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Tracks Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9, Nanapush Summary

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Chapter 9, Nanapush Summary

Nanapush says something is wrong when animals act differently. Kokoko, the owl, comes out during the day and hoots one note. One day, they hear men from the lumber company. Fleur is armed, but Nanapush asks her to let him find out what is happening. He goes to the Agent's office, and the Agent says a lumber company bought the land for a good price. The government had to allow the sale because of unpaid taxes. Nanapush tells the Agent that the fees were paid by Nector, Margaret, and the priest. He tells Nanapush that Nector and his mother used the money to pay for the Kashpaw land. Nanapush is shocked. The Agent tells him they had to charge a late payment fee. Margaret argued, but ended up paying for the Kashpaw land. The Agent calls Nanapush Grandpa, but he tells the Agent he is...

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