Charles Montgomery Skinner was an American writer, mostly known as a collector of North American folklore. “Twelfth Night At Cahokia” is a mysterious short story entered in the collection “Myth and legends of our own land”. The action happens in the French village of Cahokia during the holiday of Twelfth Night. Among the gathered citizen there is Gwen Malhon, a drift-wood collector, who is in love with Louison Florian. She wants nothing to him, but she promises him a dance this evening if he could find a fiddler worthy of the party. On the coast of the river Malhon finds the company with the musician, and invites him to play at the dance. Gwen does not know yet, that friendly stranger is not who seems... Start your familiar with American history and culture through the Skinner’s collection “Myth and legends of our own land”!