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Title: Sing Down the Moon


1
Sing Down the Moon
  • ByScott ODell
  • Johanna Jones

2
Chapter one
  • That year spring came early. The pine trees shook
    of the snow daring the months.

3
Chapter two
  • It was a big wonder that they had enough strength
    left to climb into their saddles when daylight
    came.

4
Chapter three
  • They gathered that night sang and they were so
    tiered out that they thought that they could not
    in their saddles.

5
Chapter four
  • I opened the gate and drove sheep across the
    river and up the trail.As the sheep bells tinkled
    in the slight canyon I sang little sang to myself.

6
Chapter Five
  • The Spaniards made a small fire and warmed
    corncakes. They offered running bird and of some
    of the food, but we said that we are not hungry.

7
Chapter seven
  • Bells sounded far of and an Indian girl came
    running to let us in. What tribe she belonged to
    I could not tell, but she was smiling and looked
    happier than the Nez Perce girl.

8
Chapter eight
  • When the next full moon was light enough to see
    by, running bird and I would steal away and take
    the road to home.

9
Chapter nine
  • On the night after the bailer Rosetta and I went
    to the church. I tried to go alone, for this was
    the night Nahant had told me to come but the
    Senora went with us.

10
Chapter ten
  • One of them must be camped there now. It is not
    good if he sees us. But we cannot go back. Nor
    can we get through the forest with out using the
    trail.

11
Chapter eleven
  • Night was falling as we again reached the stream
    and grove cotton woods. We had seen no sign of
    the Spaniard during the afternoon, but they were
    not vary far behind us endways.
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