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On a Foggy Morning

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This is a camp of a native American tribe (most likely northeast North America, for instance Algonquian or Sioux) at an early fall morning, somewhere in the mountains, at the riverside, long before the arrival of the first European colonists, protected by fog and the campfire in the center.

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