The Big Sky - Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22-24 Summary

Jim kept a lookout for the Blackfoot who were wagering war on the Crow. The Blackfoot also kill any white men they find. The group was looking to meet Bridger's men. They see a herd of buffalo and set off after them. There is also a group of Indians or hunters; they don't know which. It was a group of men that they knew who are ahead of Bridger. Since they're been having trouble with the Blackfoot, Boone and the others have to tell them to stay away from Poordevil. After eating, the men departed.

In Chapter Twenty Three, Boone's group continues on toward Jackson Hole. They are now near the Grand Teton range. It is the first time for Jim and Boone, and Dick knows how exciting it is for them. He thinks of going home to Missouri and settling...

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