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The story The Last Of The Mohicans takes place in eastern Canada and in the area of modern New York State This area is also called the StLawernce Low Lands The book takes place in the year 1757 during the third year of the colonial wars between England and France The books main character is about a man named Hawkeye who is a white man but his parents were killed and he was raised by a mohican man named Chingachgook In the book Hawkeye helps a English soldier named Duncan who is escorting the two daughters of a English General Named Munro to Fort William Henry Hawkeye Takes them to the Fort will it is under attack Then the fort is captured by the French and everyone in the fort must leave While they are leaving they are attacked by a band of Indians led by A Indian chief named Magua During the battle Hawkeye escapees With Cora and Alice The Cora and Alice are captured by Magua Then Hawkeye and Uncas go after them and Cora and Uncas are killed Chingachgook and Uncas are the only Mohicans left and when Uncas dies Chingachgook is the last one giving the book its title The main character of the book is Hawkeye Hawkeye is described as having a big head and narrow shoulders His arms are long and skinny and he has small hands He also has thin legs which are very long Hawkeye is much like a Metis Because he is white and educated but raised an Indian Hawkeye at first does not want to get involved in the war he only wants to go and trap and make some money He only wants to take them to the fort but then he falls in love and he stays In the book Hawkeye faces a big challenge Munros daughters are taken hostage by a ruthless Indian chief named Magua Hawkeye tries saving them but Cora
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