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dogs began to bark and faces turned, and a man got up from the ground and stepped out, waiting, and it came to Summers that this was White Hawk, White Hawk and years and weather, squinting to make out a face as altered as his own.
" It is good to see my brother."
A shout came out of White Hawk, a sudden, childish shout, and he ran up while Summers dismounted and held out his hand like a white man, saying, "Big Hunterl I thought you had gone to the spirit land."
Summers had to hunt for the words that used to come so easy. "I have been too many moons away." Of all the Indians he had known, the Shoshones were the friendliest, friendly in a simple, trustful way, though they would steal you blind like any others. They were the friendliest and the gayest-spirited, and they gathered round him now, young men and old in pieces of leather and children bare as new-hatched birds, curious about the looks and manner and getup of the man that called them brother. Squaws eyed him from the lodges, and lean dogs came sniffing, as if agreeable to peace.
" There is meat in my lodge and a robe to sleep on," White Hawk said.
" White Hawk is good. I lead many white men and their squaws, to the big water."
" Your squaw, too?"
" My squaw is dead."
" It is bad. It is bad for a man to have no squaw."
" It is bad. Do you hunt the Green still and the Lewis Rivers?"
" And we cross the mountains for the buffalo. The

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