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IS2 The Book of Woodcraft THE LAMENT Adagio, p lost to all to me and you to me and you to me and you Dire fall our ven-geance due on [' i ,^tf|T- j|- li l jii III ~li'il J J_Jr^ those who slew our war-rior true Our war-rior true Our kVl-f J > . .i Q l airj p lijv ^1 ' 'i those who slew our war-rior true Our war-rior true Our war-rior true Music from F. R. Burton's American Primitive Music, by permission. Repeat it many times; as they disappear, the music dies away, fainter and fainter. If no girls take part, let the braves enter in procession, singing, and carry their clubs throughout, and at the end one of them made up like an Indian woman goes out and finds the dead chief. THE CARIBOU DANCE The easiest of our campfire dances to learn, and the best for quick presentation, is the Caribou Dance. I have put it on for public performance, after twenty minutes' re- hearsing, with fellows who never saw it before; and it does equally well for indoor gymnasium or for campfire in the woods.