Myth and Memory: Stories of Indigenous-European Contact is a collection of 10 scholarly essays that address some aspect of the contact narratives told by Indigenous and Europeans. The essays reflect the disciples of history, anthropology, linguistics, and literary studies. The authors include Judith Binney, Keith Thor Carlson, J. Edward (Ted) Chamberlin, Nora Marks Dauenhauer, Richard Dauenhauer, Michael Harkin, I.S. MacLaren, Patrick Moore, and Wendy Wickwire. Several essays focus on the Northwest Coast and California contact experience and others examine the Roanoke colony and the Maori experience.