When the Legends Die - Part 2, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Hal Borland
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Part 2, Chapter 13 Summary

Blue Elk, Tom and the bear head for town. People are afraid of the bear and want to shoot it. The other Indians respect bears and they are not shocked at the sight of a boy in a clout with a bear cub at his heels. Blue Elk is concerned the others will make trouble over the bear.

Blue Elk takes Tom to the agency school, where he sees other Indian children. They look different to him, dressed in white man's clothes and only the girls wear their hair in long braids.

Blue Elk takes Tom to the agent, the head of the school, for questioning. Blue Elk, Tom and the bear cub entered the office. The bear cub causes alarm and Blue Elk talks Tom into putting a strong collar with chain on the bear and they tie him up...

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