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3 Young man did not go but through mysterious influence he was lead north to the big "wonderful water" Missouri River. here he fasted. In the night he would ^[[see]] wonderful works, fires spitting from unseen animals' mouths others fire on their heads. The fourth day he was still upon the edge of the bank when something wonderful happened. Up came up a Ta-wa'-Kix. The fish he had been dreaming so much. It had a soft white feather on the top of the head and red stripes across the head.
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