This character is eventually faced with the decision of going with the Indians to find a suitable hunting ground or staying alone in a cabin to wait for his family whose arrival is questionable.
This character builds a cabin in the newly created Maine territory where he hopes to provide his family with a new life.
This character is trusted but is proven to be a thief.
This character is a wise leader who realizes that he and his people have to adapt to survive.
This character is skilled in the ways of living in the wilderness, is proud of his survival skills, and teaches these skills to his white brother.
This character is considered unattractive and seems to have inherited the opinions of his master.
This character makes a late appearance in the novel and makes unkind remarks...
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