Fire-Native American Myth
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At the begining of time bears owned fire. The fire gave the bears warmth and light.
The bears eventually found a forest full of trees that dropped acorns. The bears set fire to the forest so they could eat the cooked acorns.
The bears eventually wandered to far away from the fire and it was nearly out. The fire was yelling for someone to feed it, but the bears couldn't hear it.
A man walked by the fire and heard it yelling that it needed fed. The man asked the what it needs to be fed and the fire responded with I eat sticks and logs.
The man fed the fire as it grew larger and larger. The man became friends with the fire.
The bears Tried to come back and get the fire. The fire had made a new friend so it chased the bears away. After that fire and man could be friends forever.
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