What Native American Folklore Are You Most Like? Answer These Questions and Find Out
Tales from Native American Folklore can help anyone learn important lessons to take with them through life. There is a tale from Native American Folklore which you are most like. Take this quiz and we'll determine which.
Select the answer which you feel best describes what folklore is all about.
Select the answer which best suits how you feel others would describe you.
Select the lesson below which you feel is the most important for the next generation to learn.
Scenario: You just purchased a new set of clothes. Select how you handle yourself in such situations.
Scenario: Your romantic interest is in love with someone else. Describe how you would handle the situation.
You are starting into a big chocolate cake when there is a knock at your door. People have come to visit you. Select how you would respond.
Your village has selected you to be sacrificed over a large waterfall. Select how you would handle the situation.
Finally, if they were to make a movie regarding you, what would be the most important aspect of said movie to you?
The Crow is responsible for bringing sunlight to the most northern parts of North American according to Inuit tradition. The act of doing so tires the Crow out for 6 months, however, which is why the Inuit have 6 months of daylight and 6 months of darkness.
The Maid Of The Mist
The Maid Of The Mist
The Ongiaras Tribe of the area now known as New York tell the story of the Maiden of the MIst, a maiden who was once sacrificed to the God of Thunder. The God of Thunder caught her, however, and she soon married one of his two sons and saved her people from a giant snake which was headed their way.
The Volcano God of Hawaiian mythology, you do not want to get Pele angry. She can be something of a vindictive God, especially if spurred by a love interest.
The Native American story of Coyote is one which warns people to not be too greedy. Coyote was too hot one day and asked the Gods to give him a cloud, and they did. Then he asked for a stream and the Gods gave him a stream. He just kept asking for stuff, however, and when he asked for more water, the Gods eventually tried to drown him in a river.
This Native American folklore tale warns for people to not be boastful. Opossum once had a beautiful and bushy tail but after showing it off and making too many other animals jealous, Opossum's tail was shaved bald while they weren't looking.