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Two months in the Camp of Big Bear

The Life and Adventures of Theresa Gowanlock and Theresa Delaney

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Language: English
Wordcount: 32,154 / 94 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 68.8
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 455
mnybks.net#: 2976
Genres: Biography, Adventure
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nd back the echo without a discordant note. The hills were covered with trees, principally poplar and spruce, interspersed with berry-bearing shrubs. A most beautiful and enchanting location.

That little settlement of our own was situated upon Frog Creek, about three miles west of the lake of the same name, and distant from the Frog Lake Settlement, our nearest white neighbours, about two miles. But we had neighbours close by, who came in to see us the next day, shaking hands and chatting to us in Cree, of which language we knew but little. The Indians appeared to be very kind and supplied us with white fish twice a week which they procured from the river for which in return we gave sugar, tea, prints, &c., from the store. Christmas and New Year's were celebrated in about the same manner that they are amongst us civilized people. Both Indians and squaws put on their good clothes, which at the best of times is very scant, and do their calling. They salute the inmates of each house they enter with a

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