The red man of the forest and the prairie has had much to embitter his spirit against his enemies; but I will proceed.
"I'll forget my right hand sooner," said the big, red man calmly.
In former times the red man's wigwam, stood on these fields, and his council fires were kindled on this spot.
To-day the woods had been long cut, and the red man was gone.
A moment more and the measured stroke of a paddle betrayed the passage of the stout red man adown the stream.
Has not his people stolen the hunting grounds of the red man?
That's why the white man is so much richer and more powerful than the red man.
Like the French they would keep the red man and his forests unchanged.
As elsewhere stated in these pages, the pale face has been the great undoer of the red man.
But the red man did not consent—indeed, he did not understand.