Two guns won't amount to much if there 're Injuns in the ravine or the canebrake.
I reckon that all the young gentlemen had their fill of the canebrake.
I had to keep the horses in the canebrake so they could eat.
When they found him he was sleeping heavily, exhausted, in a canebrake.
The heavy oaken doors were as straws to him, and he plunged through them as a mad elephant dashes through a canebrake.
Another deer, this time obviously started up by himself, sprang from the canebrake and darted away in the woods.
He saw that he had arrived at a canebrake, or spot where a passage can only be made by fire or axe.
Wild flowers grow in profusion during the spring and summer, and the canebrake rises to a height of ten, twelve, or fifteen feet.
Then—from the canebrake on three sides of the clearing sprang the nimble-footed savages who had teased and outrun their horse.
They lay hid in a canebrake for some days, and then, after much difficulty, they made their way out of the country.