Two Old Women: An Alaska Legend of Betrayal, Courage, and Survival Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Velma Wallis
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Chapter 1, Hunger and Cold Take Their Toll

• The People face starvation in the bleak winter.

• There is unusual cold and few animals to hunt.

• Hunters are fed first because hunting in the cold requires more energy.

• The People have cared for two old women for many years.

• The old women have the character flaw of complaining.

• The chief announces that the council has decided to leave the old women behind.

• Leaving old ones behind has been done before, but never by this band.

• Ozhii Nelii is afraid that she and her son will be left behind if she defends the old women.

• Shruh Zhuu is afraid the hunters will take desperate action.

• Shruh Zhuu hides a hatchet for the old women.

• Chi'idzigyaak is angry at Ozhii Nelii's weakness in failing to defend her.

• Sa' argues that it is better to die trying than sitting.

Chapter 2, Let Us Die Trying

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