A Timid Brave, the Story of an Indian Uprising (Classic Reprint)

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"Do not grieve so, my husband. What are a few cattle to such a brave Maha as you?"

She hung over his bowed head with more tenderness than an Indians wife is usually allowed to show. She even ventured to smooth his brow and cheeks, on which a half-formed rage was struggling with perplexity. He did not resent her tenderness, nor did he reply at once. His head bent farther down between his clenched fists, and his deep sighs almost became sobs.

"Look at little Wattena playing at your knee," the woman went on. "Wakanda has given her to us. He has given us many more blessings. Let us pray to Him, and ask Him to give us back our cattle."

"There is no God!" the Indian muttered, fiercely. "He would not let me and my race be wronged so. He may exist for white Christians; He does not for us."

His wife had spoken in the soft Indian dialect. He had answered her in gruff English. She did not understand a word of this language, not having enjoyed with him the advantages of a training in a mission-school.

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