Charles G. Leland was an American scholar, humorist, essayist and folklorist. In accordance with journalist’s working, Charles G. Leland travelled extensively and became interested in folklore and folk linguistics. During his travels he lived and studied with the Algonquin Indians for months at the same time recording their stories, myths and legends. “How Glooskap Is Making Arrows, And Preparing For A Great Battle” is a short Native legend about a chief of Indian people named Glooskap, who lives in a very great, a very long wigwam and always making arrows. Glooskap the warrior fighting against evil and possessor of magical power is the legendary figure of the Wabanaki legends. The colorful and enigmatic Indians stories, accompanied with author’s notes and elucidations, will be undoubted pleasant to you and your children. Enjoy the reading!