Chapter Four

Kingston, W. H. G.
March 2008
Trapper's Son;3/ 1/2008, p18
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Chapter 4 of the book "The Trapper's Son" is presented. It explores how the friendship of the old trapper Michael Moggs and Ramsay started and how Ramsay carefully narrated his unforgettable experience with the savage Indians to his wife. Also included are the concerns of the Ramsays to the old trapper as well as to his son.


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