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"He counted coup - won honors in war, earning the right to wear the eagle feather - and dreamed his own medicine dream. After that no memories ever plagued him; he talked only Crow and thought only Crow and was only Crow." Chapter 1, Page 13

"Jim was suddenly and desperately homesick for Tom, and for the old, drifting, uncomplicated life, and the smell of beavertail bubbling over the fire." Chapter 4, Page 49

"After all, they were bone tired and hungry and half sick with worry, and they didn't trust him - yet. Why should they? Nine years and two thousand miles couldn't be wiped out in an hour." Chapter 5, Page 63

"Since the first day, all of them had ceased to think of the river as a mere body of water, rushing through natural causes to the sea. It was a monster, intent on their destruction, roaring with fury at their...

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