The clan mother warmed him up and the Mohawk chief was full of emotion. He decided to join Hiawatha. Together they paddled as four nations. Next they had to go to Tadodaho, the evil chief’s lodge to make peace. Tadodaho lived separately from the village. Guards stood by his home. They tried to get them away from the door but the Peacemaker rose his hands discouraging violence. A haunched over figure appeared at the door. Tadodaho was a scary sight. Sickness overwhelmed him. Scales covered his skin, and snakes crawled in his hair. He did not speak he just hissed with his forked tongue slithering out. Soon there was a fight going on. Suddenly a soft hymn was playing. The Peacemaker was making it. The hymn had stopped the fighting. The sky darkened and went black. Tadodaho cursed the sky. The Peacemaker finished and everything went back to normal. Then he told Hiawatha to make medicine for Tadodaho. Hiawatha gathered herbs and roots but he thought why would he help the man who killed his family. But he still put his heart and soul into it. Through this, Hiawatha’s anger disappeared. Tadodaho drunk the medicine and immediately his eyes softened and his breathing eased. He wondered why a man he brought so much pain to would help heal him. The Peacemaker told Tadodaho to continue taking the medicine and they would return to the Mohawk in three days. After those three days they returned to the tribes and a massive group of people followed to see their chief Tadodaho again. Tadodaho’s voice returned but he was still sick. The Peacemaker put a hand on his head and chanted. Tadodaho let out a scream and all of the snakes slithered from his head to the ground. The scales on his body were beginning to disappear. Everybody followed Hiawatha to the white pine. Again Hiawatha spoke for the Peacemaker, ”People of all nations now must come together as one. We will bury our weapons under this tree and plant it again. This will symbolize the end of war.