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THE APPEAL TO THE GREAT SPIRIT Owaissa, the Indian Squaw, sat before the tepee watching little Litahni play with the colored stones.
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So, lest anything should happen to the little one, Owaissa made it her chief task to be where the child was and to teach her the things she wanted her to know.
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Three years before, the good missionary who was leaving the encampment had said to Owaissa, "Soon there will come to your tepee a little child.
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And the words of the missionary had burned into the very soul of Owaissa.
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Then Owaissa said, "The thunder cannot hurt you, dear.
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And all the tribe loved Litahni, the beautiful daughter of Black Hawk and Owaissa.
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Even as the animals had given their skins that her father might be warm, so she was ready to give her little light to make him happy and comfortable, even as Owaissa, her noble mother, had done.
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Sent the bluebird, the Owaissa, Sent the Shawshaw, sent the swallow, Sent the wild-goose, Wawa, northward, Sent the melons and tobacco, And the grapes in purple clusters.
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From the tree-tops sang the bluebird, Sang the bluebird, the Owaissa, "Chibiabos!
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Examples of Owaissa

Example #1
The child was the idol of the tribe, for was not her father the great chief Black Hawk who had done so much for his people?
Example #2
So, lest anything should happen to the little one, Owaissa made it her chief task to be where the child was and to teach her the things she wanted her to know.
Example #3
Three years before, the good missionary who was leaving the encampment had said to Owaissa, "Soon there will come to your tepee a little child.
Example #4
Should it be a little girl, teach her to see herself in the things about her, so that the birds, and the trees, and the flowers, and the winds may all help her to grow true and fine, even as they help the young braves to grow brave and strong.