The Indian's Friend Volume 20-21

The Indian's Friend Volume 20-21

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ... saw a pig suffering but he went on and when he went two-miles, he turned back to help the pig, that hurt his heart very much, he spoiled he clothes, and he told one of his friends that he had helped a poor pig. An Indian's Power of Observation. BY LOUISE KENNEY (Klamath) in The Arrow. One day when an Indian came to his wigwam he noticed that the venison which he had hung up to dry was gone. After keenly glancing around he started off to find the thief. On his way he met a band of traders, whom he asked if they had seen a little old white man with a short gun, and a little dog with a bob tail. When the traders asked him how he could give such an accurate description of the man, he said, "I know he is little by having piled up some stones to reach the venison at the height at which I hung it. I know he is old by his short steps, which I have traced over the dry leaves in the forest. "I know he is a white man because he turns his toes out when he walks, which an Indian never does. I know his gun was short by the mark it made on the bark of the tree, where he leaned it. "I know his dog was little by its short steps, and I know it had a bob tail because of the mark in the dust where it sat when its master stole the venison." One of the men who liked fair play helped him, and he got back the stolen venison. The tinkle of mandolins and thrum of guitars on the girls' side of the Sherman Institute, (Cal.), campus recently, indicated that club practice would soon begin. pressed the wish to remain there: longer. Mr. Clinton Uran, now mayor of Ogemah. Minn., is a Haskell man. He finds time to run a prosperous NEW YORK, OCTOBER, 1908. A little fellow sat on-the curbing in front of The Wigwam crying in more

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  • Paperback | 188 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 345g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236913485
  • 9781236913487