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Folk Memory: the beginning of mythology

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A VERY BRIEF HISTORY OF STORYTELLING posted on February 28, 2012 on The Big Fish Blog talks about the importance of storytelling. Read the article.

Collective Memory of the Prehistoric Past and the Archaeological Landscape
This article, from the Digital Commons of the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, by Cynthia J. Wiley, talks about the intersection between oral history and archaeology.
In the Abstract it says: "Archaeologists must build on this foundation to create a methodology that will allow us to systematically examine oral tradition and incorporate it into interpretations." Read the entire article.

Native American Oral traditions tell of a tsunami's destruction hundreds of years ago. This BBC video clip tells more about that event.

Native American Legends of Tsunamis in the Pacific Northwest tells more about lingering legends. Read the article...