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Indian Games

by Andrew McFarland Davis

When the sides are equal the players will occupy an entire afternoon without either side gaining any advantage; at other times one of the two will gain the two games that they need to win. In this game you would say to see them run that they looked like two parties who wanted to fight. This exercise contributes much to render the savages alert and prepared to avoid blows from the tomahawk of an enemy, when they find themselves in a combat. Without being told in advance that it was a game, one might truly believe that they fought in open country. Whatever accident the game may cause, they attribute it to the chance of the game and have no ill will towards each other. The suffering is for the wounded, who bear it contentedly as if nothing had happened, thus making it appear that they have a great deal of courage and are men.

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2012
October 4
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
48
Pages
PUBLISHER
NETLANCERS INC
SELLER
NETLANCERS INC
SIZE
942.7
KB

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