A Land Remembered - Study Guide Chapters 10, 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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When Tobias arrives home, he and Zech release their single cow from the pen for better grazing and soon encounter a bull in the nearby woods and cannot catch it for branding despite valiant efforts. A month later Zech is delighted to find a black marshtackie in the cow pen and two dogs tied up close by. Tobias surmises that the Seminole Indians have brought the animals in repayment for Tobias' kindness toward them. Tobias names the horse Ishmael in honor of the story about the Ishmaelites that Keith Tiger had told him at one time and Zech names the dogs Nip and Tuck.

Nip and Tuck are very helpful in rounding up the bull which has eluded Tobias. He is now able to corral the bull and mark it with the MacIvey brand. Ishmael, too, is proving invaluable in rounding up cows with an...

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