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The Collected Folklore and Poetry of Hen-Toh

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“He was in many ways an unusual man. Very versatile and talented…he possessed literary ability and had written an interesting book on Tales of the Bark Lodges. A book of poems under the name of Hen-Toh.”

Comprising his short unpublished autobiography, his 1919 book of folklore, Tales of the Bark Lodges, and his 1924 volume of poetry, Yon-Doo-Shah-We-Ah (Nubbins), The Collected Folklore and Poetry of Hen-Toh is a celebration of the work of one of the most important Native voices of the nineteenth century.

An important exploration of early Native American dialect literature, this edition of The Collected Folklore and Poetry of Hen-Toh is a classic of Indigenous American literature reimagined for the modern reader.

Since our inception in 2020, Mint Editions has kept sustainability and innovation at the forefront of our mission. Each and every Mint Edition title gets a fresh, professionally typeset manuscript and a dazzling new cover, all while maintaining the integrity of the original book.

With thousands of titles in our collection, we aim to spotlight diverse public domain works to help them find modern audiences. Mint Editions celebrates a breadth of literary works, curated from both canonical and overlooked classics from writers around the globe.

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About Hen-Toh

Bertrand N.O. Walker, better known by his Wyandotte name Hen-Toh (1870 - 1927) was a Native American author and poet. Born in Kansas City, Kansas, Walker was a member of the Oklahoma band of the Big Turtle Clan and received his education from a Friends’ Mission School. Walker spent the entirety of his life working in the Indian Service, spending his early years as a teacher and clerk and his latter years focused on his writing and family. Though his literary output was limited to a volume of poetry, Yon-Doo-Shah-We-Ah (Nubbins) and book of Native folklore, Tales of the Bark Lodges (1924), Walker’s contributions to the preservation of Wyandotte culture have been appreciated by generations of researchers and readers alike.

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