"The Bear", 285 (Event)

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Page Number: 
285
Order within Page: 
1
First 8-10 words of event: 
The next morning they left the camp three hours
Page Event Ends: 
285
Era: 
Reconstruction (1866-1889)
Characters Present: 
Narrative Status: 
Narrated
Date: 
Sunday, November 11, 1877 to Friday, November 30, 1877
Summary: 

The day after showing the boy hunter the bear's claw marks and paw print, Sam Fathers puts the boy in a different stand, this time in a small bayou, "a place which he had never seen before," where he can hear a woodpecker "clatter[ing] at a dead limb" (285).

Chronological Order: 
10.10
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Keywords: 
Hunting, Movement:wagon, Camp, Daylight, Movement:mule, Solitude, Loneliness, Morning, Gun, Animal:Woodpecker, Flora:Gum_Tree, Bayou, Flora:Cane, Vernacular:Lord_to_God, Vernacular:Negro,
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