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Apauk Caller of Buffalo

James Willard Schultz

Publisher: Enhanced Media Publishing

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Summary

Blackfoot boy Apauk longs to be the Buffalo Caller, the member of the tribe responsible for luring buffalo to a death trap concealed beyond the edge of a cliff. Apauk endures many tests, some of them heartbreaking, before he learns the ‘medicine’ or secret to being a master of the herd. This is his story.
Available since: 06/21/2017.

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