Red Prophet - Chapter 8: Red-Lover and Chapter 9: Lake Mizogan Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8: Red-Lover and Chapter 9: Lake Mizogan Summary

Calm has a difficult time settling his father. The tracks are no longer clear. Armor reminds them that Reds from Prophetstown are peaceful, and would never have signed their own names in the saddles of the horses. He makes the case that this is likely a job hired out by Bill Harrison. Tack Sweeper closes his eyes to survey the area, telling the group that so much happened that it is hard for him to sort out, even with his knack of being able to see events by standing where they happened. He recognizes Ta-Kumsaw's face in the crowd. Armor believes it, but is certain that he rescued the boys and says so. Al Senior disagrees, and tells Armor that it's all his fault for encouraging them all to be 'friends' with the Reds. Back in Vigor...

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