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Inside the lodge

Inside the lodge.jpg Turtle’s hoe was made of the shoulder bone of a buffalo set in a light-wood handle, the blade firmly bound in place with thongThumbnailsOld Turtle made me a dolly of deer skin stuffed with antelope hairTurtle’s hoe was made of the shoulder bone of a buffalo set in a light-wood handle, the blade firmly bound in place with thongThumbnailsOld Turtle made me a dolly of deer skin stuffed with antelope hairTurtle’s hoe was made of the shoulder bone of a buffalo set in a light-wood handle, the blade firmly bound in place with thongThumbnailsOld Turtle made me a dolly of deer skin stuffed with antelope hairTurtle’s hoe was made of the shoulder bone of a buffalo set in a light-wood handle, the blade firmly bound in place with thongThumbnailsOld Turtle made me a dolly of deer skin stuffed with antelope hairTurtle’s hoe was made of the shoulder bone of a buffalo set in a light-wood handle, the blade firmly bound in place with thongThumbnailsOld Turtle made me a dolly of deer skin stuffed with antelope hairTurtle’s hoe was made of the shoulder bone of a buffalo set in a light-wood handle, the blade firmly bound in place with thongThumbnailsOld Turtle made me a dolly of deer skin stuffed with antelope hair
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Indians, when journeying, made the campfire outside the lodge in summer; inside the lodge, in winter. Usually a slight pit was dug for the fireplace, thus lessening danger of sparks, setting fire to prairie or forest. The fire was smothered with earth when camp was forsaken.

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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