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wins a Mexican from a fellow tribesman. He gives Ileeta time to get used
to the tribes's ways and she chooses to stay in his house and bear him
a son. He is intrigued by the spirit of the medicine Ileeta wears around
her neck -- a cross -- and ventures into the white man's world to decipher
how powerful the medicine is.
Kiowa Indians -- Fiction
Indians of North America -- Fiction
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