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Karana and her brother Ramo were gathering roots at Coral Cove when the Aleuts cane tothe island She ran to abush near where they came in the watch what would happen Herfather Chief Chowig greeted Captain Orvol the Russian who got off of the ship CaptainOrvol said that he and his 40 men had come to hunt sea otter and wished to camp out onthe island The Aleuts would get the otter pelts and they would get the goods that theAleuts had The aleuts camped out about a half a league fromt he villag of Galas-at Oneday when it looked like it was going to storm the Aleuts and Captain Orvol were gettingready to leave All the men from Galas-at ran with spears to to where they were loadingand when they wouldnt give themtheir fair share battle broke out The Aleuts left on theirboar and they had killed 27 men including Chief Chowig Since there whhere few men left the women took over their jobs There was a newchief Chief Kimki and one day he went to the country in the east to make a place forthem It was the time of the year that the Aleuts had come so they prepared in case theyretuned One day someone spotted a ship It turned out ot be from the place that Kimkiwent to take them to where he had gone They all went to the village to get their things and then went to the ship Ramo forgot his fishing spear and wanted to go back for it butKarana wouldnt let him so he ran ahead When Karana got on the boat he was not thereShe then saw him running along the beach with his fishing spear but they could not turnaround or wait for him becaus ethey would be driven into the rocks Karana flung herself overboard and swam to shore When she got there they wentback to the village where they found wild dogs
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