Woods Runner - Chapter 8, Wounds and Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, Wounds and Chapter 9 Summary

Samuel is surprised by the sudden sounds of muskets being fired and whooping from the Native Americans in the camp. They are dancing around the large campfire and firing their guns in celebration. Through the din he hears another sound, the sound of rifles being fired from beyond the camp. He sees a British soldier and an Indian fall down shot and realizes someone is attacking the camp. Raising his own gun and training it on a British soldier, Samuel is surprised by a sound behind him. He turns to see the two Indians that nearly spotted him earlier rushing toward him. He quickly fires his rifle and sees that he has hit one of them in the chest, but he cannot defend himself from the blow of the second one. He falls unconscious after being hit...

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