Identify one Pikuni value communicated: a man’s worth is in his quality of horses



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Chapter 1

  1. Identify one Pikuni value communicated: a man’s worth is in his quality of horses

How do you know it’s a value? his number of wives.

It is a value because White Man Dog

strives for them in order to feel a

man.

Women want a man with a fine gun and strong horse.

Men told stories, women listened


  1. What is the time, place, and situation? Winter, when he is 18 years old.

Time of forts, guns, alcohol

WMD wonders about his future

  1. Who are the significant characters or groups of people in this chapters?

  • White Man’s Dog

  • Pikunis, Kainahs and Siksikas

  • The boundaries - Chief Mountain, Backbone of the World, Two Medicine River

  • Rides-at-the-door - his father

  • Kills-close-to-the-lake - father’s third wife

  • Above Ones and Seven Persons

  • Lone Eaters - a band of the Pikunis tribe




  1. Table of words




blackhorn skull pillows

blackhorn

many-faces man

skinned-tree houses

Cutthroats and Parted Hairs

white man’s water/Liar’s Medicine

buffalo visions

buffalo

medicine man

log home

Assiniboine

and Sioux

alcohol

Cree’s medicine


5. Identify one example of foreshadowing? His thoughts of Kills-close-to-the-lake

6. I Wonder questions I wonder how he knows it is a bad thought to think about his step mother in a sexual way.

I wonder how they got the alcohol

  1. Created names (3) Cold Maker = Winter, Star-that-stands Still= North star.

Eagle Head?

Iron Breast?

Chapter 2

  1. Identify one Pikuni value communicated: You are chosen by your accomplishments.

It is good for the people to take notice of

one’s potential.

It is important to pay for medicine with horses.

How do you know it’s a value? It is something that makes Rides

-at-the-door

  1. What is the time, place, and situation? Same night as chapter 1, little

later. Fast Horse informs WMD

that he has been included in

the raiding of Crow’s horses.

He also arranged for them to go to

Mik-api for good luck

In the lodge, Rides-at-the-door sensed a change in

WMD and hoped it was a change for the better.

  1. Who are the significant characters or groups of people in this chapters?

Fast Horse - 17 years old, soon to inherit Beaver Medicine bundle

Yellow Kidney -

Running Fisher - younger brother of WMD by two years

Mik-api - the medicine man

  1. Table of words




wood-biter

Snakes

Napikwans

Sun Chief


Night Red Light

big-leaf trees

beaver

Shoshone

white man

Sun


Moon

cottonwoods

  1. Identify one example of foreshadowing? Foreshadowed Fast Horse’s inheritance

  2. I Wonder questions I wonder why FH thought of WMD - was it

really to benefit WMD?

How did Running Fisher get so lucky?

When do you get to tell Napi stories?

  1. Created names (3) Car=fast-wagon, pear=long apples



Chapter 3

  1. Identify one Pikuni value communicated: Respecting what dreams say.

How do you know it’s a value? They follow what the dream says.

  1. What is the time, place, and situation? Yellow Kidney waits for the group to gather to begin their trip; he’s concerned about WMD’s bad lucky and Fast Horse’s recklessness - “wanting too much.” He would watch out for warning signs. The good signs were the kit-fox and golden eagles. While at Red Old Man’s Butte - Fast Horse told his dream: Cold Maker requested a rock be moved and two bull robes for the help he will give them. After the ninth day, they reached the land of the enemy.WMD tells of his dream about the black dog leading him into camp to a lodge of a girl with a white face.




  1. Who are the significant characters or groups of people in this chapters?

-Yellow Kidney - 38, owns the only rifle of the group, most experienced

-Eagle Ribs - experience horse-take, scout, wrestler

-Owl Child - a Pikunis who caused trouble driving away horses and cattle, killed a party of woodcutters near Fort Benton.

  • Malcolm Clark - trader, white-man, married Cutting-off-head Woman, named by the Indians as Four Bears, bad temper, raised whitehorns, and chiefs respected him.

  • Medicine Stab - a man in the party




  1. Table of words




many-shots gun

wags-his-tail

prairie-runners

Women Don’t Walk

whitehorns

Many Houses

repeating rifle

white tailed deer

antelope

some mountain

type of cattle

Fort Benton

  1. Identify one example of foreshadowing? Dreams of Fast Horse and WMD

Yellow Kidney’s observation of the

Napikwans wanting to make war on the Pikunis and that “the people would suffer greatly.” (16)

  1. I Wonder questions I wonder about the ability to see dreams so clearly and to understand the dreams meaning. Was this typical of all Indians or were only dreams revealed when the dream needed to be remembered and paid attention to?




  1. Created names (3) Unfaithful Mountains=Crazy Mountains.


Chapter 4

  1. Identify one Pikuni value communicated: They value the tradition of the medicine

bag and honor the person who holds it.

Your parents reputation can help you.

Always prepare for raids by praying and

painting body, etc.

How do you know it’s a value? -YK treats FH differently because of his

dad’s position in the tribe

  1. What is the time, place, and situation? Two nights before the raid. Fast Horse cannot find the springs to remove the rock. Yellow Kidney decides to proceed with the raid and instructs Eagle Ribs to scout ahead for Bull Shield’s camp. Eagle Ribs notices a larger camp than normal, that Napikwan tents amongst the camp. WMD prepares for the raid and promises to Thunder Chief in return for success a sacrifice at the medicine poll during the Sun Dance. While gathering the horses, WMD kills a young Crow boy. ER, FH, YK enter the camp



  1. Who are the significant characters or groups of people in this chapters?

Bull Shields - Crow chief

Boss Ribs - father of Fast Horse, holder of one of three Beaver Medicine bundles.

Head Carrier - great warrior, owner of FH’s shirt

Rattler - 15, boy amoungst the Pikuni raiders

Medicine Stab - quiet, one of the raiders
4. Table of words


Black Faced Butte

sun dogs

Thunder Chief

spear-leaf grove










halo

god/spirit of storms













  1. Identify one example of foreshadowing? WMD’s confidence may foreshadow a

coming leadership role

  1. I Wonder questions I wonder why YK didn’t say anything about Bull Shields before they left, why did he wait?

Although it snowed, can parts of a dream be true and not others?

Will WMD regret killing the boy?

7. Created names (3)

Chapter

  1. Identify one Pikuni value communicated:

How do you know it’s a value?

3. What is the time, place, and situation?

  1. Who are the significant characters or groups of people in this chapters?

  2. Table of words








































  1. Identify one example of foreshadowing?

  2. I Wonder questions

  3. Created names (3)



Chapter

  1. Identify one Pikuni value communicated:

How do you know it’s a value?

3. What is the time, place, and situation?

  1. Who are the significant characters or groups of people in this chapters?

  2. Table of words








































  1. Identify one example of foreshadowing?

  2. I Wonder questions

  3. Created names (3)



Chapter

  1. Identify one Pikuni value communicated:

How do you know it’s a value?

3. What is the time, place, and situation?

  1. Who are the significant characters or groups of people in this chapters?

  2. Table of words








































  1. Identify one example of foreshadowing?

  2. I Wonder questions

  3. Created names (3)






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