The Courage of Sarah Noble - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Alice Dalgliesh
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It is October and Sarah is accustomed to how the Indian village goes about their business. She helps the women with drying the corn and mentions that they have made her clothing out of deerskin just like theirs for when the months turn cold. She has fit in well with the village playing games with the children and learning things like weaving baskets. However at night she wakes to hear a long, low whistle and worries that it’s the Northern Indians coming to get the village. Sarah can feel that there is something going on with the Indian village and a growing danger.

In the morning Tall John tells her that there was a threat but it was taken care of. Sarah, her fears forgotten, starts to play a game with the children where they all line up their moccasins and hide a...

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