Our Stories is a book illustrated by campers at the Hasinai Youth Camp. The stories were recorded by anthropologist George A. Dorsey between 1903 and 1905, and were published in Traditions of the Caddo in 1905 by the Carnegie Institution. Dorsey's work was re-published in 1997 by the University of Nebraska Press. (Available from Amazon and other retailers.)
Five stories were illustrated by campers at the 2013 camp and include the stories "How the Buffalo Ceased to Eat Human Beings," "Staying the Monsters by Fire," "Rabbit and the Dancing Turkeys," "The Man and the Dog Who Became Stars," and "The Old Woman Who Kept All the Pecans." Each year we will add to the collection.