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For more information about Native American folklore, including more than 100 stories from the teaching lore of Native American tribes, check Stonee's WebLodge: A Native American Lore Website. Other legends about fire from Earth-centered traditions can be found in the book Hawaiian Family Legends by Matthew Kaopio (Honolulu: Mutual Publishing, 2003).
The online Encyclopedia Mythica explains the symbolic meaning of the coyote for Native Americans and the coyote's roles in native folklore.
If you want to know more about coyotes, the Indiana Coyote Rescue Center has information online including the history and facial expressions of coyotes and how they are presently endangered as well as protected and rescued in the United States.
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