Two Old Women: An Alaska Legend of Betrayal, Courage, and Survival - Chapter 8, A New Beginning Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, A New Beginning Summary

The two old women send the men back to The People with large bundles of dried fish to restore The Peoples' energy for the journey to their new camp. Daagoo and the other trackers tell the astonishing story of Sa' and Ch'idzigyaak and convey the women's wishes to be left alone. The Chief and others are ashamed for leaving them behind in the first place, but they intend to pay them back by giving them respect and obeying their wishes.

When The People arrive at the camp, the Chief meets with Sa' and Ch'idzigyaak. He is so excited to see them that he wants to embrace them, but they seem distant, so the three of them sit down on the ground to talk. They explain that they will give The People small amounts of food at a...

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