Walk the world's rim

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Harper & Row, 1965 - Juvenile Fiction - 168 pages
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At the end of the 16th century, Chakoh, a young Indian boy living in what is now East Texas, travels with three Spaniards and an African slave, Esteban, to Mexico. On the way, Esteban teaches Chakoh the Spaniards' ways, but as they develop a friendship, Chakoh learns lessons of honor and courage, and to despise slavery rather than the slave.

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User Review  - Hollie Perry - Goodreads

What a great story of American History in regards to the Indians, the first settlers and the slaves. My 9 yr old really got a feel for each persons roll in that time. I loved how she could connect with both the Indians, their way of life, and the slaves, and the sadness that surrounded them. Read full review

Contents

The Years Before
1
Two Questions
15
Three a Strong Medicine
28
Copyright

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