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Sinopah the Indian Boy (Complete Edition) - cover

Sinopah the Indian Boy (Complete Edition)

James Willard Schultz

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.
"This is the Story of Sinopah, a Blackfoot Indian boy; he who afterward became the great chief Pitamakan, or, as we say, the Running Eagle. I knew Pitamakan well; also, his white friend and partner in many adventures, Thomas Fox. Both were my friends; they talked to me much about their boyhood days, so you may know that this is a true story."
Contents:
Sinopah gets his Name
Sinopah and Sinopah
Sinopah and his Playfellows
Sinopah's Escape from the Buffalo
The Clay Toys
The Story of Scarface
The Buffalo Trap
Spinning Top
Sinopah's First Bow
Tracking a Mountain Lion
Sinopah joins the Mosquito Society
Available since: 11/02/2018.

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