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Chapter 10: in the swamps. In the swamps. discouraged. a Fat frog. Flint river. a Borrowed canoe While we were making efforts to flank the swamp, the sky was overcast with clouds. It became so dark that we could not see at all, so we were compelled to stop. We felt around in the dark and ran against a large tree
ll all at once we stood on the bank of a broad, smooth-flowing river.
What river is it?
We ransacked our meager knowledge of Georgia geography.
It must be Flint River; and yet if it is, we are not where we thought we were.
We had not been carried as far by rail as we thought.
It was Flint River.
One thing was certain: tFlint River.
One thing was certain: the river lay in our way, and must be crossed; and we thought it best to prepare to cross before dark.
The banks were lined with birch and cane.
We started up stream under cover of this growth, hunting for driftwood to build a raft.
We found a little path, and followed it till it turned down the bank.
There we found an old dug-