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moccasin
used in When the Legends Die

21 uses
  • He finished the moccasin and examined it, was satisfied with his workmanship.
    Chapter 49 (83% in)
  • Spare moccasins for herself and the boy.
    Chapter 1 (84% in)
  • She had made the moccasins, and the coat.
    Chapter 1 (94% in)
  • She made winter moccasins and winter leggings and shirts, and when she had done these things she wove baskets.
    Chapter 6 (13% in)
  • She went outside and saw the plume of fine snow that is like a cloud over a big slide, and she knew that the night's freeze had loosened the ice on the high ledges and the morning's sun had started a trickle somewhere, a trickle that was like wet mud under a moccasin.
    Chapter 6 (51% in)
  • He wore a breechclout and moccasins in the summer and in the winter he wore the winter leggings and the winter shirt.
    Chapter 9 (43% in)
  • He was just a youngster, ten or eleven years old, and he was dressed in the old way, moccasins, leggings, clout, no shirt, and braids.
    Chapter 11 (9% in)
  • His eyes were not as good as they had been twenty years before, but they still knew a boy's moccasin track and a cub bear's paw print when he saw them, half a mile from the road, in the creekbank mud.
    Chapter 11 (98% in)
  • Blue Elk found the path, found the boy's moccasin prints.
    Chapter 12 (4% in)
  • The boy took off his moccasins and his clout and bathed himself in the pool, and when he asked why Blue Elk did not bathe, Blue Elk said, "I am an old man."
    Chapter 12 (78% in)
  • Thomas put one on his foot, then threw them both aside and put on his moccasins again.
    Chapter 14 (3% in)
  • The next night he took off his shirt and pants, put on his clout, his leggings and his moccasins, took a blanket: from his cot, and climbed out the window.
    Chapter 17 (2% in)
  • He started up the path his own moccasins had helped to make.
    Chapter 17 (42% in)
  • The next morning he put on his shoes instead of his moccasins.
    Chapter 18 (20% in)
  • When he had finished the lodge he took another deer, cured more meat for the winter; and he made rawhide from a part of that skin, for moccasin soles and snowshoe webbing, made leather from the rest of it for winter moccasins and leggings.
    Chapter 49 (9% in)
  • When he had finished the lodge he took another deer, cured more meat for the winter; and he made rawhide from a part of that skin, for moccasin soles and snowshoe webbing, made leather from the rest of it for winter moccasins and leggings.
    Chapter 49 (10% in)
  • He cut the leather for winter moccasins and shaped their rawhide soles.
    Chapter 49 (18% in)
  • And one afternoon, sitting in the sun, sewing the sole on a moccasin, he thought again of the bear.
    Chapter 49 (20% in)
  • He shifted the moccasin between his knees and awled more thread holes in the tough sole, then went on sewing.
    Chapter 49 (74% in)
  • The moccasin, like that lodge, was a part of the acceptance.
    Chapter 49 (85% in)
  • He went into the lodge, put the moccasin carefully away with its mate, put the awl in its case and laid away the coil of sinew.
    Chapter 49 (93% in)

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