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INDEX About the West, poem, 28 coyote, 22–23 A coyote is a desert animal and is often included as a character in Native American myths. Hercules, 4–5, 7 Hercules was a hero in Greek myths. He was very strong and performed different tasks, including saving towns and killing beasts. Hector is like Hercules. Love, Nat, 16 Nat Love was a famous cowboy. Meet Midas, 8 Midas was a king in Greek myths. He was very greedy and was given the power to turn things to gold. However, one day he turned his daughter to gold. Midas is a symbol for greed. myths, 4-7 Pecos Bill, 6 Pickett, Bill, 18 Bill Pickett was an early rodeo star. He was famous for wrestling steers. proverbs, 9–10 A proverb is a saying about a common observation. Proverbs are often spoken as wise advice. p.9: This Chinese proverb means that a greedy man will always want more than he can have. p.10: This ancient proverb means that a hero’s courage is more important in a fight than his weapon. Sacagawea, 12 Sacagawea was a Shoshone guide for Lewis and Clark. She guided Lewis and Clark as they explored the West. She is like Anna. Ursa Major, 14 Ursa Major is a constellation that looks like a bear. Hector sends the bear into the sky to form a constellation. 31


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