In The Sign of the Beaver, what deal do Matt and Saknis make?

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Matt has been left alone at his family's cabin in the Maine wilderness while his father returns to Massachusetts for his mother, sister and new baby sibling. Saknis, a Native American Indian who has noticed and been watching over Matt, one day saves Matt from drowning in a pond when he jumped when he was overcome by bee stings...

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