Re: Smoke Signal to Shawnees [reply in kind]

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Posted by Goat Foot on April 19, 1999 at 15:39:31:

In Reply to: Re: Smoke Signal to Shawnees [reply in kind] posted by S.Girty on April 19, 1999 at 12:36:24:

: : To my Shawnee Brothers:

: : Long hard winter - no scalps taken. The Iroquois warriors wish to go south on the warpath. Anything doing in your part of the woods?

: : Goat Foot

: >Siyo Goat Foot ---

: Mah' Shawnee brothers 're helpin' me 'n followin' a red-headed forest child 'n' an ole' crone who 'ave trespassed onto thar' huntin' grounds, seekin' sum' sort of bur'eed treasure...
: On behalf of me Shawnee Brothers feel free tah' jine us in trackin' 'em, but ah' do not wish th' red-headed one ta' be harmed, ah' got me eye upon her, if'n ya' get mah' meanin' ;-)
: Y'all can 'ave any goods ya' find in thar' canoes, all I want is th' red-headed one 'n' this bur'eed treasure...

: Simon Girty
: [the Renegade Longhunter]

My Brother,

You ask too much and give too little - it is the way of the White Man. We would share in the buried treasure, since we are in need of powder and other supplies for our tribe. But we cannot return to the tribe without the trophies of the warpath. Would you make women of us like those skulking Delawares? No. We will help you recover your treasure, but we must take the scalps of The Redheaded One and the Old Crone to hang on the poles of our wigwams so our young women will smile on us and welcome us back to the camp.

Goat Foot

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