Fools Crow - Part 2, Chapters 15-17 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapters 15-17 Summary

Back in the Lone Eater Camp Fools Crow tells what happened. Killing a Napikwan is serious. Young Bird Chief suggests it is time to kill all Napikwans. Others agree until Rides-at-the-door tells the history between the Napikwans and the Pikunis. They learned to live with them, giving them lands and thinking the Napikwans would be satisfied, but the Napikwans continually break their word. The Pikunis have the right to hate them. All the men agree. They rather die fighting and retain their pride. Fools Crow gets caught up in the reasoning. Rides-at-the-door fought the Napikwans in his youth, but their numbers have grown. Three Bears wants no more killing. The Pikunis will be known for their wisdom and honor.

A lone rider heads toward Fools Crow. It is Fast Horse and he has been shot. Fools Crow delivers him...

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