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THE LEGEND OF SWEATING MOOSE-BALLSA long time ago there was nobody on the land except for one Indian tribe The Cranchids Then the white man moved in burning down their huts killing all of the men and taking the women to be slaves They left all of the children alone to survive on their own One of the children was named Sweating Moose-Balls His father was the chief of the tribe and the greatest warrior that ever lived His name was Dancing Prairie Chicken Now that the chief was dead Sweating Moose-Balls would become the Chief at the age of eight wintersSweating Moose-Balls learned quickly and soon the other orphaned children were learning to collect food build shelters and hunt Many winters had passed and the village was as good as new Sweating Moose-Balls was already a man with a wife and five childrenOne day one of the hunters ran back to the village telling of white men in their forest Sweating Moose-Balls took his ten best warriors with him to avenge the death of their families They came into view of the enemy and Sweating Moose-Balls recognized one of them The man was old now but he had been the one who had killed his father The other ten warriors also recognized him along with a few of the older men Wanting revenge the tribe encircled the men and moved in Soon the white men were trapped and they noticed Sweating Moose-Balls stepped forward and spoke to the first old manYou are the one who killed my father he saidyes and we want to apologize Your mothers have taken over our houses and we need you to take them back the old man pleadedSweating Moose-Balls thought for a moment He could see that the man was sincere he was practically begging But then Sweating Moose-Balls got an idea He started to smileNo we will not take them back You are our prisoners now and
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