What does seba mean in Sign of the Beaver?


What does seba mean in The Sign of the Beaver?

Seba in The Sign of the Beaver:

The Sign of the Beaver is an historical children's novel first published in 1983. It is one of the most popular of the books by author Elizabeth George Speare.

Answer and Explanation:

This popular children's narrative tells of young Matt Hallowell, left alone in a cabin in the Maine frontier in the 18th century. He makes friends...

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The Sign of the Beaver: Summary & Author

from English Language Arts for Kids

Chapter 4 / Lesson 14

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