New York, NY, May 11, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- "Totem Animals Of The Native American Indians," has been written to explain the importance of the objects carved on totem poles and other articles connected with totemism and the secret societies of the Northwestern Indian tribes. The legends contained in this book tell how animals have been used as spiritual symbols and the messages that have been conveyed throughout history. These stories have been passed down by word of mouth from time immemorial.
In this book you will be presented with a wide assortment of stories that will show the creation of totem poles, the animals that inspire the symbolism that totems represent and a journey through the rich history of the Native American People.
This new book includes the stories: The First Totem Pole, The Transition of Totemism, The Alligator and the Hunter, The End of the First World, Mistakes of Old Man, The Race of the Antelope and Deer, The Badger and the Bear, The Ball Game between the Birds and the Animals, They That Chase After the Bear, Beaver and Muskrat, Honeyed Words Can't Sweeten Evil, Ghost Stallion, Hummingbird Brings Back Tobacco, Why Porcupine Has Quills (Anishnaabe), Coyote Kills the Prairie Dogs, Why the Salmon Come to the Squamish Waters, The Seagulls and the Whiskey Jacks, and many more.
For further information, on the writing visit G.W. Mullins' web site at http://gwmullins.wix.com/officialsite. For information on the art of C.L. Hause visit his web site at http://clarencehause.wix.com/homepage. Books from the Walking With Spirits series are available on Amazon.com, Kobo, Google Book Store, and Barnes and Noble.
G.W. Mullins is a Native American of Cherokee decent. He has been a published author for several years. He recently released book one in his From The Dead Of Night Series, the top selling title Daniel Is Waiting, which is available on Amazon.com, Kobo, Google Book Store, and Barnes and Noble.
C.L. Hause is an abstract artist who possesses a Bachelor Of Arts Degree specializing in Studio Art. He was the winner of the 2013 Johnny Hart Memorial Award as well of several others. He has always been inspired by nature, primitive and Native American design.