I still like that last sentence about as well as anything I have ever written. The designs for the Native American woman and child (and yes, Little Moose would definitely have called them “Indians” at that age) are based on a combination of the Algonquian peoples who might have lived in what is now Kekionga at the time of the first English settlements in North America, and the Paleo-Indians who might have lived there in the distant past. These shadowy First Inhabitants appear in several stories both written and (so far) unwritten.
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what manner of mysteries do I find here?