Red Prophet - Chapter 2: Ta-Kumsaw and Chapter 3: De Maurepas Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2: Ta-Kumsaw and Chapter 3: De Maurepas Summary

Ta-Kumsaw sees what Hooch does to Jackson. In fact, any Red man who cares to pay attention would have. He could see a twisting in the smoothness of the land showing that something was being manipulated. Ta-Kumsaw stands outside the stockade all day, watching the Reds from all tribes going in with pelts or baskets, and coming out with small amounts of whisky, or even only as much as has already been consumed inside.

Standing there, he listens to the land and knows that he is now the Chief of all Red men who will lead them in the war to eradicate white men from their land. He sees his brother steal a keg of whisky and run from the white men with it on his shoulder. He stops his brother, trying to explain the changes that...

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