Woods Runner - The World, Chapter 7 and Warfare Summary & Analysis

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The World, Chapter 7 and Warfare Summary

In a section called "The World," Paulsen explains that other countries such as Spain, Germany and France became in involved in the American Revolutionary War. Native Americans also fought, on both sides.

In Chapter 7, Samuel moves on from Draper's Crossing. He has been moving for forty hours without food or water, and when he comes to a creek he moves away from the trail and crouches down for a drink. As he is crouched, he realizes there are two men standing nearby, but they do not see him because he crouched at just the right time. He sees they are Native Americans who have fresh scalps hanging from their weapons. He has the urge to kill them, but his rifle will fire only one shot and leave him to defend himself against the other man...

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