Welcome to Braggsville - Chapter Twelve — Chapter Fifteen Summary & Analysis

T. Geronimo Johnson
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Chapter Twelve begins with Daron being asked again why he went along with Candice’s plans. He answered that he had done it because Candice put so much work into it. He had walked away after they’d been approached by a cop when Candice was burning the books needed to simulate Ishi’s ashes. Charlie and Louis had gone with him when he walked out. Daron later went back because he knew the other two would and he couldn’t let them go alone.

The next section is marked by a fuller quarter moon, and it includes a quote from John Collier, the commissioner of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The quote is about the sorry way the Americans had treated the Indians. Also included is a statement made four years later by the same man when he worked as...

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