"Heap o' dem 'ar sticktights furder 'long hyar," observed Cudjo, anxious to be showing the wonders.
It would have taken a team of oxen to have pulled him out, as Cudjo remarked with a grin.
As I have said, Cudjo had already discovered that our stream contained fish, and had caught several of them.
I ran ahead of my companion, as Cudjo was rather slow of foot.
I have some salted bear's meat that you'll be welcome to; and may be Cudjo can spare a little meal.
The faithful Cudjo was contented, as he alleged, with any lot, so long as he might share it with us.
So Cudjo went lustily to work with his axe; and the white sycamore chips were soon flying in every direction.
While the boys and I had been engaged at this work, Cudjo was not idle.
He was the owner of considerable property, and among his possessions was an old negro named Cudjo.
That was a part of the performance that Cudjo understood as well as any other.