Objects & Places from Two Old Women: An Alaska Legend of Betrayal, Courage, and Survival

Velma Wallis
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Hatchet

This valuable object saves the women's lives.

Babiche

This material has many uses, including transporting heavy loads.

Campfire

This object provides opportunities for unusual conversation.

Embers

This material is carried from place to place in mooseskin sacks.

Snowshoes

Making these is the second skill the old women recall.

Squirrels

One of these provides the women's first food.

River

This provides abundant food in the summer.

Grouse

This animal is a sign that spring is coming.

Mosquitoes

These creatures make the women feel safer in their campsite.

Bull Moose

This creature takes Sa' on a long chase.

Smoke

This is the first sign to Daagoo that the women are alive.

Dried Fish

This is a gift from the women to the tribe.

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