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Dear Wyndi Storm: Louie Responds... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana writes to her Native American friend, Wyndi Storm Piestala, who is of the Hopi tribe, after Wyndi has emailed her. Wyndi lives in Arizona...
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Dear Wyndi: Louie Writes... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louie writes to her "native sister" in Arizona, who isn't having an easy time of it lately; so she tries to offer her some encouragement...
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Durango Colorado: Shawpita's Journal by Sage Sweetwater
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Enchant Her (Part 2) by Caitlyn Hunter
When a set of unexpected events threaten to expose Lyssa’s darkest secrets, she’s forced to rely on a stranger for protection. Alex seems to know exactly what she needs but can she trust him? What will she do when he offers her more than she ever dreamed? ..
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Enchant Her (Part 3) by Caitlyn Hunter
When a set of unexpected events threaten to expose Lyssa’s darkest secrets, she’s forced to rely on a stranger for protection. Alex seems to know exactly what she needs but can she trust him? What will she do when he offers her more than she ever dreamed? ..
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Enchant Her (Part 4) by Caitlyn Hunter
When a set of unexpected events threaten to expose Lyssa’s darkest secrets, she’s forced to rely on a stranger for protection. Alex seems to know exactly what she needs but can she trust him? What will she do when he offers her more than she ever dreamed? ..
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excerpt from: Of Indians and Aliens by Sonya Henderson
After “Why don’t you tell me where this woman is? You know, you could save yourself a lot of unnecessary suffering.” The man scrutinized the woman’s face. He could not understand why she refused to relinquish the information. His brow furrowed and his voice was full of frustration. “W..
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Freedom At All Cost by Jake George
I wrote is many years ago for my Chap Book "The Red Man In Me" I see religion being used as an excuse for killing and plunder once again. Will we never learn?..
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Full Blown Addictions(Coming To Life In Death Valley) by Zachary Rodriguez
This is where it all begins. Hopi prophecy. Doomsday countdown. Braves Of The Last Days. ..
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Grandmother Peyote by Sage Sweetwater
"You're the woman who follows the peyote road."..
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Hearth and Stone by F William Broome
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How the Hopi Create Their World by Keith Varnum
God gives food to every bird, but does not throw it into the nest. -Montenegrin proverb ..
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Kara Thunderstorm: Her Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A Native American woman living in Tennessee shares her story. Her best friend is Pulalay Khelefi; they live in an apartment, where they are roommates. Image of approaching thunderhead (c) 2011, by Karla Dorman...
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Karena, Eagle Medicine Woman by Amber Moonstone
A memory? A tap into an energy, this story flowed as though we were both there in that place in time. A collaborative work by Amber Moonstone and Chris Stienstra" ..
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Labyrinth of Emotion by J.A. Terry
I normally don’t post any of my work other than poetry, but in this case I decided to make an exception. This was originally written as a stand-alone piece, but I’ve recently incorporated it into my latest work in progress, Soul Asylum. I hope you enjoy this spiritual journey. ..
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Legend of Hell's Half Acre by Neil Waring
Story of a women Arapaho healer and leader..
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Legend of the Star People by T. Veselka
Falling Rock and the other braves on the cusp of adulthood leave their tribe on a Vision Quest...
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Legend" of The White Deer by Deborah Russell
Lenape Legend..
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My Desert Bones by Deborah Russell
...mountains that curve into mountains and more mountains... ..
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NoReservations by Stephen Geez
A tale of a modern native american woman...
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Of Each Small Butterfly by Deborah Russell
every unknown leaf..
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Pee Wee Time by Paul Mc Cann
A native from a tribe has an adventure and finds civilisation ...
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Pejuta Waukheon and the first Dream Catcher by Neil Waring
Where the Dream Catcher came from--based on several Indian legends, mostly Lakota..
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Peyote by Sage Sweetwater
Ritual and a life-giving blessing..
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Raven Strong Promise by Deborah Russell
...She is a messenger of the Great Spirit... ..
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Reena's Song by Judith Bailey
Wisdom gained through adversity is not the only way to learn, but for Reena it could not have happened any other way...
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Sending a Voice: Native Americans in the Movies by Daniel Brown
A review of all movies concerning Native Americans that reached the big screen between 1964-1998...
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Native American Stories
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5. Bradley Red Lightning: His Story. (Part On



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by Rosemary Patterson

A riveting Literary History and adventure novel that celebrates the cultural resurgence of Coastal First Nations peoples...  
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