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He told him when he, Coyote, was within the tepee, to attack it.
He lied to me about the gun; he has come into the council tepee of the Chis-chis-chash and lied to all the chiefs.
THE WAY OF AN INDIANFREDERIC REMINGTON
Sacred Otter took a seat, but the owner of the tepee never looked his way, smoking on in stolid silence.
Sacred Otter spent the long, cold nights in making a model of the Snow-tepee and painting it as he had been directed in his dream.
So he made a small tepee, or tent, out of the buffalo's hide, and both crawled inside.
Upon his return, he saw a tepee pitched on the edge of his farm and went over to see what it was there for and who was in it.
The fire was burned down well and was a glowing bed of coals in its depression in the center of the tepee.
It was in the spring, she continued slowly, and old Peboan sat alone in his ragged tepee.
The old men Nah-kee and Umbas-a-hoos sat smoking over their talk in the purple shade of a tepee.
They walk all one green-grass beside their long-horned buffalo, hauling their tepee wagons over the plains.

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