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6 September, 17:38

I should answer, I should tell you:

'From the forests and the prairies,

From the great lakes of the Northland,

From the land of the Ojibways,

From the land of Dacotahs,

From the mountains, moors, and fenlands,

When the heron, the Shuh-shuh-gah,

Feeds among the reeds and rushes.

I repeat them as I heard them

From the lips of Nawadaha,

The musician, the sweet singer.'

In this excerpt from "The Song of Hiawatha," what important connection does Henry Wadsworth Longfellow establish in this introduction?

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  1. 6 September, 19:14
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    He demonstrates why Hiawatha was so important to his tribe
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