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Jason's Gold - Study Guide Part 2, Chapters 14-19 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter fourteen, Hawthorn finally makes it to Lake Bennett, which has been the biggest goal to date. Hawthorn spends three days on the overly crowded lake. At one point, the lake seems to be filled with hundreds of caribou. Many of the Klondikers are shooting the caribou for the meat. Hawthorn follows suit, excited by the prospect of having meat for the first time in a very long time. Hawthorn shoots the caribou and then struggles with getting it to the shore. A man steps forward to help and dresses the caribou. Hawthorn takes only the hindquarters because the entire caribou would be too heavy for the canoe and there is no way to preserve the meat at this point.

Hawthorn continues to worry about the Mounties. The man at the shore says that the Mounties were somewhat lenient in August, but...

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