Dalva - 'Michael', pg. 182 - 213 Summary & Analysis

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'Michael', pg. 182 - 213 Summary

In the last section of this chapter, Michael wakes to find a coyote eating one of the geese, which concerns Michael, so he plans to ask Lundquist for a plan. Back at work, Michael discovers that Northridge was, in fact, married to Aase. Northridge discovered the government was planning to move the Sioux again to the Dakotas, in direct violation of the treaties. His Reverend told him the Sioux were dying so fast, he should focus on saving souls. Northridge rode to find the farmers, the Jensens, he helped settle, and brought them gifts in exchange for a marriage to young Aase. He was told she was ill with tuberculosis, but he did not care. The two courted, and Aase spoke kindly of an Indian named Sam Creekmouth. Aase fell asleep one afternoon during a picnic, and when she woke, the two kissed...

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