Among his hunters was a Delaware Indian who had remained faithful to him.
The night set in, but Buckeye, the Delaware Indian, was missing.
It is among these hills that the Delaware
takes its rise; and flowing from the limpid lakes and thousand springs of this region the numerous sources of the Susquehanna meander through the valleys until, uniting their streams, they form one of the proudest rivers of the United States.
The remnants of the Mohicans, and the Delawares
, of the Creeks, Choctaws, and Cherokees, are destined to fulfil their time on these vast plains.