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One Thousand White Women Chapter Summary & Analysis - 3 June, 1 June and 4 June 1875 Summary

Jim Fergus
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3 June, 1 June and 4 June 1875 Summary

The camp is festive, like a country fair. The Kelly girls are acting as bookmakers for the hard-gambling Indians, who bet on the organized games. The southern Cheyennes have brought many items of civilization with them, and betting is intense. The festivities are being held to celebrate the arrival of the southerners and the beginning of the summer hunts. The June 1st entry is out of chronological order, and it is not clear whether it is intentional. It may be a way to reveal the raucous, busy tenor of the events that are keeping May busy.

A small child leads her blind old grandfather to compete in a shooting contest. Black Coyote goes first, and hits a bullseye with his new rifle. Old "Stares at Sun" puts a sewing needle in his mouth, blows a breath of air, and they find...

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