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Once, an Ojibwa man had three daughters and had to raise them himself after his wife died. The three sisters were to share the work of gathering firewood, cooking and sewing clothes.
However the sisters were cruel and put all the work on the youngest sister. the fire from the cooking fire would singe her hair while the soot from the fire covered her face.
When the father returned he saw poor sootface and asked "What has happened to my poor daughter?" "That one is clumsy. She tripped over her own feet and rolled through the ashes." said the eldest sister. The middle sister said, "We tell her to be careful, not to go too ner to the fire, but she does not heed our warnings."
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