Pretty-shield, Medicine Woman of the Crows - Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

Frank Bird Linderman
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Chapter Two Summary and Analysis

Pretty-Shield says that the Crows could not live together and so the clans were scattered. They were able to find much Buffalo meat in those days, as the Buffalo were plentiful. Pretty-Shield says that she loved to imitate her mother, who would carry her children on her back. She also enjoyed setting up her little tepee, and never tired of moving. She then tells a story of catching and killing a calf as a young-girl with some other young girls and also covers other childhood playtime activities. The Crow often enjoyed clowning around and playing pranks on each other.

While Pretty-Shield admired her mother she spent more time with another woman, the only woman of Long-horse, the chief. Her name was Kills-good and Pretty-Shield tried to imitate her in everything. Pretty-Shield was also friends with her daughter, Good-cat-tails, who...

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