I found many Native American readings to be interesting, but some of them were difficult to read. It was hard to be sure if I was reading the story the way it was meant to be heard. I guess that is the point of the stories being told by mouth and not being written down. I think it is interesting that stories get pasted down from generation to generation because many of the best stories are those which are told not read.
Crazy Horse, most likely the most famous Native American was a warrior who was looked up to. Crazy Horse got caught trying to steal another man's wife. This tells me that he may have not been the great leader he was thought as.
Creation of the Whites is very similar to our own Creation story today. It was interesting to see this parallelism. Most would think the Native Americans would make themselves the superior ones who obeyed the "Creator", but they made the White man be the one who obeyed him. I though this was kind off odd. I think this story was told to explain the why the Native Americans lived the way they did. The "Creator" takes away the clothing they already had and they were now responsible for their own means of clothing and food. The Native Americans seem to blame the White man for their downfalls because the white men have temptations.