The Big Sky - Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16-18 Summary

The men sleep outside and have a problem with mosquitoes. Boone and the crew were now dressed as Indians with their hair long and wearing moccasins . Boone still thinks about home and his family once in a while. He didn't want to go back, even though he wondered about them. Boone had been with the Mandan for a year.

The Mandan passed Fort Tecumseh and kept going. They were in the territory of the Rees where they couldn't hunt because of the territorial claims of the Rees. Meat was plentiful for the men and they bargained with the squaws for their services. Boone accompanies Summers to a meeting with Two Elks. The Rees will side with the white man in a war against the Sioux. One night while laying awake in camp, Boone sees two men sneaking into the camp. The...

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