The Big Sky - Chapters 31-33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31-33 Summary

The year is 1842, and Boone has been with the Piegan's for five years. He liked the life and was happy with Teal Eye. Jim traveled a lot to various cities and came back with news. Boone was always happy to see him and was waiting for him to return from St. Louis.

Red Horn comes to talk to Boone about what they need for trading. He is worried about the animal stocks being depleted with all the hunting and trapping of the white man, but Boone tells him not to worry.

It is winter in Chapter Thirty-Two and Jim has returned. Jim tells Boone all the news. Dick Summers is married and has a pig farm. Jim tells Boone about the new steamboats and how many people are going to Oregon and California. Red Horn and some other Indians came to...

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