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  • The sulky crackling of half-frozen hides told him that the chief's moose-skin lodge had been struck, and even then was being rammed and jammed into portable compass.

    THE LAW OF LIFE

  • She tan moose-skin the best, and make the softest leather.

    CHAPTER 29

  • The men wore their wolf - and beaver-skin caps, with the gay-tasselled ear-flaps flying free, while on their feet were the moose-skin moccasins and walrus-hide muclucs of the north.

    CHAPTER 11

  • She occupied a big moose-skin "fly" (tent) the floor covered with furs and a robe of white swan-skins.

    “Samuel! There was a rolling wonder in the sound. Ay, there was!”

  • The father who loved his daughter too well to sell her as he would a beaver-trap or a moose-skin, or to compel her to become a wife, would have been glad to see her choose a protector from among the many

    Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 2 (of 3)

  • Everybody carried his gold sack, a little bag or sack made of chamois or moose-skin, and carried a certain amount of gold dust in that to use for change.

    The New Yukon

  • Indian regarded them thoughtfully, and again the toes wriggled comfortably beneath the pliable moose-skin covering.

    The Promise A Tale of the Great Northwest

  • Doret's dry moose-skin soles had a sure grip, hence he never hesitated, but the lieutenant's moccasins were like a pair of tin shoes now and, without warning, he lost his footing.

    The Winds of Chance

  • The proprietor shoved a clean, new moose-skin gold-sack through the wicket.

    The Winds of Chance

  • Going to the bed, Dextry turned back the blankets, exposing four moose-skin sacks, wet and heavy, where he had thrown them.

    The Spoilers

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