Pretty-shield, Medicine Woman of the Crows Quotes

Frank Bird Linderman
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"Many things have happened to me. I am an old woman, Sign-talker." (Chapter One, 16)

"I did not doubt that Pretty-Shield had always 'made people notice' her." (Chapter Two, 31)

"I am going to The-beyond-country now." (Chapter Three, 42)

"Stop! Stop! We have lost the baby!" (Chapter Five, 67)

"I'm sorry. I did not mean to kill you, my friend." (Chapter Six, 81)

"Running buffalo was a man's business, anyhow." (Chapter Seven, 95)

"Yes, Mr. Linderman, she is a good woman. I do not know how some of these people could have lived without her. She is charity itself." (Chapter Eight, 96)

"Did any of the animal-people ever talk to you, Sign-talker?" (Chapter Nine, 118)

"See. There is great power in little things." (Chapter Twelve, 160)

"Give me good luck, and a good life." (Chapter Thirteen, 166)

"Daughter, we have not always lived together, but before this sun touches the world we may die together." (Chapter Fourteen, 171)

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