I am not sure what it says, but it is at least something in the native language, and it looks like a poem of some sort.
I'm wondering where there exist collections, lists, or other organized groupings of texts in native languages, and what the native languages are. I am pretty sure nothing like this exists for any Native American group (though if one does I would love to know). I also don't think any exist for Papua New Guinea groups or African tribes. But some may exist for larger African groups like countries. Some may exist for Japanese or Chinese. Some may exist for other European groups. Basically wondering what records have been saved somewhere. Then once I know that I can at least narrow down my search to find examples of the text.
So the main question is:
The languages that have preserved fairytales or folktales somewhere online or offline.
The secondary question which would be nice to know but is probably a lot of extra work and so isn't necessary is:
Where the links are to each of these places (libraries for physical books, or otherwise online).
Just knowing what is available will make it easier to know where to look for stuff.
All in the original language, not English.