Woods Runner - Chapter 5, The British and Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, The British and Chapter 6 Summary

Samuel's skill from growing up in the woods are on display in Chapter 5 as he examines the evidence left at the settlement by the attackers. Using his tracking skills he spots the tracks of his parents' moccasins showing that they were moving quickly and pushed or dragged for a time. He finds the tracks of larger, flatter feet in moccasins, but also the tracks of men wearing hard-soled shoes, which were unusual among frontier settlers. From his tracking, he is able to tell that several settlers, including his parents, were captured unhurt and were led away by men on horses, possibly tied together and made to walk behind. Guessing the time of the attack and the speed they were moving he estimates how far the attackers have probably gone. his estimate proves incorrect he is...

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