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_A TRUE TALE OF THE MACKENZIE RIVER INDIANS_,
THE STORY OF OWINDIA.
A pretty open spot on the bank of the Great Mackenzie River was the
place where Owindia first saw light. One of the universal pine
forests formed the back ground, while low shrubs and willows, with a
pleasant, green carpet of mossy grass, were the immediate
surroundings of the camp.