The following series of texts was recorded by Waldemar Bogoras during the years 1900 and 1901 in various villages on the Pacific Coast of the Chukchee Peninsula, between Mariinsky Post and Uñi´sak. A number of tales are here given with interlinear translation and free translation. The attempt has been made to render the texts as accurately as possible, but it has been found necessary to omit in the translations many of the conjuctions and interjections which are quite numerous in Chukchee and which often appear in extended groups. Contest with the Ke´let is a famous native Chukchee story. The story describes the life of a young man, his troubles and adventures. Once upon a time there is a man whose sons are dying. Then in his old age God has blessed him with the son. Every night the son constructs a boat, because he wants to have an adventure! Then he decides to abandon his house and set off! The story plunges the readers into the captivating atmosphere. This work of the author has a historical point of view. Read the gripping story about different adventures of the main character!