BEAVERAlso known as CAPA
He abounds — he is bountiful. He beavers away everywhere. Damnation takes on a whole new meaning. Wherever there is a dam and it's near a Native American tribe, BEAVER is at work — with the emphasis mostly on work.You might say he's the God of Storage, as he loves packing things away neatly ready for the winter months. But he's not averse to a bit of well-intentioned thievery. See SNOQUALM.
Among the Lakota he is known as Capa.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
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Area or people : Algonquin, Lakota, Northeast, Northwest, Plains
Location : North America
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : CAPA
Popularity index : 1137
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