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The Daughter of the Chieftain

The Story of an Indian Girl

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Author: Edward S. Ellis (R.H. Jayne)
Language: English
Wordcount: 27,655 / 83 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 87.7
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,410
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her tutor; by and by she went through the performance from beginning to end without a break.

Alice clapped her hands with delight, and Omas--certain that no grownup person saw him--smiled with pleasure.

"Doesn't she know how to talk?" asked Alice, looking up at the warrior. Omas spoke somewhat sharply to his child in the Delaware tongue. She startled, and looking at Alice, asked--

"Do--yoo think me play well?"

Alice was delighted to find she could make herself understood so easily. It was wonderful how she had learned to speak English so early in life.

"I guess you can," was the ready reply of Alice; "your father can't begin to play as well. When you go home you can show your mamma how to play Jack Stones. Have you any brothers and sisters?"

"No; me have no brother--no sister."

"That's too bad! I've got a big brother Ben. He isn't home now, but he will be here to supper. He's a nice boy, and you will like him. Let's go in the house now to see mamma, and you can

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