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A Book of Brave Deeds

He Saw The Whole Body of Warriors, Shouting And Gesticulating Wildly

A Book of Brave Deeds

In the 1850s in the Pacific North-West, there was a war between the white settlers and the local Native American tribes. The white settlers were caught off guard by the sudden aggression, but one young boy of 15 snuck into their camp in the middle of the night and cut all their canoes loose into the tide, where they were washed away. Tus saving his settlement. 

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