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They ate it greedily. It did not seem to harm them

They ate it greedily. It did not seem to harm them.jpg She laid the grass thickly over the sides of the little tepeeThumbnailsWe Hidatsas loved our good dogs, and were kind to themShe laid the grass thickly over the sides of the little tepeeThumbnailsWe Hidatsas loved our good dogs, and were kind to themShe laid the grass thickly over the sides of the little tepeeThumbnailsWe Hidatsas loved our good dogs, and were kind to themShe laid the grass thickly over the sides of the little tepeeThumbnailsWe Hidatsas loved our good dogs, and were kind to them
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But, as the puppies grew up, we began to feed them raw meat. My grandmother sometimes boiled corn for them, into a coarse mush. They were fond of this. As they grew older, any food that turned sour or was unfit for the family to eat was given me for my doggies. They ate it greedily. It did not seem to harm them.

Author
Waheenee--An Indian Girl's Story
By Waheenee
as told to Gilbert Livingstone Wilson
Illustrator: Frederick N. Wilson
Published in 1921
Available from gutenberg.org
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