The Big Sky - Chapters 19-21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19-21 Summary

The Mandan continues on its journey to the Blackfoot Nation. It is now the short autumn with winter approaching. The men did what they could to keep the Mandan moving. They have seen no Indians since leaving Fort Union, just an abundance of animals. They plan to build a fort before meeting with the Blackfoot and they dream of the fine furs they will catch for business.

Teal Eye is more animated and recognizes the lands of her own nation. Jourdonnais hopes to be recognized as the white man who returned her to her people and hopes it will be the beginning of a long and profitable business relationship. They look for a place to build their fort and find one above Teapot Creek. They all have visions of being warmly greeted by the Indians for the return of Teal Eye...

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