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Maiden of the Mist: A Legend of Niagara Falls

by Veronika Martenova Charles

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Long ago, a Seneca tribe lived on the Niagara River, just upstream from a great waterfall. With plenty of fish and crops to feed them, life was good in their village. Then a sickness came to the people, and everything changed. As the situation worsened and people died, Lelawala, the chief_s daughter, came up with a plan to help. She would go to the thunder god, Hinu, and find out why he wouldn_t help her people. But to do that, Lelawala would have to go to his home under the great falls, and never return.

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Lelawala, a Seneca maiden, offers herself as a sacrifice to save her people from a great sickness.

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