Samuel- Blood On The River
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You are a thief! It is not your locket, you STOLE it from MY shop.
Give me back the locket! It is mine, not yours! It was my mother's.
The sooner this thief is off the streets the better. He needs to be hanged.
No, it is not easy to balance during a storm.
Balance on one foot. Is it easy to balance during a storm?
You might have been independent in England, but here, we are a team. We are one.
We need to teach Namontack English so he can go back and share the word of God.
Samuel tried to take back his mother's locket from a shop. The shopkeeper and his son came after Samuel to get the locket back that he "stole." The shopkeeper and his son took the locket and said that Samuel should be hanged.
Captain Smith taught Samuel to be less independent and rely on people. Samuel couldn't balance on the ship for more than a second before he fell or before Captain Smith pushed him over.
As soon as Namontack arrived at Jamestown, Reverend Hunt wanted to teach him English so when he went back to his tribe he could share the Good Word of God. Samuel taught Namontack English and Namontack taught Samuel Algonquain.
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