Wondering if there exist any direct Native American or other Indigenous people's transcript of a story or a complete something in their language. By indigenous I mean those living in the Amazon, New Guinea, or Arctic regions, for example. Even Mayan, Aztec, or Incan would work too (in the native language).
Most linguistic examples from these languages are snippets or perhaps as much as a single phrase or sentence, but I haven't seen complete stories multi-sentence structures.
I can find Native American stories here, and click into one of the texts (e.g. Yana Texts), but it seems like an English retelling of stories heard from indigenous peoples. Same with stories from the Inuit. Basically looking for a written transcription (either a Romanization or in their original language like Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics) of some story or content from an indigenous language, not written in English but instead written in the native language (or Romanization of it).
I would love to see something like what follows (but for any Native/Indigenous language), but even longer and more complex.
I understand that most (all perhaps) indigenous languages didn't have writing until it was invented in the 1800's or 1900's or so, so Romanizations work well too.
Here are some I have since encountered a while later: