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The great chief, Maskepetoon

Kerry Wood

The great chief, Maskepetoon

warrior of the Crees

by Kerry Wood

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Published by Macmillan in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children"s stories, Canadian,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Indians of North America

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kerry Wood ; illustrated by John A. Hall. --
    SeriesGreat stories of Canada, Great stories of Canada
    ContributionsHall, John A., 1949-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS8545 O58 G7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 p. :
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26556031M

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The Great Chief: Maskepetoon, Warrior of the Crees. Kerry Wood, John A. Hall (Illustrator) Rating details 6 ratings 3 reviews. Kerry Wood dramatizes the life of Cree man Maskepetoon (c.

), through his youth as an impetuous warrior leading raids against the Blackfoot, his developing leadership, Maskepetoon book his eventual decision to promote peace among First Nations tribes in the face of white /5.

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And in the turbulent mids, that's exactly the kind of leader the Rocky Mountain As a leader, Maskepetoon was respected for his skill as a hunter, his generosity and his wisdom/5(1).

Maskeptoon is a miracle child who lead the Crees as an example of a Peacemaker. This book is a picture of the history of one man. As we all are related, we 5/5(1). About the Book. As a leader, Maskepetoon was respected for his skill as a hunter, his generosity and his wisdom.

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A Missionary who knew Maskepetoon, George McDougall, tells a story of the Cree Chief's combat skills by saying, "Once attacked by three Blackfeet he. The book, written by Egerton Ryerson Young, an itinerate preacher and missionary to the Canadian Native Americans in the late s, is a fascinating and inspiring account of Young’s work with the Cree people.

Maskepetoon The Indian Chief. One evening Maskepetoon was deeply moved by the missionary’s address on our Lord’s dying prayer. “Father, forgive them.”. The next day a band of Indians was approaching, in which was the man who had murdered Maskepetoon’s only son. His son, sent into a secluded valley, had never returned; and the son’s companion said that he had fallen over a precipice.

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