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Indian Lives and Anecdotes ca. 1886 - 1941 part 5 (ms158_b3f003_005.02.pdf)

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horse?" Me speak so "Sartin" "Tomor' mornin'? he's Sunday." Me says "Yes." "Now tomor' mornin', berry arly, me want you took it dis horse and gone up ribber Spose you found any crews on logs, you tell um stop. When you got up dam, spose he been h'ist, you tell um 'Shut down.' Spose he dont h'ist, you tell um not h'ist

Next mornin' berry arly, me took it horse Me gone up ribber; -- ribber an' road he run same way; road close by ribber. Fog on ribber so you cant see. By-by me hear it Peavy scratch on laidge. Me know crew pickin' on middle jam. Me left it horse; me gone down ribber, says "Hullo, boys" Speaks so "What you want?" Me say so "Come 'shore" He want know what for. Me tell 'um "Dem's orders, head quarters; Old Isaac she's Christian

Description: Pages from Fannie Hardy Eckstorm's notebook 10 (X)

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Language: English

Date: ca. 1886 - 1941

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