1914. Illustrated by the author. Several hundred Little Indian drawings with explanatory key list so little folks can understand them. Phillips (El Comancho) writes in the Introduction: I have spent nearly fifty years west of the Missouri River in close touch with Indians. I have camped and traveled with them, learned their point of view and lived as the Indian lives. I know their daily life and religion and have listened to the folk stories of many tribes. Many Indian stories are not printable, from a white man's standpoint; many others are as good as anything in literature, and still others are told only to amuse or point a moral to the Indian child. It is these latter that I have culled from the others and arranged here in book form, keeping the Indian in them as much as possible in putting them into English. Every story in this book is a genuine Indian story, told in English as nearly as possible as the Indian would tell it.