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By Roy Thomas, Steve Kurth, Denis Medri

Hawkeye and his intrepid partners make a bold get away through canoe from the pursuing Huron Indians as their look for the lacking girls, Alice and Cora, take them to the wild nation of Delaware. whereas Alice is freed, issues do not cross so easily for a distraught Cora. Magua needs to pow-wow with the tribal chief difficult center, with Cora's existence within the stability. And with a reputation like demanding middle, you could wager that negotiations will not be effortless.

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