Long River

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Long River

Author: Joseph Bruchac

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Living with his wife Willow Girl among many human and animal friends, Young Hunter is reminded that the Only People must maintain a balance with nature in order to survive. 10,000 first printing. Tour. IP.

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Native Americans shared their cure for scurvy with Europeans. It comprised of bark and needles of the hemlock or pine tree and were boiled to make a vitamin C tonic.

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