By Mary Ellen Snodgrass

Notwithstanding reared as a Lenni Lenape Indian, fifteen-year-old precise Son, as soon as known as John digital camera Butler, used to be ordered again to the white guy. It was once very unlikely for precise Son to think that his humans have been white and never Indian. He had realized to hate the white guy. And now he realized to hate his new father, his new residence, his new kinfolk. He hated the identify John Butler. the place did he belong now--and the place may possibly he go?From the Paperback version.

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Because the white people of Paxton feel racially superior, they metaphorically enslave Bejance and treat True Son with suspicion. Examples of other frontier literature dealing with racial conflict include Edna Ferber’s Giant, Laurence Yep’s Dragonwings, Ruthanne Lum McCunn’s Thousand Pieces of Gold, and Dee Brown’s Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, a testimony to frontier genocide—the killing of an entire race of people. • law and order, a core issue in the ill-defined territories as they passed from open range and forest to settled farm, hamlet, and town.

Dugout the world’s first boat, a heavy wooden canoe made by peeling bark from a stout tree trunk, flattening the bottom with a plane, and then burning out the heartwood. • thong a rawhide tether sliced from dried animal skin and used like cord or twine. • fish weir an artificial V-shaped channel or dam in a stream that forces eels and fish into a net. • gauntlet a punishment course lined by facing rows of enemies who strike the runner with kicks, punches, lashes, and blows from clubs and tomahawks.

The community’s need to have some type of police enforcement is evident in the details of the shooting. Apparently, the Indian was set up to encounter the area’s most racist citizen, Wilse Owen. His death from gunshot to the side and back suggests a cowardly ambush from behind, followed by scalping. ” Although the Indians ask for True Son, either no one makes the connection of friendship or no one cares. F 7/12/99 10:04 AM Page 41 41 expressed is whether they were an advance party of attackers.

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