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About The Birchbark House: Chapter 5
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|Flickr||About The Birchbark House: Chapter 5|
|Flickr||By fall, things have begun to change. People come to Deydey's fire to talk about the changes.|
|Flickr||Omakayas and her sister, Angeline, listen very carefully as the men talk.|
|Flickr||The men talk about white people settling on their land. They talk about moving out west.|
|Flickr||Some people, like Angeline, want to go to school to learn the ways of white people.|
|Flickr||Omakayas is worried. She has many questions about all of this talk but she is afraid to ask.|