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Caddie Woodlawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13, Scalp Belt Summary

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Chapter 13, Scalp Belt Summary

The day after Caddie gets home from the Indian camp, life returns to normal at the settlement. Everyone goes home, and the "massacree" rumor has been recognized as a false alarm. Many settlers' fear and hatred of Indians, however, is permanently heightened, and some move away. The Indians understand the change, and they decide to move west for a season.

A few days later, Caddie comes home to find an Indian pony tied outside her house. Clara tells her that Indian John is inside, and he only will speak to Caddie. Indian John has scared Harriet and Mrs. Conroy half to death, but Caddie finds him inside with a piece of dried apple pie in each hand. Indian John's old dog lies at his feet.

Indian John tells Caddie his dog's foot is hurt, and the old animal cannot make the...

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