Chapter Eight

Kingston, W. H. G.
March 2008
Trapper's Son;3/ 1/2008, p40
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Chapter 8 of the book "The Trapper's Son" is presented. It explores the weak condition of Laurence, the trapper's son, in the snow and mentions how he was being welcomed and cared by the Cree Indians, particularly their chief. It also describes how he acquire understandings about the gospel of Christianity through the Ramsays.


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