It is summer in Iroquois territory and the tribe has set up their temporary camp on the banks of a river, where the fish and game are plentiful. At the end of the season the men and women will pack up their huts and move to higher ground, where the winter floods will not reach them.
Content that their work in the camp is done, a group of men set out across the river to hunt and continue the day’s chores.
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