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The Great Bear Hunt
The day was most beautiful beside the Lander's peak, in the Rocky Mountains.
The sun and the sky was as beautiful and blue as water in the lake beside the peak. There
were two little Indian tribes beside the lake. It was really comfortable for the Natives to
stay beside the lake because they could bathe themselves and get water from the lake. It
was also not hot because the mountains brought the coolness to the area. Some trees
separated the two tribes. The tribe closer to the peak was called Kakhui and the other
tribe was called Monhawk. Both of the tribes were very warlike, and always fought with
Hunting was a very religious and important activity for both of the tribes. There
were a lot of animals in the Rocky mountains. There were wild cows, wild birds and
tigers. The most important and hard to capture was the bear. If a tribe caught a bear they
earned a lot of respect from all of the other tribes in the are. There were not a lot of bears
in the are, but there were a lot of hunters to catch them. …
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