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Caddie Woodlawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12, Ambassador to the Enemy Summary

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Chapter 12, Ambassador to the Enemy Summary

Caddie rides Betsy through the snow and over the icy river. She finds her way through the woods as the light fades and finally finds the Indian camp. Caddie is overjoyed to see the Indian men are not decked out in war paint and feathers. Instead, the women are cooking around the fires.

The Indians approach Caddie, who now is blue with cold. She asks for John, and the Indians recognize the white man's name for one of their braves. Caddie is happy that the Indians are not on the warpath and that her father was right that the Indians are their friends and can be trusted. She wonders if the Indians will believe her when she tells them the white men are planning a massacre.

Indian John emerges and asks Caddie, who he calls Missee Red Hair, if...

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