Moccasin Trail Setting & Symbolism

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Moki

Jim's dog, he is well-trained and has been with Jim since his time at the Indian camp.

Powder River

Powder River is below the camp where Jim and Tom are camped as the story opens.

Missouri

Where Jim grew up with his white family in Missouri.

Bourgeways

The term Jim uses for the white people is bourgeways .

Talks Alone

Jim's Indian name is Talks Alone.

The Dalles

Jim goes to get his letter read and meets up with Jonnie and Sally in The Dalles.

The Crow

The Crow Indian tribe takes Jim in after he's attacked by a grizzly bear.

Bad Medicine

Bad Medicine is the name of Jim's mule.

Willamette Valley

Jonnie plans to settle with his brother and sister in the Willamette Valley.

Columbia River

Columbia River near The Dalles is a rough stretch of water and the group rafts their wagons down it for...

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