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pp 164- 183 Summary and Analysis

Both Russell and White are able to escape but are wounded and bleeding. Russell manages to get some water from the lake in his hat and the men drink. They hear the Indians in the distance celebrate, grabbing Russell's bullets and other loot. Russell's friend Elbridge is nowhere to be found, because the trappers have scattered. Finally, the two men see a Canadian, who kills two ducks for breakfast. Soon after, by a lake the men shoot a deer. By now it is September, and the men have to deal with rain and some snow while the men are on foot. Russell prepares the deerskin and uses it as a mantle to wrap in. The men are able to make to make moccasins of Elk hide. The men cross a pass in the Teton Mountains, which is not easy...

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