Translation Once there were two women: an old lady, and one of her daughters. They were from over there towards Inger. See now, it was long ago, they just lived there in a wigwam. And at that time, once they went net-fishing, they intended to eat fish. And they departed, towards evening they went to set their nets. And along towards morning, very early, they departed, embarking in their canoe. See now, they had a birchbark canoe they used that summer. And while they were paddling along, they saw a deer swimming, a big buck after all. And the young woman said: "Okay Mom, please let's kill him." "Okay" says the old lady.
Statistics Canada (30,000) - United States (20,000) - Total (30,000)
Classification Algic | Algonquian

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