Thunder Rolling in the Mountains - Chapters 13 - 16 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter Thirteen, Sound of Running Feet is just adjusting to the shock of witnessing the raid the day before, when she is summoned to meet with Lean Elk. She prepares for a stern lecture, and is not surprised when Lean Elk tells her, “Next time obey your father…Ne-mee-poo women do not fight” (70). He is slightly amused by her indignation, but Sound of Running Feet knows she did get under the warriors’ feet during the raid and does not protest further.

Then, the Ne-mee-poo left the meadow where they were camping and set off into the Land of the Spirit Fountains, where they stop for food. Suddenly, their scouts ride quickly up to the group, bringing white settlers with them. Two of them are women, whom Sound of Running Feet names Yellow Hair and Dirty Face, according to their appearances. The chiefs...

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