Chapter Seven

Kingston, W. H. G.
March 2008
Trapper's Son;3/ 1/2008, p36
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Chapter 7 of the book "The Trapper's Son" is presented. It explores the life of Laurence, the old trapper's son, as a Sioux Indian hunter where he hunts buffalo and how the Sioux Indian tribe delighted in him because of the presents from the citizens of the fort. Also, it mentions that the Cree Indians have shot the Sioux Indian hunters and describes how Laurence survived in the blistering snow.


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