Caddie Woodlawn - Study Guide Chapter 13-15 Summary & Analysis

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Although the massacre scare is over, the Indians are left unsettled and uneasy enough they decide to move away for a while. Indian John visits Caddie and leaves her with his dog, which has an injured foot and cannot travel far. He also leaves his scalp belt, passed down from his father. He will return in the moon of the yellow leaves for his possessions.

Tom immediately thinks of a plan: charge admission to let the kids from school see the scalp belt. But first they need a better name than “Indian John’s father.” So they come up with “Chief Bloody Tomahawk” as the name of the owner of the belt.

At school the next day, Mrs. Hankinson lets her boys know she is leaving with her tribe. That evening, Mrs. Woodlawn explains Mr. Hankinson married his wife when there were hardly any white settlers in...

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