Charles Montgomery Skinner was an American writer, editor, dramatic and art critic, mostly known as a collector and rewriter of North American folklore. The mount Tacoma has always been a place of superstitious regard among the Siwash of the Northwest. In their myths it was the place of refuge for the last man when the Whulge was so swollen after long rain that its waters covered the earth. All other men were drowned. But the last man climbed on one of the mountains peaks, survived and with the woman, who was one of the forms of The Spirit of all Things, recreated the human race. “Tamanous Of Tacoma” is other legend about the mysterious power of the mount Tacoma. Start your familiar with American history and culture through the Skinner’s collection “Myth and legends of our own land”!