Walking Two Worlds

  • Chapter One

  • The White Man Way

  • Narrator

    Hasanoanda held the plow handle tight.

    Profile Picture of Narrator in Walking Two Worlds
  • Profile Picture of Hasanoanda in Walking Two Worlds

    Hasanoanda

    โ€œWhoa,โ€

  • Narrator

    Hasanoanda shouted.

    Profile Picture of Narrator in Walking Two Worlds
  • Profile Picture of Hasanoanda in Walking Two Worlds

    Hasanoanda

    โ€œStop, Dover.โ€

  • Narrator

    Dover was the name of the Reverend Stoneโ€™s stubborn mule.

    Profile Picture of Narrator in Walking Two Worlds
  • It did not always obey.

  • That was why Hasanoanda had not wrapped the reins around his wrist.

  • He wanted to be able to let go if Dover decided to run.

  • He did not want to be dragged along behind.

  • That had happened last week to one of the new boys in the Tonawanda Baptist School.

  • Narrator

    That boyโ€™s Seneca name was Big Lake.

    Profile Picture of Narrator in Walking Two Worlds
  • He had been given a new white man name.

  • He was now George.

  • He also now had a sprained wrist.

  • Profile Picture of Hasanoanda in Walking Two Worlds

    Hasanoanda

    โ€œWhoa,โ€

  • Narrator

    Hasanoanda shouted again.

    Profile Picture of Narrator in Walking Two Worlds
  • He pulled harder on the reins.

  • Dover stopped.