Thunder Rolling in the Mountains - Chapters 5 - 8 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter Five, the Ne-mee-poo prepare to cross the big river called the Snake, which will take them to the land through which they can walk to their new home. The crossing will be perilous due to the season, when waters run high, and Chief Joseph and his brother Ollokot oversee the preparations while Too-hul-hul-sote complains and yells at the white soldiers who stand by, watching but not helping. Finally, the Ne-mee-poo bands, five in all, gather to cross the river together. One is led by Chief Joseph, one by Too-hul-hul-sote, and the others have their own leaders.

Using rafts, the Ne-mee-poo cross the river and get their livestock to the other side as well, with many losses in cattle along the way. However, when Chief Chief Joseph, Springtime, and Sound of Running Feet are in line to cross, Springtime tricks her husband...

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