Zora Neal Hurston
This person, who grew up in Eatonville, Florida, is the author of the book.
This is the name used most often in the storytellers' versions of the legends and fables involving slaves.
This person tells the author the story of the black man who dies during the Johnstown flood.
This person tells the story of God handing out color for skin tone.
This is the man at the Everglades Cypress Camp who tells the story of the two slaves who sought to outdo each other with their daring toward the master and missus of the plantation.
This man tells the story of killing the turkey, ducks, partridges, and deer with a single shot of a muzzle loader.
This is the person who tells the story of God having changed his mind.
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