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

Frank Bird Linderman
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Chapter Seven Summary and Analysis

The next day, Pretty-Shield brought Frank tobacco-seed, a ceremonial herb planted by the Crow. Frank had had tobacco-seed before but gave it to colleges for study. This time, he intends to plant the seed for himself. He wants to grow some to study it. He notes that the Crow say they discovered it on the south side of the Yellowstone River.

Frank asks again about Pretty-Shield's life as a little girl. She notes again that her youth was a happy time. Her next story begins on a hot summer day; her village was spending its tenth day on the Missouri River. They were going to a country that was not nice. On that day, an older girl suggested the girls stop to swim in a creek. When they were finished, they left to catch up with the other girls...

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