The Algonquin Legends of New England, by Charles G. Leland, , at sacred-texts.com
MIK UM WESS,
THE INDIAN PUCK, OR ROBIN GOODFELLOW.
From a scraping on birch bark by Tomah Josephs, Indian Governor at Peter Dana's Point, Maine. The Mik um wess always wears a red cap like the Norse Goblin.
Copyright, 1884, BY CHARLES G. LELAND.
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