Chapter One

Kingston, W. H. G.
March 2008
Trapper's Son;3/ 1/2008, p1
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Book Chapter
Chapter 1 of the book "The Trapper's Son" is presented. It explores the situation of the trapper, Michael Moggs, and his son Laurence in the western wilds of North America where there are several Indians roaming around. It highlights their daily routine such as fur skinning and trap checking. The trapped beaver and the death of their two horses killed by wolves are also mentioned.


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