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But I cannot tell the whole of my story, for I was only a baby during those years. It is the custom of my mother's people, the Shoshones, that one can tell only what they have seen. When the Shoshones come to something they do not know, one who was there must tell the tale. (p. 2)

What was it like to be a captive? I can tell you this, I was soon sorry that I asked the river what it was like to travel...For when I was given what I asked for, it was not something that I wanted at all. (p. 15)

When the world was new, Wolf made it so that it was easy to travel the rivers. Wolf made it so the rivers flowed both ways. On one side of the river, the water flowed upstream. On the other side, it flowed downstream...Then Coyote came...

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