Written and Produced by Donald Davies.
The Redskins hold many prisoners, palefaces, blackfaces, and faces of unknown colour. They powwow in their camps of the Five Tribes of Wah on the banks of the Taffywatah. The Big Chief Yum-yum-tummy-yum orders his captives to be brought before him, and to the delight of the little chiefs, the braves, the squaws, and the papooses the prisoners are forced to earn their ransom in Song and Story.
Careful attention must be paid to the original Red Indian expressions, which well repay close study.
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