Coast Miwok Traditional Narratives

Coast Miwok traditional narratives include myths, legends, tales, and oral histories preserved by the Coast Miwok people of the central California coast immediately north of San Francisco Bay.

Coast Miwok oral literature shares many characteristics of central California narratives, including that of their linguistic kinsmen the Lake, Plains and Sierra Miwok, as well as other groups.

See also: Miwok mythology and Traditional narratives (Native California)

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